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Outdoor Grow With Super Soil & Water Only Summer 2019

Kanda

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It’s been an eye opener for sure. Hardest work I’ve ever done in my life, and a very humbling experience. Mother Nature can be harsh.

But love it. Wouldn’t have it any other way.

The weed plants have been a pure joy. In fact I’m not sure what I’m going to do when they are all harvested. I’ll be lost.
Crochet a new blanket .....or indoor grow over the winter? I have lots of dark devil seeds lol
 

Kanda

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Oh and as far as the plants.....they’re coming down. Green poison will follow her purple sisters in a few days probably.
 

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Kanda

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With the cows gone I can now get to the back side of my plants in the yard. Here’s a shot of the two green crack sisters and blue Dream #1
 

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Backlipslide

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Crochet a new blanket .....or indoor grow over the winter? I have lots of dark devil seeds lol
The wife tried to learn how to crochet, as her grandma lives back on bc island, so she can’t teach her. She hasn’t picked it up in a while, but she was starting to get the hang of it. Sort of.. lol

An indoor grow!?

Buckle up! And tie down your wallet! Growing indoors always leads to opening up the wallet! :laugh:

All of your plants are looking great! You and your hubby, did an awesome job!! :bravo:
 

Kanda

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Jamaican beef patties fresh out of the oven....pull up a chair for the great 2 autoflowering plant chop down lol

It started at the crack of dawn before the sun was on them. We swept them away from their growing companions up to the side deck for easy chopping and wet pruning.
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They really do smell amazing!!

Wet weight..not sure how much that matters with all the stems and all but hey...

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That was fun!!
Tune in tomorrow for the chopping of green poison auto.

Now....off I go to the greenhouse to battle caterpillars!!!!! Little buggers like my CBD plant....ugh....
Sooooo stressful. I’ll be one happy lady to get this grow harvested safely.
 

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Backlipslide

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Congratulations kanda!!

This is one of the most rewarding times of the whole grow. Seeing those buds hang, seeing the fruits of your labour!

The most rewarding thing, will be once you light the first joint! :yahoo:

Looks great! I’m loving the colour!!
 

Kanda

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Things are moving quickly now Kanda!! Good Job !!!
Do you guys wash your branches and buds? If so, how and in what?
Yes we did. I followed the tutorial I found here using lemon juice and baking sofa in first bucket then two rinses with water only It was not pretty the crap and corruption that washed off. I’m sold and haven’t even smoked it yet.
I hung it to drip dry on a shady part of my deck before hanging to dry.
Hope this helps. What are your thoughts?
 

Kanda

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Green poison auto came down this morning as planned. She looks great and smells a little more pungent than the others, but in a good way.
Trimmed, weighed and ready for a bath
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Fluffy and clean hanging with her friends

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That will be it for a few more weeks at least. Waiting patiently and hoping the weather holds for me. The two big green crack sisters should be the next on the chopping block with outdoor Blue Dream coming in on their heels. The plants in the greenhouse are at least a week behind them. The giant ones I’m not sure....the Bakerstreet is all Indica so should be in there somewhere but I have a feeling the California orange if going to be iffy. Time will tell. I always have the clone arm in a bag that can be moved inside greenhouse if all else fails, so I’ll at least get a taste Fingers crossed I get to harvest the 12 footer.
 

greenjeans

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What are your thoughts?
I will for sure be washing them - but I think I need bigger buckets!!! I have a lot of branches longer than my arm - I guess cutting them into smaller lengths is the best option.
What did you do - you had some big ol' branches didn't you???
I had to tie a few more colas this afternoon.
I bet it is exciting to get to this stage, eh??
 

Kanda

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Congratulations on yet another successful harvest! You’ve got a few more to go yet, to make it a successful year!

I look forward to seeing the green Crack sisters up close!
Here’s a little peek at the green crack from yesterday. These smaller girls handled the wind just fine


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Backlipslide

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Here’s a little peek at the green crack from yesterday. These smaller girls handled the wind just fine


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Those are freaking massive! Super impressive!

Still a couple weeks to go yet, their going to put on some serious weight now!! :yahoo:


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