BigBrandySosa's Bag-seed Grow Journal

Discussion in 'Outdoor Grow Journals' started by Bigbrandysosa, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. #1 Bigbrandysosa, Aug 17, 2019
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2019
    Right now I'm about 40 days in, but I figured better late than never! It's an outdoor grow, I'll get some pics up tomorrow and keep y'all up to date happy growing!
     
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  2. Here's some pics for you! The tops match the plants, the Indica's my baby, well they're all my babies but you know what I'm talking about ! IMG_20190816_164617066.jpg IMG_20190816_164712486.jpg IMG_20190816_164627167.jpg IMG_20190816_164720572.jpg IMG_20190816_164637479.jpg IMG_20190816_164727519.jpg IMG_20190816_164653926.jpg IMG_20190816_164733557.jpg

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  3. Nice, I’m looking forward to following along.
     
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  4. Ill give you guys an update tomorrow when I can get some pics got some good news.

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  5. Sorry for the wait guys it's been raining pretty hard down here, and I have a video that's better but as you know I can't attach it :/ so here's some pics! Getting some Dio Earth, Spinosad, and good flowering nutes today! They've been flowering for about a week with some a couple days in front of the others. IMG_20190824_164604345.jpg IMG_20190824_164614681.jpg IMG_20190824_164658468.jpg IMG_20190824_164707324.jpg IMG_20190824_164714262.jpg IMG_20190824_164552692.jpg

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  6. You have white powdery mildew. Spray IN THE MORNING with 1-part whole milk:7-parts water. Save your girls and prevent failure!
     
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  7. Thanks for the concern but I can assure you it's not WPM. That whitish hue was because I just sprayed them and the camera made them appear like that! They look a little different IRL, like in the third pic what looks like a couple sort of yellow bugs is actually an object on the ground behind the plant!

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  8. Thanks for explaining, my camera phone sucks, too. I have the damnedest time getting shit to show up right online.
     
  9. Those yellow spots are still bugs (flies) that penetrate the bottoms of your leafs. What are you using for pest control?
     
  10. Next time I'ma use my brothers camera for the update it's pretty nice lol, and I know damn bugs drive me crazy, but I'm growing outside so it's expected, I've been combating them with H202-water mix, some cinnamon, and a light Iso-water mix at different intervals, I've had no budget :( just using stuff around the house, but I'm getting some Dio Earth and Spinosad today for some real defense!

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  11. I use 5% Sevin Dust through veg (shower regularly when the sun ain't shining), then NEEM for flowering.
     
  12. No need to go all combative. Just make sure you spray the underneath of the leafs, that's where flies deposit your future borers.
     
  13. That's pretty much how I approach it a light mist on top for strays and then I make sure to get all the bottoms. I haven't seen any of those but they look like some hellacious bastards!

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  14. Yeah, when I see one I know it's over with. I cut the plant down, split the stalk open and there are a hundred of them. Haven't seen them in a couple of years. *knocks on wood* They get in different fruits here, too, and poop (those little black spots) all over the inside. They're fly maggots, also known as chokecherry gall midges. That's why it's extremely important to protect leafs, they bore.

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  15. Pics Update! They've survived two crazy storms with 55-65 MPH wind gusts this week! Enjoy (Sprayed before some of these pics just fyi) IMG_20190830_153917440_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_153930620_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_153945428_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_153902060_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_153907557_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_153958188.jpg IMG_20190830_154009294_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_154018768_HDR.jpg IMG_20190830_154036723_HDR.jpg

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  16. Here's a few pics, I'll take some better ones soon, the indica dominant lady is already getting pretty frosty! IMG_20190906_153244281_HDR.jpg IMG_20190903_155425296_HDR.jpg IMG_20190906_153237275_HDR.jpg IMG_20190906_153249884_HDR.jpg

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  17. That is looking good, I know you must be excited.
     
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  18. Sorry I know it's been awhile, a lot has been happening, but thank you to everyone who's been following along! So here's an update they're all in between 5-6.5 weeks into flower now, they're all smelling beautiful but the indica dom is especially dank. Also what's going on with my plant in the last few pics, Reveg? Foxtails? I'm happy with how they're coming along, but if I actually had money to put into this grow I'd have some really bodacious ladies. Screenshot_20190927-103304.jpg IMG_20190919_181704661.jpg IMG_20190919_181549424_HDR.jpg IMG_20190919_181618592_HDR.jpg IMG_20190925_181647074_HDR.jpg Screenshot_20190927-103318.jpg Screenshot_20190927-103347.jpg IMG_20190927_102239664.jpg IMG_20190927_102254044.jpg
     
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