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The Church, Himalaya Gold, Big Bang & Blue Hash Outdoor Grow

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I was just out in midday to check how much sunlight they are getting and the plants are doing fine, there was a cold front that moved in so the temperature dropped to 9C at two nights in a row so some of the plants have started to change color however the temperature today reached to 26C so they are doing great.

The Big Bang, Himalaya Gold and Blue Hash have changed color a bit so I think towards autumn they will be a lot more color on the plants, will be interesting to see what happens. I was very surprised that the Big Bang plants have slightly changed color on the stem and some leaves.

I gave them a good feeding of Greenhouse Feed biobloom so let's see how things change

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I've been a bit busy so I haven't been able to post as much as I used to however the plants are coming along great.

Compared to the rest of Europe the heatwave never came to Sweden so it's been a typical Swedish summer with some warm days and some rainy days, the temperature is starting to drop however I am really hoping that it's warm until the end of september.

One of the Church plants as well as the only remaining Himalaya Gold and the Blue Hash are over 2 meters now. There is one Big Bang that is a slow grower, it's very short compared to the others

The smell is covered by the smell of swamp and it's only when you are actually standing beside the plants that you smell it, the reeds are over 3 meters tall so you can't see the plants from the edge of the swamp.

All of the plants show sativa features in the leaves and height compared to the Sweet Valley Kush which have wide fan leaves and smell kushy.

 

 

Be sure to check my other plants on the link below



These pictures were taken a couple of days earlier, I went out to water them because it was warm 3 days in a row so a couple of the plants were very thirsty.

 

The Church

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Big Bang

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Big Bang in front and The Church in the back

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The Church

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Himalaya Gold

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Blue Hash

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These pictures were taken from this evening

 

The Church

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The Church on the left and Big Bang on the right

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Big Bang

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Himalaya Gold

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Blue Hash in the front with two Sweet Valley Kush in the back

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One of the Big Bang's that needed support and grew sideways

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The tallest Church

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Big Bang

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Himalaya Gold

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Blue Hash

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The Church plants

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I haven't updated for a bit but it's because I don't need to water due to rain however I went to take a look today, some of the plants are reaching over 2.5 meters and are starting to show signs of flowering but the temperature keeps plummeting and it's starting to feel like autumn, I am hoping that autumn is forgiving this season and that the plants can be out until the end of September or mid October.

I also gave the plants a little extra blood meal and bat guano because they seem like they need it

 

The Church plants

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Himalaya Gold on the left and Blue Hash on the right

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Big Bang plants

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Big Bang plant

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Big Bang plants

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Blue Hash in front and Sweet Valley Kush in the back

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Himalaya Gold

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The tallest plant of them all, a The Church plant

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