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Looking good Orange! This is your cross?
Upper 30's here today. You're lucky.
 

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20's here, your both lucky.

Those do look nice Orange. Purple peaches..yum.
 

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yes---and yes---pineapple peach x purple kush = purple peach---upper 60's here during the day and verrrrry cold at night---frost on the lawn in the am---thanks for stopping in---
 

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That purple peach is bomb:aok:
 

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little too much rain for the PP to be outside right now---brought them in for the night and turned on the de-humidifier---
 

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well I guess rain is better then snow:)
 

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sure is---as you know it rolls right off your back---hope you are feeling better and finished up that trimming you were working on there duck---
 

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girls got moved back outdoors today to do what they do---make us :) ---gonna bring up the alkalinity in the soil in effort to thwart any possibility of mildew and mold---:icon_smile:

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thanks orange

they do not look any worst for wear, a bit cold though
 

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orangesunshine said:
gonna bring up the alkalinity in the soil in effort to thwart any possibility of mildew and mold
Does that help? Never heard that before- and boy I sure could have used some help with this years outdoor run.
 

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We have the most alkaline soil here and it is true we don't have much problem with mildew but I thought that was the 110 degree temps in the summer. Interesting Orange.
 

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this is an untested theory---we already know that pm thrives in neutral to acidic soil, and it loves humidity over 47%---all foliar spray remedies and sulphur burns treat it when it appears and focus on changing the Ph level in the leaves---i know it is coming---relative humidity here tomorrow is gonna be 78%---this stuff has pushed many a early harvest in the past and ruined entire crops---this is an attempt to be proactive and preventative---makes sense to me that it will work and i ain't gonna know until i try it---so here we go---wish me luck---these are uncharted waters---
 

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So you're going to up the ph in the soil? Be very interested in your results. Keep us posted. And good luck!
 

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Best wishes ...that is humid almost 80 %... Good luck again Orange and hi by the way.
 

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:ciao: Rosebud---sorry to waste your time with the crappy picture but i swear they were both in focus when i took them lol---new issue is temps---getting down to 30's at night---they seem to be doing ok for the time being---we will see:icon_smile: :48:
 

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Not looking bad but those temps:eek:
 

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yea duck---little scary---not quite freezing---but certainly very cold and bringing out some beautiful color---as i said before i'm more concerned with the humidity and the pm---when it rains again they will be coming inside for a visit with the dehumidifier---thanks for checking in---:48:
 

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yeah I get some amazing colors here on my od after a couple of light frosts.
 

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