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  • Mr.furley
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    Looking good even if the labels don't.

  • GreenState
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    I think I must have switched seeds at birth While these were both supposed to be GG4's, only one appears to be so.
    The other looks more like a sativa dominant WW to me, or a cross bread.
    The first 2 picture are of what appears to be the GG4, having grown it 3 or so times previously.

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    And these pics are of what I now believe is a white widow. (total different plant structure) Could be a big producer

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  • GreenState
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    Bluey SoOrbudgal , I think I have seen some recovery with the added nitrogen, newer leaves still have decent color.
    Hopefully I was able to intervene in time. I had gone light on the grow nutrients through the veg stage, not to mention the grow neuts a re a few years old. $20.00 grow expense (lol!)
    Keeping in mind these were seeds I collected from my previous grows (only found a few of the GG's, more so the WW's) so
    there obviously from hermied buds. I do see female bits on all the plants so that's good news, will watch for balls
    I've grown the GG's 3 times now, so have a good idea of what the buds look like,so that will help with identification. The white widow buds are much more fluffy. I'm hoping I have a cross of mystery weed, I love the taste of the WW, tasted like spring time after a long winter
    PS: I do have caterpillar damage, seen a few tiny green ones

  • Bluey
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    They survived well. Nice work. They actually look pretty good given your absence

  • SoOrbudgal
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    I think they look great. We still have such a long way to go those will appriciate the haircut. I've got a strain that were same seeds like your GG's and one is considerably taller than the other. Other than yield i frankly don't care i only care about keeping them healthy throughout the grow and don't get the friggin moth catipillers which i now see on my near done autos. Ugg i hate those tiny suckers of THC LOL. I'm spraying my larger photos like yours nearly every week trying to keep them off prior to flowering. Going out doing a spray at sunrise today.

  • GreenState
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    Plants survived, but did take a hit while I was gone. Weather has sucked this summer.
    Came back to major yellowing of the fan leaves, especially on the white widows.
    Had to do a major defoil (they're looking like OJH's greenhouse defoliated plants!)
    Came to the conclusion that I had a huge nitrogen deficiency issue and have since hit them hard with nuets)
    2 on the left are the WW's, 2 on the right GG's. Interestingly, the 2 GG4's look pretty different from each other, the taller one could be a cross bred, the far right shorter one does look like the GG4's grown in the past.

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  • GreenState
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    SoOrbudgal Thank you for the reminder, you're absolutely correct!

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Hey there hope family is well don't let plants bother your visit/vacation.

  • GreenState
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    Bluey I would have had issues this week regardless of indoor or outdoor growing.
    Not in Kansas this week They've done an incredible job here recovering from last years hurricane.

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  • Bluey
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    The joys of outdoor growing....not.

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Hey GreenState. Yea even had some hail last night here. Crazy non-stop lightning too. Some leaf damage but not too bad. More coming today and for the next 4 days.

  • GreenState
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    Bowhunterwoody I suspect my poor plants aren't going to be unscathed by the time I
    get home. Just unrelenting thunderstorms, day after day after day! I don't think drying out will be an issue,
    but hard rain and wind might be. Oh well, it is what it is

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Hey GreenState. Yea we made out ok. Pretty soggy but no damage locally. Saw some video of Montpelier. Man! Have a close friend in Braintree up on top. No problem there but down near Randolph pretty bad.

  • GreenState
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    Bluey sometimes life doesn't give you choices (ha,ha) They are small pots, I believe about 2 1/2 gal.
    I sure got them to drink some fluid today (lol).
    Bowhunterwoody Hope you made out ok with the rain. At least I was able to move the plants inside during the worst
    of the storms. Middle and northern parts of the state took a pretty good hit.

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    I think you'll be fine. Calling for rain everyday after tomorrow. Good luck.

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