Candydawg and banana blaze

So just getting ready for another round I have 5candydawg and 5banana blaze in soak also I have 2 unknown I was sent 2psychoberry 2cheisel and 2chem91 crosses so they’ll be either 1 of those 3strains here’s the 2 randoms I’ve just started off

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Haven’t seen you around much. Good luck with new grow. Keep us updated. :+1:

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I’m watching you!!! Lol good luck

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Just been sorting out some family life stuff and enjoying the fruits of my labour I’ve had the odd little browse on here but mainly just reading and liking, thanks for your support guys :blush:

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I pulled just under 2kilo on my last run I should of lollipopped more I had a fair bit of popcorn nuggets

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not too much going on in the garden the 2 randoms are doing well they’ve been joined by a sour apple cut I was gifted from a friend and some of the candydawg and banana have popped their heads above soil I’ve just got a fresh few bottles of feed for later on in the grow while I wait twiddling my thumbs

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Little update the sour apple cut has took off nicely I’m dealing with really hot temps atm as you can see they don’t really like it but weather is beaming so can’t be helped

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strange looking plant it’s a candydawg not too sure what went off but it’s deformed be keeping my eye on her to see how she grows and hopefully will just grow as usual from this point on

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Looking good. :+1:

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Thank you I’m a bit worried about the heat but I’ve got no choice but to work through it not really done anything yet other then oversee them as to small to touch the cutting has been lst to make it more bushy she was a bit leggy for my liking when I got her

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Can anyone advise me about secret outdoor grows I have 3 autos I want to put somewhere it’s illegal where I live so hence the secret part if I was to plant them now do you think it will have long enough to finish nicely yield is not important here it’s just to see if it can be done where I plan to put it without anyone finding it

@repins12 was a outdoor guerrilla grower. Not sure if he can give advice on secret grow as far as something on your own property.

Where do you plan to put it???

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No not on my own property it’s on some land that’s just been left for years it’s fenced off so not to many people go on there biggest threat I can think of will be rabbits and or bugs I’ve lived near to it my whole life and only ever been on there twice my question is more on will they have enough time to finish I’m unsure on outdoor season I should add I’m from the u.k if that makes any sort of difference

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If they are autos, as long as you have warm weather long enough, they should be fine. The autos don’t take near as long to finish out as the photos, usually. How much longer do you have that the average nighttime average temp won’t get below the mid 50"s? :v:

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Only just missed the start of outdoor season by a couple weeks so should be good were above average temps for this time of the year at the moment so that’s of no worry to me I’m starting them off indoors till their big enough to not be destroyed instantly so maybe a week indoors then move to the spot I’m going to the site today to check things over and dig out a resting place for them I have 2 critical xxl auto and a mazar auto that I’m going to put down

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Little look at the indoor garden

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@repins12 this is inside the place it’s a good few miles of land like this been disused for 19years, looks nitrogen rich soil there’s a few spots that get light from sun up to sun down I’m thinking I will find a decent spot there and do a test run

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Those photos was took at 7am in the morning sun had been up a hour or 2 by then

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That looks like a pretty worn trail. I would want to be well off of it and never enter my grow from same path. Just my opinion. Area looks killer though.