Let's see your 2023 outdoor grow!

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shaganja

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I have a proposal for the folks that are still here reading these threads after eating a shit sandwich outdoors this year.

Shoot me a pic of your shit show plant that has bud rot, PM or whatever other affliction decided to pop up and I will send you 10 free dosi x bubblegum seeds that were bred, torture tested and selected to grow outside in Michigan. They have been through ungodly amounts of rain, humidity, frost, being surrounded by plants with PM and all kinds of other issues and pests and are still trucking unscathed.

We have these growing in 6 different areas of the state with 6 different growing styles and not a single issue.

The first 10 people to hit me up will get hooked up. If someone wants to do a seed increase and pay it forward you will go to the top of the list. I’ll get some good pics this weekend of a few different grows
Damn it! Lol I usually have issues by now, but knock on wood, they are all happy in the yoops
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Captspaulding

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Damn it! Lol I usually have issues by now, but knock on wood, they are all happy in the yoopsView attachment 2048797View attachment 2048798
So when it does rain, did you put stone down for drainage? Did you make a well? I’m curious what mitigation you have. Or do you just not get a lot of water where you are? Just curious. It’s really a cool build.
 
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Thats really impressive. The leaves are still so healthy and green. By monster cropping, do you just trim all the secondary stems off of the primary stems in early flowering stage?
No I let it start flowering and then forced back into veg. Then after it recovers then flip her to flower. That's why it has so many single leaves. It's a long slow process but the work pays off... as with everything I suppose..
 
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okidokerjoker

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Well done. One of my favorites. This plant grows so well. I have some seeds and I am waiting for my late winter run to grow more OG Kush.
He'll yeah its a staple for sure that never disappoints. It's my first time growing it outside and wow how awesome the sun is!!!. Straight GAS reeking down the block..
My other og kush out back. 30 gal with the bottom cut off and sunk like 6 in down in the ground. 2 scrog nets wad and hold the thing down and out.
 
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shaganja

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So when it does rain, did you put stone down for drainage? Did you make a well? I’m curious what mitigation you have. Or do you just not get a lot of water where you are? Just curious. It’s really a cool build.
Thank you. We get rain, starting in September. Pretty lucky so far this year. Runoff just get soaked up. I do have a drain in the bottom in case of flood.
 
Captspaulding

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Thank you. We get rain, starting in September. Pretty lucky so far this year. Runoff just get soaked up. I do have a drain in the bottom in case of flood.
Badass, little French drain type deal? Sweet man.
 
BobGratton

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Hello to you farmers, new here and first post.
Just wanted to thank you all for sharing your art and it make me want to grow my own.

Here is a picture of my first plant growing in my backyard. The temp at night reach 4-10 Celsius getting closer to freezing.

I would like to ask your farmer knowledge if you think i need to chop it down soon?

Again, thank you all when i see the monsters you grow and the creativity you put into your art is amazing to see.

Strain: supposed to be Chocolate Dipped Banana ( I was told )

Flowers started to show mid August

Flushed 2 days ago.

👊

Bob
 
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mj402

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Decided to chop the Lemon Grab today, day 64. All cloudy with a few amber, hairs around 50/50. May be a little early but I want to experience the different stages first hand. Have her hung up to dry.
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Still few more weeks for the others

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Banana Clipz:
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Thediscobandit

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Hello to you farmers, new here and first post.
Just wanted to thank you all for sharing your art and it make me want to grow my own.

Here is a picture of my first plant growing in my backyard. The temp at night reach 4-10 Celsius getting closer to freezing.

I would like to ask your farmer knowledge if you think i need to chop it down soon?

Again, thank you all when i see the monsters you grow and the creativity you put into your art is amazing to see.

Strain: supposed to be Chocolate Dipped Banana ( I was told )

Flowers started to show mid August

Flushed 2 days ago.

👊

Bob

To me it looks like at least one more week, maybe more. If all goes well you should come out one morning soon and those buds will be frosted over with white crystal, then you'll know its time. But trust your judgment, definitely should chop it if the forecast is reading close to 0 at night.
 
MisterHelix

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“This year, look for September’s full Harvest Moon to appear just after sunset on Thursday, September 28. It then reaches peak illumination at 5:58 A.M. Eastern Time on Friday the 29th, drifting below the horizon shortly thereafter.”

Just sayin. 🌱🌱🌱🌱
 
BobGratton

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To me it looks like at least one more week, maybe more. If all goes well you should come out one morning soon and those buds will be frosted over with white crystal, then you'll know its time. But trust your judgment, definitely should chop it if the forecast is reading close to 0 at night.

its a nice stress at this point 😅

Big THANKS for the cue farmer 👊
 
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