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This was one patch out of the two that I planted that year. Since I am getting msg to ...
BC Outdoor Canada
This was one patch out of the two that I planted that year. Since I am getting msg to post a journal about how my adventure went and how successful it was I finely decided to post a quick thread.
My first patch had 700 plants. The strain was BC Big Bud x Ruderalis. The genotype was mothered and, of course, cloned over the winter months. I planted in June1,2,and 3. Here are some pic's.
The cuttings are placed in 5gallons of sunshine mix #4 with time release fret (osmocoat) can't memember how to spell it. Its apparently the better stuff on the market and it has a cost to go with it.
cool dude! do you have any more pics?
Week seven Outside B.C Canada
Hi, yea sure do! I am trying to learn this journal thing but it's kinda confusing. How do u blog in just one journal entry? Or does it just keep opening a new entry under a new title? Ill post some more pic's right now.
These are week seven outside. Some doing good, some a little small. But you take what you can get when your outside. And I did this NOT on the BC coast line!
These plants were not feed with any liquid frets. They were just grown' in good old sunshine #4 with some quality time release NPK. Ill post more pic's, but dinner is now ready.
Able To Roll A Joint
Able to roll a joint
nice. they look good and happy. cant wait to see how it turns out.
The final pics but not the last patch :)
These plants were now feed liquid General Hydroponics Bloom about four times. The does was 60ML per 5 gallons of water. I started to stimulate flower by introducing a high bloom feed in the final weeks of June. July and August came by were I had to water every five days. Now, it took all day to water when I had to mix into a 55gallon drum. Than used an genset with a built in inverter to run a 1/4hp pump on a 100foot hose to water.
The plants were potted in a buffing zone; in which, logging could not happen. Their was a close call with tree planters but funny enough I knew one of them. During the four days of planting, I counted 22 black bears, 1 female brown, 1 brown sow with two cubs and 1 griz with two cubs. Oh, and one dead black bear. This was along a 55km stretch to my (one) of my patch's. Ill post some pic's of a very large beehive and than next week a bear fucked it all up.
It took seven trimmers about 4 days but really five days to trim. Use a trim pro automatic which works awesome for outdoor plants lol. Total was 56lb in this one patch. Not bad for my first time.
More Finel Outdoor Pic BC Canada
Hard to post pics because some have friends in the trim shack that we built so these photos are the best I can give yea guys. It got dark out quick and the 1KM hike on a game trail was spooky at 4-5pm. The trails got black and my location has the highest bear capital in the world. But, this last year, I run into a bear in my back yard (about a truck length away). He just starred. I played stupid like I did not see him. Nothing to close for encounters at this patch except grouse flocking yea as they dart by!
When trying to trim all this pot, it became hard to keep the pot stored right outside because their was four days of full trimming. Their was some bud mold but it really was not that bad! More the second year I did this.
Here some more pics!
Well, there was one step of photos I forgot to update with. It was the spacing out process. Just going to post a few to show how funny it looks, but than you can look back and see how much they all filled out.
For drying the pot, it was taken to a location with a large shop with a furnace. I used a shovel to flip the pot around when it was layed out on a tarp to sweat it out after it's initial dry. Their was more than 56 LB at that time. Since both locations came down back to back. The trim crew was not the same. Sometimes I had to get new trimmers because after one day, some people dont want to come back.
The trimmers were paid 20 an hour, plus given each a safeway bag of smoke if they stayed til the work was done. That's about a LB of product for each trimmer. Of course the product was trimmed too!
BTW, I could not fined that beehive photo. Il look again.
This is not my last outdoor, I have another one too. This time I have pics of my clone room, mothers and the outdoor. I am not sure I have the photos of my finished product at one of the patch's but Ill look into it!
Wow....I like to trim but I can't imagine having to trim all that! Awesome grow...and only your first one?? Hope you have lots of pics of your next attempts! Keep posting!
HI, well thanks. It was my first outdoor grow yup. I have had another season too. I have more pic's of the new seasons grow. I usually look forward to trimming but than I get tired of it soo damn fast. Just done to much of it and now just fucking waste of time. I have so much other work to do lol.
I trimed this product but than I went and helped two friends trim theirs. They both had patchs at their place and than a large one together outside of town. I trimmed sept 8 til spet 28 basicly every fucking day! I drank alot of Heineken, Keystone, kokanne, anythig lol. Lunch was poor qualily. Sometimes good like corn and hot dogs on fire, sometimes I just did not eat. Became very expensive bring food for everyone.
Together lets get these pot prices back up to normal!
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