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Parnelli's 2020 Outdoor Grow

parnelli

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I've got some seeds from one of my old buddies. He gets them from weed that he scores from folks that grow outside with no separation of males and females. Basically, I don't have a clue as to what the species of these plants are but I'll try them outside anyway as a test of my outdoor environment. I've seen in these journals that some folks have had a variety of plant health and insect issues. Let's see what "crops up" from these unknown seeds.

I started them about two weeks ago in a CD case. Here's what they look like now:
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parnelli

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It is absolutely energizing. Gives a pleasant long lasting buzz. I'm smoking very little of it right now because of the virus and my propensity to contract pneumonia - so age and health issues put me in the "vulnerable category". However, I have been making chocolates with decarbed Red as well as adding it as a "spice" as I cook stuff. Half a level teaspoon and I'm good for the day. Was able to get some Kief from it too! Guess I've seen too many episodes of "Bong Appetit".
 

parnelli

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I planted 4 plants in various places around my yard that gets some sun and is in a place that can't be seen from the "public view" (Michigan regulation). With so many trees on our property getting adequate sunlight is a challenge. It's been raining and warm so I feel quite confident that the transition from the Aerogrow to soil will go well. I'll get some pix once the weather cooperates.
 

parnelli

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Things are not going well - some stoned deer ate the first one, bugs have attacked the second and its near death, a deer stepped on the third one (nearest the hops plants) and broke it off at the stem - there's one healthy one left - I'm so bummed I've started new seeds apoppin' - O the challenges of an outside grow
 

parnelli

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So I finally got around to taking pix.The first pic is the plant that was near death and has made a valiant comeback. The next two pix are from the survivor of the deer trampling.
 

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parnelli

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Just got back after a few weeks away and the big plant is now about 4 feet tall. It also looks like a girl (no balls yet) yay! The smaller one has been chewed on and is destined to be a tiny bush if it survives at all. The third one nearer the house is growing and looking OK so far.
 

parnelli

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Well today I moved the plant that was nearest the house. I transplanted it next to the big one (see pic) on top of the chewed up plant. I moved it because it was on a line-of-sight to the "public". I figured that planting next to a raspberry plant would hide it but NOOO - I pretty much killed the raspberry plant and that left the weed out in the open so it had to be moved to comply with regulations for outdoor growing.

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parnelli

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The plant is still looking good! It is now 6 feet tall. Probably about 30 days from initial stickiness and the emergence of blooms. Looking forward to those blooms turning into big nugs and a huge cola on top :yummy: .

I've been feeding for vegetative growth and come Sept. I'll switch to flowering feeding
 
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