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Old 08-16-2018, 12:52 PM #2581
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What the hell, right? Sometimes you just have to cross your fingers. I had a late start and didn't have any of these out until mid-July but so far so good. Kosher Kush in the foreground and Sour D behind.
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Sour Nevils #1 in the back and Sour Dub in front. Most of the plants are just starting to flower. If I had known I was going to do this, things would be much better set up but I only received the go-ahead around July 15th.In the event that it all goes to shit, it's still great having some outdoor in my life again.
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This Sour D is what started my whole outdoor thing this year. I'd thrown it onto my compost pile way back in late May and didn't think much about it until I noticed it was starting to take off in the pile of root balls. It had been a mom for a long time so it has some crazy looking flowers starting up this last week.
I really lost interest in growing back in June and more or less shut everything down aside from what mothers I had around. Seems like all I was doing wasn't going as well as usual etc etc.
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Old 08-31-2018, 10:18 AM #2584
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This plant was given to me labeled "Capital G". I have no idea what it is but she stays short.
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Another plant was given to me that I have yet to finish any of but I have 2 outside and a bunch inside on hold. "Mandarin Cookie's".
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Skunk type plant , seeds made by Dominion Seed company.
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Not doing outdoor this year as hedgehogs took most of my plants last summer and it isn't worth drawing neighbor's attention when i got it banging inside, but here's what i have in flower right now: 2 tables, each under 2 315 CMH's and 2 600w vertical bare bulbs between the tables. One table is a monocrop of the topanga canyon pure kush and the other table is a monocrop of the old school trinity (cut verified by nspecta - the real thing). tables are staggered by about 3-4 weeks.

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yep Capital G is from Dominion seeds as DTOG said. She is Chem D x SSSC Skunk 1. She is said to be a real stinker.
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That Capital G cut I had in veg for months and she stayed real short along with another one labeled "Lazy Lightning". When I brought the Capital G up to my flower rooms she just started to go downhill fast and I finally just threw her outside expecting her to die. The tips were curled up, most of the leaves were yellow or falling off but after 24 hours outside she turned around very quickly so I realized something was wrong in my regular shop.
The only thing I could think of was that my ozone generator upstairs was backing down into my rooms instead of blowing out the vent. I turned the thing off and everything changed from bad to great. It's been up there running for 4+ years with no issues. Now everything's back on track but it's the first time I haven't had fresh flowers around in a long time.
This was some of the Lazy Lightning. I wish I'd kept a clone because it was an excellent plant but things were getting confusing around here and I just forgot.
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That Capital G cut I had in veg for months and she stayed real short along with another one labeled "Lazy Lightning". When I brought the Capital G up to my flower rooms she just started to go downhill fast and I finally just threw her outside expecting her to die. The tips were curled up, most of the leaves were yellow or falling off but after 24 hours outside she turned around very quickly so I realized something was wrong in my regular shop.
The only thing I could think of was that my ozone generator upstairs was backing down into my rooms instead of blowing out the vent. I turned the thing off and everything changed from bad to great. It's been up there running for 4+ years with no issues. Now everything's back on track but it's the first time I haven't had fresh flowers around in a long time.
This was some of the Lazy Lightning. I wish I'd kept a clone because it was an excellent plant but things were getting confusing around here and I just forgot.
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I'm pretty sure ozone is bad for people too. So that was prolly a real good thing you figured that out. Reminds me of when a c02 genny controller I had shit the bed. Plants were fucked for a good two weeks before I figured it out.
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