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How to Grow Autoflowering Seeds: Week by Week Guide

In this video, you will learn how to grow autoflowering strains in a controlled environment, week by week.

There are a few steps to optimize your growing, and with this guide, you will follow step by step.

Expert breeders from Royal Queen Seeds cultivated indoors our Green Gelato Automatic. This video covers the evolution of the plant, week by week. You will learn how to water and feed with the Easy Boost nutrients (also developed by Royal Queen Seeds), how to automate the indoor environment, how the plant grows, the slight change in leaves, structure, and buds, and finally, the harvest.

Growing Autoflowering cannabis is not complicated, however, it can be challenging. Even though no change in the light cycle is required, autoflower cannabis seeds also request some special treatment.

Autoflowering varieties grow fast and sturdy. It is important to know which amount of nutrients and when to feed them in a proper way, in order to maximize the harvest.

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00:00 Introduction
00:16 How long do autoflowers take from seed to harvest?
00:28 What is the light schedule for autoflowering strains?
00:49 Week 1 – Germinating and Early Seedling Stage
01:38 Week 2 – Late Seedling Stage
01:57 Week 3 – Vegetation Well Underway
02:24 Week 4 – Late Vegetation Phase
02:54 Week 5 – Flowering Phase
03:49 Week 6 – Things start to smell
04:23 Week 7 – Routine Check
04:55 Week 8 – Flush and Defoliate
05:29 Week 9 – The Finish Line Approaches
05:50 Week 10 – Harvest Time

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