Let's see your outdoor grow 2022

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Wolfe

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Year 7 running my seeds and they’re still killing it. I’ve still got 8 plants in here.
I put them out in the greenhouse in July and they got plenty big. 9th year recycled soil, re amended. All automated on pumps timers and a filter. I adjusted the timer once when it started flowering. No top dress. In house had a lousy germination rate for the black cherry punch and the Delux slurbet had one runt with a mediocre germination rate slightly better than the bcp. The Hendrix headband is a winnner. It remindse of the headband of old. It’s dank af. And I’ll be happy to run it again. I haven’t really put a lot of my skunkerine out but I did this year and they are monster plants for the amount of time they grew. Great season for me again this year. Oh and I spread the love, had a few people I gave extra plants and sent seeds to growing out my stuff this year.
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Skunkerine( my strain)
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gooeytang
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skunkerine
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Delux slurbet
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Hendrix headband #1
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Killer tang
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Gooey tang
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Gooeytang
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killer tang
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Black Cherry Punch
 
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shaganja

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Cut 2 down low yield good weed.
Only my gmo is still standing in my livingroom waiting to get done.
Cannot move her back outside due to this f#cking renovation of my appartement building.
Although I must say shes doen much better inside than outside with the dutch climate. Its mostly rain now and shes dry so thats a plus.
But my whole house has that gmo smel from only one plant.
She looks slightly overfed. A little claw action on your leaves.
 
shaganja

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Gnarly cold front thunderstorms, I’ve harvested the top, hoping the bottom will fill out, I had an idea as it was thundering in the distance! She’s dry and fine!
Love it!! Whatever you gotta do! Shanty or blind?
 
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Greenthumb58

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Finished harvesting the crazy glue took a bug hit halfway through flowering (devastating) that being said lemon juice and baking soda wash double rinse also found a fare amount of worm catipilar type. Lost a small amount here and there good learning experience for a first time outdoors Colo grow. Still have the top of a little bush Jungle pie little early no bug's yet. My big lemon Skunk took the brunt of the affids she's probably a total loss, heart breaking 💔 growers fault 100 %no excuse. Had fun seeing and reading what everyone had happing thanks happy harvesting.
 
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WhataMainah

WhataMainah

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I’m so stoked I’m done, 4 weekends 5 hrs a day trimming. I’m over it. Time to enjoy the fruits of my labor!
I can agree with this. Although this year I tried a salad bowl trimmer to do a wet trim right at chop, a wash and then 10 - 12 days in a mesh drying rack. It's definitely not a dispensary level trim but certainly good enough for my personal use, and it got me down to about an hour per plant (5-7 oz dried).
 
cpurola

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I’m so stoked I’m done, 4 weekends 5 hrs a day trimming. I’m over it. Time to enjoy the fruits of my labor!
Here, here! Me too! Soooo tired.
2 full weeks, everyday all day trimming, washing, and hanging. Had offers from friends to help but I had some minor bud rot issues and am a very persnickety person so had to do it all myself.
Once I get it all in storage I will be able to breathe and contemplate what to do with it all. 😉
 
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None of my plants ever yellow. Had my bed for 4 years now. I was beginning to think yellowing leaves isnt good. But this year, am running Acapulco gold outside. She has yellow leaves for sure. Of course nobody else. Can yellowing leaves be genetic? Perhaps some plants will always yellow? More growing creates more questions! Lol
 
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None of my plants ever yellow. Had my bed for 4 years now. I was beginning to think yellowing leaves isnt good. But this year, am running Acapulco gold outside. She has yellow leaves for sure. Of course nobody else. Can yellowing leaves be genetic? Perhaps some plants will always yellow? More growing creates more questions! Lol
I always have some strains that yellow and some that don't. I figure the ones that do just need more of the stored nutrients from the leaves. I've also noticed that the sativas yellow more as a whole, but I find they also usually have less leaves than the indicas, so maybe less to pull from so it's more noticeable? The sativas usually take longer too, so it's also possible we stop feeding a little too soon assuming they'll finish around the same time as everyone else... and they usually do not. My last lady standing is an Amnesia Lemon, Sativa dominant hybrid... and she's definitely had her fair share of yellowing leaves, I usually remove them once they're full yellow and start to degrade because PM and rot both love degrading plant material.
Just my stoned opinion lol. She's doing what she should do in the fall, showing off her colors. 😊
 
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None of my plants ever yellow. Had my bed for 4 years now. I was beginning to think yellowing leaves isnt good. But this year, am running Acapulco gold outside. She has yellow leaves for sure. Of course nobody else. Can yellowing leaves be genetic? Perhaps some plants will always yellow? More growing creates more questions! Lol
Yellowing leaves is nothing to worry about towards the end of flower, especially in soil, and especially outdoors. I find it desirable, myself, as I cringe when I see the harvest of a totally green plant. Barring N deficiency, which usually starts from the lower fan leaves up, it's part of the senescent nature of Cannabis; the yellow is genetic -- some plants fade into purples, and some plants actually get a darker shade of green when they fade. This has been my experience with years of growing plants in the same soil mixes, same runs, and seeing the differences in how they finish.
 
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