New Here - Outdoor Grower

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Rooke

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Looks good, man! Since you asked about organic feeding in flower, I will address that.

I use Neptune’s Harvest Rose and Flower (1oz/gallon). 4oz for four gallons per plant at this stage.

You can use a fertigation bucket with a bit of hose to get the juice where it needs to go. I shoot it straight into the root ball.
Hello fellow farmer welcome to the farm where we are happy to help you succeed!!!
 
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Just had to update. Over ten feet now. Amazing differences in maturity among the girls. Littlest is about ready to harvest. Biggest is barely budding. All germinated simultaneously.
Tricomes on my most mature girl today… I see a single brown and plan to harvest her when I see 20% brown, sound right?
 
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coolslayer

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And this guide:

 
Trash_2002

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Tarping your outdoor(photo) plants to simulate 12/12 lighting will advance your budding cycle. You can actually get two harvests outdoors in certain climates this way...
In fact we can harvest all year around if you veg them indoors 24h of light for at least 2 months than transplant them outside, they will always flower with the abrupt change of light cycle, they never reveged for me this way all year around, I live in a sunny tropical country tho. Also worth saying that I didn't do that with any very pure sativa always hybrids.
 
coolslayer

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In fact we can harvest all year around if you veg them indoors 24h of light for at least 2 months than transplant them outside, they will always flower with the abrupt change of light cycle, they never reveged for me this way all year around, I live in a sunny tropical country tho. Also worth saying that I didn't do that with any very pure sativa always hybrids.
I just assumed they were referring to all outdoor growing as that is the thread title. Some folks are unable to grow indoors, fortunate that you can.
 
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Tricomes on my most mature girl today… I see a single brown and plan to harvest her when I see 20% brown, sound right?
There is a lot more to judging when to harvest, then just try combs! Do your research, as I know you will! Especially outdoors!
 
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Welcome to the Farm, from another old guy in MA. I didn't grow outside this year, but seeing your pics, I kinda wish I did!
The wet summer may be part of it. I was feeding them Big Bloom per the old Fox Farms schedule at first, but the growth went nuts as the rains kept coming, so I just stopped feeding and watering altogether. Now that it’s later and dryer and bloom time, I’m trying to keep them a bit hungry and thirsty.
 
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In fact we can harvest all year around if you veg them indoors 24h of light for at least 2 months than transplant them outside, they will always flower with the abrupt change of light cycle, they never reveged for me this way all year around, I live in a sunny tropical country tho. Also worth saying that I didn't do that with any very pure sativa always hybrids.
Thanks, I love this idea and might plant one or two at New Year’s!
 
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Tricomes on my most mature girl today… I see a single brown and plan to harvest her when I see 20% brown, sound right?
Another update because it was a nice sunset…

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The Mature Girl seems to be totally cannibalizing herself to create buds. She is the source of the recent trichome pr0n.
 
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Thanks, I love this idea and might plant one or two at New Year’s!
Nice if your weather is good all year make use of it heheheh
Just let em veg for at least 2 months indoor or until you see pre flowers showing in veg before moving them out to their final pots.
Veg them with 400w or 600w of Metal Halide bulb (40 or 60cm from the canopy).
 
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Nice if your weather is good all year make use of it heheheh
Just let em veg for at least 2 months indoor or until you see pre flowers showing in veg before moving them out to their final pots.
Veg them with 400w or 600w of Metal Halide bulbs (40 or 60cm from the canopy).
OK, here in Massachusetts that sounds more like a Valentine’s Day or St. Patrick’s Day germination.
 

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