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Old 10-09-2017, 10:47 PM #2541
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You guys with all the cat problems, you have issue with bt sprays? This season is the first time I've used it, been spraying the ones I got here every week, not a 'pillar in site. Supposed to not leave a trace of anything but if none you are using it I gotta wonder.

Back at my old place in the swamp it's set and forget. Only bugs that bother me there are those little pill bugs that end up dead all up in my buds, but they don't eat or damage anything and tbh I really have no idea why they even go up there, but I just pick them out. No caterpillars, no other bugs. Love that spot. Haven't been there since June when I brought my plants out there and not sure what to expect but without any support stakes I'll be happy if I pull anything outta there this season. My only concern is driving back 2 hrs thru unfriendly territory with a car full of fresh cut buds.
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Old 10-09-2017, 11:51 PM #2542
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Still have 5x big GG4's outdoors finishing off, for as long as we can go, before nature puts up the stop sign. Its gonna pour today with thunder and wind. I was at the site at 7:40 a.m putting trellis on the last plant thats the biggest and best. The rain had all the branches just about snapping off. 2 actually snapped, so I cut them and are hang drying now.
We didnt trelli the tops of the plants and they were leaning hard, so I Macgyver'd up some string and tied up the tops real good so they didnt snap from the rain weight.
It was pouring hard and we got soaked from head to toe. LOL!

Cant wait to have some nice outdoor GG4 to puff on. This garden didnt get sprayed with anything so it will be some tasty buds. Weve been flushing the living hell outa them. Harvesting on the 15th........... if we can let them go that far. They're just now swelling.

I've left plants out until Nov. 1st, and I'm a lot further north than you guys are. Granted they went thru 3 hard frosts, but they didn't die. By the end, they were so purple they looked black.
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I took my grinspoon down today. This shit is 100% piff, I don't know what grinspoon is because the genetics are a secret but id say it's some kind of old skool Dutch haze.

So this is what I'd consider pure New England haze, and it will comfortably finish outdoors in this area. No mold and no pm, the bugs didn't like it either. This bitch will be the back bone of next year's outdoor. It's some super sticky icky and stinks too high hell. I didn't take any full plant shots but it also yields very well.

I've basically been looking for this plant for over 10 years it is just kind of by accident I found the perfect specimen with a 70 day flowering time.






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