starting to flower at 32N

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by old bser, Aug 4, 2019.

  1. These cookie crosses are starting to flower.
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  2. hey 'bser .looking good matey ..healthy looking gals you got there....nice big leaves too bser ...mac,,,
     
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  3. They were so small a few weeks ago.
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  4. they certainly put on a lot of growth in the few weeks mate ...you going to get a good haul this grow ,,,,mac,,
     
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  5. There’s nothing like successful flowers. Those look nice.
     
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  6. Thanks guys. They grow up so fast.

    Their first swim was june 19th.
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  7. @old bser, how tall will those be at harvest?
     
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  8. Week 2 of flower
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  9. light rain this morning
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  10. hey there bser ,,,flowering comes on fast with the outdoor grow ,,looking good mate ,,mac,,
     
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  11. Thanks mac, that sun is intense light.
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  12. Flowers look great.
     
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  13. Caterpillar Season.:(

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  14. Unfortunately it is. I'm spending an hour every morning and an hour every evening inspecting and removing eggs. I set up a 40w bug zapper about 50 ft away around the corner and there is a big pile of dead moths every morning. I take the air compressor nozzle and blast them off into the woods. It's an endless supply of them. So far I've found one caterpillar and he was tiny. I have Bt on hand and will start spraying if I find more cats. I hate those bastards.
     
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  15. #16 dobro49, Aug 14, 2019
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    What is Bt?

    Edit, I got some on the way. I’ve read a lot of your posts @old bser and figured I’d go ahead with it. Thanks
     
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  16. I've had so many ways to ruin a crop I started studying and fighting back. I've tried the nematodes and predators but where I am they burn up. I have too many termites and gophers in the ground so went to large containers. That helps keep a lot of bugs off them and I can still move them if needed. The Bt works like magic but I almost puke at the smell. I will use it in early flower only and even then I try to hold off using it till I see definite damage. If you've ever lost most of an entire crop you try to stay ahead of the bugs.
     
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  17. I’ve already had cutworms to set my tomatoes back for weeks. There’s always something to worry about I guess. I’m glad that you mentioned this.
     
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  18. Week 3


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  19. This one is getting a bubblegum smell to it.

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    Some still have a hint of skunk to them.
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