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Ice Dream - Outdoor Grow

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Best of luck buddy. I know you will make a great update for us soon whit a lot of pics ;)..

Peace

Jimmy

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It rained pretty much every day after I transplanted them but there was also bits of sunshine in between and the weekend just gone was sunny, today is sunny but later rain so they should have be bedded in nicely, I will go check them at some point this week to see how they are getting.

Toaor

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cool at least the rain must have settle the root nicely in the soil :)

I hope she will keep going strong ;)

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Day 53:

Hi Guys & Girls,

Time for an update, I managed to get out to see just how well or not the girls have bedded in to their new home for the summer and all is well.

All five are absolutely fine one is a little pale but still good so I put some slow release Nutrient sticks in the soil around each plant, five sticks per plant, I've attached a picture of the spikes NPK information.

I will not go back now for at least another couple of weeks now I know they are OK, I don't want to be seen around the area too much as their are houses within 200m from my spot but they hidden by other plants and trees, so I have to park my car and walk past a line of houses to get to two of my spots.

Anyway here's the pics.

Toaor

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Looks great buddy. Best of luck :)...

Peace

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Loved the disposition you planted them, seems something that belong there, I think it was on purpose from you.

Toaor I think it would be nice to remove those dead and dry leaves for shade, and put some stones instead. Dead leaves atracts fungus and small bugs!

Good luck!

Take care

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Yah man, looking nice they have settled nicely in the ground :)

Like you said they do look a little pale and could take some nute, let's hope your stick will give them joy :D

Don't forget to take pics next time you will go ;)

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Hey Guys & Girls,

Managed to get out to the girls last night just as sun went down and gave them a mix of GHSC Indica Nutrient powder, 10ml to 10l water with a little Canna Rhizotonic for their root systems.

As you can see from pics they're still ok but not doing brilliant, some brown spots on leaves, pale yellowing leaves, I think there is very little natural nutes in the ground so we'll see what the GH mix does for them.

Here's the pics I took.

Toaor

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oh yeah indeed those are some serious spots on the leaves :( poor little girls seem hungry.

I hope they will like the powder i'm pretty sure they will ;)

Keep us updated on how she does,

Have a good grow

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Im sure the next time you back they would have improved after your nutes. Good luck

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Day 79:

Hi Guys & Girls,

I finally managed to get out to see my guerilla grow ice Dreams after about three weeks of rain they've survived, not doing great but doing ok, I stuck some more of those nutrient feed sticks in ground around them and cleared away some surrounding growth.

Here's the pics.

Toaor

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thanks for the pics :)

I didn't have a very very sunny spring neither, glad to see the girls managed it ^^

do you notice you girl eat the nutes you give them with those sticks?

Have a good grow ;)

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Hey Dust,

Can't tell whether nutrient sticks have done much as they are below surface of soil so can't see if they've dissolved but looking at a few of the plants the leaves look like they could have a bit of nutrient burn so maybe, I put another 3 around each plant last night.

They've at least doubled or trebled in height since last visit 21 days ago biggest problem has been lack of sunshine, too much cloudy skies or just raining but Ice Dreams aren't ready till end of September outdoors so there's still months to go yet and they have plenty of time to get bigger and no matter what size they are now they'll double or treble in flowering, which they won't even start till around end of July so have at least 6 more weeks of vegging.

I really don't think the soil in my spot is very good, I think it's not deep enough, is laid over stones or is so compacted that roots have problem digging in and down deep, need to find myself some new spots for the three Big Bangs I have in greenhouse that I want to get out soon.

All the best mate

Toaor

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Hey Guys & Girls, time for another update.

Bad news is the plants have hardly grown at all and look worse then previous visit !!!

I don't know why, it's not nutrients as they have plenty so can only think the soil is not deep enough and has stones etc underneath so rooots can't get down to produce good strong plants.

Any other ideas/suggestions welcome, as I'm now just going to leave them to do whatever they do, not worth taking the time or the risk going out to see them as they currently look like they'll produce about 7gms of bud !!!

Anyway here's the pics.

Toaor

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damn too bad for those girls!!

Could it be that they have too much nutrient?

Hope they'll still give you something smokable :)

Have a good wild grow

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Tokage; Only these five Ice Dreams out guerilla grow, I changed my Big Bang guerillas to greenhouse along with one Ice Dream and one White Rhino x Skunk#1, that's all I have apart from five Creamatics inn tent and three NL autos in germination cubes now, should be popping surface tomorrow.

Toaor.

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Hey Guys & Girls,

Time for an update on the guerilla girls but realistically not even worth taking the time to put up, very disappointing results.

I popped out to see them last night after about 2 months of not visiting them and there was I thinking I'd be going to see meter tall plants with buds starting all over but no, they were no taller than 60cms, absolutely no leave of growth up the stem just growth at the very top.

They were so bad I just pulled them up as they aren't going to do anything, I'll be lucky if I two joints worth of bud off them, definitely never going to grow in that spot again the soil must be absolute shit or maybe it was the nutrient sticks I put in the ground possibly over nuting them.

Here's some pics of the total harvest off all five.

Toaor

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erf indeed not looking very happy :s

sorry to hear man, hope next year will be better ;)

hopefully you still have many to come :D

have a good grow

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Hey Dust, yeah very disappointing got to rely on the Big Bangs, Ice Dream and White Rhino x Skunk#1 in greenhouse.

All the best my friend.

Toaor

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Hey Tokage, how's you bud?

I don't think it has anything to do with the weather, I think it is the soil !!!

It's a man made side of railway and speaking to friend of mine who worked on railways, tells me they use the shittest soil going and plant only hardy shrubs and slow small trees, which is is ok for.

I tried using the nutrient sticks but don't think they've made any real difference, apart from maybe over feeding the soil but again I don't think so as the nutrient sticks are only 8.5 Nitrogen and lower P & K, so don't think that could over feed, do you?

I will not grow there again unless I can get in there March/April to dig it over and put some decent soil down, it's great spot easy access and not somewhere people will go naturally as you have to go through fence but obviously the soil is shit !!

All the best my friend.

Toaor

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