Let's see your outdoor grow 2022

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Singram1984

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I am in va and have had a couple of my buds do the same thing. I thought it was because my little sister thought she was helping me and stripped all of the leaves off of those particular buds. I read somewhere taking the sugar leaves could kill the bud but I am a first time grower so I'm not sure
 
grnmtn

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strider26554

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Yeah, Mainah nailed it. Especially with bigger plants that have been stress-trained, you'll have entire stalks that are like their own pants, finishing differently sometimes, and that's the beauty of home-growing, is you have the time and labor to do it however you want! Personally, I'm just going to harvest as entire plants, and harvest multiple plants at the same time, if possible, as it makes the drying area so damn stable with everything in there started and drying at the same rate, but again, trying things is what makes this thing such a hoot.
yep, some of my really monstrous girls have their own neighborhoods located throughout the same plant. I often get some buds that are really dense, while other may be fluffier and then there is the coloration differences, i have some that have purple through the buds and leaves but only on certain parts.
 
strider26554

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I am in va and have had a couple of my buds do the same thing. I thought it was because my little sister thought she was helping me and stripped all of the leaves off of those particular buds. I read somewhere taking the sugar leaves could kill the bud but I am a first time grower so I'm not sure
Ive had to snip little bugs out of my buds before, sometimes they are like venus flytraps, and in the process have cut sugar leaves off, if your careful it doesn't affect the buds.
 
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Growing Colo, 3 too 5 weeks in 3 plants flowering about a week or 2 apart from one another. Next 2 day's of weather is horrible really hoping it's not too wet. ❤️ growing these girls still in amazement I managed to grow a 11 tall plant lucky seed Cg
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J.dub

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Growing Colo, 3 too 5 weeks in 3 plants flowering about a week or 2 apart from one another. Next 2 day's of weather is horrible really hoping it's not too wet. ❤️ growing these girls still in amazement I managed to grow a 11 tall plant lucky seed Cg View attachment 1284377 View attachment 1284378 View attachment 1284379 View attachment 1284380 View attachment 1284381 View attachment 1284382 View attachment 1284384
Yeah, I'm in CO as well, not too far from you -- I just got done making a shelter out of 3.5 mil clear plastic, to keep the rain off the girls!! Probably not necessary, but it's just enough continuous rain for a couple days to be worth the hassle. They're in the home stretch, and I'm salivating, and don't want to lose a single trichome to WPM or mold. Yours are looking good!
 
Southernuncle21

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Finally harvest my Bruce banner. She is easily over a half pound. Not bad considering she was the most problematic. The gelato dream is going to have to be next. Her buds are so dense she is get bud rot left and right. She still has another week or to to be fully ripe but sadly I have to harvest before the bud rot destroys my entire plant.
 
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Yeah, I'm in CO as well, not too far from you -- I just got done making a shelter out of 3.5 mil clear plastic, to keep the rain off the girls!! Probably not necessary, but it's just enough continuous rain for a couple days to be worth the hassle. They're in the home stretch, and I'm salivating, and don't want to lose a single trichome to WPM or mold. Yours are looking good!
That's awesome yes this drizzle rain bites I'm a new grower first time outside next year I'm having a better portable cover for this late fall rain and cold. Good luck with your harvest I also don't want to loose a single nug
 
J.dub

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That's awesome yes this drizzle rain bites I'm a new grower first time outside next year I'm having a better portable cover for this late fall rain and cold. Good luck with your harvest I also don't want to loose a single nug
Yeah, this was taken a few hours ago, and it still hasn't stopped drizzling! Not pretty, but gets the job done and is sturdy enough for the couple days I'll need it. Shout out and thanks to @ritoMox for telling me how to resize pictures.

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strider26554

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Well, we got mauled by yet another freak thunderstorm last night, im sitting here drinking my coffee, trying to get the nerve up to go out and assess the damage, sometimes I envy those who grow under totally controlled conditions , that is until I look out my bedroom window and see the almost continuous four foot cola growing fatter by the day on one of my girls. That huge ball of plasma that forever tugs on our planet and will one day consume it amazes me in its unparalleled ability to make all the pain of past storms seem so distant and inconsequential. heres a pic of one of the five gallon girls from last year, ill post some of this years when I figure out how to use this new phone my wife got me.
 
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Goodshit97

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Well, we had a wicked nasty storm last night, still raining now too. I didnt get around to staking up my plants, 8 footer snapped off like 2 feet up the stalk, one is full of mildew, one is almost done so shes in my shed staying dry, and this one here took it like a complete champ. No pictures of the damage as i just didn't care to take any. Good luck with the harvests everyone. Im only gonna get 1 in this year, this white widow here needs at minimum 5 weeks to finish and weve already had temps in the mid to upper 30s at night so not holding out much hope.
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grnmtn

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Well, we had a wicked nasty storm last night, still raining now too. I didnt get around to staking up my plants, 8 footer snapped off like 2 feet up the stalk, one is full of mildew, one is almost done so shes in my shed staying dry, and this one here took it like a complete champ. No pictures of the damage as i just didn't care to take any. Good luck with the harvests everyone. Im only gonna get 1 in this year, this white widow here needs at minimum 5 weeks to finish and weve already had temps in the mid to upper 30s at night so not holding out much hope.
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Looks like your in the east too? Been getting hit hard.
 
HWH

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Well, we had a wicked nasty storm last night, still raining now too. I didnt get around to staking up my plants, 8 footer snapped off like 2 feet up the stalk, one is full of mildew, one is almost done so shes in my shed staying dry, and this one here took it like a complete champ. No pictures of the damage as i just didn't care to take any. Good luck with the harvests everyone. Im only gonna get 1 in this year, this white widow here needs at minimum 5 weeks to finish and weve already had temps in the mid to upper 30s at night so not holding out much hope.
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I’m scared to check mine this morning
 
Goodshit97

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I’m scared to check mine this morning
I was too, unfortunately it is what it is i guess. I run autos normally but was gifted 4 clones this spring so i said eff it and put them outside. Back to autos next year.
 
grnmtn

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Im an hour south of fryeburg,not anxious for the 40mph gusts tomorrow,and the last week of rain after a dry summer...its all coming apart here in maine at the end
Same in mid vt. After week of rain the cold and damp is coming. Agreed, was a perfect summer.
 
Southernuncle21

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Getting hit hard in central Massachusetts. Heavy rains, cold weather coming. So far no storm damage, only bud rot issues from moisture. Summer was dry and hot and the middle of September everything went to shit. I need two more weeks but I don't think it's going to happen. NE fall is here and the bipolar shit weather has arrived lol
 

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