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Old 07-17-2017, 11:28 PM #471
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Freezeland a big let down

Fuck me. Nothing has gone my way. First early flowering, then PM, now I'm seeing some kind of rot or mold in the buds.

So much for freezeland claiming to be a disease resistant plant. All this hard work and money spent for nothing. I think I just going to continue to grow indoors where there's less chance for let down and heartache.

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Thats outdoor growing. I've lost whole crops to botrytis in the last week of flower. That was after working the crop may-october. And thats just one example.
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I was thinking more to find a male NWMHP to cross with your NJ to make seeds with.
Im sure they would do well outdoors too here in Mass, although Ive never grown them out. Was gifted these beans years ago and never popped one.
If I succeed in seeding some branches this season, you'd be welcome to some.

I bet breeding some of the shorter, earlier finishing purple phenos with Jamaican '85 would really be neat, too. They'd be bushy and have fat leaves like the NJ does, and be a true sativa that looks just like a purple indica but has that mental sky high I love so much!

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Only five NJs show real promise right now. They're robust and starting to flower. All as tall as descriptions of the strain say, and hardy. Those will be my breeders. The rest are just OK. Shortish, growing, but small.
I most likely messed them up with all of the mishaps this season, but just the same, I'm not gonna breed them.
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Fuck me. Nothing has gone my way. First early flowering, then PM, now I'm seeing some kind of rot or mold in the buds.

So much for freezeland claiming to be a disease resistant plant. All this hard work and money spent for nothing. I think I just going to continue to grow indoors where there's less chance for let down and heartache.

End Rant. Green Squall out.
I had one just shrivel up and die. One of the bigger ones got whipped back and forth by the wind. That's a goner too. Six left outdoors, One is a beast. Time to fire up the the second and third lights in the bloom tent just to make it a sure thing. Shit happens.
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Thats outdoor growing. I've lost whole crops to botrytis in the last week of flower. That was after working the crop may-october. And thats just one example.
I had no idea botrytis could attack so early. I thought it was more of an end of the season thing. I'm pretty sure it's what I'm dealing with here.
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Botrytis last year. Sucks.
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Plants seem to be growing again they are preying hard today loving the sun. They have plenty of water as it's been raining almost every day. After putting up tripods and some tying with string the plants are better supported to handle these bad storms.







When should flowering start around here?
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We've had some crazy high humidity here the past week or so, how are you dealing with that with outdoor plants?
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Flowering should begin now. Strain dependent of course. Stretch should start any week now.
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We've had some crazy high humidity here the past week or so, how are you dealing with that with outdoor plants?
Vegging plants love the high humidity and high temps together. Spray them with Serenade for any PM while vegging.
Outdoor plants arent flowering just yet, so hopefully the rain goes away for the next 2 months.
Theres nothing you can do about high humidity when the plants are flowering. Just hope nature and the weather goes your way.
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