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  1. #7876
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    Grew allot in a week
    I tore out.my tomato plant that was at the end
    It was doing too good and sapping energy and light from my gelato#33
    I transplanted the.G33 into the.tomatos spot

  2. #7877
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    Filling out quite well!
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  3. #7878
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    Ahhh, was throwing out an old desktop Compaq yesterday after grabbing the hard drives and found a bottle of last fall's lemon durban kush stashed in there. It was one of the only plants not wiped out by the five fingers of pestilence I experienced for my last crop. Haven't even planted again due to the level of infestation that compromised my indoor room.

    Lookin good, 3s. I'm actually taking in some outdoor plants from the neighbor this week. Volunteers that popped up after I gave him some homogenized strain plants that got pollinated. They'll be fine, just carrying an additional homogenized genetic now. Prolly will have some lemon durban kush crossed with grape ape, some star strains and god knows whatall.

  4. #7879
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    7.11.2020
    I think ill put in an additional screen at at the height of the sides will prolly need that to be in this weekClick image for larger version. 

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  5. #7880
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    Took in some plants. Puppy ate one in the am. Reprimand. Ate one in the PM. He got schooled to a much greater degree and is now butthurt. I got a few more coming as soon as I think he learned.

  6. #7881
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    Known cats to munch on plants in the window box but not dogs.
    Sorry for your loss.
    Maybe, if the plants are just leaves now, spray them with some Dog-Gone?
    You wouldn't be using that part of the plant anyway, I hope.
    Might condition the pup to not chew on them without the physical butt hurt.

  7. #7882
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    Butthurt is not a physical condition.
    Dog is smart. He understands now.
    He's been with me almost exclusively for six months.
    As a typical emotionally dependent Great Pyreenees, he knows when I'm mad at him.

  8. #7883
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    The gelato#33 that i transplanted late is coming around nicely
    It took a while to get it sorted out
    Due to less then full leaf canopy
    Root zone temps in this area of the raised bed were a little high for proper root propagation
    I started using mylar covered bubble wrap as a mulch during the heat of the day


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  9. #7884
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    07.28.2020
    Starting to see presexing
    They are getting beasty
    Hip high
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    Even the runt thats a month behind is looking good


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  10. #7885
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    Looking good 3s.
    So there are some potential boys in there? If so, will give you a chance to open the canopy some more. Still plenty of time for the girls to get bushy

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  11. #7886
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Looking good 3s.
    So there are some potential boys in there? If so, will give you a chance to open the canopy some more. Still plenty of time for the girls to get bushy

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    The only one that appears to have balls is the small gelato#33 on the end
    My first outdoor grow so i dont want to mess with them much since they seem to be stretching
    Im done with supercropping and LST
    I prolly have 75 colas on the 3 ill keepp
    Im excited to just watch them do their thing
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  12. #7887
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    Pot sales poised to slump without $600 checks.

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  13. #7888
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s View Post
    The only one that appears to have balls is the small gelato#33 on the end
    My first outdoor grow so i dont want to mess with them much since they seem to be stretching
    Im done with supercropping and LST
    I prolly have 75 colas on the 3 ill keepp
    Im excited to just watch them do their thing
    You're keeping the male?!

  14. #7889
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    Picking and trimming.

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  15. #7890
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    I'm back up to six plants now. Got some Chocolate Thai that crossed into my homgenous mix and it's coming out dominant, which is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    You're keeping the male?!
    Not

  17. #7892
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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    I'm back up to six plants now. Got some Chocolate Thai that crossed into my homgenous mix and it's coming out dominant, which is cool.
    Got any of that tied stick, man?

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    I think its too late to top the dominant shoots

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    chocolate thai?.........havnt even heard that name in decades and even then only ever saw it in nyc bitd. good on ya splat!.......im not a fan of all these hybrid bullshit strains and am all about the old school landrace strains and am stoked to see them coming back into favor

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimpy View Post
    chocolate thai?.........havnt even heard that name in decades and even then only ever saw it in nyc bitd. good on ya splat!.......im not a fan of all these hybrid bullshit strains and am all about the old school landrace strains and am stoked to see them coming back into favor
    If you're ever up in Washington, keep an eye out for Kiona products. Not the dankest of the dank, but nicely grown, cured and trimmed, and they have some really cool old school genetics.
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  21. #7896
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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    I'm back up to six plants now. Got some Chocolate Thai that crossed into my homgenous mix and it's coming out dominant, which is cool.
    Land races are cool, but watch for them going hermaphrodite on you. I got a bunch of seeds of original Thai (or so he said) from a friend who got them in SE Asia. Would always get a couple of male flowers on an otherwise female plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Land races are cool, but watch for them going hermaphrodite on you. I got a bunch of seeds of original Thai (or so he said) from a friend who got them in SE Asia. Would always get a couple of male flowers on an otherwise female plant.
    That happens to lots of things in Thailand apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    That happens to lots of things in Thailand apparently.
    I laughed

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    That happens to lots of things in Thailand apparently.
    There's always that.....
    Speaking of landrace, I was getting absolutely killer gooey panama red back in the day that was comparable to hawaiian. I been thinking about finding some of that panama.
    Saw some 90 day to harvest auto seeds from a seed bank for sale the other day. Guerrilla cream, I believe. I get torn in a million directions when it comes to deciding what to grow.
    Noticed the shorter days lately and the outdoors weed around here is just starting to go to flower.

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