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  1. #9326
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    Tomatos like the same type of parameters
    (Heavy feeders) (like lots of support)
    I grew some in the old day but practiced with tomatos for years

  2. #9327
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    Retirement will be in such a location as to use my practice seasons here in conjunction with my forestry degree with plant science emphasis.
    Until then I live through you fine folk and your generous pictures.

  3. #9328
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    Herb is definitely more funner than tomatos.
    I learned my first outdoor season not to put the 2 into the same bed
    The tomatos were going off the hook and started crowding out my bagseed plants
    My head said to myself that
    A. I don't like tomatos that much
    The 2 plants came out in about 5 seconds
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    2' wide in long dimension
    Very lightweight
    Lattice material I needed to modify since the openings were kinda small. Really tough stuff and also kinda rigid

    I'm just going to put between 2 3'bamboo stakes
    <can't edit the Lattice material in>
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  4. #9329
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    22" wide actually
    IM HAVING TROUBLE WITH pics!
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  5. #9330
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    27 days after bringing these girls home
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    @berko - how much did your Larry OG stretch in bloom?

    Was planning on a six week veg, but now I'm sorta thinking I better switch to bloom soon.

  6. #9331
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    TBS, its been a while, but the only specific memories I have from the Larry OG and gdp plants we have grown are giant fan leaves. I dont think either was a big stretcher.

    Agree on flipping sooner

  7. #9332
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    TBS are you have the ability to raise you LED array? Looks like you are getting some amazing veg cycle Click image for larger version. 

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    First trellis in place .this is my white runtz

  8. #9333
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    Spent a couple weeks on a sailboat in the BVI recently and did quite a bit of partying... and I gotta say, I kinda appreciated the weed you could smoke a bunch of casually and not be completely incapacitated.

  9. #9334
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    Bud Lite?
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

    "Happiest years of my life were earning < $8.00 and hour, collecting unemployment every spring and fall, no car, no debt and no responsibilities. 1984-1990 Park City UT"

  10. #9335
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    Session weed

  11. #9336
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    Free weed

  12. #9337
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    My father's day gift will be my first venture in to growing some weed. My dogs were extremely curious, so it went up high immediately.

  13. #9338
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s View Post
    TBS are you have the ability to raise you LED array? Looks like you are getting some amazing veg cycle
    Yup light is on ratchet pulleys. I have another 2+ feet of headroom but have never come close to that height. I keep the light about 4” off the canopy to maintain tight node spacing.

    Switching the timer to 12/12 tonight.

  14. #9339
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Yup light is on ratchet pulleys. I have another 2+ feet of headroom but have never come close to that height. I keep the light about 4” off the canopy to maintain tight node spacing.

    Switching the timer to 12/12 tonight.
    Should be fun to watch
    I'm trying to fill this space
    Maybe another trellis before july1
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    Testing my light diffuser fit
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  15. #9340
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    They are psyched to be around and thru the trellis
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  16. #9341
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    They’re filling out that space nicely. They will stretch some in bloom

  17. #9342
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    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

  18. #9343
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    Ive grown outdoor in this same spot before once before with bagseed
    These clones are next level growth rate and terpene
    Skunk city right now
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    They are almost 2' tall not counting the lateral
    I need to keep them under 6'
    I think they will be vegging thru July

  19. #9344
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    You will be vegging until mid-August. There’s still 14 hrs of sunlight on 8/15 @45*N. It takes minimum 10hrs of continuous darkness to induce bloom

  20. #9345
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    I'm going steady with the LST and I'm feeding 50% diluted nutes about every 3rd day
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  21. #9346
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    Grasshoppers, arghh! First time outdoor grower here. What can I do about grasshoppers? The only product the local garden shop has is pretty toxic, don't want to do that. Thought about draping some mesh of some sort over the tomato cages, but the mesh I could find is not fine enough to keep the little bastards out. Any good tips?
    Sawatch is French for scratchy.

  22. #9347
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    Have you tried Neem oil?

    Or a spray of diatomaceous earth?

    A spray of water/garlic might work too. Works with aphids

  23. #9348
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    Did a light foliar neem application last evening @7pm
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  24. #9349
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    Quote Originally Posted by natebob View Post
    Grasshoppers, arghh! First time outdoor grower here. What can I do about grasshoppers? The only product the local garden shop has is pretty toxic, don't want to do that. Thought about draping some mesh of some sort over the tomato cages, but the mesh I could find is not fine enough to keep the little bastards out. Any good tips?
    https://www.arbico-organics.com/prod...hoCV4gQAvD_BwE


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  25. #9350
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s View Post
    Did a light foliar neem application last evening @7pm
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    Try a 4”x4” trellis. There are a bunch of nylon style ones on Amazon. The small squares suck to get untangled for harvest.

    Also try that link I just posted up above. That’s way better then neem, doesn’t smell, all natural organic, and can be used in flower with no harm. Weekly IPM is the way to go with it.


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