The summer grow girls

Colamaker

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Getting pumped for summer and these are some of the line up for the summer grow. I will keep updating throughout the Summer as outdoors can be a huge success or mother nature can stomp on your grow in 1 severe storm. This is 1 reason I do autos in between the photos. Autos are smaller and in manageable pots and can put in barn if weather gets stupid. Back up smoke. Lol. This summer grow will be featuring a bunch of seeds from our members.
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Homegrown Cannabis Co. This is #2
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Member Willy seed. This is actually #1
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Member Sean53 seed
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Member Happyfew32 seed
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Member Happyfew32 seed
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Member Jason seed.
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Member Jason seed.
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Member Happyfew32 seed
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The photos from multiple members
Frisian Dew - Happyfew32
Baked Alaska - Happyfew32
White Thunder - Dankstrainchaser
White Widow x Bubblegum - Droidjordan
2 Lemon Jeffery - Sam
Gelato - HCC
Grapefruit - Droidjordan
Black Garlic - local grower seed
Also germinating is
See no evil & Dead Hot Strawberry from Geechijesus
Also Cookie Express & sour Express from Member Wadehump
Yes! This is going to be a fun summer.
 

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droptopchevy

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Beautiful. I saw what you said about the back up autos. Definitely a great idea.
Are you doing those in fabric pots and the rest in ground or what is your plan there? I was thinking of doing the majority in ground and keeping some in pots.
 

Colamaker

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Beautiful. I saw what you said about the back up autos. Definitely a great idea.
Are you doing those in fabric pots and the rest in ground or what is your plan there? I was thinking of doing the majority in ground and keeping some in pots.
So far I'm doing .. 20 gallon fabric pots 7 gallon fabric pots, 5 gallon fabric pots a few in ground.
 

Jason

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Nice line up and shout out to the contributing members! My West Coast OG x Cheese XXL are stretching like shit and already starting to bloom in my "Back up Cab".
 

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Colamaker

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Nice line up and shout out to the contributing members! My West Coast OG x Cheese XXL are stretching like shit and already starting to bloom in my "Back up Cab".
Not gonna lie Jason. This wc x cheese XXL is a mother trucker of a genetic to grow lol. This and norther sky have been my toughest plants in a long time. But now I think we are at a stage of compromise and they are doing pretty good.
 

Jason

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Not gonna lie Jason. This wc x cheese XXL is a mother trucker of a genetic to grow lol. This and norther sky have been my toughest plants in a long time. But now I think we are at a stage of compromise and they are doing pretty good.
What kind of issues are you having with them again? MIne took off like a bat out of hell. The stretch is my fault from trying to cover to much area with my old blurple light and 24+ inches. Two of the three I popped are doing great, one is very stunted from me overwatering it. The others are keeping right up with the White Widow Express (Phoenix Seeds), and the Platinum OG x Super Stomper. I'm still not sure what I'm going to do with these Autos but most likely they'll be put outside.
 

Colamaker

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Oh the one is overly sensitive to everything lol. The other just had a hard time from the start. I'm using different soil that very hot in nuts and I pumped some nuts and really pissed em off. Mostly my fault. But I just had a rough time germinating them, very weak to get through the soil. I had to move the soil so the seed could pop through then pop and froze. But now she's cooking and starting to look great.
 

PirateJoe

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It has been a cold wet Spring. Usually goes from Winter to Summer, not this year. I could use some sun on my girls, have had enough rain. They are holding on pretty well, but I expected a little more development by now. These pictures are a couple of weeks old, all autos.
 

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Colamaker

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You running all autos? Look good. What's the Dwarf purple one?. I have 8 autos I started beginning April in hopes to finish them outside, then can start the full summer outdoor autos. Plus have a shit load of photos I would like to get outside. But 30s at night will kill em. The stupid weather people said it was going to be a over average warm spring. Those jack asses couldn't be any more wrong.
 

PirateJoe

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You running all autos? Look good. What's the Dwarf purple one?. I have 8 autos I started beginning April in hopes to finish them outside, then can start the full summer outdoor autos. Plus have a shit load of photos I would like to get outside. But 30s at night will kill em. The stupid weather people said it was going to be a over average warm spring. Those jack asses couldn't be any more wrong.
The dwarf is Fast Berry strain from Fast Buds, so is the fourth picture, same day birth same batch. Second picture is Sweet Tooth and it has a twin that is small while the one pictured is going to put out some volume. Again same strain same batch, different results. Weather related issues, too cold, too wet, lack of sun.
 

Colamaker

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Update on some girls.
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2 West coast og x cheese XXL from Jason.
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Critical Neville haze from Happyfew32
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Og kush from willy
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Northern sky from Sean53
Northern sky and the other og kush I didn't post did not like the ocean forest soil. Very sensitive. The og kush I did post was struggling with it also but it was a stronger plant/seed and pulling through. Ocean forest is extremely hot and nuts are not needed for autos until very late in the grow or at all. Ill post more soon.
 

PirateJoe

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I love the challenges from outdoor growing in the Midwest. Always a crap shoot. This year I timed it just right, started early on my autos, three down and two to go. One more needs a few more weeks to mature and the last is a cross experiment of a Sweet Tooth auto pollinated by me with a Wild Thai Fem self pollination. That plant finally flowered after twelve weeks and the Sativa traits are dominant, it’s going to be a big producer. I’m having trouble trying to hide it. Best of luck to you on your outdoor grow, may the bugs be limited and the sun shining when you need it. Love that setup and view.!
 


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