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Welcome all Brothers and Sisters! f8968ecaf1f5da85e17966d3e0554486.gif

Welcome to my outdoor report, season 2014. All we were looking forward to the season, big plants and delicious buds of this year, because such plants to grow indoors is not obtained.

I think all winter were practicing in Indore sensemili have grown for themselves, but those who have tried marijuana with Outdoor, he does not forget this and force aromatic.

Growing conditions: flagdja.gif

Lighting - the sun. 80,000 lumens, full spectrum. On vega 5 am to 11 pm, on flowering with 7.40 am to 8 pm

Substrate - soil composting since last year, green manure a structured type rye and clover.

Fertilizer - chicken manure, 40 kg flooded with boiling water and closed the lid for maximum preservation of nitrogen, cannabiogen Delta 9, Hessi bloom-complex, Hesi Super Vit

Pest control - Cannacure and ladybirds.
 
Drying and post-harvest handling - specially prepared room, airflow system. Synthetic material with a cell 80-120 microns for the production of hashish. Now still worried over Autotrim

embarased.gif Varieties marijuana planned to disembark:

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Now each class separately:
 
1) Afghan Kush

Manufacturer: World of Seeds
Genetics: Afghani Kush
Variety: Indica
THC: 21.6%
Flowering Period: 6-8 weeks
Harvest: October
In pack: 10 seeds
Gender: Original

2) Pakistan Valley

Manufacturer: World of Seeds
Genetics: Hindu Kush
Variety: Indica
THC: 21.2%
Flowering Period: 6-7 weeks
Harvest: October
In pack: 10 seeds
Gender: Original

3) Ladyburn 1974 fem

manufacturer: Greenhouse
Variety: Indica
THC content: 22%
Flowering Period: 9 weeks
Harvest: September
Packing: 5 seeds
Sex: feminized

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4) Papaya

Manufacturer: Nirvana Seeds
Type: Indica mix (85%) and sativa (15%)
Flowering period: short (45 - 55 days)
Climate cultivation: wet (cooling / heating)
Number of harvest: 500/600 (g / m ²)
THC level: extremely high
Height of plant: compact

5) Pure Afghan Regular Seeds

Type: Indica 100%
Manufacturer: DNA Genetics
Flowering Period: 7-8 weeks
Climate cultivation:; hot \ extremely hot
Number of harvest: 700/900 (g / m ²)
THC level: 22%
Plant height: Medium

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6) White Russian

Manufacturer: errorsseeds:
Genetics: AK47 x White Widow
Type: in-mostly Sativa hybrid.
Appearance: Very dense dark green buds with dark orange hairs. Some have purple hues. Completely covered with resin.
Smell: At first smell fruity, but then the smell changes and turns into a cheese flavor.
Taste: If inhaled, cheese and spicy taste, when you exhale very earthy and ja.

7) Aspara

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Variety comes from the Chui valley, very fragrant and powerful:

Autoblueberry (Dutch Passion), Auto AK and Auto SugarGom (Grass-O-Matic), Auto Little Cheese (Barney's Farm), and Auto variety from Error seeds

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All Peace and good Outdoor 2014!!!

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G'day mate, are you growing all of the above?, you have some of the same seeds i'am going to try in the spring.

all the best with ya grow bro.

peace Bushy

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Greetings friend, 

 

 

It seems that you will enjoy a large outdoor! 

Thanks for sharing, we will look at the evolution ;) 

 

Greetings!

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Hey Godess T very nice strain variety and plan for the season :) i wish you all the best and safe growing :)

Will chat to you soon about the ladybird breeding, what an excellent idea :)

peace out  

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Hi browsers! 

 
I want a little more to highlight subject of breeding ladybug
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The first thing you need for breeding - find laying ladybug
 
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Egg laying ladybug.
Beginning of the experiment on the cultivation of ladybirds in the home.
Gauze with egg-laying yellow oval mounted on top of the lid of the incubator.
In nature, ladybug leaves laying on the reverse side of the sheet. Seeing many take it for plant diseases and fight with affected leaves, destroying the future of beneficial insects, the most important crop DEFENDERS!
 
