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Jack Herer, outdoors

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This year, when she started to flower, I took out the huge fan leaves. Still lotsa leaves left, but now the light can get through. Also, a friend pointed out that fruit- and flowerbearing plants shouldn't be all that comfortable. They need to feel they're gonna have to work to procreate. And the fruit and the flowers are their way to procreate.

Made sense to me.

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hehe another year another plant :) I hope we will see some nice pictures this year too ! how has been the season so far?

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The season started off cold and rainy, but the past month has been great with temps over 30 Celsius. The Lady is over six feet tall now and doing great.

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sounds good :)

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She's over 2 meters now and that'll never fit on a picture. That said, I hope you'll allow me to show off this year's Lady with a pic from below and one that shows the early start of flowering.

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haha of course you are even allowed to share 10 more pictures if you wish :P

Thanks for the lil pics looks like a nice lady once again!

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Whoa, 10 more? Thanks, brother Dust! Here's what I did when the soil started to look and feel like a felt rug: I took some pieces of garden hose, made holes in them and put 'em in the ground. Hoping that this way, water and air would get in more easily.

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I also climbed up a chair and took this one from above:

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nice idea with the hoes i've seen a few people do this already i don't see why it wouldn't work :)

thanks for the little extra pics ;) 8 pics left allowed :P

Have a good grow

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Thing is, the balcony is pretty small and she's grown about 7 foot, so that'll never fit in a picture. Unless Arjen rents me a helicopter, of course ;-)

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haha i don't even think he has one :P

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Like I said earlier, the Lady has grown too tall to fit in a picture. So I got real close and personal with her to shoot this flower power picca. My guess is 5 to 6 weeks before harvest.

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Just in time for the calm nice autumn sun..Hope we get lots of sun in the mean time..

Will supply you good hehe

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nice little buds :) Let's hope now the 5 6 weeks will be sunny and warm :)

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nice little buds :) Let's hope now the 5 6 weeks will be sunny and warm :)

Dunno about warm, after all, this is Holland ;-) But I'm sure there's still some sun for us left.

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I just LOVE Jack Herer. The smells that those ladies create is amazing and a 6 month prperly cured JH puffs oh so good. :ok:

Your ladie looks great and healthy. Well done brother

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Temperatures are dropping, but hopes for a sweet and sunny Indian Summer are still up.

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Had to go to the neighbours balcony, across the street, to shoot these pictures. Good thing I got me a long-focus lense nowadays. And yes, the skies have been pretty gray lately, with lots of rain. But there's some nice days coming up, with temperatures rising again, so I'm really gonna try to wait a while longer before harvesting. It can't hurt the resin production, methinks.

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haha lucky you have a nice neighbor that don't come steal it ^^ Looking nice and big thanks for the nice pic! :D

Have a good grow for sure she will enjo some extra weeks ;)

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Nice - for all you Jack lovers. Here is a sample from my remaining JH - Autos from royal queens seeds - smells exactly like you expect good herb to smell like, burns properly an gets you high.. what else could we hope for ? More of the same

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Boah, just doubleclicked on the picture above - that#s the trick .. sheer amount of frost freaks me out. This is properly cured by now and I remember the first few weeks the buds were shining with a silvery shimmer - no i know why - Never under estimate todays autos ! this stuff is freaky strong and resembles the original strains amazingly good - 10 weeks from seed turn into a seedling...Not bad heh ?

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Boah, just doubleclicked on the picture above - that#s the trick .. sheer amount of frost freaks me out. This is properly cured by now and I remember the first few weeks the buds were shining with a silvery shimmer - no i know why - Never under estimate todays autos ! this stuff is freaky strong and resembles the original strains amazingly good - 10 weeks from seed turn into a seedling...Not bad heh ?

Only 10 weeks? Can't help thinking you must have grown it indoors. Mine started out with a seed in March and will probably be ready in a few weeks, somewhere around the next full moon. Great looking buds you've got there, BTW.

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Al good things come to those who wait, they say. So, while the flowers are getting heavier, tighter and stickier every day, I'm gonna try and wait just a little while longer before harvesting.

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