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Old 10-01-2018, 02:30 AM #91
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It's Sunday and I'm going to wait on the harvest of the Lebanese. She's still pushing out a few pistils. We haven't had any sunshine to speak of all September. Combined with very overcast skies and low temperatures.
The auto's and Lebanese genetics are my sweet spot for growing. At least for the environment I prefer to grow in. The plants are more productive in a greenhouse than they were in my indoor grows. They did have more trichomes indoors than they do outside in the greenhouse.
Since my passion is for medical purposes, I choose natural resources for my growing.
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Old 10-29-2018, 04:33 AM #92
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Hello my friends, I have been working a lot recently. Today I trimmed a few more plants. A Panama Deep Chunk and a Lebanese x Erdpurt. I'm filling up jars quickly, I will have to buy more soon. Both of these plants were very sticky to work with. I prefer to trim while the plants are still alive. I was to busy with work this season during harvest. I have several plants yet to trim and cure. All are dry and hanging waiting their turn.
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Well I have just over 200 joints rolled with my cigarette rolling machine. I was going to give them away to celebrate the passing of Measure 3. It didn't pass, so I say celebrate life!
I will continue to roll another 300. I have several cigar tins I will fill and give as presents this Christmas. Keeping it OLD SCHOOL.
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Hello my friends, the curing is going well. Some of my patients have received some buds already. I'm still bummed that Measure 3 didn't pass. I will have to stay with just a few patients again this year.
I have refined my grow environment and genetics. A big shout out to Aceseeds.org for their help. Merry Christmas to you all.
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2019 is only hours away. I have my line up for the upcoming season set. I unfortunately will be growing and donating cured buds illegally again. It will be at least two years before I can actually help others legally.
I have my genetics nailed down pretty well. I have tested about 75 strains in North Dakota. I'm still trying a Landrace here and there. I have about 6 Landrace strains to test yet. Only the Highland Nepalese will make the greenhouse this season. I will have one Mazar I Sharif outside.

I wish all of you a Happy New Year's! Happy growing. Peace. MedDakotabis
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Belated happy new year to ya! Bummer that Measure 3 was a bust.



I've been getting my kicks on the east side with literal lettuce in a deattached and unheated garage that gets opened and closed all too often. 600w HPS in a 4x4 with a flood and drain table. Even with -32 last week and -20 today, the water has yet to freeze despite occasional ice in the 60 gal rez and the plants are hanging on though last week shocked em. Surprisingly, I think I could pull off chile pepper or MJ if I backed off on ventilation, but the RH would be high and growth rate would be slow from temp and vapor pressure deficit.



Keep on keeping on man. Blizzards and cold, high altitude dessert, apartment rentals, the wife, stupid laws... nothing has stopped me from growing somethin.
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Catman, it's great to hear from you brother. Yes it has been cold, so f...ing cold. I don't have anything going myself. Still selecting genetics and number of each plant. I hope this is my best season yet. I'm only running a few strains this season. ( Purple Satellite, Auto Zamaldelica, Grape and Nepali Blue). I would like to have one Baglung Nepalese and a Highland Nepalese in the greenhouse also. Take care my friend.
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