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Open Show and Tell 2017-18

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by Vnsmkr, Feb 6, 2017.

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    FlyingScotsman11

    FlyingScotsman11 Active Member

    i asked that very same question to a bunch of trimmers. they told me about oven turkey bags. worked well for me when you are curing pounds. looking through a grow magazine one day and saw a full page add for "oven turkey bags" so others are definitely using them. gl :)
     
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    FlyingScotsman11

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    doublejj

    doublejj Well-Known Member

    seeds.....thank you
     
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    JealousGreen

    JealousGreen Well-Known Member

    Tranquil Elephantizer is the strain. Crazy potent Indica.. great hash maker.. spicy fruity notes of deliciousness. IMG_20171024_213525_981.jpg IMG_20171024_213525_988.jpg IMG_20171024_213525_982.jpg
     
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    eddy600

    eddy600 Well-Known Member

    Mad Purps Cherry pie from TMB starting to finish up,cloudy with a slight bit of amber.I'm in the process of curing & trimming my Grand master Kush. the two make a great pair & spread the work out.
     

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    Coloradoclear

    Coloradoclear Well-Known Member

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    Neoangelo147

    Neoangelo147 Well-Known Member

    Few more Chronic Thunder finishing up!



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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Pineapple Chunk very near finished. Possibly even done. Screenshot_2017-10-26-17-28-58.jpg
     
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    Neoangelo147

    Neoangelo147 Well-Known Member

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    JealousGreen

    JealousGreen Well-Known Member

    WiFi OG chopped today. First time running this cut outdoors and it went fucking apeshit. Last indoor run of it tested at over 33% cannabinoids and 31.04% THC she's amazing. IMG_20171026_150253_170.jpg IMG_20171026_150002_753.jpg
     
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    BlazinDucks

    BlazinDucks Well-Known Member

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    BlazinDucks

    BlazinDucks Well-Known Member

    It's as fuzzy as a stuffed animal. Great job.
     
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    Neoangelo147

    Neoangelo147 Well-Known Member

    More bud porn.
    Sorry guys I can't stop taking pics of them lol.

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I got 10 plants in the ground this week for my fall/winter grow. Some of the Shit/Skunk crosses are already showing balls at one month. Not much veg time.

    This is a Tatoonie Dream from Lost River. I have 3 of these I think. Along with some Big Buddha and Eeyore. This gear is all new to me, so I don't know what to expect. But we are getting down in the 30's Sunday morning, so they will be stress tested.

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    psychadelibud

    psychadelibud Well-Known Member

    Here is a almost half of my outdoor guerilla grow this year. Photo taken from up the mountain from a few good feet distance away...

    They just had come out from underground, they had been hiding due to a security issue I was having at the moment.

    Second pic is the R-2 coming along... Beautiful colors!

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    Having a secure and undisclosed underground location to hide your plants in would be nice.
     
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    psychadelibud

    psychadelibud Well-Known Member

    Yeah Larry it truly does help tremendously! I have to say i'm lucky having that just literally 5 feet away from my girls. I can fit around 26 large plants in there correctly (a few more if needed) and it immediately cuts the smell out of the surrounding area as well as the view of the plants themselves.

    That is about half of this years crop. The rest are spread out, I have some on other side of the mountain still in the ground as of now. I actually need to go check those today lol it has been 3 weeks since I have visited the in ground plot.

    I know last time I checked I had a bad hermie over there and found it too late. It had already opened fire on the ladies. I remember back in August we had a really bad storm and I went to stake them up that night during the storm and the plant broke in half and I damaged a few branches. That same plant hermied in mid September when the plants were in early flower. Since the hermie was likely due to stress, I may have tons of feminized seed on my hands that will likely be worth growing. I highly doubt that it was a natural hermie with all that stress.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I grew out a couple of Hurricane Head plants in last year's fall/winter seed test. They were called The Finger and Bug Topped, just from their appearance. When I chopped, I found male pollen sacks on some of the lower branches of The Finger. And Bug Topped had plenty of seeds too. I grew a few of the TF X BT seeds this year, but they are in the patch that got compromised, so I don't really know how they did. {although I may still go chop the patch in the near future}

    The other night I planted 3 of TF seeds. Will see what happens.
     
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    mwooten102

    mwooten102 Well-Known Member

    last lady standing. romulan.

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