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The Auto Supernova Side Challenge - Rules, Information, & Questions

JordanJ
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We will have two side challenges for the SAFC this year! The first is the Auto Supernova Challenge. The idea behind this challenge is to grow the largest auto flower that takes up as much room in your grow space as possible!

-The goal is to grow the largest auto that you can!

-Auto flowers only for this challenge, no photoperiods!

-Any training method is allowed

There will be a special prize for the winner of the Auto Supernova Challenge! To enter this side challenge, you will need to register for the SAFC, indicate that you would like to participate in the Auto Supernova Challenge, and keep a grow journal documenting your main grow as well as your Auto Supernova plant. You can create a separate journal for your Auto Supernova plant or keep it as a part of your main journal; it’s up to you how you’d like to organize and record your progress during the SAFC!

If you’ve already registered for the SAFC and want to sign-up for the side Challenge, you can edit your grow box design on your grow journal to include the Auto Supernova Challenge at any time. The system will automatically update your grow box design to include which side challenges you are participating in.

The group leaders will be in charge of following all the grow journals in their group and nominating growers for each side challenge. From those nominees, the Steering Committee will vote to determine who the winners will be at the end of the SAFC!

Please feel free to post comments or questions below!

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Posted : 04/12/2021 1:36 pm CrackBabies and smotpoker liked

Exciting!!!  Looks like a lot of planning went into this.  This will be great fun!

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Posted : 04/15/2021 2:51 pm smotpoker, JordanJ and Choo liked

I like this one 😁

Hey jordanj is it possible to run safc only with supernova challenge main journal. Or do I have to run a main grow in a group?

Thks

 

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Posted : 04/16/2021 2:23 pm
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