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Teddy Edwards

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Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun;
Conspiring with him how to load and bless
With fruit the vines that round the thatch-eves run.


Genetics by Dope Seeds.

Soil, nettle and comfrey tea, silica tea, kelp spray and calcium phosphate by Mr Teddy.

Climate by The Mediterranean.













 

SweetSue

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I feel deliciously priveledged to get an invite to your gardens. Oh gosh Teddy.....how beautiful!

I didn’t realize how much I’d missed it. :5::5::5:
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: Mar 2018 - Photo of the Month: Apr, Dec 2018, Apr, Sept 2019, Feb 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Nov 2020 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2021
Gee, this is a nice thread! Found it doing a search for “Dope Seeds”. They look great Teddy :D I’m thinking of running their Critical Mass Outdoors this summer so was looking for others growing out some of their genetics. Looks the goods :yummy:

:Namaste:
 

Bilbobudkin420

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Ah....what the hell. Here's a few from today.

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Daaaaamn Doc. Your kit create that frost or your light?. Or just the magic Doc touch
 

SweetSue

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Teddy Edwards

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@Amy Gardner
I’m thinking of running their Critical Mass Outdoors this summer so was looking for others growing out some of their genetics. Looks the goods
Highly recommended.
Loved the climate and the organic nutes. Filled 30 gallon pots and proceeded to root themselves into the ground. Minimum rot and for some reason the caterpillars left them alone. Only downside was they took their time finishing, however that was fine in the strange, warm October we had. Too much and too big to weigh, however each of the main colas was over 2lb wet. Drying now.

Dope Seeds. :cheer:
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: Mar 2018 - Photo of the Month: Apr, Dec 2018, Apr, Sept 2019, Feb 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Nov 2020 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2021
@Amy Gardner

Highly recommended.
Loved the climate and the organic nutes. Filled 30 gallon pots and proceeded to root themselves into the ground. Minimum rot and for some reason the caterpillars left them alone. Only downside was they took their time finishing, however that was fine in the strange, warm October we had. Too much and too big to weigh, however each of the main colas was over 2lb wet. Drying now.

Dope Seeds. :cheer:
Awesome! Thanks Teddy. I’m definitely running it this summer.
Did you get any pics :D?
 

Teddy Edwards

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Mr Teddy's Fragrant Garden :ciao:

Date: Mid August
Location: Nestling in green no-where

I am running a test for sponsor, @Vulx. Full and formal review after harvest. Currently however, not looking too shabby at all.

Seeds from my highly recommended, go-to breeder and seed bank, Dope Seeds. These are all their own genetics - White Widow, OG Kush and Kalashnikov. Plus a handful (headful?) of Jack Herer.

Soil is Mr Teddy's own mix.

Nutrients are all home made: Nettle and Comfrey tea, Horsetail Fern tea and @Emilya's CalMag from eggshells at the ready, although not required so far this year. Plus a treat for them all - a weekly spray of my own Kelp tea.

And here is a quick, side-by-side preview of Vulx at work. Two White Widows. On the left, with Vulx, on the right, without.

May your God go with you. :circle-of-love:
 
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Lerugged

Plant of the Month: May 2019 - Photo of the Month: June 2019 - Plant of the Month: May 2020
Mr Teddy's Fragrant Garden :ciao:

Date: Mid August
Location: Nestling in green no-where

I am running a test for sponsor, @Vulx. Full and formal review after harvest. Currently however, not looking too shabby at all.

Seeds from my highly recommended, go-to breeder and seed bank, Dope Seeds. These are all their own genetics - White Widow, OG Kush and Kalashnikov. Plus a handful (headful?) of Jack Herer.

Soil is Mr Teddy's own mix.

Nutrients are all home made: Nettle and Comfrey tea, Horsetail Fern tea and @Emilya's CalMag from eggshells at the ready, although not required so far this year. Plus a treat for them all - a weekly spray of my own Kelp tea.

And here is a quick, side-by-side preview of Vulx at work. Two White Widows. On the left, with Vulx, on the right, without.

May your God go with you. :circle-of-love:
Ahh man Teddy your garden is top class. Sheesh I can't wait for spring.
 
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