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Larvae first birthday
The appearance of a ladybug larvae on the third day after laying eggs!
This very rapid maturation in a home incubator.
I think this is due to the higher temperature regime. Cold air inhibits the development of natural climatic conditions. At night and in cold weather insects are immobilized, but in the warm favorable state activity increases.
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One day of life and the first molt!
One day and one night on the home farm in the accelerated development of three times compared to the natural habitat.
First molt on the second day of life from the moment of birth - is record time.
Dropping the skins of newborn larvae, baby has grown considerably, acquired bumps and tiny spots on the back, and in the first minutes of the transparent foot amazingly transformed the entire appearance of a stranger.
 
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BOT Ladybird - it bugs SECOND LIFE !
The most dangerous and active period of insect life in the larval stage of development.
Lack of wings does not allow to escape from enemies, have to rely on quick feet and cryptic coloring and finding enough food to pass long distances.
So the ability to hide too useful.
Difficult and dangerous period is accompanied by changes in external larvae during this time they molt several times . Finally grow twice larger than the present beetle.
Photos on the last day of the larval stage .
The incubator for the week of millimeter bugs rose more than a centimeter , which in vivo is rarely due to a lack of food.
 
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Be careful !
This larvae of ladybirds .
In this guise the beetle did not immediately know , but red spots on the sides should draw attention to themselves .
The larval stage of development ladybug antithesis adult guise, do not confuse with these predators of pests !
DEFENDERS OF THIS HARVEST army liquidators aphids psyllites , mealybugs , scale insects and mites. And it kills the larvae of Colorado potato beetle and other horticultural pests.
During his lifetime, one ladybug eats aphids several thousand \ ticks

It is easy to imagine what an invaluable help gardeners can bring this useful insect.
Be careful ! SAVE THEM!
These are our friends and protectors !
 
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BABY DOLL Ladybird - THIRD LIFE!
Pupa ladybug size and coloring is reminiscent of the beetle!
Foothold in plants tail, insect larva completely transformed.
She does not die, it's very much alive, even if fixed, but still very active inside a complex life cycle development!
 
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Cocoon ladybug. The very beginning of birth. The first minutes of birth.
The appearance of a ladybug!
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That's the most in the first few minutes of life!
HOLY LIGHT or beetle in mysterious and mysterious world of nature, in a new guise perfect magically transforms and incredibly, miraculously changes its appearance in front of us.
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This newborn Red ladybug!
So it looks in the first hours of his life:
- Yellow back and tummy
- Soft wings with subtle spots.
This remarkable vision and short!
And with drying wings color change, within three hours it will take the form familiar to us.
 
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From the beginning of the experiment until the day of departure ladybirds was exactly 15 days.
In terms of domestic incubator three times accelerated development of insects.
In the natural habitat of the entire development cycle with a complete metamorphosis required six weeks.
 
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PEACE!!!
 
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Really interesting, magical moments you have captured in pictures, thanks for sharing! :)

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Awsome man sounds great, will start up a little incubator for some babies when I get a chance to catch a ladybug :)

Thanks for post and info bro :)

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Awsome man sounds great, will start up a little incubator for some babies when I get a chance to catch a ladybug :)

Thanks for post and info bro :)

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Awesome piece on the Ladybugs man thanks for sharing, You should put this in a separate thread dedicated just to this, sure it could interest some people and make them breed their own ladybugs :)

 

And as far as the outdoor grow goess, i wish you the best for this season! lets hope you have lots of sun and fun ;)

Cheers

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Hi all

My collection expanded with two varieties of fine varieties - G13 Skunk and Wild Thailand

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Planting seedlings in the ground through planned -2 weeks

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May 4-5 is scheduled landing in soil and seed germination auto varieties

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Hi bro!

