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Old 07-01-2017, 07:17 PM #11
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Old 07-08-2017, 06:50 AM #12
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Things are looking bright, but it was a bitch hauling the 4 5 gallon buckets to the grow spot.
2 of which were dispensary seeds and the other 2 were confirmed bag seed females all were around 10"-14" tall. Plan on taking plenty more out there, but hopefully in smaller containers, and better equipped.
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Old 07-08-2017, 10:34 PM #13
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Got my waders in today super stoked, sad to say, but I can't use them as I don't have anything ready to transplant. Got a lot of seedling and germinating more.
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Old 07-08-2017, 11:05 PM #14
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How are the autos holding up?

Its been extra hot in my part of the world too and wondering how the plants are taking the heat.
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Sounds like u should have a good crop this year with all the different strains u got going on keep us updated all the best
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Old 07-16-2017, 02:29 PM #16
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I haven't went out to water or check on them in a week or two, but I'm not too worried as I only watered I think once or twice this season and haven't had a problem. (it's been a lovely growing season receiving frequent rain and bright hot sunny days. (today being one of them).
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Old 07-22-2017, 08:54 AM #17
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to cope with the heat I have started them off in jiffy peat pellet pot thingys in green houses indoors. Some have died but some have lived. getting ready to transplant them also am cloning plenty. outdoors the sunny days are good just hope it's not to hot as I don't go out to water.
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How urban are you? I once grew late planted mini's in an industrial area of a very urban city. A big patch of grass surrounded by factories with thousands of workers each day but was dead silent at night as the factories/businesses were closed and there was no housing at all.

I have pulled off similar grows and always picked very easy access grow sites no more than 50 feet off a road way. Funny thing is the only time I ever got ripped was when I tried a very rural grow.

people dont seem to look for cannabis in urban settings as no one expects it to be grown there. Rippers scower the cornfields and rural back roads/backyards like crazy but they'd never think to look in a spot thousands of people pass by everyday.

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How urban are you? I once grew late planted mini's in an industrial area of a very urban city. A big patch of grass surrounded by factories with thousands of workers each day but was dead silent at night as the factories/businesses were closed and there was no housing at all.

I have pulled off similar grows and always picked very easy access grow sites no more than 50 feet off a road way. Funny thing is the only time I ever got ripped was when I tried a very rural grow.

people dont seem to look for cannabis in urban settings as no one expects it to be grown there. Rippers scower the cornfields and rural back roads/backyards like crazy but they'd never think to look in a spot thousands of people pass by everyday.

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True. And with autos, no one really thinks it's cannabis. Have scattered seeds on the periphery of a park that has sprinklers....nice!
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I live in the saburb.s; so it's not like New York, There is open free land available. Wondering if I should transplant the peat pots straight out doors. They are already in a window seal and are 1.5" in diameter I think.(this would be the most low risk stealthy and easiest method of transplant if done right imo.)
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