superdang9000 asked May 17, 2017 1:28 PM in Seeds and Plants Subscribe
Outdoor Autoflower transplanting

This will be my first run with autoflowers, and I'll be building a greenhouse for them, along with my veggies.  I have a couple raised beds dedicated to them, but I'm curious about transplanting methods for autoflowers.  I've read it's best not to shock them too much but I also don't want to throw the seeds directly into the huge beds.  Any tips here?


One thought I had is to use coco fiber pots initially, and plant those into the beds when they've matured a bit.

superdang9000 answered May 17, 2017 1:29 PM

Oh, and they are feminized seeds so I shouldn't have to worry about culling males.

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Masta_Che answered May 17, 2017 1:56 PM

I suggest when u transplant them, do it when it is dark that way they have plenty of time to rest and resist them, also add mykos to the bottom bedding along with what ever fertilizer u are going to use, just a little bit, and silica with epsom salt along with the nutes so it can grow strong and resist bugs more,and of molasses for every gallon to build up buds when ready to flower,

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ShulNick answered May 24, 2017 8:49 AM

For autoflowers better without transpantation. 

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