 

Looks good, but beware the high, pure sativa ... We will be attentive to the evolution! Thanks for sharing! ;)

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Amazing seed selection,and i love the predator bugs,i personally prefer mantids,but ladybugs are a very good solution.\

if i may ask,why do you plant in clear containers,surely this will inhibit initial root spread to the darker core of the container due to light penetration,and hence affect overall seedling growth,

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Good day brothers!
Yesterday smoked charas from aspara, very good plant variety

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Were also planted 12 plants out, 15 more plants in the grow box

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First auto varieties were sent to the germination

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Green mass of green manure was embedded soil

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To each well was poured 10 liters water, added compost and ash to stabilize PH

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Then planted 12 plants

1)Ladyburn 1974 fem

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2) Mazar

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3) Afghan Kush

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4) Pakistan Valley

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5) Pakistan Valley

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6) Afghan Kush

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7) Afghan Kush

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8) AK-48

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9) Pakistan Valley

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10) White Russian

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11) Ladyburn 1974 fem

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12) Pure Afghan Regular

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Everything was handled a means slugs and ants

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In addition organic compote already fermented ready to use

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peace to all!!!

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looks like a great spot with sun :) how many hours of sun do you have more or less?

 

Have a good grow ;)

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Hi all!
All plants were planted last time have taken root and evolve

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So took a new landing of party plants:

1) Aspara

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2) Aspara

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3) G-13

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4) Kush

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5) G-13

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6) Aspara

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7) Pakistan Valley

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8) LSD

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General view

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And irrigating - Water PH 5.5 ppm 170. +27 day, +19 night all week

Peace!

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Good day jahmans!

update my report. Last 3 days it rains, the plants are not watered, day temperature dropped to +16... brr

Photoperiod planted varieties continue its own development

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Were planted the first autovarieties:

1)Auto blueberry

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2)Auto blueberry

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3) Auto cheese

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4) Auto cheese

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5) Auto shark

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6) Auto big-bang

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7) Auto bomb

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8) Auto nefertiti

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9) Auto Lennon

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Peninsula horse, view from the top :king:

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Peace!

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Thanks friend for sharing, we expect temperatures to rise and everything runs correctly  :) 

 

I envy you, you have a beautiful place outdoors, where can grow, congratulations! 

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Jose.gh thanks dude!

 

I tried to buy seeds for the current season from Strain Hunters, but unfortunately it has not turned... third year I deduce your grade crossing with the local variety flowering in mid-August with the best Afghan Indica and other varieties mainly Indica.

this season to show what worked best flavor and aroma of classical indica with early flowering, without the gene Ruderalis.

Currently crossed varieties Aspara, pure Afghani and Red Dragon, I stabilized variety (name has not given) let's see what will grow.

 

Peace!

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Good day jahmans ))

I will update my report
Photo taken on Friday in the first half of the day. The sun was shining, the temperature was 35, nothing foreshadowed Rain ..
 
1) first field
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varieties - Ladyburn 1974 fem, Mazar, Afghan Kush, Pakistan Valley, Pakistan Valley, Afghan Kush, Afghan Kush, AK-48, Pakistan Valley, White Russian, Ladyburn 1974 fem, Pure Afghan Regular

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2) second field
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varieties - Aspara, Aspara, G-13, Kush, G-13, Aspara, Pakistan Valley, LSD,

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2) third field (auto)
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varieties - Auto blueberry, Auto blueberry, Auto cheese, Auto cheese, Auto shark (showed eggs, not yet cut), Auto big-bang, Auto bomb, Auto Nefertiti, Auto Lennon

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also auto varieties scattered across the site. varieties - Auto bomb, Auto Lennon, Auto big-bang, Auto blueberry, Auto cheese, Auto pipi, Auto Nefertiti, Auto blueberry, Auto blueberry, Auto cheese, Auto shark, Auto shark

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Sprayed against pests and began training

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Watering PH 5.5, 180 ppm, Fertilizers fermented chicken shit

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Peace to all!

 

PS: I forgot to update on my classes last year engaged in mixing the best local varieties and genotypes of the most liked me varieties store.

They were planted seeds

 Aspara - Red Dragon. variety named "The fiery wave"

Plant 1

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Plant 2

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Aspara - Shaman. variety named "meditation in the steppes"

Plant 1

 

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Plant 2

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Kyzyl-Orda - LSD-WW, variety named "demolished roof"

Plant 1

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Plant 2

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Plant 3

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Aspara - pure Afghanistan. variety named "event horizon"

Plant 1

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Plant 2

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Well, some of exo Botany :santaclaus:

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