Guanogusano

GERMANY. Help in identifying unknown strain

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Hi there you growing army!

Here my outdoor crop 2017. Begin to flourish at end of August. 3 pretty big mothers and some other Medium size ladies. Strains unknown...anybody recognizes any familiar traits or faces? It´s my third outdoor harvest and with the time it only gets more exciting and better. I prepared the soil at least 6 months before spring came in.....thats around the time I was harvesting last time. I didnt have to care about measuring ph or any other thing...just water from rain and dechlorized, lots of compost water, diluted pee, and guano teas during floration.

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Guanogusano,

 

I cannot determine the strain, but I will say you have done a wonderful job growing that plant, especially considering the small pot size and the fact that you are where you are (lattitude).

Also, the weather this year had to have helped a great deal, with the unusually long summer-like weather this year.

 

I wish I could grow outdoors, but my neighbors are a bit nosey, and my wife would raise hell.

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19 hours ago, Cannabissapean said:

Guanogusano,

 

I cannot determine the strain, but I will say you have done a wonderful job growing that plant, especially considering the small pot size and the fact that you are where you are (lattitude).

Also, the weather this year had to have helped a great deal, with the unusually long summer-like weather this year.

 

I wish I could grow outdoors, but my neighbors are a bit nosey, and my wife would raise hell.

Yes...theres a lot of time, love and dedication involved in this crop...also was it necessary to share my time optimally among wife, kidz, work and plants for such satisfactory results!!! I unterstand growing as a whole...which means, a complex synchronization of vibrations at different levels....know what I mean? IT aint easy!!

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Yes, I know what you mean.  To do it right, one must pay close attention on a daily basis to detect problems and react quickly.

 

I just made a mistake and forgot to check for just one day, now I am hit with a spider-mite infestation.  Battling that by removing large amounts of pre-flowers and entire stems with pre-flowers, very disappointing loss, and aggressive spraying with pyrethrin.  Shucks!

 

That's all it takes, just one day's lack of attention.

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