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Is this an auto flower by mistake?

Hi all, I recently started a green crack feminized (Canuck seeds), when I ordered it came with a free auto seed in separate packaging. Does this look like an auto to anyone? It was supposed to be the Green Crack ,I’ve never grown an auto but it looks like one to me as it is quite short with a lot of new growth branching from the nodes. After germinating however I accidentally bumped over the pot of coco she was in . I managed to quickly replanted seed and she sprouted (which seemed to take a long time) could this have stunted the plant? Or is it possible the seeds came mislabeled.

Strain-supposed to be GreenCrack(Canuck)
Vege- 4 to 5 weeks from sprouting
Coco
Mix of t5 and a cheap LED Dual spectrum
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MassMedMan

Member of the Month: July 2015
It's not possible to look at a plant and tell those kinds of things. It could be the runt of the litter.

When/if you get a chance to pop a lot of seeds of the same strain at once u'll see this happens.

Only way to know what's up is to grow it out. Good luck. I like short plants with tight nodes...

She looks healthy, but at that size and vigor she's going to grow out of that can soon. Just my two cents.
 
Cheers,thanks for the reply’s I’ve only successfully grown a couple different strains and I’ve yet to see a plant with tight nodes, so low and with new foliage vigorously growing from them. I guess I’ll have to wait and see. I was hoping to pull a clone and send it straight to flower as I’m trying to find a couple strains I like to keep mothers of, so hopefully she’s not an auto.
If this was an auto any idea on when it would start to flower? And thanks I will definitely re pot right away
 

MassMedMan

Member of the Month: July 2015
No worries. There is definitely value in a short vigorous plant. So, you've got a good thing there if you ask me. When I'm searching for keepers that's a trait I want. I like to grow bushes rather than trees. It's all good there it's just going to take some time to get cuts from it.

Im not current on autos like I have been. Back when I grew them regularly, I'd notice signs of flowering anywhere from 10 to 20 days. Then, it's a race to the finish.

Good luck. You may have a good Mom right there..... :yahoo:
 

scrogster

Well-Known Member
Nice looking plant start a journal if you don't have 1 already . I have those seeds from canuck seed bank among all the other seeds in my collection. Want to see what she can produce. :48::lot-o-toke::Namaste:
 
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