starting the babies for summer crop

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by getawaymountain, Mar 28, 2012.

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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    002.JPG 004.JPG 005.JPG howdy ,
    well its that time again to start the crop for summer , here are some of my new crosses we have been working on . they are all very stable ,mold resistant early strains. these are 2 weeks old . some are indica dom. some are sativa's . will seperate and put in appropiate sized containers as we go. good luck to all this season!!
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    littlegiant

    littlegiant Active Member

    Nice! Im doing my first outdoor grow this summer.I do indoor hydro,but I have been itching for an outdoor crop for the summer.Im thinkin of putting my freebee John Sinclair skunk seed from the tude outdoors for odor reasons.Maybe a few aurora indica too.Im hoping for 1 male indica to do some pollinating for seed.Should be interesting this summer.Good luck.
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    collind14

    collind14 Active Member

    aurora grows wild outdoor makes it very hard to trim. its big and bushy and the plant grows hundreds of pop corn nugs.
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    all our strains are very high bud to leave ratio and very easy to trim,. not labor intensive. 038.jpg 017.jpg these where some from last season of some test strains . indica / sativa hybrids. DSCF2266.jpg hey where done mid sept on the coast. got alot of shitty weather last fall here but all survived it .
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    nick559

    nick559 Active Member

    looking good....done by mid september, thats a quick finisher
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    thanks , most of the strains we got are done between sept 1 and 30 .nice to get them in before the bad weather north and get a break before the winter florida grow .
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    smang

    smang Active Member

    Those look awesome!
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    ohmy

    ohmy Well-Known Member

    Cool, You have a lot of babies lol .
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    the russian man

    the russian man Active Member

    hey man nice grow! here are my babies, i started them on march 1st and i know tis a bit too early but the weather has bin nice this past month and i thought why the hell not? well here they are... I'm sure you seen me on some other post but check out my grow journal also, Lil florida grow
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    crazyhazey

    crazyhazey Well-Known Member

    subbed cant wait to see these girls
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    well here is what we do when a hurricane hits here with the babies!! lay them down. 005.jpg 004.jpg
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    crazyhazey

    crazyhazey Well-Known Member

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    SmokeYourOwn

    SmokeYourOwn Active Member

    You're living the dream!

    BTW, do you commute by sail or power? :hug:

    ps: I'm dreaming of (insert any J Buffett lyric)
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    aseboy101

    aseboy101 Active Member

    ok now im wondering after looking at your thread is it going to be wise for me to let mine take root into the soil or just only root in the grow bags. b/c i would want to lay them down if i had too but i dont think that possible to one in the ground. I'm wondering though if im growing in heavy growth area in the middle of a palmetto do i still have to worry about laying them down?
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    Humboldtchronic

    Humboldtchronic Active Member

    What size grow bags bro those girls look amazing keep living the life bro
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    those are 10 gallon bags and they where just starting to bud for a couple weeks and these are them back standing with no damage to any of them all 90 in that spot 025.jpg 024.jpg 022.jpg
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    autos should be fine in palmettos but anything bigger than palmattos will get all stove to shit !! if taller, next big wind just look a how the palmettos move and you will get a good idea .
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    getawaymountain

    getawaymountain Well-Known Member

    hey smoke ya own, boat actually i got a place in roatan (the bay islands) where i like to unwind from the year
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    Humboldtchronic

    Humboldtchronic Active Member

    nice man i apreciate the quick reply will stay tuned for this
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    Favre2Harvin

    Favre2Harvin Active Member

    Hey Getaway, about how wide would you say those 10 gallon grow bags are filled up? those seedlings and plants are looking great by the way. :clap:

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