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  • JDU
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    Thanks Amigo! Gittin there lol. I hope the 3rd is the charm!!

  • DingusKhan
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    You getting pretty good at this, bruh.

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  • JohnEmad
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    lord grant me patience...and be quick about it. lol

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Good for you JDU enjoy

  • SoOrbudgal
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    I liked hearing you want to learn needlepoint LOL too funny

  • Spidermite
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    I always love contests. I learn more in contests that anything else.

  • JDU
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    So the last one down- Ironically she got the green toothpick & the name Greenie- this is the color I remember the old Thai & what I expected - Light green. pic 1 & 2
    Big Red was a bust. She grew fast but didn't really do much where it counts. I'm not breeding her. No pics- unworthy. Breed the best- compost the rest.
    Ole Yeller should've got the red toothpick- she is the one who made me ask why my not red haired weed (expecting Greenie) was turning red. Well she just kept gettin more n more red & she obviously took to the genes that created the Red Haired Skunk of old!!! I think there's more red than green!!

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  • JDU
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    So as I sweep up & rearrange the lights to include the new acquisition for a quick seed run of the clones of the 2 best producers I had a min to think n ponder on what I've learned this run. There might be some rankings that are too close to call but whatever- the lesson is more important anyways.
    #1 Know your soil.
    I got some damn good bagged topsoil but it wasn't weed friendly. I simultaneously battled nute burn & deficiency & it was WAY too hot for seedlings.
    #2 Hand in hand with #1 is- Feed em right so you can water properly. It's ok to come in cautious with the nutes but by the time buds are forming you need to be feeding full force.
    #3 Use natural light to inspect em & to diagnose issues. Blurple is HORRIBLE for pics but the Mars Hydro & I'll bet the Spider farmer & others too- throw a real yellowish light that can make you miss shit developing.
    #4 Let em grow. "The stretch" appears to be more in regards to the height of the growth sites & not the overall height of the plant. Tent height is less an issue than I thought.
    #4 Dont be afraid to shave a tiny bit of bud off as you trim. The scissor hash alone is plenty compensation for a few centimeters of width & they look better too.
    #5 Patience..... yeah I know... shut up. I'm gonna have the wife make me a needlepoint or something that says Patience so I can hang it in the tent smack in my face every time I open it lmao!!
    #6 On a happier note- It is never too early or too late to suppercrop.
    #7 Did I mention patience? Maybe I need to hear it again lmao
    All in all I'm feelin good about this one- if I keep learning at this rate I'll be comin after you & that BEAUTY you call Monster Spidermite - good naturedly of course haha. Thanks again y'all & HAPPY HARVEST!!!!
    Last edited by JDU; 04-10-2020, 03:35 PM.

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  • JohnEmad
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    Congrats on a successful grow JDU, Please post the bud pics so we can all drool. lol

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Lucky you JDU I think my old Mango mama she's getting all yellow now stalks, she's tired of producing. I got a good supply of paper bags now. They don't let you bring in our bags anymore for now so I tell them paper

  • JDU
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    And then there were none.....
    Took Greenie down last night. Sad to see my 2nd grow end but happy as a tick in a blood bank to jar it up!!
    I wanna thank y'all again for all the laughs & advice- not to mention patience.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    JDU yes going to do the autos also, just a couple outdoors

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  • JDU
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    Thanks Budgal Sounds like you're gonna be playin with scissors for quite a while!!
    That's great- I think you'll like the Mango. I bought another one to run with my clone of yours for seed 😎 I'm thinkin about runnin a few of FBLs autos outside while I clear out the veg tent. They should do well up here in the Summer.....?

  • SoOrbudgal
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    That looks great JDU nicely done. I'm heading to the farmers co-op today need to pick up supplies. My Mango is getting " floppy" in a very good way, all the ones in flower look great. Best run yet for me inside with 3photos plus 2 young photos. Just FYI the younger cloned photos I had to put in the bloom tent do to space are approx. 7wks old are doing great in there thought it would mess them up going 12/12 but they are getting so strong and loving the closeness of the big sisters. 3 autos from FBL are really taking off life is good for all indoors. Hope to see you soon JDU take care

  • JDU
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    Tiiimber!!!
    Ole Yellow's in the bags!!!
    Literally twice the bud as Red.

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