420 Magazine's Official Girl Scout Cookies Comparative Grow By Dean's Greens

BakedARea

Photo of the Month: Oct 2021, Feb 2022 - Photo of the Year: 2021 - Member of the Month: Jan 2022

Schnookie

Well-Known Member
Yes, hate when that happens. Grasshoppers are agressive eaters. My problem is stink bugs. They hitch a ride in.... don't eat much, but can muck up a great smelling room in a heartbeat!
Good luck in your grow! :high-five:
My cat loves to eat the leaves!

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Furcifer

Plant of the Month: Sept 2021
Nice looking ladies, and not much variation in them. :thumb:
How long before a transplant, or will they go outside from dixi cups?
You are doing a ground planting? Or pots?
Any companion plants, netting, preventive insecticides?
Just curious! :hmmmm:

By the way. If I haven't said it yet....I YOUR GROW/PREP ROOM!
 

Fuzzy Duck

Well-Known Member
Ye the last round pic of pics aprox 5 weeks of veg looks good to me & should provide insight to other methods of training as well.
 

Dean's Greens

Well Known Member
Nice looking ladies, and not much variation in them. :thumb:
How long before a transplant, or will they go outside from dixi cups?
You are doing a ground planting? Or pots?
Any companion plants, netting, preventive insecticides?
Just curious! :hmmmm:

By the way. If I haven't said it yet....I YOUR GROW/PREP ROOM!
The ladies are in one gallons now, will be up potted to 3 gallons then planted in raised beds. No companion plants. I use white trellis, I always spray neem before they are planted then sulfur a weeks after they are planted. Thanks on the grow room, I spent many nights sitting in the room a little buzzed designing it.
 

Dean's Greens

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Stunger

Grow Journal of the Month: May 2021, March 2022 - Plant of the Month: May 2021
I always spray neem before they are planted then sulfur a weeks after they are planted.
Looking very nice Dean. And as had been noted by others, you have a great grow space, I am tall and it's great not having to duck to enter! :laugh:

What form of sulfur you are using to treat your plants, and how often, is it a spray or something to put on the soil top layer, what are you targeting with it? My soil gets some sulfur from having Gypsum as one of my amendments.
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019, June 2022 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020, Aug 2021, June 2022
:woohoo: Thank you for providing an 8 week window into my future! Your plants are looking great!
 

Dean's Greens

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