Looking real good Howak. And if you get a chance, I fully agree with Chitown. I have heard of young seedlings needing to get gradually weathered, but every plant I ever put outside always looked better than the day before when it was inside. I have moved about 6 outside at varying ages frim barely rooted clones to bushes 4 weeks into flower, and they have all only responded in a posotive way, not once was there a negative anything. So if you manage to find a spot, I would do it. Keep up the good work, and sorry people can be so shady after you hook them um CHi, thats pretty bogus.
I still stick by what I said though . . . . . CFL grown . . . it's never seen anything like the likes of the sun . . . . you're an inexperienced grower if you think a plant 6+ weeks into CFL budding can handle the intensity of the sun . . . . it's straight up foolishness.
but I"m cool with you guys if you still believe otherwise . . . not me who will have the fried bud.
yeah bro the Sk have been out for like 2 weeks now . . . .
I just have to get them in the ground which is becoming troublesome because of being sick . . . .
you got grasshoppers around there?
grasshoppers eat the shit out of them . . . or catterpillers . . . . watch out for that shit.
they're still realizing that it's veg time not bud time . . . indicas always get a little confused when they first go out . . . not really much I can do to stop it.
so in about a week they should be growing really wildly . . . .
shit bro . . . . it's the grasshoppers taking the big chunks out of the leaves . . . maybe the crickets too.
piss a square around those plants to keep the rabits, deer, and chipmunks away . . . .
there's probably something else you can do about the slugs, I just don't know off the top of my head.
as far as grasshoppers go, when you kill one, stick it on one of the plants or have it hanging somewhere near, grasshoppers don't like the smell or presence of dead grasshoppers