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Greenhouse Girls: Gelato, Super Skunk, Blueberry 420 & An Afghani

Bush Doctor 77

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Got all my girls in the dirt in the greenhouse. Pix in order: Gelato(a month younger than others, and went into the ground today) BB 420, S. Skunk, Afghani.

Soil: very, very sandy loam, augmented with peat, aged chicken manure, used Sunshine #4 from grows, and organic fertilizer from Wally World. The Last 3 have been in the ground for 3 cold, damp weeks. 2 year crop rotation. The larger plants are buried 6 inches deeper than when in the pot. I think this helps prevent drying out?? I love how greenhouse plants follow the sun when they are thriving. The condition of the fertilizer bag shows what cats thought of it when I left it on the porch.

Gelato seeds feminized from Crop King, 100% germinated and grew into female, 4 planted, 2 phenos, very short Indica type, and what is more a hybrid looking.

Others were normal seeds from Amsterdam Seed Company. Germination only 70%, 30 seeds planted and the more Indica phenos are in the greenhouse. Nicest extra males and females in pollination now. 3 BB 420 and one S Skunk in flower under 1000w HPS and I will have a taste around July 15th.
 

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irie lion

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Nice greenhouse Bush Doctor, i'm looking forward to see how the girls do in there! :ganjamon:
 

irie lion

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Awesome buds Bush Doc! Looks like some great smoke :ganjamon:
 

Bush Doctor 77

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Just gave them a bath. In order of pix Gelato, Blueberry 420, Super Skunk, Afghani. The Afghani is diggin' on the warm days.
 

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irie lion

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Gonna be some big girls
 

Bush Doctor 77

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Better pix. My girls are greeting the sun in the morning. The T-posts indicate optimism on my part!
 

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irie lion

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Beautiful plants Doc! They seem to be in perfect health :meatballs::bravo: Nice indica girl on the first pic, what strain is she? You’ve got a good variety to play with :48::ganjamon:
 

Bush Doctor 77

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That Indica is a Gelato. It's about 3 weeks behind the others. I popped 4 seeds, and 2 were Indica phenos, and two hybrid type. I put one Indica into seed with some males, and the other in the greenhouse. The 2 hybrid, I just put into flower under a 1000w HPS.
 

Bush Doctor 77

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Fencing is for the critters while the plants are still small. I remove it when they get bigger because it's too hard to cultivate with the fencing. I decided to go to t-posts for a first time this year. Last year I had a huge plant collapse about a week and a half before prime. I had it all tied up with bamboo, but it still gave way, fell over, and every branch broke.
 
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irie lion

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Loads of space in there’s for those girls to grow freely, they’re looking so happy bro! :headbanger::meatballs:
 

Bush Doctor 77

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Girls wanted their pix taken this morning. Gitting some grasshopper damage, but minor. Also burnt them a bit with neen, and you can see the leaf curl from that.
 

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irie lion

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Hey Bush Doc, how are the girls doing?
They must be huge by now! :ganjamon::meatballs:
 

Bush Doctor 77

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Hey Bush Doc, how are the girls doing?
They must be huge by now! :ganjamon::meatballs:
I just chopped them up a bit. My bud with the dispensary wanted some clones for his new 2 acre outdoor grow, so he took several dozen cuttings. Topped the Afghani because it's getting too high pic 1. Then the S Skunk, BB 420 and Gelato.
 

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Bush Doctor 77

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Here's more pix. Just topped the BB 420, and worked some organic fertilizer into the soil. That may be the last time with a balanced fertilizer. I've got some high P bat guano for the bloom. I don't have to worry too much about K in my alkali soil. I took some stem pix for reference. My greenhouse is 8 feet at the peak.
 

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