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Mykol76

Passion#1 outdoor growing

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The following images of passion # 1 plant, gresciute for 4 weeks inside.

For about a week were transplanted outside.

The immage start from data 23/04 > 01/05

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seeems like you have a nice spot man, looks clean and plenty of space to grow big trees :D

Thanks for making a journal keep us updated ono her growth i ish you a nice outdoor season!

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Yes, I was sorry, but I had to cut a few trees to make this space.

But I've already apologized to mother nature. :)

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seem they liked the rain finally ^^

Thanks for the news man

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very nice fan leaves man! seems like so far she is liking the season :)

thanks for the lil news hope she keeps going this good

Have a good grow

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Indeed, according to my calculations would not have had to go into bloom now.

But if they do, I do not mind.

I just hope that they, not reconsider. hehehe :D

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I absolutely love the thick, dark green Indica leaves on the short bushy plant in the original

Pictures at the top of this post. The pic after the one of the pot in the floor. The plant looks really happy and those leaves!!!

Great job! Are they all Passion No#1?

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I absolutely love the thick, dark green Indica leaves on the short bushy plant in the original

Pictures at the top of this post. The pic after the one of the pot in the floor. The plant looks really happy and those leaves!!!

Great job! Are they all Passion No#1?

You are all passion # 1, 8 plants in total.

Some are a little more low in stature because it was left behind, already before transplantation.

But anyway have regained lost ground.

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very nice growth man those laies are getting a nice size already :) looks like they will be tall girls ^^

Thanks for the enws man i hope the secondary stem will soon develop nicely and make some big bush ;)

Have a good grow

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Thanks dust,

we try to do always our best.

I is the first time I grow this plant, and I'm very curious to see it grow. :D

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Thanks dust,

we try to do always our best.

I is the first time I grow this plant, and I'm very curious to see it grow. :D

I grew Passion no.1 last year and topped the main cola and they still grew to 220-250cm. (Mid may to late Sept)

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I grew Passion no.1 last year and topped the main cola and they still grew to 220-250cm. (Mid may to late Sept)

people say that this plant blooms in 6 weeks.

Do you think this indication is correct?

I planted in late April, as the temperature has allowed me, and the plants are in bloom for a week.

Although according to my calculations avreebbero have started to bloom in late june / early July, to be ready in late August.

What I have left is to wait and see.

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this time I have gone a bit too much with the images. :)

We are still waiting to arrive a few days of sun, 3 weeks of rain and cloudy weather, is not the best at this time.

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hehe tell me about it finally can enjoy some rest under the sun too ^^ Good to see the ladies will benefit from it too ;)

Thanks for the news man have a good grow

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Looking good Mycol !

I was wondering if they are semi auto or do you live near the equator !! How come they are flowering so much at this point ?

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Yeah it´s looking good. Some trees you have there :D.

Peace & Smoke

Brother Jimmy

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I've transplanted outside, the last week of April, and I thought it would grow until early July, but after a month of growing out, I realized that the plants were coming into bloom.

the month of May in my part it was a winter month, the days seemed to be shortened, rather than lengthened.

perhaps because of this the plants were induced in flowering involuntarily.

In fact, now that the weather is back to normal, it seems that plants have started to grow again, maybe it is said to revegetation.

However, the seeds are not automatic, they are regular seeds.

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