And some knowledge of auto flower ripening.
Yup, yup. It’s that time again, fellow auto flower fans. The 3/4 blind farmer is trying to evaluate his crop.
This single blueberry auto is celebrating day seventy since sprouting. FFOF with the FF liquid nutes, and a SF1000 LED light, 18/6 all the way.
What I can see are some earlier sunburned leaves, otherwise a bit of a tric. glaze seems to be coating the sugar leaves, but the pistils appear to be still growing, little to no amber anywhere.
What I can’t see is well enough to even set up the cheapo digital microscope to attempt to see trics.
What I’m hoping for is an assessment of this plant, as if you were describing it to a grower over the phone. I don’t want to waste potential yield because I can’t see when to flush or cut off water and light prior to harvest.
Any assistance is greatly appreciated.