Beginning covert outdoor grow in N.E.

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The volunteer plant I found I had to move. The dang cats were messing with it. I also had a plant that didn't like the pot it was in. It has been sad ever since I put it there. I moved them both we will see they both have a week or will get culled. I have back ups just waiting in the sidelines for their spot in the sun.
 
Plants are starting to show some growth at the end of week 5 in the greenhouse. Current leaders are Snow Leopard and Beast Mode. The plants that have been uppotted to plastic pots will go into the ground outside after they get larger. You can clearly see the Gabagoo short flowering plants. All still half strength Jacks, Cal Mag and a tiny bit of Epsom Salt.
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Goji and Snow Leopard have hit a nice growth spurt. Waiting on the shorter version of each (in the plastic pots) to catch up with the bigger gals before they go outside into the ground. The four fabric pots will stay in the greenhouse.
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First up are two Gabagoo autos and to the right is supposed to be two Beast Mode autos but as you can see they have no resemblance. I think that the one in the back has to be a photo plant but I can't see how I mixed them up. We shall see.
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Next are two Goji x SSDD plants that look really good. The size of the leaves this early are impressive.
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This is the sixth set of leaves. You can see that I topped this plant 5 days ago. Jacks and Cal Mag.
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Goji and Snow Leopard have hit a nice growth spurt. Waiting on the shorter version of each (in the plastic pots) to catch up with the bigger gals before they go outside into the ground. The four fabric pots will stay in the greenhouse.
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First up are two Gabagoo autos and to the right is supposed to be two Beast Mode autos but as you can see they have no resemblance. I think that the one in the back has to be a photo plant but I can't see how I mixed them up. We shall see.
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Next are two Goji x SSDD plants that look really good. The size of the leaves this early are impressive.
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This is the sixth set of leaves. You can see that I topped this plant 5 days ago. Jacks and Cal Mag.
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Nice assortment. The beast mode that looks photo may be the one that actually has the beast mode pheno. The one I had like that was a tree over 6 ft. I had to put her in the ground outside. I gave her a bit of bloom this morning as she was getting some yellow leaves. The kittens are still trying to climb her.
 
I should have taken a photo to show but... I am using the AC Infinity bases so I can confidently leave my plants in the greenhouse for 4-5 days and know that they are geting water. I noticed that when I move the plants even a little bit the fabric wicks that extend into the water get moved out of place and will not work properly. I am wondering if anyone has found a solution to keep the wicks in place.
 
I should have taken a photo to show but... I am using the AC Infinity bases so I can confidently leave my plants in the greenhouse for 4-5 days and know that they are geting water. I noticed that when I move the plants even a little bit the fabric wicks that extend into the water get moved out of place and will not work properly. I am wondering if anyone has found a solution to keep the wicks in place.
I don't have those. Others do I am sure someone can and will help.
 
My 10 plants are moving along. Four outside and six in the greenhouse. All of them got sprayed down with Sil-Matrix for the second monthly preventative. Plants get half strength Jacks (either veg. or flower mix depending on cycle) and 1/2 cal-mag+ on every watering.
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First is the Snow Leopard. I have some concerns that this plant is a male but I can't tell yet. What do you think? I hope not. The plant is very healthy. They had just been watered after three days away so they are a little drooping in the photo.
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Next are two Gabagoo and one Beast Mode autos, with a couple of celery plants mixed in. Buds are accumulating slowly.
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Next are the Beast Mode, non-auto version? and Goji x SSDD. Both look good and no signs of the start of flowering on these two.
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Lastly, outside I have the smaller versions of the greenhouse plants. These plants are much smaller then I have been at this point in earlier grows but I think that they will still grow out plenty.
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Class A setup man. Love that greenhouse. Sure beats that old hoop house in the horse pasture I had few years back..lol.
 
Snow Leopard. I have some concerns that this plant is a male but I can't tell yet. What do you think? I hope not. The plant is very healthy.
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I also believe it’s male, but I can’t zoom in on the picture without it getting blurry.
From what I can tell, though, it looks covered in balls.
 

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