Old Fogey’s breeding project seeds

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Gave the hillside crew some bud candy, Kelp4Less bloom nutes and, of course, cal mag. Trimmed away some lower branches and checked for bud rot(none found) and PM. A few leaves had done PM. Removed them and hopefully later today I can give them a Dr Zymes spraying. Mostly cloudy trichomes to match our weather lately. An amber here and there. 2 more weeks! A couple of them are starting to lean over due to weight of maybe my friend the black bear is pushing them over on me. Starting Thursday we are supposed to get sun for a week. They need it…
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Was that planted late seems far behind for your local.
Planted in the ground late from 2 liter pots. They were very root bound. That is probably why they are as small as they are. I have grown in the soil outside before though and they are following the same general timeline as other grows. In my experience, harvest time is mid to late October here. Previous grows were different strains as well so I don’t think it is strain related. Latitude makes a difference in when outdoor grows flower. These plants will be 8 weeks in flower around next Sunday. My brother harvested some of the seeds I sent him that were grown inside and they went about 9 weeks. So ‘2 more weeks’! ;)
 

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I know my 6-plant-in-a-gallon-pot plants need cal mag or have nute lockout or are rootbound/overcrowded. It was a lousy experiment to try this. I pretty much expected those plants would be fkd…

The hillside crew could very well need cal mag. They have been fed only a handful of times and are growing in natural(I hope), unamended soil. Today they are getting a dose of bud rot rain. The next week looks like it will dry out here. Going to go shake the shite out of them when the rain has passed. I can’t use a leaf blower on them as where they are growing, it would look suspicious to anyone seeing an old fogeys using a leaf blower in a field of weeds…
 

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Went to shake the rain off the hillside crew and found them all laying down. I think the weight of the rain was too much for the stems. Bummer. I propped them up with some rocks. I hope that keeps them upright. A couple of branches broke off too so I trimmed them up and have them hanging to dry now. It will be some speedy weedy for sure. Mostly cloudy trichs, a dash of amber here or there with a smattering of clear.
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The branches that broke off are trimmed up, hang dried and in a paper bag for a bit before going into jars. The smell on these is fruit punchy(confirmed by Mrs Fogey since I am drying them without a carbon filter and the house doesn’t stink like weed). I may just use the couple ounces I got for some dry ice hash as the nugs are small and the trichomes were mostly cloudy and no amber that I could find.
 

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I was trimming this morning brother. My back was killing me. Got 4 of the Big Canning Jars full. A bag of trim for cooking and a container full of trim for making powder hash. The scissor hash tasted great. Awesome buzz.😁
 

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