A quick look at my garden

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    Space_cadet

    Space_cadet Well-Known Member

    Few quick photos from my garden from this afternoon.

    Aussie grow.
    Following strains

    Bubble bomb
    Big bomb
    Gorilla bomb
    Early skunk
    Some old sativa strains that my dad use to grow.

    Growing in 50/50 garden soil and my super soil mix (super soil in the bottom half of the pot garden soil on top, topped dressed with super soil).

    No liquid nuts used this season so far

    Sorry if the photos are little dodgy

    Hope you like em
     

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    Space_cadet

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    One of my bubble bombs

    This one a leaning a bit more towards sativia than her sister. Its only in early flower but showing a bit of early resin production (looking promising)
     

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    Space_cadet

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    The other bubble bomb

    A bit more indica dominant, in early flower. Looks like she gonna be bulk
     

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    Space_cadet

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    One my dads old sativa strains

    Its got a weird tri mainling thing going on after a hail storm knocked a branch off, reducing it from 16 tops to 12, but its pumping along

    Might possibly have a little indica in it but mostly a mix of unknown sativia strains from the early 70's. He grew this for years but he died a few years back ive just been carrying it on. Its nice space stuff. Grows fucking tall, flowers late an takes freaking forever to finnish. But rewards you with big sticky buds that smell like spices and fruit
     

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    Space_cadet

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    My big bomb

    For its size its gonna be bulk. Branches have branches an even some of them have branches. Its one of those as round as it is tall plants. First time growing this strain. Im interested in how its going to finish.
     

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    Space_cadet

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    Early skunk

    Wishing this one would hurry up. I havent had a decent smoke in over a month. I feel like poking it with a stick and swearing at it lol
     

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    Space_cadet

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    Some more of my dads old sativa strain.
    I didn't top these ones, glad i sexed them early. Ones about 7 or 8 foot tall plus the pot lol
     

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    Space_cadet

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    An early skunk or a big bomb ( i forget) that was planted November
     

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    Space_cadet

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    Gorilla bomb planted late December
     

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    shawn75can

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    Looking good keep us posted please. I'm very curious to see the final analysis.
     
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    ruby fruit

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    ruby fruit

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    Gd job cobber
     
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    Sapphyre

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    Fun! :)
    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Space_cadet

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    No worries bloke ill post some more pics in the next week or so
     
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    Stink Bug

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    Space_cadet

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    Just got back from checking garden quickly so not many pictures this time

    Glad i wnt for a look.

    Pulled a late male from my oldmans sativias, been watching plant as i wasnt sure what it was goung to do. (From what i recently read it was probably good breeding, late flowering short/smaller than normal male. Always next year tho aye)

    The early skunk has done something unusual, its a personal first to have it happen to me. It threw a leaf flower/bud. Ive seen photos and had it happen to friends but its the first time ive actually seen it happen in front of my eyes. EXPECT it was a hermi leaf flower/bud in between two pitsals there is a male ball. I just picked the leaf off an checked the rest of the plant for balls or nannas, i couldn't see any more. Normally if see signs of hermi ill cut the plant right there and then, but this being not normal and not seeing any other signs of hemie on the plant im going to be optimistic leave it for now and hope i dont find any more male flowers. ........fingers crossed

    An lastly something is laying eggs on my leaves (im thinking its those bastard little flower eating catapillars) iv been picking them off an squishing them for now as there not to many atm. But think im gonna have to give em a hit or two of neam in the near future
     

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    Sapphyre

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    So....I know I am a strange one...but I would pick those singe leaves w single eggs and throw them in a jar or something w holes in the lid for ventilation - take them away from the garden, and wait for them to hatch so I knew what to be watching for in the garden!

    I am in the US so pests are totally different I know....but here in the pacific nw US I don't have any butterflies or moths that lay single eggs? They lay a large (or small) cluster.

    If you might have a potential caterpillar coming to the garden, keeping the eggs in a similar environment but contained in something that won't allow the critter to escape will give you an idea of
    A, when they hatch, and
    B, how big/ what they look like - so you know what to watch for - and when - in your ladies :)

    Glad you found them - thx for the update :)
    It's always fun to see what is going on - maybe even more so in the opposite hemisphere :))
     
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    Space_cadet

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    Thanks thats actually an awesome idea ill have a look in a day or two to see if theres been anymore laid.
     
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    too larry

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    Good looking grow.

    I have some old 80's sativa that takes forever to flower. I named one of the crosses Too Slow. I could have called it Too Tall. Some lanky shit.
     
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    ruby fruit

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    That to me looks like a ladybug egg so may be beneficial although they normally lay 10 or so at a time
     

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