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  1. #1 Ganjasauras, Jan 28, 2014
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    Outdoor guerilla grow.. Biddyearly Strain. Starting out indoors, soon to be transplanted to unsuspecting farmers' fields

     

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  2. #2 Ganjasauras, Jan 28, 2014
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    Day 4 after getting the 6 biddy early seeds. 36 hours wet paper towel germination and once taproot emerged stuck into a mix of potting compost and vermiculite. More pics to come..... Sent from my HTC One using Grasscity Forum mobile app
     
  3. #3 Ganjasauras, Jan 29, 2014
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    Day 5
     
    All but 1 have broken through and are looking healthy, will be under fluorescent lighting until true leaves appear and then a few weeks of 600 watt MH until the weather gets a little milder...at which point hopefully the local farmers will have fertilized and planted crops to aid the camouflage of these babies
     
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  4. All 6 have sprouted... Looking forward to this. More photos in a week's time :)Sent from my HTC One using Grasscity Forum mobile app
     

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  5. Im not sure of your local laws but be careful its not cow corn and is sprayed with goverment waved pesticides out of your local area :) Be careful out there happy plantin
     
  6. Thanks for the advice dead skunk.. I'll be careful. Transplanted to new containers and looking healthy. Sent from my HTC One using Grasscity Forum mobile app
     

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  8. Shaping up nicely, still too early to put outside though. Another 3/4 weeks and these babies will be subjected to the full ferocity of the Irish sun! :lol:

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  9. #9 Ganjasauras, Feb 16, 2014
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    Potted up again to their penultimate homes... 10 liter pots consisting of perlite, vermiculite, fish blood and bone, sand and compost.
    Despite progress to date, this will be an outdoor grow! I've just started indoors to give them the best possible start in what will be a deliciously shortlived life. Weather is easing and temps are picking up slightly, spots are cleared and holes dug so stay tuned...

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  10. #10 SIRSOG, Feb 16, 2014
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    Lookin good

    Make sure you have plenty of room, biddy stretches like a mother fucker

    Oh now I see the outdoor part haha

    Well that fixes that issue
     
  11. Not a whole lot of growth since FIMing 2 days ago.. Put some mylar in, ordered new lights and have me a whole load of new seeds to get started on once the biddies go outside

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  12. 4 weeks to the day after first poking their heads above soil...Weather outside continues to be horrible so they're still grounded.

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  13. They look good, Adding more/stronger lights (and getting them 1/2 inch from the tops) would be good as they're stretching. You could repot and bury the stems more so they grow thicker and not taller. If they keep on stretching, they may keel over and damage the stem. Thanks for sharing and good luck . 
     
  14. Looking good biddy :) Glad to see things are coming along nicely. I wish you best of luck in the Irish weather out there. a little advice to the fluorescent boat, fluorescent are great for starting seed but due to the stretch it is recommended to keep the light about 2" - 6" inchs max away from the plant to keep the rather limited. Next time you transplant i would bury the stem as much you can, the stem you buried will fill in with roots and will create a very vigorous root mass. It will be very nice seeing how this turns out .  :metal:  :metal:  :ph34r:   i could be wrong but does Ireland have a very short lived, overcast-humid climate? and what time generally does your season begin and end?  June - Early october? 
     
  15. you should place them as close as possible as long as they're not touching the lights.
     
  16. Thanks for the tips guys, much appreciated. I had originally planned on having them under 600 watts but due to electricity costs opted for the CFLs. Irish weather generally gets some way decent around late April - May and fizzles out around late September so hoping to have them good and strong with a few branches before they get evicted. Gonna start my big bomb seeds next week, expecting great things!
     
  17. Update time... FIMed and supercropped, the girls now have a nice few branches to display. Next week I'll be snipping the lower branches, using them as clones and then putting the grown ups outside. Big bomb seeds are germinating at the mo.

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  18. Well....update time!
    Training worked a treat and the girls are nice and bushy... Next pics taken will be in the great wide open

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  19. Decided to stick them in a greenhouse for now as the farmer's crops aren't high enough for my liking...also my big bomb seeds are coming along nicely and I've got me some critical mass seeds from greenhouse seeds which coincidently is where they might end up.

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  20. They're about 5ft 6 high at the moment, just wish they'd finish at this stage...Have 3 other grows on the go and they're taking up a LOT of space

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