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Old 07-18-2009, 12:21 AM #1
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Attack of the Sativas (and autos)

Well I started all these mid-late June, Masterlows and unknown bagseed went outside June 28. Rest went out first week of July.

The only thing they have had to eat is some osmocote time release and some basic 10-10-10 plant food one time, I am going to start feeding them for real w/ bc micro and bloom nutes once it is sunny for at least 2 days w/ no rain, as it has rained 2 a week for like 2 months straight.

Most were topped by some vermant, 2 masterlows got dug up along w/ 3-4 la nina x skunks, and then i got mixed up on what was what after replanting and what not, So here is everything to the best of my knowledge.

la nina x skunk 1 (2)









Masterlow Micro Pheno







La nina x skunk 1 (possibly dont know for sure or its a malawi, but doesnt look like one)









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Masterlow Male











Probably deep spacey, but could be unknown bagseed







Malawi Gold x Colombian Gold (2)





Malawi Gold x Colombian Gold





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Old 07-18-2009, 12:26 AM #2
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Oh sorry for double post but i have 1 for sure la nina skunk in a cornfield if it survived, and 6 more malawi x colombian in a different spot will take pictures later this week.

I have to tell the story about this year started like 20 something plants in may someone stole all of them (different spot) when they were only like 6 inches. So i start like 60 plants lol give half to a friend put out 12 in corn fields well all those 12 except the one lone la nina got yanked by the farmers.

So I have lost like 5-6 strains, but luckily my buddy has them all at his spots along w/ a lot of other good strains that i dont have because i gave him like 50 seeds of about 10 different strains, and he promised me half his crop, but even if he only gives my 1/4 im cool w/ that.

So it started off rough and hopefully i can pull through and get like a lb or two.

Will also be starting blue streak and more masterlows, and maybe esbe strains if my buddy veg's some for me.
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Old 07-27-2009, 07:06 PM #3
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Looks good based on what you're feeding them, but why didnt you cull the males? Making a seed run?
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Good beginig. Can you write your strains? When you are planning to harvest them?
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:56 AM #5
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The name of the strain is above the series of pictures that I took of it.
I plan on harvesting the malawis late november, the la nina x skunk la sometime in october, master lows mid to late august, and rest I am just going to play by sight.

I didn't cull the male because it wasnt going to pollinate anything but the masterlow and well i guess i did cull it right after those last pics were taken, and I don't even think it pollinated the masterlow because of the wet weather, but we shall see.

So, finally time for the update, they look droopy due to the shitty rainy weather, I fed them w/ nutes when these pics were taken.

Sad news the 3 malawis well somehow were just sticks in the ground, but good thing I have 3 different ones to show you.

Sorry for quality of pics my g/f took the ones that were taken at night.

Masterlow Micro Pheno



Masterlow Female



La Nina x Skunk 1



La Nina x Skunk 1 (2)



Bagseed



Another Bagseed that I didn't know existed until the night I took these pictures.


Malawi Gold x Colombian Gold



Malawi Gold x Colobian Gold (plant 2)



Malawi Gold x Colombian Gold (plant 3) I did not supercrop this, this is just how I found it.

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Hehe ... nice little guerilla garden there. Love the micro pheno. k+
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Nice, yes the micro pheno is a funny looking flower :smile:


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dkmonk, I am going to follow those MG x CG plants, sooooo SEXY sativa´s
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Yah I love the micro lol

Hopefully those 3 mg x cg stay there the last 3 that i showed in my first post got ate all the way by something one was completley missing 1 was a stem w/ no leaves and the other was like a 2 inch stem. The 3 that I just put up are in a completley different spot, so I hope all goes well.

Funny thing is about the last 3 that got ate is all the other plants (masterlows, la nina skunk, bagseeds) are only about 60 yards away in a different spot and didn't get touched although all of them early on got topped by something but nothing as extreme as what happened I thought someone found them, but then they would of found my others, and I wouldn't think a human would leave stems figured it would pull the whole plant up.
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