Maffro

AutoWorldCup AutoBomb Outdoors

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it's been rough for a lot of people it seems! but well here where i live it seems it finally got better i hope it will be the same for you :D

Have a good grow thanks for the news

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Ok so heres this weeks report, after germinating i put 3 under a cloche (small transparent tent for plants!) to see how they would do, they survived and today i took the best one out and tiered it into a big planter.

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Cloche

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Girls in da Cloche ! Think these are just under 3 weeks old with maybe one week indoors.

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The tiered one is obviously the small one in the big planter. The other small ones are cloched fresian dews and the big one is the "runt" of my April fresian litter.

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Tried some powder feed on Sunday, just a wee bit but this autobomb didnt like it ! Ive flushed her and transplanted her, once she recovers she'll be out

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One on the right hasnt been touched or fed and seems alot happier !

Hey Dust i see auto seeds are going out to the outdoor cup now ? whats happening there then ?

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hi man yes of course you can put autoflowering strains in the outdoor cup too, as long as they flower outdoor it is possible to enter :)

Thnks for the news on the ladies man they seem to do fine! Except the one with the little yellowing and necrosis maybe it was too young for her.

Have a good grow keep us updated ;)

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Very nice start Maffro, and nice to see an outdoor auto grow :) Really liking the cloche grow tent, looks like a great way to help start them outdoors! Keep up the nice work and best of luck, I'm really looking forward to this one!!

Peace

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Nice one Smokey, yea the cloches are handy if youve got no alternative but the amount of sunshine this year isnt good ! Think for photoperiod plants they are better but judging by the size of some of the autos in this comp at day 30 the best thing is a dedicated grow room with halide or led, not really that inpressed with my fluro !

Hey mininexus thanx for stopping by I think mama nature is being stingy with the sunshine up to now !

Dust the only reason i was asking is im sure somewhere it says no autos inthe outdoor cup ? Could be wrong or the rules may have altered ? Anyway im staying here in this comp if thats ok ?

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The difference a pransplant makes ! These 2 used to be in the same pot but the little one was very carefully taken out and you can see the result

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maybe your memory has been altered by CIA agent and you don't remember!! haha ;) no really i don't think it has ever been on the outdoor cup that autos are forbidden, there is something saying that you MUST flower outdoor maybe it's on this part you got confused?

Anyways, photos, autos, as long as the buds grow outdoor and are from GHS you can enter ;)

Have a good grow

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This week ive noticed that one plant hasnt grown much and looking a bit down in the dumps - then tonight while uploading my pics i notice some fuzz and scratches on the screen ! after looking closer the plant is covered in cat hairs !

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Look close and you can see !

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One lucky girl is going out to play green ops this weekend - if it stops raining that is.

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Thought id drop in on the cloche grown autobombs, not looking too good, the cloche either isnt letting in enough light or more probable the sun isnt generating enough light ! The plants stretch and are weak and the side branches are non existant. Anyroad it will be interesting to see what they produce in the next 8 weeks now they are out.

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Heat wave forecast for this weekend so might get some growth going on WOOOOOOOOO !

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Only one left indoors now, will give the big girl some of that powderfeed this weekend once the pots have dried out a little

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hi man thanks for the news :) Everything seems fine season is doing it's job :) and i hope it will continue ;)

Get ready for the heat wave ;)

Have a good grow

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The whole team is out basking in the sunshine, heres the state of play

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Auto bomb chilling with a stunted super cali haze which is flowering.

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These 4 had the most indoor time, transplanting has taken its toll on two but should get something !

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Best top

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Best of the cloche autobombs, no signs of flowering so might get a better size on this one

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Bringing up the rear ! Cloche grown autos a long way behind.

Good weather here for a week so should see some improvements. Have fed or watered them all today, will powder feed the bigger ones next weekend, im giving the little ones quater strength seaweed extract and the big ones half strength. im having a break from smoking till these are done, house inspection this week and the grass on the street is cack - fishing and reading till these come down !

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Looking good, hope the good weather lasts, amazing how quick they grow outside given the right conditions.

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So a heat wave has come and had a good effect on one girl inparticular

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Shes the one on the left in the last posts group shot, think shes trippled in size !

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I think these two had a couple of transplants and suffered too much, i think i will not feed these and smoke the both of them in one spliff to celebrate the 1st weed of the year !! Pretty sure these will be 1st to finish !!

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Group shot

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Nice smells coming through now, a little different to the big bang from last year.

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nice grow man they are lovely

keep it up bro

PEACE

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So tonight i visited the cloche autobombs, they have grown alot in this heat wave and havent shown sex yet hopefully these will yield some tasty buds ! one is in the shade a little and is not going to give much

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Will take some powder feed to this spot, these two girls are pretty similar in most ways and will be ideal for a comparison grow maybe the greenhouse feed vs organic ferts ? So judging by these girls now growing autos indoors for a week and then using a cloch can work, dont know if multiple crops are possible in the north of Europe but one defo is, i suppose you ride your luck with the weather anyway !

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The heat wave seems to have hit many of us growers all over the world. It is good to see its affecting your plants in a positive way :) best of luck bro, I hope they are all ladies and give you some tasty smoke!

Peace

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HAve only tablet, have tsken screen shots off ps3 eith tablet camera

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Mould in a heat wave! Bomb on the left still looksgood, more later

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Yeah sorry abou that last post couldnt transfer pics from my camera to my tablet so i tried taking a photos of photos displayed on the tv !

Anyroads the best flowering autobomb had moulded right through top to bottom and inside out - rescued about half but its only a couple of grams, smoking some ps3 dried mini nugs now - not too bad i must say. Heres the photos good n proper

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Got some more ill put em up in a bit

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Heres the cloche grown girrls, ones a good size while ones slowed down

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Best of the two, very similar to the big girl at the other spot sizewise

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Smaller one

Lots of rain here now so will have to up the game and get the slug pellets and cut some of the surrounding foliage down. A bit gutted about the mould but atleast ive got a smoke !

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Ah bro molds frustrating, I feel for ya :( At least you got a little bit of smoke from her. I hope the rain slows where you are and conditions improve. The big girl looks very promising :) Best of luck with the rest of the ladies!

Peace

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damn man sorry to hear for the mold! you really had a lot of rain or you think it was sensitiv? usually autobomb does pretty good

Have a good smoke and grow

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Well the mould strikes again ! 2 more down, two little ones moulded through

Hey dust that 1st one to mould was the day before the rains came, i think its the spot but two still in there and seem to be doing ok

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Little and large

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Littles top

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Big top !

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Some mouldshots

Well its now August and ive lost 50 % of the plants i germinated which is about right for a Welshstealth grow, 2 im not expecting anything from, 2 ok ok plants and one banger.

Insect battles have ended and the mouldwars begin.

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Ah bro molds frustrating, I feel for ya :( At least you got a little bit of smoke from her. I hope the rain slows where you are and conditions improve. The big girl looks very promising :) Best of luck with the rest of the ladies!

Peace

I hear you brothers bloody pain in the arse, the big one is looking very good. Luckily only stikes indoor for me, - outdoor it's been to hot , keep drying out, about 200 mile south of cardiff

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damn sad to see this man, so you chopped them? i see you say 2 more down.

Fingers crossed for your 2 other ladies man have a good grow!

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