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2 Reg. Boss Hogg by Cali Connection

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by DutchCookies, Feb 27, 2014.

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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Day 1 - Germinated for 2 Days Paper Towel Method & Transplanted to used Miracle Grow soil. Watered then 24 Hrs. Later.

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    dopeydog

    dopeydog Active Member

    nice I have been interested in this one. because of the description most of all. what type of environment will you be putting them into?
     
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    LockedOutOfHeaven

    LockedOutOfHeaven Well-Known Member

    I have 2 boss hog seeds too. I have been holding on to them for over a year! Not sure why Im waiting but.... I'm subbed for the ride. Want to see what I'm missing out on.
     
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    757growin

    757growin Well-Known Member

    Ran it last yr. The biggest freaking leaves I have ever grown on a plant. I thought it smells like pickles others said relish. Either way dank and will be running again this year.
     
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    TWS

    TWS Well-Known Member

    I have some of those thanks to....... 757 !!!!!
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    I'll be keeping them indoors for the first few weeks, under a 26W CFL, because of unexpected forecast. I guess I got too anxious as the is my first grow ever. But, I stay in a semitropical climate. So it stays like 82F Degrees average in the peak of the season.
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Any advice would be helpful. I think I may have started them pretty early for an outdoor grow. What's the general growth pattern like? A photo would be awesome too.
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Just received Pro-Mix Bx. Will be transplanting as soon as my Advanced seeds Skunk Mass Auto have completed germination. Pics soon.
     
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    takaosma

    takaosma Member

    I haven’t heard good things about miracle grow, I’ve heard time based nutes can burn em. but I’m still fresh to the game too, best of luck dutch! :D Subd*
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Its been about a month since Ive popped the 2 BH. One of them started yellowing and showing black spots on the second set of leaves. Ive basically considered it dead but as long as it still stands Ill water and feed. BTW Ive been using the normal feed schedule of General Organics GO Box. I havent checked them out since the first feed because of my local weather but will give them a look later today. Hopefully Ill notice some shake back but in the condition I left it in I highly doubt it. One the other hand the big sister seems to be doing great. But I have being paying close attention and it appears to be growing pretty faster than any of my other babies. I pray this isnt a trait of a MALE!! We'll see IG. If it is Ill keep it and harvest those seeds for sure. That way next years go around will have a higher chance.


    Comments & Inquiries Welcome :leaf:
     
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    757growin

    757growin Well-Known Member

    So what's ur questions. ..
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    No really specific questions or anything yet. But I just generally wanted to hear more about your experience with this strain.
     
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    Colorado Old Guy

    Colorado Old Guy Active Member

    Hey Cookies, I planted my boss hog in miracle grow seed starter....didn't fertilize at all.....
    Planted out third week of May..... Do not prune or top, if you do the plant will fail in wind. One of mine did, I had to splint it back together, managed to save it but it yielded a little less than the others...the plants tend to grow in a somewhat rounded shape and did not exceed 5 feet in height. Wonderful yield and the buds were white and very sticky to handle during trimming. I intend to grow this again. Be careful you don't get carried away with the nutes and water, the plants are really sensitive, especially to water. Get an inexpensive moisture meter so you can test down into the pot. I find myself watering when the top is dry and that's too much, the moisture is still there down inside the pot. A meter might help you. The leaves will discolor and growth will slow or stop if you give them too much water. Prepare your outdoor site now. All I did was three handfuls of 16/16/16 fertilizer and a bucket of mulch dug into a three foot circle about a foot deep. But, I did it early enough so the fertilizer was incorporated into the soil when I set out the plants.
    Didn't fertilize again at all. Harvested in mid-September, a little over a pound of finished Bud per plant......
     
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    Colorado Old Guy

    Colorado Old Guy Active Member

    Hey Cookies. Just checked my records....out of ten Boss Hogg seeds, seven germinated....overwatering killed two in seedling pots......one destroyed in thunderstorm downburst...one hermie .....so out of ten seeds, I wound up with three finished plants which averaged 1.24 lbs/plant of cured Bud.
    I definitely will try this again and hope I can improve on the finished percentage. Best Regards
     
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    757growin

    757growin Well-Known Member

    Sorry dont remember too much besides what I've said. It was a descent producer, covered in trichs. Co old guy seems right on.
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Yeah I may have been over watering because I have VERY little growth and its been going for about 2 months.

    This thread is officially in crisis mode.:spew: :wall::finger::cuss::fire:
     
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    DutchCookies

    DutchCookies New Member

    Update & Pic Soon. Be Aware This Will Be Brutal
     

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