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Old 07-02-2009, 12:24 PM #21
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DiscoBiscuit: Yeah I'm lucky, demographically speaking. I have done indoor more than out, but the outdoor is just a whole different experience. And thanks a lot for the rep. I'm starting to understand the system and I appreciate it. And surprisingly I have over 1,000 views on the original thread in Soma's forum and only around 150 here and your the first to give me props so thank you very much. Not that the props matter all that much, but I'm just starting to get how it works, and it's nice that some one takes the time.
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I have some pictures, but I still need to upload them. I do have something though that I forgot in yesterdays' post. The few pics of the males. A couple suffered a little root damage from the pull, but all at this point are doing fine. Actually it has been cut down to two as of early today.

In no particular order here's the three about a week after getting pulled up from the plot.
I think you can see the blueish hue a little more that I was talking about, especially next to the pink wall. Anyways...
Largest but not seemed to be the healthiest


Healthiest 2nd Largest


And the little runt that got culled and culled again...

Close up of the beginning of "balls"




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Old 07-02-2009, 12:42 PM #22
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Great pics. Plants look really healthy and happy!

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Old 07-02-2009, 07:45 PM #23
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ahhh rant! was someone i know lol I thought it might be you for some odd reason....anyways GREAT thread and your girls look awesome...very healthy and BIG
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Really though, thank you all, you have me all flustered over here.

Notice the garden gettting bigger?


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Red Dragon




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Grape Ape


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Second Row:

NYCD #1





Blue Dream





Messy clustered bottom that I trimmed right after this picture

NYCD #2


NYCD #3

I love this horned look that the end of the leaves have...














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Old 07-02-2009, 09:30 PM #26
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OK you're all caught up with the Soma thread, so from here on out I think I'll up date this one and copy to that one because this one seems to get a little more love, and i just love, love.





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Everything is looking PERFECT,good healty OUTDOOR plants!

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damn your girls are getting big! I usually use organic sucanat for my sugar boost, never heard of using agave, but I do like agave syrup for my waffles so I will have to try it for my plants

Also I was wondering is this a guerilla grow?
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Glad that you could skate through ele. And kushko, I am starting to notice little yellow spots on the grape ape and I think it's due to over doing the agave, so go light. It's the only thing I could figure because whenever I used nutrients I normally go no more than 75% recommended dosage, (even though I used only organic items) it was the only item that was excessive. So the moral: be gentle and add small amounts until you find the dialed in point. I still went out and bought a case of it the other night, I don't believe it was the sweetener's fault, I think it was an over use on my part because for a time I added it to every watering, not much but in session in between flushing it adds up.

Oh yeah and it's somewhat of a guerilla grow, as far as being out in the boonies, but i tend it daily. I actually consider it my form of therapy, if I didn't sit with my girls for an hour a day I'd be a much more stressed person.
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