Right on, brother! We will take your heat, but you can keep your humidity! And man, do you have that!
Those girls look fab man! How cute, low 90’s . I wish I had those overnight lows though!23 and two still in the nursery. 60 bucks worth of lights, some dirt, and some water! Proof positive that vegging pot plants ain’t rocket science! Will put a few guinea pigs out for a good this weekend, but the majority won’t go out for two or three weeks. Spring has finally arrived!View attachment 1979871View attachment 1979870
Yeah, I think it's a good thing that it's a year old, and maybe adding on to a thread is better than a lot of new ones.Yeah, I was going to start a new one. But Canna granny said she thought I should keep it going. So we will in her honor and all of the others. I don’t know how you guys get anything to the finish line back there. you really have to know what you’re doing. Late September, and everyone back there starts nutting up, suffering, anxiety, attacks, battling, mold, mildew, rain, you name it! You watch. You will see people posting pictures of their trees, big, beautiful plants, but around 1 October 80% of them will disappear! Lol or lose their nerve and chop a month early! But at least they’re trying! Grow on!
Oh I agree with all of that. I start by realizing everything can go wrong, at any stage and for any reason. To get a very good harvest (I won't call it perfect because there is no such thing), everything needs to go right, at every stage. You need a string of As......not a string of 100s, there's a little room for mistakes, but it's a tall order to have everything go right for 5-7 months. And the stakes get higher with each passing week. Even when it's ovet it isn't over.....In general east of the Mississippi is a world-class vegging climate. The stuff grows like crazy back there! Unfortunately, it is an equally terrible flowering climate. Pot plants require a certain amount of time to finish up properly. And there doesn’t seem to be a way to speed that up. Just seems to be a cold , hard fact that you run out of time. And then, even more fun, is to talk egos. Through observation and experience, I found that mother nature seems to detest large egos! But she embraces humility. That guy standing next to the 12 foot plant, with the 12 foot ego, the first week of September, beaming, like God’s gift to growing, doesn’t seem to realize that mother nature is just sitting back watching. Licking her chops! And around the first or second week of October, will make her adjustment to that ego! LOL! And does so without mercy! I think you get my drift. In my opinion, it would behoove anyone growing back there to go back and look at TSD’s grow logs from last year. She learned the hard way and made adjustments. But still had to resort to extraordinary measures to even get close to finishing properly. Plain and simple, if you don’t have the right climate, the chance of success is minimal! And I would wager that the sales of lights and tents skyrocket in November, and December. Not because of the holidays, but because of what happened in October! L O L! Grow on, dogs!
Looks like u have an awesome outdoor grow spot chucky gee I’m not jealous at all super healthy girls ya got goin on mate once they start branching out they will be beasts I’ve just moved house so for the first time in 10 years I don’t have a plant goin atm it sux might pop some beans today
Funny part is the smoke filled skies part…. Fits right in a year later hahaThis thread is now a year old. :).
I'm gonna have to nominate New York City for heat. Concrete, bricks snd asphalt that absorb and radiate heat back every day and night. At 3am it often doesn't dip below 80. Then it starts right back up again.......the air doesn't move, thick with steamy himidity.....day after day, night after night......
I’m up here in the northeast and wow, horrible smoke, rubber smell, glad I’m indoors but the outdoor veggie garden is still doing great but I’ve seen photos from people having garden issues in the smoke filled skies area ,It sure does for the people in the upper Midwest and back east! Hasn’t been bad out here for the last two years. Knock on wood! Good to see someone else getting a taste of it!