Barney's Sweet Tooth outdoors Go Go Go!

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by Huh??, Aug 24, 2010.

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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    Another late journal start from me.....
    15 Sweet Tooth and 1 Grape Krush,all from clone outdoors.
    In the beginning of june we hauled quite a few loads of soil about a half mile(maybe a little less)through some remote woods,cleared a lot of bushes(and a tree or two),dug some holes(most holes were about 40 liters)and got the show on the road.
    It has been a couple of months since they went in the ground.They started flowering of couple weeks ago,only a month and a half left of paranoia.
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    I'll post pics as soon as I figure out how,damn RIU changing everything for no good reason.I'm getting an error every time I try to upload pics....
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    Here we are.........The last pic is the Grape Krush
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    smokeymcpotz

    smokeymcpotz Well-Known Member

    nice. They look very heakthy +rep
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    BakedinBC

    BakedinBC Active Member

    those are some really nice lookin plants! right on dude!
    would you mind giving description of what you used for and in the soil?
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    We ran a hose a little ways through the woods to a river,which is connected to a 1hp gas powered water pump to move a lot of water fast and easily.Back at the spot we have a 30 gallon rubbermaid container to catch water.
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    Thank you sir

    Thanks!
    We were running low on time and just bought Fox Farm Ocean Forrest.Also using botanicare and fox farm time released fertilizer and we use great white beneficial bacteria every time we need to go out and water them.
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    stillgamble

    stillgamble Active Member

    what nutes do u use
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    In the beginning of July we also threw an old mother plant out there.She is very top heavy and she split right down the middle due to rain and wind.Some good rope and 6 foot bamboo sticks should hold her up well....
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    blower

    blower Active Member

    Nice double stem
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    A couple more pics
    The second is the Sweet Tooth and the third is the Grape Krush(both from my last indoor harvest).
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    Guerillia Farmer

    Guerillia Farmer Active Member

    the a great idea with the water pump now ur not leaving trails to the water source....... which is how they find grows.. heavily worn and or beaten trails to water sources (pond, big visable stream, river....) but if ur lil paranoid about sum1 stealing ur pump, or with the rising gas prices u dont want to spend any more gas u can always get a portable drill and that water pump attachment for it.. it works great.

    ur plants looking dope i had some grape kush like 2 days ago mmmmmmmmmmmm tasty as a black girls ass... or a latinos which ever u prefer the most
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    Thanks guys
    The Sweet Tooth is really thriving outdoors,with some of them literally being close to 100x(if not more)bigger than when they went out.They were little when they went out(other than the split stem mother),most being about 5-6" tall freshly rooted cuttings.
    I wanted to have them much bigger before going outdoors,but I ran into a problem indoors with fungus gnats and my cuttings weren't rooted as fast as I would have liked them to.
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    Here is one of the split stem plant all bambooed up.
    She was vegging under a 20/4 light schedule indoors and when we put her outdoors in July she pretty much instantly started to flower.When she fell over we came back and there was quite a few yellow leaves on her.I'm not sure if this was actually from the stem being split or from it laying on the ground while it was raining.
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    The Grape Krush took a couple more weeks to start blooming than the Sweet Tooth,but if I recall correctly this Grape Krush pheno flowers quickly.
    We were hoping to get them all out in one trip.With the mother plant flowering before the rest that won't be possible,but we would like to keep it down to a minimum.
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    insertedtexthere

    insertedtexthere Active Member

    looking great man.
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    Huh??

    Huh?? Active Member

    The spot is completely surrounded by approximately 9' tall bushes and they are THICK.We cut a tunnel no taller than 3 feet and about 25 feet long to crawl through and that is the only way back there.
    Trying our hardest to keep the leaves dark green,these plants are eating a lot.
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    ThePants

    ThePants Member

    B-e-a-utiful.
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    carokann

    carokann Active Member

    nice dude, i like the assassin's creed
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    Wheeler man

    Wheeler man Active Member

    MMM Sweet Tooth:weed:....Thats some top grade smoke.My buddy had a Sweet Tooth outdoors last season.That sucker was a 4 pounder.!!They really produce.Yours are lookin great!:cool:

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