masterbear

South African sativa grow outdoors-first time

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Hi everyone I am a first time grower in SA and planted around end August start of October 2015. I am at 150 days of vegetative growth and now first signs of flowering have appeared this week I have a few photo updates on veg state 2 weeks ago and currently. This is from 2 weeks ago:

First image is two of the first planted one has purple stem and started signs of flowering first, the other is same size and looking healthy. The rectangular pot is all the seeds found in some Red Swazi about 20 plants growing together all sprouted by mistake and I am going with it! Last pot is planted at end October Sour Diesel which has shot up as tall as my marijuana forest in 2 months. I will take current plat photos and post today. Others are photos of purple stem (don't know strain :/) and some of other. I keep them on the chairs because there are tiny green grasshoppers that love my bud leaves they look juicy don't they!

Previously during flowering stage used Seagro plant nutrients very Eco friendly and Organic seaweed base NPK and micro nutes. I ran out of this and purchased more today had 200ml and used 5ml per liter every 36 hours. I like this fert because it even states it doesn't burn plant if mixed over ratio.

Also got some guano organic fertilizer tea which smells like hydrogen sulphide (egg-fart) mixing 15ml per 1liter bi-daily 48hours.

Been working hard only ladies, let me know how I am doing and open for comments and suggestions.

Was thinking about force flowering at this stage with a perforated black shadow net?

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Here is an update on the current plants and sizes two weeks later! First is of two in one pot and then magical marihuana forest, lastly my favorite girl SD or I call her Moses she has jumped up and responded so well to seagro nutes.

I need some feedback on tiny green pot should I increase size or would it sustain the grow? Abt size of a gallon jug?

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Trips need to be part of your bucket list for sure make SA one and you have a place to stay it's only a pleasure helping like I said wife is from GA so I'm used to it! So adding some of the leaves and internode shots so you can see diff. First is MJ Forest then diesel and lastly my two female anonymous' WW & DP.

Photos go in order as follows:

This is first Swazi leaves

This is another leaf same forest

then a fatter indica looking leaf same forest

the Swazi/red Swazi Forest!

Happy in their new home

Sour Diesel from above

Sour diesel leaf

Sour diesel main cola

SD main cola believe this could be White widow cross

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