Flowering

PirateJoe

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Ya that explains why the plant took so long to flower. I don't have enough plants to try your rodelization method in fact I never heard of doing this before but its fun to experiment if you have the time and a few extra girls to play around with. Every year outside is different and I am learning to grow totally organic for the past couple of years and it has its rewards and a few downfalls. Mother Nature can play havoc on you without adding any extra stresses to the plant and add the insects above and below the plant that love your organic soil mix and it can be quite challenging even with proven strains. This year I had some of my branches of my Magic Melon strain yellowing on me and took a wild guess that it was a root problem so I purchased 20 million beneficial nematodes and man that plant looks great again. Fight nature with nature if you can I guess. Im starting to see a bit of powdery mildew just starting on one of my so called bullet proof strains and im using a product called cyclone ( a natural product ) and its got that under control. All my plants were heavily topped and LST trained and I just couldn't keep up with the thinning out of the middle of the plants and thats where PM usually starts but I've got all that under control for now its been that kind of summer hot hazy and humid with very heavy dew at night a magnet for PM. I will be posting some more pics in a couple of weeks. One of my Pineapple Muffin plants is well into bud and the other 3 are coming along good . Nice pics Uncle C hope she finishes well for you
The insects this year are unreal.Japanese Beetles, Army Worms, Grasshoppers, Locust, you name it they are thick this year.
 

RajaMo

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Grandpa stash #1
 

RajaMo

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So I have a question why am I not able to post pictures? It’s keeps saying the image is to large , any idea on how to fix this I’m using a iPhone . I just use my phone for calling lol I’m cool like that haha
Guess I figured it out
 

Uncle Canuck

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Aug 12, 2021
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So I have a question why am I not able to post pictures? It’s keeps saying the image is to large , any idea on how to fix this I’m using a iPhone . I just use my phone for calling lol I’m cool like that haha
Sometimes it’s just a matter of editing your picture and making it a little smaller. If that doesn’t work contact THC cause it might be something else. Well I’m glad you were able to share the pink kush pics. Very nice. How many weeks into flower is it?
 

Alphatoy

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I like following post of people from different regions too. I have an auto growing that I started late February that is just now starting to develop frosty trichomes. She’s been flowering for months, her twin sister finished early June and is good quality smoke. This one is a beast, it’s buds are so heavy I have to stake up each branch. I’m not the best picture taker, but the buckets in the picture are 2.5 feet apart and the height is approximately 4 feet tall.
🤠Yes Joe But You are Pro🧠 with growing 🧙‍♂️
 

Canadan

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Wow that's going to be some sticky when its finished nice pic
As for the photos being too large I ran into the same problem. You have to go into preview and click photos to resize them its in the tool bar and I adjusted mine to 640x640. Don't know why it does that now because it didn't last year with my other photos maybe someone more computer savvy would answer that one . I import all my photos from my iPhone to my iMac
 

rembrandt100

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May 10, 2021
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I am in S. Ontario also. Only 1 (White Widow) of 3 plants that I have outside have gone into flower. One of the other is Bruce Banner Fast and I am told the fast refers to 45 instead of 60 days to harvest after flowering. I guess we will see what happens, The 3rd plant from a bud of OJ Kush that I had. I think though that this will be my last year growing photo plants.

As an aside I started 2 Auto plants indoors in April. One was Dwarf Low Flyer that was ready and harvested in 7 weeks 2 days. The second was Northern Lights and it was ready in 13 weeks. I know that put me 1 plant over my limit. Two weeks before I harvested those 2 plants I started a Jack Herer July 4th. See pic 1. Note that when I topped it I did not cut all the way thru the main stem. It then grew 3 cola's. It is now 7 weeks 1 day and in flower. See pic 2. July 17 I started 2 more Auto's. A second DLF (see pic 3) that is now in flower and a Northern Lights / Gelato. In pic 3 (the 2nd DLF) note that usually there are 2 leaves and 2 limbs that form on each side of the plant at the nodes. But this plant has 2 limbs on 1 side and a normal one on the other side also note that the double limbed side are 1/2 the size of the regular one.
 

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RajaMo

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My pink kush I think this plant knows I love it the most lol
 

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Uncle Canuck

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It looks loved. Very nice. I’m getting so excited for my first harvest. Wish I didn’t wait til my mid forties to start this hobby.
 


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