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  • Rwise
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    The pic is 2 days old, 50* this morning, 40* predicted for in the morning, I could get my first frost! I am going to take the chance that I will stay just above the frost point. By the time I want to take this girl down the drying room should be ready for her to hang in. The ladder is so I can take care of the top of the plant, I have been just pulling it over to check it, but she is quit brittle at this point and I dont want to break her over. Just had about 2" of rain, hoping for dry for a couple of weeks now, them maybe chop chop!
    The 8 ball kush I left all the larf on is still being hit by bud worms, and so far they are leaving this Colombian Purple alone. With fewer buds its easier to find the worms and kill them.
    Harvest had been so good this year I may not grow anything next year, maybe a Freakshow or 2 just for fun.

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  • Smallgrow
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    Thanks everyone.

    Fingers crossed on the wind Bluey, I tried to engineer it to have the plastic rip off before the whole thing blows off my roof. You bet I’ll be paying attention to the wind forecast.

    My wife already knew how crazy I was @Bowhunterwoody

    I’m not too worried about thieves @Franklin
    My house is in the woods out of the way in a small village, my roof is hard to access.
    And Teenagers these days are not that motivated 😆

  • Franklin
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    Amazing! Nice job. Is advertising your grow like this dangerous because of thieves?

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    My wife would kill me, or at least say I'm nuts. Great job!

  • Bluey
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    I love the depth and the structure of your grows.
    Looks mighty healthy too

  • Bluey
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    Magnificent!
    Love your thinking.
    I hope the wind is gentle to your extra floor on your house.

  • Smallgrow
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    Over the last few years I’ve gotten in pretty deep with this hobby, I’m totally addicted to growing.

    I have a small but nice 4x3’x80” tent , with lots of bells and whistles.
    A dedicated dry tent with “lung room”,
    and a separate nursery space ….I’m lucky.

    but this is where I officially go off the deep end.
    I just built a greenhouse on my roof 😆

    Weathers been great, it’s a bumper year,
    but with forecast of 40-80 mm (1.5-3”) of rain over the next 5 days I had to do something, right?

    The bud shot is one of the slower girls. She and her buddy will be last, and they defiantly need time still.

    Last edited by Smallgrow; 10-05-2023, 06:36 PM.

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  • 90Gizmo
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    Harvesting. I've got 3 pounds (wet) so far not counting the trim and popcorn. Not a great yield but or was a very weird summer. Stuff I've previewed had been very good.
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  • changeofpace2014
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    Your F1 finished so early Franklin there were no issues. I would call your F1 a ultra fast. Maybe that what one ends up with after the first cross of auto and regular...what about a auto and fast version...

  • changeofpace2014
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    my b.b.by rocket had the start of aggressive white mold attack and had to cut off a few stems - My other plant which is new cross only had a few mild places. I sprayed them with proxide and baking soda / water a few days ago. They are trimmed down but not cut off. I am going to bud wash them in proxide then rinse them before hanging them inside - We all know that shit will spread in the jars if it is not nipped now..

  • changeofpace2014
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    (s.c x c.c.k x b.b.) cross at harvest and a b.b.
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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Yes i've had that rot before years back. And man your right about those acorns i still feel them falling on my head. Man what a long year these outdoor grows go on forever in the later months. I have been wittling away at 1 of my 3 left to harvest. Getting to be a drag LOL but i'm real pleased with the amounts i've gotten this season. 7 plants 6 different strains feels good to be able to barter with it or just had it out to friends. Now it's time to put these grows in the books. Thanks for participating Ckbrew i realize it's a long commitment for free light and getting a harvest.

  • GreenState
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    Bowhunterwoody wish I had better news for the weekend wedding. Saturday's gona be wet Sunday is looking be much better though, few showers in the morning .If it's outside--don't wear your good shoes! Monday, you'll need a hoody.
    But, you are hitting peak peeping perfectly

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Yep Ckbrew acorns are raining here too. Like walking on marbles in the yard. Hey GreenState. Heading your way for an outdoor wedding this weekend. What's that they say about rain and good luck? Looks like they're going to have lots of luck.

  • GreenState
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    Ckbrew I've dealt with the stem mold(rot) issue before as well, also used hydrogen peroxide (full strength).
    But, I then coated the area with wood glue, which seemed to protect it and had no re-occurrence.
    Near 85 today, washout coming Saturday and outside chance of some snow showers on Monday!
    Will probably chop the white widow this weekend and call it a season.
    Last edited by GreenState; 10-04-2023, 04:48 AM.

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