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Old 01-13-2018, 10:36 AM #1
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Talking 2018 outdoor cambodian grow

Hello everyone

I should start this with mentioning that I'm a long term lurker and first time poster and would like to thank everyone here for the wonderful information found here.

This year has been real successful attempt at growing, with all past attempts being seeds planted in the bush that didn't get watered when i was younger. I'm in Australia but i was still a bit late with the seeds going in the ground in mid December. These seeds where collected in Cambodia during my travels and there growing in a mixture of compost and soil mulched with pea straw.



This plant is from a seed collected in Phnom Penh, its from the most common type of bud in the city its a bit citrusy with undertones of spice and skunk with a strong head high almost "trippy".



This one was planted a bit later and is from a seed from Siem Reap, with strong mint scent with head high but slightly calmer.

I am open to any advice.

Should i top soon?
Do they need a transplant ?

thanks everyone and I hope this is of some interest.
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:28 AM #2
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Awesome. Lookin forward to seeing how they do.

Since they are from seed I would wait until at least 7 nodes to top, better yet 12.

I'd personally wait until they bulked up a little more before transplant.
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Awesome first post! I'm a sucker for Cambodians. I've always preferred to let new plants grow untopped the first time around to get a feel for their natural structure. If height is an issue, you can always do some LST. That's my personal preference though, and I have far less experience than half of the folks here.

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Welcome from down under. If height is an issue then I'd top them soon, otherwise you could leave them untopped. I would also get them into bigger pots or in the ground and find a sunnier spot so they can bush up. Correct me if I'm wrong, but from the amount of stretch it looks like they don't get many hours of direct sunlight?
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Thanks everyone

I'm thinking I might top soonish but than again I agree with djimb and want to see there natural structure, hopefully they wont get taller than the fence.

Natural high you are correct I have had them in a some what shady spot due to the hot weather, I have moved them to a new spot that hopefully get more sun.
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Very cool! Looking forward to this grow!
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Transplant

The girls got a fresh transplant this morning, they probably had enough room for now but its looking like they're a bit nitrogen hungry.



They are in a mixture mushroom compost and soil with a bit of blood meal mixed in hopefully it will do the trick.
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Old 01-29-2018, 01:49 AM #8
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Can I assume there are both females?




I apologize for the poor photo quality

Also it looks like this plant decided on doing LST


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Old 01-29-2018, 04:18 AM #9
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It's difficult to see in your photos, but those look to me like axial branch buds opening. They can be easy to mistake for female preflowers, but they'll grow into new branches. the preflowers will grow in where the branch meets the main stem, and usually only after the leaves/branches switch from opposite to alternate. When you see pistils, there'll be no doubt.

Here's an example of young branchas growing out and the beginning of alternating nodes:


This plant ended up being a male.

And not a great photo, but Here's a shot of the first female preflowers on a different plant:


Hope this helps!

That last plant looks like It's trying to reach the sun. Does it get a lot of shade?

They're looking great! Keep up the good work!
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Very cool! Im here for this one. Love seeing modern day collections.
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