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Old 02-15-2019, 07:55 PM #1
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purple mtn., full moon fever

the small plants are 'full moon fever', along with some basil.

stardawg x durban, this is my first experience, and i am getting some encouraging notes by rubbing the stems.

the larger plants are 'purple mtn. majesty', stardawg x bodhi og. i found a really nice individual, and this is the third run, but i accidentally 'monster cropped' this round, my mistake.

when they were tiny, they tried to flower, and i sent them back into veg, and they started over with one leaf..... two leaves....... and so on for at least two months. i totally lost the hybrid vigor, but i worked these ladies in 5 gal buckets, 'prune and bush'.

when they totally filled the 5 gal, i removed a third of the root mass and put them in these 17 gal tubs. the soil is 'happy frog' potting soil, amended with 'down to earth' organic mix. when flowering begins, i will add some bat guano.
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Those look a lot like those bonsai clone mothers people talk about. Are you gonna be flowering those plants directly? Either way looking good.
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:27 PM #3
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yes, i think they can stand another week or two of veg.

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Off to a good start Arkansas!

Never got the chance myself to grow the Purple Mtn. out but I did run several of the FMF and they turned out pretty darn amazing... Very sweet nose and colorful buds. The potency was pretty great, had a good get up and go kick to it. The good thing imo about the full moon fever is unlike most of Gu's strains, it leans more towards the durban, than it does towards the purple stardawg stud. I can confirm this because I have grown out several of the full moon fevers and you'll more likely always find a durban learner. That stardawg stud he uses is VERY dominant in all of his crosses, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but most of the time people are searching for the characteristics that lean more towards the momma that was bred with the stud.

I am running several from GPS atm as well that I have never ran before, so far they are kicking ass in veg. Lots of them already have very visual trichs on the leaves, I hope we both find us a few keepers bud.

Also, if you plan on growing outdoors this coming season, make sure you get plenty of cuttings from those Full Moom Fevers, store them in the fridge or something if ya have to till spring rolls around unless you have the room to go head and root em and keep em in veg... They done fantastic for me outdoors last year, very mild resistant, insects didn't seem to care all that much for it either. Rock hard nugs with a sweet licorice, sugary smell and beautiful colors. She finished around mid October for me. Good luck man! Swing by my thread and check out the greenpoint gear I have going atm.

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Never heard of Full Moon Fever before, is it a popular one with Appalachian growers?
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Never heard of Full Moon Fever before, is it a popular one with Appalachian growers?
I grew it here in Appalachia and it done amazing. No I dont think is popular at all around here, but it's great outdoors. Its Durban Poison x Stardawg, worth a whirl for sure.

We do have our signature strains around here that we grow outdoors however.
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Nice. I've been interested in finding a mold resistant strain I can breed into my current Indicas to help out with the Botrytis problems I have.
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thanks a lot, mountain budz! i really appreciate the insight and will definitely have some FMF ready to transition outdoors when the time comes.
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the sisters have been under 12/12 for a week. they also stretched a bit and then were tied down all around.

just got a light rail today! the rest of this adventure should be more even light-wise.
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here is the third sister. she is in her original container, and has used up a lot of her soil's nutrients, but i'm giving her organic food and bat guano in small amounts.

the other two were transplanted to prepare for flowering, and they both received refreshed soil and amendments, so they are deep dark green.
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