Originally Posted by Stardog
I have one plant with some leaf spot but it isn't that bad, it's been the windy/rainy days causing most of my troubles. The rest of the plants look pretty good but they aren't nearly as thick and full as ^^ yours are. My Sour Nevils is almost 10' tall but a good bit behind the others. The other day it was about 82, 100% humidity and lightly raining and blowing 30 knots. Thought last year was so bad I was glad I hadn't put any out but this year isn't looking much better. On the bright side though some of the plants are doing pretty well, esp the OGBK 2.0 and the Mandarin Cookies. Nothing spectacular but they smell great and so far no PM.
Maybe the weather will turn around and be sunny and dry for 8 weeks straight! I had lowered expectations so anything that comes of it I'm alright with but I still spent a whole lot of time watering and tying etc. Best of luck to anybody running outdoor, let's hope things turn around.
I'll trade you high winds for flooding, OK?
flood #3 just happened here, not as bad as the 1st two, only 5 plants got knock over but many were in standing/moving water for a day.
I had to risk my life crossing a raging stream that I can jump usually.
flood #2 knocked everything on it's side or worse turned the pots upside down, I lost some plants down the stream and many of the plants that survived lost their tags.
the ones that could stand up when I got back there looked like this after #2.
the water was full of silt.
the day before this last one I mixed 10 cu feet of soil on a tarp where the water is flowing,
up potted 20-ish late seed start plants and luckily parked them in a spot that stayed above water.
There's a nice low area where I had it filled up with plants in the full sun but hidden from view.
here's a picture of it while I paused to let my hernia relax from carrying plants out of the water...
the last of my seed starts almost got carried away but I rescued them.
feels more like Guerrilla war than Guerrilla grow this year, yo!