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Old 05-22-2018, 01:18 PM #881
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[quote=DuskrayTroubador;8281062]There've been some Appalachian heads here for a while, friend.

Yea I guess many weren't like silverback. A lot of the appy growers are kinda stand-offish these days. I don't really care it's just nice to talk amongst one another.
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It's been so rainy this mounth in my area, not to mention cloud cover. The grass is growing good but these smaller seedlings and plants won't fair to well unless there bigger like MountainBudz. You got some nice looking plants going in ground bud.
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Lol yea that says all you need to know about silverback. There's endless info in those threads, I keep them on a seperate page for quick reference. I recommend all outdoors growers read the entire collection.
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Lol yea that says all you need to know about silverback. There's endless info in those threads, I keep them on a seperate page for quick reference. I recommend all outdoors growers read the entire collection.
The other thread that is required reading is Julian's MASSIVE OUTDOOR GROW thread. 300 pages of polished gems. Life is soooo much easier now that I know how to properly use Peat Pots. lol
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I appreciate the link Tycho, ive stumbled across a few of Silverback's threads by searching and never knew they were his. Found some good info about onset of first flowers outdoors to take into account (shade and day length time difference more than day length)

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you have to count twilight in the equation ,not just sunrise and sun set to get the daylength. Another determining factor in the flower formation is the speed at which the days are getting shorter. IE: On June 21 the daylength is at is longest. On June 22 the daylength my only be a few seconds shorter. On June 23 a few more seconds shorter. As you head for the winter solstice the day length shortens faster and faster untill October where you are loosing over three minutes of daylength per 24 hour period. Some plants arent triggered to flower so much by the length of daylight, but by the decreasing length of daylight from one day to the next. Make sense?
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Thats very interesting Jungle Jim. In fact, it may explain a condition that I know exist in cannabis whereas certain shading situations trigger flowering faster. Ive had plants of the same strain, sometimes only 20' or so apart where one of the plants goes into the shade before the other and the plant starts and finishes as much as a week more than its sister. The effect is increased as the end of summer approaches and the sun starts lowering in the sky, consistently lowering the daylight recieved by the shaded plant. I know it happens. Your statement that the rate at which daylength decreases may provide an explanation for that effect.
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Last summer I read the entire massive outdoor grow thread. Along with as many of the links that were still available. Talk about an eye opener! I was hooked from the first page. I have even asked myself a few times wwjd lmfao. I'm sure dude is still lurking amongst us. And the silverback collection is why I even joined this site. I took a link from somewhere else to backcountrys daylight thread and saw the link to s.b threads in someone's signature. Happy transition here lol. I'm really curious about the mature plants direct transition to outdoors. If we are to believe julian there should be no problems. Granted it may be different lighting/ locations whatever but either way it will be a great experiment and I'm glad mountain is here to document it for us. It's nice to have something concrete as proof. I'm woefully behind in my own preparations so far but it'll come along haha. My year was so bad last year that I could plant in June and still be more successful haha. I'm glad to be a part of this community for sure. Hoping for more sun and less clouds in my future
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Yea the last 2-3 weeks since I've got back on the forums I've read this entire growing outdoor stuff that's needed to refresh and learn more about outdoor growing. I haven't ran a big outdoor crop In prolly 15 yrs. I've been up north doing indoor grows mainly. One thing about me no matter how old I get I still like to learn and evolve as a grower. I think were all lucky to have the forums.
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Looking good bud green sr! What strain are those? I had a bad experience with a deer this season dang near wiped me out twice
I know it's a late reply but for others who have to plan for deer this worked best for me when I was in the lower new england area. Save your piss in jugs. Collect pet hair and collect people hair from a barber shop (used to use my own hair after hair cuts but LEO is crazy and I could see them getting DNA profiles these days, sooo random stranger hair from a barber should work well.) I think pet dog hair especially would trigger deer. I never had any deer mess up my plants even if they came in the area. They seemed to steer clear. I also drank a lot of electrolytes before the walk out to my spot so I had some fresh piss ready to go. And watch those piss jugs. They're nasty as hell and you don't want them splitting or spilling on a damn thing. They'll make you gag if they're even a week old.
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