For my daughter she's been bagging me for a while now to run a strain called Georgia pie

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by Gatorsgrow, Jan 13, 2023.

  1. She's been getting it from another grower and he ran out,he's in the process of moving and doesn't have a grow planned for a while, but she did talk him into giving her a few beans,9 in total, and I'll be dropping them today, now that the spider farmer se3000 is here IMG_20230111_161956196.jpg IMG_20230111_144149268.jpg
     
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  2. There was some confusion about the delivery, but when it came it was discreetly packaged,and a breeze to assemble
     
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  3. I have 8 of these little pots,so I'll drop a bean in each one , hopefully we get 4 female plants
     
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  4. They'll live with their sister until the 1 st transplant in a couple weeks IMG_20230113_112213313.jpg
     
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  5. Georgia Peach ?? Never heard of that strain .
    Looking forward to seeing how it grows.
     
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  6. an excellent opportunity for her to learn to grow her own ...whilst you be her mentor

    keep it in the family, as their may come a day when you can't grow, I hope I'm wrong

    good luck
     
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  7. @Vee , thank you, unfortunately she has no interest in growing,yet anyway
     
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  8. @Foghorn1130 , Georgia peach,or Georgia pie, I'll ask her tomorrow when she gets here, either way,I won't break my word to her
     
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  9. Think it was Georgia Pie, that's the one we looked up to see how the strain was when you first brought it up.

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  10. I believe you are correct
     
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  11. I'm going to tell my daughter that I'll run her strain, but I want a quarter of the total harvest, after all,I'm doing all the work
     
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  12. Apparently this strain comes from the west coast, my daughter and her new bf are here,I'm asking questions
     
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  13. The beans are from a grower some where in northern California,I couldn't get a name though
     
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  14. Getting the tent set up and brewing some tea, I'll have to put the Georgia pie in the tent,this raspberry parfait needs a home also, she's had a rough start IMG_20230115_094954407.jpg
     
  15. A little cleaning up and then we are good to go IMG_20230115_101429944.jpg
     
  16. I'm running the light and the heat mat at full power, and I put the thermostat in the tent, I'll go open the door in a few hours and see what the temperature is
     
  17. I put the raspberry parfait in the tent with the se3000 yesterday morning and by the afternoon I had to move the skewers out ward towards the edge of the pot,I hope the Georgia pie sprouts soon,and hopefully they will catch up with her IMG_20230115_211003864.jpg
     
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  18. It's been 5 days since I planted the beans, last night I dug around and found them,not even a crack in the bean,8 beans,all duds!!, So it's time to come up with a different plan, this is a first for me
     
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  19. Don’t take it to hard . There’s no telling where your daughter got those seeds from or if the person she got them from stored them correctly.
    As a general rule of thumb , I won’t accept any seeds from anyone, unless they are from another reputable grower .
     

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