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Infin8Loop's First Time Grow Times Two

Infin8Loop

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5 week update.

Still going well. Everyone seems to have survived the transplant process.

Nothing exciting to report, 2 x daily feedings of the coco seem to be required now that they are in the 10 gallon pots and the weather is warming up.

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Infin8Loop

Member
Thanks, I'm happy with how they are doing. Although this one:

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Has me a little worried. By my math, I'm at the beginning of week 5, and here in the sunny Willamette valley, my outdoor grow is going to want to flip around July.

4 more weeks. My concern is height. She is just over 2 feet right now. I'm new at this, and I'm sure it'll eventually slow down, but, 4 more weeks before flip may be 2 more feet? They are hybrids, so somewhere between 50 and 100% more growth during flower....

I'm not going to have to deal with an 8 foot tall plant am I?

The two GG4 strains had a nice spiderweb shape that has lent itself to some easy lst. But with the Blue Magoo I don't see an easy way to train them to avoid the height. If its even an issue.

Opinions are welcome.
 

Canuckush

Well-Known Member
I have no idea but a buddy of mine grew a 6 foot Durban Poison (sativa) here in northern BC in a green house! Gotta love a good sun grow!
 

Infin8Loop

Member
Still growing strong! I am getting more convinced I am going to be flipping them sooner than I actually have to here in oregon. I could wait another 6 to 8 weeks, but I'm not sure that that is going to be ideal. They will be pretty damn big by then, and I realize that would make for a better yield, but at some point it seems like some diminishing returns?

This girl is over 3 feet tall and about that wide right now:
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The other Blue Magoo (in soil) wasn't as tall or bushy, but was doing well, until... someone... fell on it...

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And the GG4 are just brushing out nicely still.

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