Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
C'mon sunlight!!!Of course is it portable. The question is how often is it ported?
Thanks, and welcome SB! Reading this entire journal is one of the things that your parents warned you would make you go blind, and it's probably the only one that would . Spring and summer outside are a great time to grow if your days don't look like this:
Damn marine layer!
Thanks Derby! You top and train and then don't go visit them for weeks on end. Poor long-suffering plants. You need an assistant...any recent college grad will do .
Friday update on another gloomy day. When the heat wave goes, so goes the sunshine. On the plus side, it's Friday!
Let's start with pistil news...AK-47 shows first on flip day 5:
All the bright green stretch! Loads to thin when that's over.
Next up are the Candidas that have gotten used to the transplant and now desperately need topping:
Here's a solo shot of Sour G. It also has finally found the new soil and you can see all the growth above the yellow that came from being root bound. This needs to be thinned and topped as well:
Last pic for today is the vegging table:
The only ones not pictured are the IIP and the DTF, both of which smell too much to be next to the neighbors . They sit on the turf with the big three (the plants not the neighbors).
That's what I've got for today, and tomorrow I'll be thinning, topping, and cloning. And maybe the sun will be out!
Well done buddy! Hope you don't have to shuffle those heavy B's too much.