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MY OUTDOOR GROW ! In india

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by aabra.420, Nov 18, 2017.

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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    hi guys im growing . some indian sativa dominant land race from bag seed .
    its in flowering stage .
    previously i had some issues with night cycle . because of Street lights . i shot it down yesterday . :eyesmoke:
    here are some pics of it im posting
    buds are small . i have no idea . how much they are gna grow and how time ..
    your inputs are welcome..
     

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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    my grow in india first time
    temp range 20°c to 32°c
    humidity leval 50 %
     

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    looks good to me, good conditions, let us know how it goes
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    Yes sure ! im aslo starting with barneys farm pineapple express strain !
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    "feed me"
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    pest attack on my buds :wall:
    please anyone tell me how to avoid these ..
     

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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    I've seriously thought about shooting the street light by my place but the city would be all over me where I'm at.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    Bt spray for caterpillars. The one that I've always used is called Thuricide.
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    yes..but trouble of spider mites here and this insect ! what to do ? and please give inputs about bud size ! (its indian landrace) dnt know about exact strain . but its sativa dominant .. im sure !
     

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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    same problem here ! just after 2 days they fixed it . and now new cfl s are much brighter :? . cant shoot it again .
    atleast my babies got 2 nights of rest so far..
    but what u think ? those are only deem cfl tubes 30 -40 feet away from my plants .
    i have no idea .is it causing stress to my plants or not .
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i don't know about availability in your area, but spinosad is my go to for mites. its a bacteria that is harmless to human, acts like nerve agent to a lot of insects, not just mites, then pretty much dissipates in about 3 days.
    pyrethins work well, but i wouldn't use them after flower started. if you have trouble getting commercial products, a tea made out of the hottest peppers you can find usually works pretty good.
    i' don't know how spinosad would work on caterpillars, BT, or Thuricide is the best product i'm aware of for caterpillars, and it has a good reputation.
    a couple of regular lights 30 or 40 feet away shouldn't be causing too much stress, they can't be casting more light than the moon on a bright night, and plants have been dealing with that forever
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    thank u so much for your inputs ..
    those products you mentioned are vrey hard to get in hands here in india. they call it agro country but no one gives a shit. people are illiterate.ganja is some what illegal here. but people who saw it in my garden they dnt even know what exactly it is .:mrgreen:
    they think its just a decorative plant :peace::peace:

    btw .. im gna start to spray using neem oil extact
    and mint oil. for spider.
    hope thats gna work.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    Neem is the number one treatment for mites. I'm not sure what might work as a home remedy for caterpillars. As far as bud size it may just be typical of the land race sativas from the area but it also could be underdeveloped because of the street light. A lot of the sativas from that part of the world either don't develope into thick dense buds or they take a long time to get there so that could easily be it but then on the other hand I've seen street lights cause the same thing but, then again, I've also seen gardens exposed to fairly bright street lights that didn't seem to be affected at all. It's hard to say for sure which way that one goes.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    neem oil works, i just hate it. i'm allergic and break out in hives. and it has an unpleasant odor. for a long time.
    but it does work if you use it right
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    im not worrying about .bud sizes now .
    that street light can cause them hermaphrodite .i aslo have auto flower strains growing nearby,i can keep them in dark because small size.
    if those sativa goes hermaphrodite.its gna pollinate all .i will seend pics of street lights soon .
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    Some kind of curtain or wall could be put up to block the light. You could also do a light dep set up.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    a piece of trellis strategically placed will block most of that light, especially if you can get some beans or cucumbers growing up it
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    @SchmoeJoe and @Roger A. Shrubber
    i have fixed the light leak using some dark shade nets.i just use them when lights turn on.
    im aslo growing malana bomb(auto) from Barneys farm . germinated on on 13 th nov and fisrt 2 true leafs came on 15th
    and yet its growing very slow ! just 2nd pair of true leafs are showing up on 24 th .. what you think guys . is it slow growing ?? im gna post all the details of soil i made .for 10 gallon bucket

    1 part coco peat
    3/4 th part vermicompost
    1/2 part perlite
    1 handful pongamia cake
    1 handful neem cake
    1 handful wood ash (potash)
    1 handful dolomite lime (for PH)
    1 TBSP rock phosphate
    1 TBSP bone meal
    1 TBSP epsom salt
    1/2 TBSP humic acid
    1/2 TBSP seaweed
    and i use 15:15:15 to feed them(not very often)
    and thats it ..
    is it gnna work as a good soil ?
    or this soil causing them slow ..
    temperature is between 21°C to 33°C(max) plants arw getting enough sun
    soil PH Is 6.4
    please judge on this data ..guys..
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    I have never had problems with street lights they are on fixed timers, the plants can get used to if they grew up near them.

    Plants have more than one sense of time, they can sense short periods, as well as longer averages.
     
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    aabra.420

    aabra.420 Member

    thank you so much for your inputs.
    now im not worrying about night cycle !
     

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