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Old 02-19-2020, 06:34 PM #1
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Exclamation Anything outdoors 2020

To kick it off, here are Moon phase calendars for 2020 if you believe in planting near or on a full moon. I'll roll the dice with some on May 8th (didn't work out for me last year), but May 22nd (New Moon) is my target. I'll be putting out late starts until July 1st.





Last year, along with the regular Peat Pots, I experimented with Regular Jiffy-7 Peat Pellets. I germinated the seeds, put them in the pellets, and 3-4 weeks later I dropped them in holes 6 inches deep and 6 inches apart. The results? 6 to 12 feet tall.




This year I'm using 50mm Jiffy Peat Pellets exclusively (I'll use up my extra pots for my vegetable garden) because they work very well, will give me a better root mass, transport super easy and I can move more at one time without spilling a drop of soil.

I raided one store and took all 500 of them. They were a little pissed. lol.
Now I'm waiting for a case to be delivered.


1st up: Freakshow.



Start posting your seedlings or mothers for this year.

Get lucky everyone!
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Old 02-19-2020, 07:23 PM #2
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So my math tells me almost 2.5 months of veg time for you? How big are yours when you put them out?

I've nothing to show here yet, but I will! Will be putting some Boreal Seeds' Boreal Lights out in two spots - A large farm which I've been given permission to use, and an unfarmed field that has a perfect natural water source with a good amount of trees and bush that will provide cover. The latter I wont be able to give updates as it's too close to civilization and I dont want to draw attention. That spot will be middle of the night missions only when there is no moonlight.

I'll also be running a couple autos in the yard to do a little pollen chucking to see what I can create. I'd like to S1 seedsmans auto lemon (ghs lemon skunk x lowrider which I liked quite a bit) and cross it to seedsmans auto kush (hindu, lemony), next gens auto afghani kush and mephistos sour hound (I think slush puppy sounds like a good name for that x)

Looking forward to being contributor to this thread and seeing what everyone else gets up to!
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Old 02-19-2020, 08:19 PM #3
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Slush Puppy sound awesome! Next cross can be Slush Puppy Brain Freeze. lol



I only grow a few this early. I'll cull some and the ones that make the cut will get transplanted a few times by the time they go out in a couple backyards. I'll keep some indoors to seed. Freakshow are a special project so none will get culled.

I germinate a batch every couple weeks. They're typically 4 weeks old when I move them out. I start popping seed for my main outdoor crop Mid April. Last ones go out July 15th. Everything that get started June 1st onward are my late starts. Those will yield less, but it's all about the numbers by that point. The goal is to have all cylinders firing and crops ready in 2/3 week intervals until the season is over. Doesn't always work out that way though.

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Glad to see the new thread started! Good luck this year everyone
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That Freakshow is gonna be an interesting one
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Yes! That freakshow looks really interesting!

I've got a few names in my mind that I think are clever, just need to find the right x's to go along with them. I think I'll use the slush puppy brain freeze for sure!
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Got my spot picked out and my seeds.. Just need some dry weather at the weekend so I can go and prep the hole(s) and decide how brave I'm gonna be.. What I don't want to end up with is too much bud in one go as trimming and drying is gonna need to be stealthy too, so I'm thinking one big photo plant (purple maroc) and a series of well timed Autos... If I can fill a big Mason jar I'll be happy.
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Yeah yeah... A few fast autos and a good photo to finish the year. You can put 2 photos in the ground and just collect the colas.

Just remember to cage them. I can lose 80% if I don't cage. If I only put in 4 and don't cage them, I'd lose them all.
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Think it’s going to be a few sneaky autos for me this year... got a little plot picked out, just need some dry weather before working the soil
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Yeah yeah... A few fast autos and a good photo to finish the year. You can put 2 photos in the ground and just collect the colas.

Just remember to cage them. I can lose 80% if I don't cage. If I only put in 4 and don't cage them, I'd lose them all.
I got chicken wire all ready to go... Learnt the hard way a when I was able to grow in my garden, my cat took a liking to to young plants.

I have thought about planting more and just collecting the best bits but when I found the site growing wasn't on my mind so I need to see just how good it was.. From memory it was a steep climb and then when at the clearing no other entrance but need to confirm I'm right.
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