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Old 06-20-2018, 08:08 PM #1
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Mass Grass 2018

What up fellow Mass Holes I thought we could all share our comings and goings of this years season. This year I am gonna try keeping my plants shorter and bushier cause last year was a pain in the ass taking care of 13 foot christmas trees. I put my plants out yesterday from a t5 to shade with some filtered sun. Today they are in full sun and seem to be very happy. Got 5 more holes to ammend tonight and the plants will go in the ground its looking like friday morning as I am busy as hell. Well good luck out there and happy growing



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Looking good man. Almost done with the hard part. Besides the waiting game lol
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I’ve had mine out for a about a week. I’m pulling them inside at night and sitting under flouros. I’m totally stoked as a month ago I didn’t know I would have an outdoor spot. It’s been nice this year so far
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Iíve had mine out for a about a week. Iím pulling them inside at night and sitting under flouros. Iím totally stoked as a month ago I didnít know I would have an outdoor spot. Itís been nice this year so far
I am trying to keep mothers inside this year so couldn't bring them back in once they went out. I will be alot happier once they are in the ground. Still got those stupid gypsy moths but not as bad this year so will have to watch that. Good luck man
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Looks good man. Def gonna watch this one
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The gypsy moths were really bad last year and they ate everything but the weed plants.

This year we have then again but they don't seems as bad.

I've got quite few plants this year mostly from seed. We're running schrom, cocoa kush, Apollo 11, peyote purple, nl x chronic and grapefruit. I kind of wish I had thrown c99 in the mix but it's kind of late to start from seed now.

What strains is everyone running?
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I lost alot last year to those stupid caterpillars. This year outdoor is everything from this winters indoor. Outdoor will have Fb 1,2,3, and a couple of the mutant, 2 cognac, the fruity fem, 2 scout breath, and 2 platinum huklberry cookies.

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The mutant is one of the FB that after popping up took about 3 weeks before it did anything and then it took off catching the others that were popped at the same time. It is a nasty smell and pretty strong stone.
The cognac and platinum huklberry cookies were given to me without much info. The fruity fem is just a free fem I got given to me and it yields well and smells great with a good recreational stone.
Have 11 of them out there now just waiting for another mutant clone to get a little bigger before putting it out.
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Looks awesome man. I’m about to throw some clones outdoors for my first go at it. I had way to many from my indoor setup. Could I ask what you amend your soil with. I’m not sure if it’s easier to just throw them in giant pots or if I should put them in the ground. I’m completely clueless to the outdoor game. Also from ma so just curious what works round these parts
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put them in the ground.. use half and half.. 1/3rd happy frog.. 1/3rd fox farms ocean forest. 1/3rd sunshine.. and watch it take off.. or if u can feed a shit ton.. do 45 gallon pots of coco and watch them beast out..
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Hey fellow Massholes. I was hoping to see this Mass thread start up again this season. Thanks OG NoMan

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