Lets see your 2020 Outdoor Plants!

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Frankster

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Had to take this one up in a hurry, little bit of mold. So putting better air flow, and I think try to keep it warmer if possible, although the room doesn't lend itself too that very much. Air movement is probably the best bet.
 
SinCity

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This is my first ever grow and I've made every possible mistake getting to this point. Someday I will tell the whole story so you can have a good chuckle at how little I understood about all this when I started out. I'm pretty pleased I've gotten this close and with any luck I will make it through these last few weeks to my first harvest ever. Wish me luck! Here's my best plant.

I think that’s a damn fine job you did. First time out and this is how the girls respond to you...
As time goes on, I can only imagine what they’ll want to do for you.
 
SinCity

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Looking for a little advice please. Bud rot is doubled in 2 days and some colas are now starting to look like poodle tails. Defoliated as much as I could. So where the trichomes are now would you be happy harvesting if had to. Week 7 trying to stretch it on the coast getting damp.
I say harvest now.
 
SinCity

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Well down came the mainlined skunk #1 about 7 days ago. All dried up and Jared for the cure. Using hydration packs in jars for the first time hope they work as they claim.

Got just over half pound off that one plant

Don’t want to tell you stuff you already know—I say this with the best of intentions just in case.

So 7 days after harvest in my experience is early to go to mason jars. In my experience, mason jars draw the most moisture the fastest—more than I want in my first stages of curing. But maybe your stems dried super quickly and you burp the jars every few hours.
 
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Well they are destroyed... 6 months of hard daily work down the pipe. Between bud rot yesterday and the wind / this morning, 24 hours , dead. It's days like this that really makes me wonder why I bother View attachment 1037790 View attachment 1037791 View attachment 1037792 View attachment 1037793
dog! you got this! bust out your green tape and get to splintin!! i Have brought many a plant back form the brink, if the branches still have enough connected you will be able support them and it will be just fine. Get your duct tape, get some green tape, grab any posts/bamboo and hook em up!!
 
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dog! you got this! bust out your green tape and get to splintin!! i Have brought many a plant back form the brink, if the branches still have enough connected you will be able support them and it will be just fine. Get your duct tape, get some green tape, grab any posts/bamboo and hook em up!!
dog! you got this! bust out your green tape and get to splintin!! i Have brought many a plant back form the brink, if the branches still have enough connected you will be able support them and it will be just fine. Get your duct tape, get some green tape, grab any posts/bamboo and hook em up!!
Give them a quick shake get them dried out best you can then do as enzyme recommended you got this buddy!!!
 
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dog! you got this! bust out your green tape and get to splintin!! i Have brought many a plant back form the brink, if the branches still have enough connected you will be able support them and it will be just fine. Get your duct tape, get some green tape, grab any posts/bamboo and hook em up!!
I'm with enzyme. It's so easy to give up, when you get shitted on. But a little doctoring, and maybe put some box fans under them blowing up, to keep the mold back, will give you some harvest!
 
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Well they are destroyed... 6 months of hard daily work down the pipe. Between bud rot yesterday and the wind / this morning, 24 hours , dead. It's days like this that really makes me wonder why I bother
I would agree with the other guys. This was my last girl 3 weeks ago when the wind got her vs. now. Total loss of 5 large branches. But she looked done for huh?
 
Frankster

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Yea, if you can't take the bad days, you shouldn't be doing this sorta stuff, because shit happens. Pick up the pieces and salvage what you can. (many of those stems can be taped, tied and repaired) It wasn't done in vain, and just because something didn't turn out smooth/stellar you don't give up, or give in.

Doing so would be extremely weak.

Learn from it. adapt, change, reorganize, improve. I could pick apart how you kinda set yourself up for all of this just looking at the way those plants were pruned, It's not rocket science, and those plants just looked like they were asking for a big wind to come and tear them to shreds. Plants get very stiff an brittle at the end, we all know this by now. The tomato containers were certainly a good idea, but no ropes, no tie downs, nothing.

Just four big branches protruding from a stalk that's had it's main cola chopped out, right at ground level point, which worked as a mechanical fulcrum to destroy your plants.

I'm not saying that wasn't a smart idea, but not reinforcing, staking it down well enough was certainly an oversight on your part. Learn from it, and don't repeat the same error.
 
b8kd

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Here’s my “Do-Si-Dos F2” from Archive in Portland. I think it’s about a week out from harvest based on what I’ve read and been told. What do you all think? How many days left do you all think I have?

I’ve got two of these plants. One got topped and the other I left alone. It’ll be interesting to see which one produces more. B8KD

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