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Hey hey hey New run of girlies. I met this nice guy Louie at a party and he gave me my first proper dabs. (Dabs are not very common in my country). He gave me three seeds of some dank he had bought some time back. Only one seed popped, so you can imagine i was little nervous that one seed got potted outside and turned out to be female! Happy days, so in the fall i snipped some clones. And now as the green love potion has left the flower room it is time to see how louie's skunk will flower The mother was left outside to see how it would flower. And it seems it will be
The plant in the blue container was a seed from an oz of something called Jamaican Jam I bought from one of the recreational stores. There were about a dozen gorgeous viable seeds in the oz, I sprouted them all picked the best looking one and gave the rest away since I allready have more than enough plants for the season. The smaller plant in the other picture was a seed from a bag of something called locktite. This one I actually just poked into the soil of my vegetable garden and forgot about it then one day there was a cannibas plant there 😀 when I took the picture it was being pelted with
So, it has come the time to share my current experience. I already grew some (21 plants, actually) weed 7 years ago. I was 17 back then, and had no idea how to grow, what would've come out of it, how many mistakes could the plant forgive, and so on. I was a stupid kind of guy, i guess. In my first grow, my "mother" took 6 long months to get out of the Veg phase. We started it in February, and she went into flowering only half way into August. I say we 'cause i wasn't alone doing it, of course. I had my uncle, back then, but that's another story. Anyway, that mother (Cherry was her name
posting pics and some details bout this years outdoor and greenhouse grows. Plants, for the most part, were started under lights in the second week of april, and got planted in their permanent home on june 1st, with the exception of some clones and some late started seeds to replace unwanted males. greenhouse plants were started in 5 gallon buckets in fox farm ocean forest soil mix. Bottoms of buckets were cut off and placed over the natural soil to allow roots to expand into the dirt. during transplant a hand full of bat guano 9-3-1 was placed at the rootball of all plants, greenhouse and