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So, to start growing autoflowers in soil you'll need: Good quality autoflowering Seeds Potting soil containing equal proportions of peat moss or coco peat/coir, compost, perlite, vermiculite (optional), or a commercial potting mix Use fabric pots containers that are at least 12 Liters. Tips for growing autoflowers outdoors: Dig into the soil a few feet deep. Turn the soil over, and then continue digging. This will aerate the soil. Shared with us from an anonymous blog follower look at those colas. Very successful for a first time indoor grow. Love seeing progress from others and exchanging information.

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Start adding your soil/perlite mixture into the pot. Don´t compress it, just tap the pot to ensure no air pockets. We want the soil to be light and airy to allow the roots to move easily through it. Fill to around 1 cm below the lip of the pot, and repeat as necessary. #420 #smokeweed #smoke #cannabisculture #weedphotography #weedculture #weedstagram420 #hightimes #maryjane #ganja #marijuana #weedlove #cannabis #kush #stoner #womeninweed #thc #highlife #instaweed #weedgram #weedgirls #cannabiscommunity #weedstagram Sow your seed directly into its final pot to avoid the stress of repotting later down the line. Transplanting causes plants to go into shock, and autoflowers grow so fast that they'll struggle to recover. Place a seed in the hole and cover lightly with soil. You'll see your seedling emerge in the next few days.

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