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FelipeBlu’s Outdoor Hempy Photos & Autos 2020

FelipeBlu

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Even if both BeBos are female, I think I’ll only put one in a 30 gallon hempy tub. Then I can see how big it can get this year. Not sure my wife is going to go for two huge shrubs in the backyard. From looking at other hempy grows on the web, I already know that they can pretty big in a 5 gallon bucket. And I won’t be drilling holes in both tubs - in case I want to do ebb and flow again.
 
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FelipeBlu

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Well, not a mainline this time. I started both on a sexline (like a quadline, but kept nodes 2 thru 4 instead of just 3 & 4). But the large rectangular tub will certainly allow me to continue training to a flattish canopy.
 

FelipeBlu

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You’re right. They probably only got an average DLI of around 12 each of the past three days, and yet they seemed to continue growing at a breakneck pace. They are unstoppable at this point.

My autos, on the other hand...:rolleyes:
 

FelipeBlu

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This is what we’re talking about. A 30-gallon hempy pot.
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A 1/2” diameter hole (with the bottom) at 2-1/4” above the bottom of the tub provides a reservoir of about 2-3/4 gallons.

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That should keep me from having to fertigate more than once a day during flowering, lol.

Meanwhile, it’s a beautiful sunny Saturday, with rain forecast tomorrow morning, so the kids are soaking it up.

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Some purple color continues to appear in the youngest apical tips of the Bebos
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I hope you’re having a sunny day!
Stay safe!
 

BTzGrow

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Looking awesome. I'm feeling that once you have your perlite in there it won't hold 2gallons quite. Then again with a plant that big it's going to be ve3ry hungry for sure. They are turning into monsters already. How's the bugs?
 

FelipeBlu

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Not too bad..yet. The GLGA seems to be the recipient of most of the the bugs’ interest. The Bebos don’t seem to get munched much. Could be that pungency they started exuding a couple of weeks ago.

Since I’m around all the time, the plants are getting a lot of attention :p. I hit the underside of the leaves every few days with a fine spray from the hose attachment, and that knocks most of the living and eggs off.

Only used spinosad once early on to get the jump on the fng thrips. The aphids, white flies, and leaf hoppers seem to be getting a late start this year.
:rolleyes: The mites will come out later in the summer, when it dries out.
 
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MrSauga

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I envy the sun that you are getting, which is a lot more than us. I forget what shadows look like ;)
Plants look great Felipe and should be interesting to see how the tote works for the feeding frenzies.
 

Amy Gardner

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FelipeBlu

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The auto Kryptonite that I dropped looks like it’s feeling better.
Day 11

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It had a nice root system started. Didn’t see any get snapped off, so hoping it wasn’t traumatic enough to stunt.

And the other two auto Kryptonites are finally coming up
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Really have to zoom in to see the second one lol
 

Magnus8

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The auto Kryptonite that I dropped looks like it’s feeling better.
Day 11

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It had a nice root system started. Didn’t see any get snapped off, so hoping it wasn’t traumatic enough to stunt.

And the other two auto Kryptonites are finally coming up
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Really have to zoom in to see the second one lol
Sorry for the uninformed question but will you be growing your autos outside?

I'm going to try growing autos outside this summer in my big 3.5 x 3.5 x 3 foot planters. I e got six of them and had planned on planting two per planter. Trust me, there's room enough. At least I think there is. Traditionally I have grown photos in these but they always get way too big for me yo cover myself. Niw that my wife had left I'm left to either cover them myself or to grow autos that dont need to be covered. I know that autos are pretty finicky but I chose a strain that give apparently high yields outside and which finish in 50 - 60 days. Good thing too because they havent arrived from the seed store. But if they come next week I should still have time to finish them off before September rolls around.

So I'm very curious to watch another outside auto grow - even if it is in hempy.

:laugh:

:rolleyes:

No, I grow in super soil because of the ease of it. Nothing simpler than mixing up your soil and then not even having to worry about pH. My kinda world. I'm even going to try growing indoors in super soil very soon. But I am interested in hempy. I have only recently even heard of it.

So very much looking forward to this grow you've got growing on here. Cant wait to learn bunches and chiming in when I know something...

All my best,
~Magnus
 

FelipeBlu

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Sorry for the uninformed question but will you be growing your autos outside?

I'm going to try growing autos outside this summer in my big 3.5 x 3.5 x 3 foot planters. I e got six of them and had planned on planting two per planter. Trust me, there's room enough. At least I think there is. Traditionally I have grown photos in these but they always get way too big for me yo cover myself. Niw that my wife had left I'm left to either cover them myself or to grow autos that dont need to be covered. I know that autos are pretty finicky but I chose a strain that give apparently high yields outside and which finish in 50 - 60 days. Good thing too because they havent arrived from the seed store. But if they come next week I should still have time to finish them off before September rolls around.

So I'm very curious to watch another outside auto grow - even if it is in hempy.

:laugh:

:rolleyes:

No, I grow in super soil because of the ease of it. Nothing simpler than mixing up your soil and then not even having to worry about pH. My kinda world. I'm even going to try growing indoors in super soil very soon. But I am interested in hempy. I have only recently even heard of it.

So very much looking forward to this grow you've got growing on here. Cant wait to learn bunches and chiming in when I know something...

All my best,
~Magnus
Yep, they’re all going to be outside. Glad to have ya along. Sorry to hear about the wife.
 

MrSauga

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Go babies!!! I love the names they come up with. Kryptonite. I haven't seen that one yet so I'm looking forward to it.
 

FelipeBlu

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It’s from Pyramid:

Auto Kryptonite by Pyramid Seeds is possibly the fastest Sativa that you can grow today. This easy autoflower develops some sizeable buds in no time, eager to reward with some great-tasting Haze flavour and a very potent smoke. This all-around fantastic autoflowering Sativa is more than-worthwhile to grow and should be high on the list of every Sativa lover!

Pyramid Seeds goal to create a powerful yet easy to grow plant turned out spectacularly successful with their new Auto Kryptonite. This cross between several select phenotypes from strains that grow under the sun in the mountains of Granada with a Yumbolt, another excellent cannabis variety, resulted in a very potent plant that can satisfy on many levels.

With an average height of 60-160cm, Auto Kryptonite will normally still stay at a manageable size when you grow her. Maybe she won’t exactly impress with her stature, but then she’ll grow some really heavy and very compact buds that will absolutely delight the grower. Seeing that Auto Kryptonite is an autoflower you won’t have to worry much once you planted your seeds. Just give her 20hrs of light and some nutrients and she will reward with a good up-to 550g/m² when you grow her indoors. Outdoors, when everything is right, she can yield as much as 100g of some fine premium Sativa bud. Her flowering time is a super-short 65 days which makes her one of the fastest, if not the fastest Sativa you can grow.

When you smoke Auto Kryptonite you will note a typical Haze flavour which makes for a very satisfying smoking experience. With 17% of THC in her smoke she can deliver a very powerful and long-lasting high that is cerebral and energetic but also relaxing as you’d expect from a first-class Sativa.

Auto Kryptonite by Pyramid Seeds shines with super-fast growth, good yields, a superb Haze flavour and good potency. Rest assured she won’t disappoint when you grow her!


This is the one I grew indoors in ‘18. 81 days sprout to harvest - 2.45 oz. Nice sativa. Great haze character.
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