Oregon Outdoors

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by slow drawl, Mar 8, 2018.

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    slow drawl

    slow drawl Well-Known Member

    What are you Oregon growers putting out this year?
    Here's the line up....at least for now.
    Greenpoint Seeds regs
    The Deputy
    Night Rider
    Sky Dweller

    Cannaventure fems
    Las Vegas Triangle kush
    Half and Half
    Cookie Wreck

    Cult Classics regs
    Purification
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    I'm in Eugene. All I can say is light dep.
    Light dep.
    Light dep.
    Light dep.

    There are a very few strains that will finish in time to not have issues with mold but, for the most part, I'm done with doing all of the work and spending the first month and a half of flowering watching loads of gorgeous buds form only to have to spend the last 2-3 weeks of flowering out there hacking moldy buds apart everyday.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I'm down here in NW Florida, but I'm growing a lot of seeds out of Oregon. Both my Ass Cheese and Gorille de Raisin were Oregon grown strains. Now I have a "new" strain from out that way called Green Springs. My friend's friend found a mason jar full of seeds when they were doing some dirt work to put in a shed. No idea what they are, but they named them after the local landmark.

    My other buddy sent me so many bag seeds that I joked I could start a seed company. Oregon Pretty Good Bag Seed Company. I figured his bag seeds were as good as anything I come across down here.

    Last year I was up to my ass in mold, so while not as cold, I still have some of the same concerns you guys do.
     
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    Rokynutz

    Rokynutz Active Member

    Air movement. Air movement. Air movement.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    You can move all of the nearly 100% humidity air you want and it won't change much, if anything, when it comes to botrytis.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    For me it would be wind blow, wind blow, wind blow.
     
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    slow drawl

    slow drawl Well-Known Member

    Got the ball rolling for whats going in the GH this season.
    Sky Dweller, The Deputy, LVTK, Night Rider and Cookie Wreck and have a pack of Mimosa S1 coming in a few days I'll throw in the mix. _DSC1430.JPG
     
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    Humanrob

    Humanrob Well-Known Member

    So far all I'm committing to is a bunch of Mephisto autos -- because I bought the seeds last year and did not use them and I can be 100% sure they will finish before the rains come. I did get some The Deputy seeds this winter (great sale prices!), but I'm going to grow them indoors next winter.

    So far this is my "outdoor"... LOL... a few tough plants that I threw into a compost heap about 6 weeks ago when they showed sex. The two boys I shook the soil off of their roots, and the scrappy bastards are still showing signs of life. The other was a true hermie, showed both male and female from the first signs of sex, and now it's only showing female. No doubt it'll go back into veg, so I'll probably cut the buds off when they start to get funky and see if it can have a semi-normal life. They're all OGS Double Diesels, if that matters to anyone.

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    Humanrob

    Humanrob Well-Known Member

    Funny you should say this, since I just came online to start a thread about light dep...
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    I'm actually surprised that there isn't a dedicated thread for it.
     
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    slow drawl

    slow drawl Well-Known Member

    Thought I'd post up the picks for the GH this season. Gonna have 5 going in there, just up potted to 45s.
    Las Vegas Triangle Kush _DSC1559.JPG
    The Deputy _DSC1562.JPG
    Sky Dweller _DSC1568.JPG
    Night Rider _DSC1564.JPG
    I've got a cut of Key Lime Pie going in the fifth spot I got from a buddy. It's still in a gallon pot waiting for its transplant.
    Got a couple Cookie Wrecks going in a raised bed as well... _DSC1545.JPG _DSC1549.JPG
    Looking forward to another great season...:peace: SD
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    @slow drawl, looking good. Some fat leaves on those Cookie Wrecks.
     
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    Humanrob

    Humanrob Well-Known Member

    Nice looking bunch of plants @slow drawl -- off to a great start!

    This has been a spring of lazy for me. I decided to go all autos since we don't really need more meds and I have some seeds to get rid of. Autos will eliminate all of the fall weather issues, but I learned last year, not worms. After I started I sort of got into it and bought a few more seeds. And then I joined a collective and got a few more plants in a raffle/door prize sort of situation (still all autos!) that were 30 days old in 3 gallon pots.

    We've had an overcast cooler spring so far, so all of them are going to be stunted to varying degrees. I was told by another local that our cool Oregon nights all summer will slow the overall growth. The bigger ones are so hungry for sun they're stretching.

    The camera in my hand-me-down phone is dying, it lost the ability to focus at more than a few feet distance over half the frame, so, sorry in advance for some blurry pictures.

    Alien v. Triangle
    06.03.18_AvT.jpg

    Wild Thai Ryder
    06.03.18_thai.jpg

    Six Shooter
    06.03.18_six-shooter.jpg

    Some of the babies
    06.03.18_stomper.jpg 06.03.18_blurry-field.jpg
     
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    petert

    petert Well-Known Member

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    I have not had too much of an issue with PM or bud rot. I’m on the eastern slope in the gorge and it’s much drier, but I agree light dep is the way to go!
    I built my 17 x 26 light dep hoop house inside my 30 x 48 greenhouse. I just finished chopping my first crop this weekend and it looks as good if not better than my indoor stuff!
    I’ll be getting three runs in starting April 1 and finishing the third run by late October!

    That said my first run was mainly
    Obama Kush
    Blue Dream
    Purple Kush

    Second Run transplanted today

    Blue Cookies
    Obama Kush
    Grease Monkey
    Citrus Sap

    Third Run

    Obama K
    Blue Cookies
    Blue Dream
    Critical Mass

    Outdoor

    Mango Oregon Diesel
    Oregon Diesel
     
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    petert

    petert Well-Known Member

    I’ve wanted to try that Six Shooter! I hear it a great producer.
     
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    slow drawl

    slow drawl Well-Known Member

    Autos have come a long way, you should find something among those that fits the bill.
    I grew a few last year and was really impressed with the Qtr Pounder from Canuk. Got almost 3oz from it and was pretty stoney smoke.
    Hell if you grow your limit of 10 plants you could easily pull down a lb.
     
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    slow drawl

    slow drawl Well-Known Member

    Very impressive set up. I wish I had the diligence to do a light dep, but I don't.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

     
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    petert

    petert Well-Known Member

    Yeah. It’s a commitment.. but if it’s successful and I and get some $$ for my excess I’m going to get the roll up motors and timers. That’ll take a lot of the work out of it!

    Plus I’m not trimming a shit ton of weed in October.. spreading the trimming out will save my sanity!
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    Spreading the work out and getting better quality and overall yield at the same time.
     
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