Adirondack Garden Gal Making a Diary '22

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Whether they finish or not, I would like to commend you on your garden this year. Under control, easy to inspect and maintain, no ladders needed, and husband friendly! Nice job!
 
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I’m down in rotten-Chester NY and have already been fighting the WPM and bud rot, I wish you the best of luck, this latest NY weather sucks, over a 4.5” rainfall drought this summer my vegetables suffered horribly now the rain has come and my girls are in jeopardy🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
 
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I’m down in rotten-Chester NY and have already been fighting the WPM and bud rot, I wish you the best of luck, this latest NY weather sucks, over a 4.5” rainfall drought this summer my vegetables suffered horribly now the rain has come and my girls are in jeopardy🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
I pretty much assume fall will be cold and damp. Now's about the time I start pricing tents on Amazon and ask myself why I insist on making my life harder... then I answer myself in a whisper "because you love outdoor" 🤣
 
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I’m down in rotten-Chester NY and have already been fighting the WPM and bud rot, I wish you the best of luck, this latest NY weather sucks, over a 4.5” rainfall drought this summer my vegetables suffered horribly now the rain has come and my girls are in jeopardy🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
I grew up there. Born and raised in Caledonia. I miss it sometimes.
 
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I’m down in rotten-Chester NY and have already been fighting the WPM and bud rot, I wish you the best of luck, this latest NY weather sucks, over a 4.5” rainfall drought this summer my vegetables suffered horribly now the rain has come and my girls are in jeopardy🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
I'm about 200 miles Northeast-ish of Rochester... looking like days of rain ahead and I'm gonna need to re-up my Xanax script. 🤣
 
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Well it poured all day. We went out and gave the girls a good shake and I snapped a few quick night flash shots. Hoping for a few breaks in the rain so I can blast them off with the leaf blower. Need to get over to location #2 asap too.
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The straggler, Super Lemon Haze
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Super Silver Haze left, Black Cherry Punch Right
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Rain Rain, go away, come back when my bud's put away. 🎵🌧🥺
 
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Well it poured all day. We went out and gave the girls a good shake and I snapped a few quick night flash shots. Hoping for a few breaks in the rain so I can blast them off with the leaf blower. Need to get over to location #2 asap too.
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Left: Super Silver Haze, right Amnesia Lemon
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The straggler, Super Lemon Haze View attachment 1283568 Super Silver Haze left, Black Cherry Punch Right
View attachment 1283566 Rain Rain, go away, come back when my bud's put away. 🎵🌧🥺
Same here, 2500 Miles to the west of you. Good luck!
 
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Well there was a break in the rain, my bougie bitches got thier daily blow out. Weather not looking great but we're looking good as of now so we'll keep on pushing. It's rainy, but not too cold, so that's a plus. I'll check the other ladies when it stops pouring.
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Need to get my harvest/ dry area set up and ready to go.
 
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Question for anyone following along... Have you ever taken a plant out of the ground in flower and let it finish inside? I'm considering picking one that is behind and setting it up in the corner of my dry space, wich is the attic of my garage. I would dig around and plop it I to one of my 15 gallon fabric pots and try not to disturb the roots too much. She just needs more time than she's gonna get.
 
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Question for anyone following along... Have you ever taken a plant out of the ground in flower and let it finish inside? I'm considering picking one that is behind and setting it up in the corner of my dry space, wich is the attic of my garage. I would dig around and plop it I to one of my 15 gallon fabric pots and try not to disturb the roots too much. She just needs more time than she's gonna get.
Bugs bugs bugs...anytime I've brought my plants in from the outside I've ended up with spider mites ......never again for me...it cost me a full run and months to get back in operation again......I had mine in large pots I didn't transparent out of soil but BUGS!!! like the indoor weather

I also think digging them up you'll not be able to do it gently and you'll put them into shock, 2 week recovery in flower isn't the best time for that to happen....I'd cover use osculating fans and hope for the best
 
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Bugs bugs bugs...anytime I've brought my plants in from the outside I've ended up with spider mites ......never again for me...it cost me a full run and months to get back in operation again......I had mine in large pots I didn't transparent out of soil but BUGS!!! like the indoor weather

I also think digging them up you'll not be able to do it gently and you'll put them into shock, 2 week recovery in flower isn't the best time for that to happen....I'd cover use osculating fans and hope for the best
Yeah, that's a factor, thry definitely aren't bug free, I keep them in check, but there's always some. I'll spray with a hose and use DE in the pot and on top. As far as shock, the one I want to do is in a 7 gallon fabric pot that's buried, the hole is in sand and rock, so I have a feeling she didn't spread out much away from the pot. I wanted to keep them from being monsters, I think she hasn't liked her location all along, she's been the problem child. Also, if it goes sideways, I'll just hang her up, and I have all my others, 4 of which are further along by quite a lot... so it's not an all my eggs in one basket experiment.
Super Lemon Haze. Aka: The Problem Child
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I haven't had any spider mites yet, thank God, they'rethe worst... aphids, leafhoppers, Japanese beetles, stink bugs, grasshoppers, whiteflys, fungus gnats I'm sure, then the good guys, the spiders and ladybugs. Gotta work together if you're gonna do organic lol... accept keeping them at bay is the best you can do outside... that's why I wash my buds.
 
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Sure the exact opposite of my suggestion...lol...Now you know for sure what to do...its one or the other.....or nothing...lol....good luck with them...they're beauties, be a shame to not het their full potential out of them.
I think a few will make it all the way with my help, but Amnesia Lemon is far behind, as is my zookies and Blueberry at my other local, but it is what it is.
 
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