Old Fogey’s breeding project seeds

bigsur51

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I was up at the softball field where I thought the visitors bench might have sight on my hillside girls. Looks like they are not visible. If they were taller(they are all 3.5-4 ft tall), that might change. Note to self: if I use the same area next year, I need to shift north maybe 10 yards. That should get them more sun as well.


hope you don’t have to worry about rippers
 

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hope you don’t have to worry about rippers
I will always worry about rippers. I try to minimize my trips to visit the hillside crew. The path I take to get to them looks like an animal path so far but the vegetation is getting tamped down more with each visit.
 

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I will always worry about rippers. I try to minimize my trips to visit the hillside crew. The path I take to get to them looks like an animal path so far but the vegetation is getting tamped down more with each visit.


brings back memories from the old gorilla grows I did in Oklahoma 20 yrs ago lol
 

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Went out and surveyed the hillside girls today. No new bug damage that I can see. The are looking pretty good for plants I am not really caring for. I thinned out the inner leaves pretty good to promote air flow. We are in store for more rain and generally cloudy weather so I figured it was time. Seeing some nice purple highlights on the lower buds and as I was picking leaves off I got overwhelmed with the smell of Concord grapes. I like that!
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The big picture…
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The second pic is post-thinning, the others are pre-thinning pics
 

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With all the rain, I need to take a hike today and shake the rain off the hillside crew. Probably will do some pinching too. Other folks on here are seeing a lot of bud rot and I don’t want to join the crowd. The Resident President planting has been getting the same inside/outside treatment my Freaky girls are getting. I need to do some pinching of fan leaves on them too. The RP will be giving up a good amount of seeds. I think I overdid the pollination phase to say the least. Oops…
 

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Went out and surveyed the hillside girls today. No new bug damage that I can see. The are looking pretty good for plants I am not really caring for. I thinned out the inner leaves pretty good to promote air flow. We are in store for more rain and generally cloudy weather so I figured it was time. Seeing some nice purple highlights on the lower buds and as I was picking leaves off I got overwhelmed with the smell of Concord grapes. I like that!View attachment 308470 View attachment 308471
The big picture…
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The second pic is post-thinning, the others are pre-thinning pics
Foggy Whats up with the hairy looking stuff
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