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Outdoor Grow 2014

Denweed

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What do you think about my ladies ?

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:Namaste:
 

Denweed

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I bought some good soil at the store mixed it up with some rabbit manure and wood ash , mulched it on the top for retaining more moisture in the soil . Fabbit manure is some good shit when the plants are vegging because its high in nitrogen and organic too ;)

Peace
 

Calyx Hunter

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Your ladies look beautiful. I think they like to get beat every once in a while. It toughens them up. I'm not being metaphorical just talking about female cannabis plants.
 

Denweed

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Update

My ladies are looking really good I think , someone told me in another forum that my plant have spider mites as some leaves have yellow spots , however this don't confirmed because i looked on every single leaf and found nothing , no eggs , no mites NOTHING ... Thes yellow spots showed up when it hailed but there are still stubborn people claiming it is mite damage... I think they look very healthy , of course it's not the best place to grow but , who cares ?

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Denweed

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Update

Had a little bit trouble with the hot weather and water logistic , I have to transport water all the way up the hill to the plants so its very time consuming ,but, I figured something out now and they are getting more water .The unknown autoflowering plant is almost finishing , what do you think guys ? when can I cut her down ?

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conradino23

Grow Journal of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Sept 2017
I'd give it a week or two, but you might want to check trichs before you chop her. I'm not really an auto guy, but these strains should have a 70-80 day cycle usually.
 

Denweed

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I'd give it a week or two, but you might want to check trichs before you chop her. I'm not really an auto guy, but these strains should have a 70-80 day cycle usually.

Me neither , it was a mistake from the seedbank they sent me an auto rather than the hawaiian snow ,however, I was planning one more week but I will check the trichs to make sure . Thanks ! ;)
 

Denweed

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Update

Harvested my auto two weeks ago yielded 146g wet and 38 dry its now curing for 1 week , I got a new hawaiian snow seed from the seedbank to apologize their mistake , I placed it in the same pot where the auto flowering was , here are some pics of my current grow...


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Notorious420

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Update

Harvested my auto two weeks ago yielded 146g wet and 38 dry its now curing for 1 week , I got a new hawaiian snow seed from the seedbank to apologize their mistake , I placed it in the same pot where the auto flowering was , here are some pics of my current grow...


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Hey, I am going to be growing my plants outdoors. And I was wondering if you gave your plants any nutrients and if you ever had them planted into the ground? I am a new grower and I was wondering that.
 

Denweed

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Hey, I am going to be growing my plants outdoors. And I was wondering if you gave your plants any nutrients and if you ever had them planted into the ground? I am a new grower and I was wondering that.

I never planted them in the ground , and yes I give them nutes for vegging I give them a 6-5-5 , and now im giving them Big bud from advanced nutrients for flowering 0-1-3
 

conradino23

Grow Journal of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Sept 2017
Hey, I am going to be growing my plants outdoors. And I was wondering if you gave your plants any nutrients and if you ever had them planted into the ground? I am a new grower and I was wondering that.

Plant them in the ground, that's my opinion. They'll get bigger and healthier. Prepare your soil before it very well and keep fertilization to minimum.
 
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