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    Originally posted by skoviik View Post
    the neverending wait...from may to sept in a flash, october is cca 3 months long...

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    I know the feeling!.

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      Originally posted by El Quijote View Post

      Buenas las Panamá también las germinastes en julio ?
      No, se germinaron a principios de Junio más o menos...

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        Anyone else notice caterpillars seem to prefer the Panama over other strains? They’re the only plants in the garden with them and they’re getting absolutely hammered.

        They also currently smell the best out of everything in the garden.

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          8 weeks 12/12

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          having some issues with nutes but they are growing
          trust, hope & love - rich even not wealthy - real life sloth - enlightened during born or before that

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            Originally posted by Cactus Squatter View Post
            Anyone else notice caterpillars seem to prefer the Panama over other strains? They’re the only plants in the garden with them and they’re getting absolutely hammered.

            They also currently smell the best out of everything in the garden.
            Nope, I noticed nothing irregular regarding caterpillars with my panamas. Though I can't remember I ever had problems with caterpillars and ganja. Do you have any photos of these caterpillars?

            Heavy winds with heavy rain have made my panamas lean real low and almost uprooted them. If they survive tonight and tommorow morning then they should be just fine. No point in picking them up since they could break off of the root. When the wind will die down they'll pick themselves up.

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              Originally posted by skoviik View Post

              Nope, I noticed nothing irregular regarding caterpillars with my panamas. Though I can't remember I ever had problems with caterpillars and ganja. Do you have any photos of these caterpillars?

              Heavy winds with heavy rain have made my panamas lean real low and almost uprooted them. If they survive tonight and tommorow morning then they should be just fine. No point in picking them up since they could break off of the root. When the wind will die down they'll pick themselves up.

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              next one I find I’ll snap a photo. I find them by either seeing black balls on the leaves, or damaged spots on the flower. I follow them in and boom, trail of caterpillar poop and then a chubby green bastard gorging away boring tunnels through the buds.

              It had been only the Panamas, but they seem to have found a KA5H as well that I discovered this morning.

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                Originally posted by Cactus Squatter View Post
                Anyone else notice caterpillars seem to prefer the Panama over other strains? They’re the only plants in the garden with them and they’re gettibsolutely hammered.

                They also currently smell the best out of everything in the garden.
                I've noticed in the past the caterpillars prefer the most fragrant plants, absolute nightmare as they seem to get stuck and die, this then attracts mites (does anyone know if it's the same mites that attack dead insects and plants)? This then creates a spot for mold to fester which will quickly ruin the whole branch if not spotted early.

                In my country it's the tiny black catipillar that turn into the tiny moths.

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ID:	17961092skoviik , here’s a shot of one and the damage it did to my Panama. You can see the little tunnel I pulled it out of. They eat the insides where the Bud attaches and large sections just dry and either fall off or try and mold if not caught.

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                    I feel with you. Caterpillars were a total nightmare with our kale last year, they killed almost all of it. My wife and I spent hours and hours picking them off for weeks. Hundreds from the white butterflies. Whenever we thought we had absolutely all of them there were more just a couple days later. Definitely need some fine netting the next time.

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                      Cactus Squatter those filthy caterpillars. I feel you too and I hope you will be able to harvest as much as possible. Sadly I don't have any quick solution for you :( Egg spotting is probably the best, maybe someone knows if you could sprinkle them with something (I don't use anything so I don't know anything about that, maybe it's also too late for that).
                      Could your caterpillar be a cabbage moth? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabbage_moth


                      I always strive to have an ugly garden full of weeds. I do not like to plant monocultures, I always mix plants (onions with carrots , beans and corn, beans and beat etc...) In polycultures, especially if you have lots of other flowers, the pest find it harder to find your plants, spend more energy on searching rather than on reproducing. It may look ugly because of all the weeds but the end result, the yield is the same. In outdoor gardening, be it ganja or other plants, I believe that biodiversity is always the foundation of success.

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                        Mmmmm, sweet Panama goodness. She smells amazing right now.
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                          Un par de Panamás.

                          Olor muy intenso a limón con tonos dulces. Nunca defrauda, y seguramente como todos los años sea la mejor...
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                            The forecast is looking unseasonably warm for the near future, which is quite a blessing! Wonder if she'll actually have a chance to finish...

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                              Humple W. could be...IMHO even if she doesn't finish, she's still ripe enough to be an excellent smoke. She look beautiful, can smell her throuhg my screen🤩

                              We've had interesting weather to say at least. Since the end of september we've had rain (max 3 days in a row, otherways every other day, at night), we've had strong winds, strong winds with strong rain and now when the rain finaly stopped it's gotten effin freezing. The last three mornings were frosty, clear windless skies at night. Today morning we had -3 celsius, yesterday and the day before 0 and -1.
                              I think my panamas are taking this adverstiy like champions. Not a spot of botrytis, not a spot of powder mildew. Strong winds were a blessing in disguise, drying the plants and air quickly after the rains. This morning freezed lot of other plants (corn, zuchinni etc.) but panamas only had some withered fan leaves, one banghi haze was a little bit more withered and had a couple of tiny spots of botrytis.
                              A dry spell of weather with sunshine is predicted for the next 7 days but morning temperatures are still predicted to be from 2-5 (maybe less) and day temperatures around 15-20.
                              So I went by the "better a sparrow in a hand than a pigeon on a roof" policy and harvested the most advanced panama and the most withered banghi haze.
                              Panama is truely a remarkably sturdy and stress resistent strain. I would say maybe even more resistent than banghi haze (at least these plants, for my spot , for this year)

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                                The weather in your area was worse than I´ve experienced it here Skoviik. It´s good to know that Panama seems to be that resistant. Your buds are looking ripe for my liking.

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