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Old 09-05-2018, 10:53 PM #1
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Why it took me so long to concentrate my doings in one thread?
Well I know today.
Golden Tiger was the strain I've trying to get hold of for quite some time.That started 10 months ago, when I was looking to pop my first seed ever.
Guess what!!,finally they are on their way
Panama and Bangi Haze have been good to me(an ok effort),but, for some reason I feel this one is going to be more even rewarding.I have learned a tiny bit more.I think?
!8/6 is the regime, taking full advantage of a more friendly/favourable weather conditions(around 6 hrs outside),I proceed with them indoors, where a 600W Dual HPS is taking over
BioBizz AllMix
Root Juice and H2O only.
2 x Panama Haze fem
1 x Orient Express fem(last pair of photos)
and when my Golden Tiger arrives, one of those
I am at your mercy............
Babies are a few days old.....
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Old 09-05-2018, 11:02 PM #2
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Awesome...I have GT on my shortlist. Looking forward to your grow. I like the outside/inside light regimen.
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Old 09-05-2018, 11:06 PM #3
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Awesome...I have GT on my shortlist. Looking forward to your grow. I like the outside/inside light regimen.
Thanks B.Got back this afternoon,and guess what?!! GT has been released again.Order placed,no second thoughts
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Good luck red!
Taking them out is a big risk for bringing pests inside,I would advise against it.
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Old 09-05-2018, 11:36 PM #5
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Good luck red!
Taking them out is a big risk for bringing pests inside,I would advise against it.
Thanks Syd.I'm aware of that, and,I shouldn't,after my last mishap.My indoor area was supposed to be finished by now, but,most of our co-patriots have been on holidays
The grow in a 2 to 3 weeks will be classified as an indoor grow, pest free hopefully
Tend to be a little bit impatient/enthusiastic

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Red, do you have an IPM method you like to use when you toggle between outdoors and indoors?
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Red, do you have an IPM method you like to use when you toggle between outdoors and indoors?
B. I think Syd has the answer for you.Don't attempt it.I know my space,and,if my indoor space was complete for use,I wouldn't be doing this.I am taking a risk.At the same time, I would be starting on a wrong foot if I didn't document my actions,because you never know!and I'm here to learn, educate myself

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I do this myself sometimes in veg only (when small), but my outdoor loc is somewhat isolated with no other plants around, so there are no substantive pest sources in the immediate area. I spray a light sol of spinosad a day b4 moving to the flower chamber. No transfer of issues yet...knock on wood.
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Old 09-06-2018, 01:12 AM #9
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I do this myself sometimes in veg only, but my outdoor loc is somewhat isolated with no other plants around, so there are no substantive pest sources in the immediate area. No transfer of issues yet...knock on wood.
Any undertakings in this lifetime of ours, has rules..Some written, others,not.I started this thread by,and I quote,"I'm at your mercy".Risk/mistake? straight away was spotted by my friend here.Failures, I do take as a lesson not to be repeated.I do hope those pests stay away from your ladies Personally,I am taking a risk

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Why it took me so long to concentrate my doings in one thread?
Well I know today.
Golden Tiger was the strain I've trying to get hold of for quite some time.That started 10 months ago, when I was looking to pop my first seed ever.
Guess what!!,finally they are on their way
Panama and Bangi Haze have been good to me(an ok effort),but, for some reason I feel this one is going to be more even rewarding.I have learned a tiny bit more.I think?
!8/6 is the regime, taking full advantage of a more friendly/favourable weather conditions(around 6 hrs outside),I proceed with them indoors, where a 600W Dual HPS is taking over
BioBizz AllMix
Root Juice and H2O only.
2 x Panama Haze fem
1 x Orient Express fem(last pair of photos)
and when my Golden Tiger arrives, one of those
I am at your mercy............
Babies are a few days old.....
Since then,never thought CalMag would come into twos diet.OE(the worst),and the second pheno of the Panama Haze.Warm air, heat,keeps dragging on,but,the response to that treatment, was surprisingly affective.Back to water
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