420 Magazine Background

First Grow

BudGeek1257

Member
Update

ABF355A0-AC42-4270-9FDA-54F989F01AA3.jpeg


7396A360-C4C2-4D6B-93CC-4124C3CB4579.jpeg


AEFF3E2C-8531-4FE0-8775-24AE337FB0B5.jpeg


5CCE87A9-C998-479C-A123-DE4DE3AD302B.jpeg


0906CCB3-DEA8-45DD-B46C-7FB074B55592.jpeg


C71D018F-958B-42B7-9058-AEDD8A4C40B0.jpeg


F789CB72-7A2C-4F9D-8E4C-F54153481F40.jpeg


25999EDB-0269-47CE-AD49-DAB0CEB769F7.jpeg


E3996092-9791-4C47-98FB-85B1BF3A995E.jpeg


1155D6BC-1835-4346-AA94-B82691E03335.jpeg
 

Krissi1982

Well-Known Member
I believe I’ve gotten all the rotten bud out. Tried to clean out all “webs”. This is pretty upsetting considering they have really taken off this last week and are beginning to become really dense. She’s done great so far with dealing with pests and weather conditions. She’s really been thriving these last couple weeks.
Unfortunate to lose any of her but grateful you still have her! I am so scared of growing outdoors for all the uncontrollables-all about monitoring like you do and being quick to react and remedy, which you are. Happy growing, check back and see her later.
 

GrowNMo

Active Member
if your plant is in a pot, i purchased some gardening mesh that had a drawstring to tighten/cinch up. the gardening mesh was about 40" and served my purpose, keeping larvae and caterpillars off in the evening. i even cut out some gardening wire mesh for the bottom of the stem. I cut a slice in it to allow room for the stem to expand in the event something was in the soil and trying to come up. it helped me cut down pests eating the leaves.
 

BudGeek1257

Member
Thanks for all the reply’s. Glad to see help. She’s doing great and really putting on some weight now. I bagged her up for the night. Supposed to have a tropical storm tonight and into the next couple days. Don’t want her getting pounded with water. Also stabilized her with some metal frames in hopes of supporting her during the storm.
On another note, I have ordered 13 seeds and plan on doing an indoor grow with them. I’ll be making a new journal for them “Queen sherbert fem auto, blue cheese fem auto, and lemon auto”
 

Krissi1982

Well-Known Member
Yeah most def excited. Thanks for the compliments. And ah ok, might have to check out your page and see what your working with!!
I think the bud community is the best community for compliments and constructive criticism that is actually taken well and heeded....feel free. I've got Blue Cheese, Blueberry, AK-47, and Bubblegum auto and a G-13 photo pheno going in one tent and a 12 week Amnesia photo pheno and an IDK photo pheno Inidca (I was given that seed-she is a fun story to watch) I'll be checking on you and your girls!
 

BudGeek1257

Member
I think the bud community is the best community for compliments and constructive criticism that is actually taken well and heeded....feel free. I've got Blue Cheese, Blueberry, AK-47, and Bubblegum auto and a G-13 photo pheno going in one tent and a 12 week Amnesia photo pheno and an IDK photo pheno Inidca (I was given that seed-she is a fun story to watch) I'll be checking on you and your girls!
Well I don’t know much about it. Enough to get me by lol. I just Ike to see the other grows and familiarize myself with potential problems that I may have to deal with ‍♂️
 

Krissi1982

Well-Known Member
Well I don’t know much about it. Enough to get me by lol. I just Ike to see the other grows and familiarize myself with potential problems that I may have to deal with ‍♂️
This is the best place for that. That's all I do. This is my now 3rd set of grows. Just harvested 2 plants about month ago or so. I look up curing and trimming tips cause I know each time I'll get a better product. Im like you, I want to know warning signs, I grow to grow weed obviously, but I grow because I like to grow. They are beautiful, I hate to see ones that are all light burned, even lol but regardless, this is where to go for all that info you want.
 

BudGeek1257

Member
Plant has come down as of yesterday. Losing too much of her at extreme rates. Nothing has worked on these worms from neem oil the the triazicide. Based on size and trichomones translucency, I’d say they were maybe a week or 2 short of full term.

6D2CB1B3-BB83-4946-8B88-8435CACA2A7C.jpeg


CBFCA7EC-911E-450F-B619-7E1BDF6F6035.jpeg
 

sp4z205

Active Member
Now you know what sort of pests you'll deal with in your area.

Next time you can be preventative/proactive instead of reactive with them.

A lot of folks here can give great guidance on what processes work for each kind of pest, I believe a few can be included in feed regiments which helps prevents a lot but I could be mistaken.
 

BudGeek1257

Member
Plant has come down as of yesterday. Losing too much of her at extreme rates. Nothing has worked on these worms from neem oil the the triazicide. Based on size and trichomones translucency, I’d say they were maybe a week or 2 short of full term.

C7E2E524-A587-4E26-9CA8-BCCAD82127FB.jpeg


83CB79D8-EDF7-4181-9C68-1BC2E16A1C3F.jpeg
 
Top Bottom