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  • GreenState
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    Bowhunterwoody Glad it worked out for the wedding and ya'll had a great time. The wedding party pretty much nailed peak foliage for scheduling.
    Shame it rained, but can't do anything about that. I saw out of the last 16 of the past nineteen weekends -it's rained. Looks like rain for this coming weekend as well.
    With the holiday weekend over it will be deadsville around here until ski season kicks off. My second home neighbors were up this past weekend,
    first time since there was snow on the ground! I'll bet they use the house 10-12 days total out of the year.

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  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Nice job, nice finish. You earned it. Was up in your fine state for a wedding this last Saturday in Springfield, rain held off for the ceremony and it was perfect. Top of a hill in a field with mountains all around. Soon as we went into the tent for the reception all hell broke loose but it was still a hell of a lot of fun. Everyone had mud past their ankles by the end but it was a blast. Your state is beautiful.

  • GreenState
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    Well folks, it's been a challenging grow season, what little of it we had. White widow is still hanging, but guess I'll
    come in with a total 8-9oz. I came into the season with an empty cupboard, so I'm thankful . Should be able to skip growing this winter, but
    probably if I do grow next spring it will be indoors.
    Like a squirrel storing nuts for the winter (lol). 58%/65 degrees
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  • GreenState
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    Well see. After my GG4 disappointment I'm hoping to redeem myself with these last 2.
    Looks like a beautiful stretch of weather ahead....after tomorrow's rain! <g>.

  • Ckbrew
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    I'm doing the plant shuffle also. The weather forecast has no rain, and sunny for the next 10 days. If that holds out things should finish nicely.

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    GreenState. Sure wish I had the space. That's a great system to finish them. Nice big colas!

  • GreenState
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    First morning waking up to temps starting with a 3 handle, just barely, 39 <g>.
    The girls were tucked into their unheated room safe space and waking up to the warmth of 400watts of hps
    Sun is shining today though so they'll be happy to get outside I'm sure. (not much direct sunshine on the deck anymore, maybe 6 hrs)
    Getting much more cloudy trichs on the mystery girl now, couple ambers. When I do think shes ready, I'll wait another week! (lol)
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  • GreenState
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    Bowhunterwoody Looks like you got hit with some pretty good rain yesterday. Thankfully today looks nice.
    Hopefully the storm won't be to bad, not expecting much rain here, but high winds could be an issue.
    Plants are still fattening up nicely(90% white pistils still), our days above 70 degrees are numbered here now, low 40's tonight.
    This is one season I'll be happy to put in the books and be done with-I've had enough (lol).

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    GreenState. Still pouring here. Another 2-3 inches today. Torrential all day. Lee might come up the coast on Saturday and give us more rain but it's not a big deal these days cause 2-3 inches seems to be normal. Hope it goes out to sea. Your plants look really good. Nice fat colas. About as far along as mine. Maybe all the gloom has them finishing early. I hope so. Have an alien gorilla glue in the ground that a friend ended up not wanting that actually had a few amber yesterday. Still a few white pistols on that one. Maybe a good stretch of weather coming if Lee doesn't come close.
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  • GreenState
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    So I'm thinking when I made the switch from outdoor to outdoor/indoor I may have convinced
    these plants that it is later in the season than it actually is. White widow on left (which I'm glad didn't get the ax) is still
    pretty vigorous showing no changed pistils yet, it will be awhile yet for that one. The mystery girl in the middle is still hanging in there(has a hint of GG4 smell), showing some cloudy trichs now,few more weeks anyways. And the GG4 on the right is starting to show its foliage colors. At least they will have time to fully finish, so that's great.
    Looks like rain is ending here, 40's tonight. Left the girls out in the rain to get a good washing.
    Not much pretty green in my picture like others! (lol)
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  • GreenState
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    Bluey LOL!!!!

  • Bluey
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    You should have done more LST. Have you trained the plant to turn the light switch off and on yet? Light Switch Training.

  • GreenState
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    Outdoor grow comparisons aren't really fair any longer. I'm now only getting 6 1/2 hr of direct sunlight on the deck.
    As such, I've gone to a fully hybrid grow model. Currently, sunrise is at 6:20am, sunset at 7:20pm.
    Soooo, plants are now getting 400W of HPS from 7:20am(1 hr after sun up) to around 8:30am,
    then out they go on the deck. Then when I lose direct sunlight at 3:30pm, inside they go under the light until 6:20pm (hour before sundown). This allows them to wake up and go to sleep under ambient daylight conditions and spend the night indoors..
    Although it is darker in the "sun" room than it is outside, still somewhat mimicking the natural light cycle with days getting shorter.
    Will adjust accordingly as we go through Sept.
    Confused now? So am I (lol)
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  • Ckbrew
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    Looking good. I wish my outdoor garden was that far along.

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Man those look great they sure are getting frosty. You sure deserve a badge for keeping those gals healthy looking through the crappy weather you've had. Just looking great to me very frosty. I keep dragging mine in an out from covers cause of the few rain showers we've had. I hope we all fair well till end of Sept.

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