Ozcocoloco O.D 2017/18

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by OzCocoLoco, Oct 25, 2017.

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    Dr.Amber Trichome

    Dr.Amber Trichome Well-Known Member

    Wow! What an experience. A clear experience and Insight into how women get treated / mistreated/ harassed / abused and discriminated against. Welcome to our world.
    thats is very cool. I dig your style. Each plant is so unique. The leaves beautiful, the way that the sunlight hits them and they all look so peaceful and relaxed . One of the most beautiful gardens I have ever seen in my life. It’s like Paradise!
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Thanks it’s a pretty special place,at least to me it is. It definitely wasn’t paradise yesterday I spent about 3 hours caging and staking in mid 30 (95) degree and about 90% humidity. I couldn’t be happier with the varieties this year I’ve been converted to a true Bodhi believer

    GG#4 x SSDD #2
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    Super Silver Lotus
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    Head Trip #2
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    Dream Lotus #2
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

    Dr.Amber Trichome Well-Known Member

    You did a most excellent job mate! Nice work! Are bugs can issue for you? Slugs? I see a fern- like plant in the field. I use to have that type of fern at my property in Wa state USA. The slugs would eat massive holes in the leaves, sucking them up like no tomorrow leaving hardly any leaf .
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Think those are called Tree ferns don’t see any slugs on them but they go up in an instant if there’s a fire. I get wingless grasshoppers when they are small but they just eat a few leaves and then I’m pretty much o.k till the last 4 weeks of flower then it’s caterpillars that can cause plenty of damage. I spray a mix of botanical oils and neem through veg then I spray with B.T in flower,this year I’m giving Serenade a go for an anti fungal.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    I've always used the b.t. product Thuricide for caterpillars and it's almost like magic and safe to use at any time as long as it's warm and dry enough to dry out.

    If you ever have powdery white problems there was a graduate student from either Arizona or New Mexico who looked for a natural predator of the mildew and they found it. You should definitely look for that. I haven't seen anything about it in awhile but the last I saw they were consulting with individual requests on a case by case basis but as a draduate degree project it's a credible university backed project with a lot of promise.
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Never had powdery mildew but botrytis is a problem. Serenade is a Bacillus Subtillus sp. so is like B.T in terms of safety and use.
     
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    Bean Busy

    Bean Busy Well-Known Member

    Oz are you a sparky by trade
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Yeah
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Goji O.G starting to do its thing
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Dream Beaver still going hard,so glad I pulled the one that was in it’s spot when I did it’s looking like a nice one.
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    Bean Busy

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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Yeah a little bit I’m usually done by mid to late March
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

    Dr.Amber Trichome Well-Known Member

    What kind of wild animals roam around at night? Do kangaroos and Koala bears like to eat your plants?
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    It’s pretty good where I am the only ones I’ve lost plants to here have been termites.
    Kangaroos and wallabies can really cause issues in some places especially in really dry years,I’ve never heard of a koala getting into them lol,possums are pretty keen on them though.
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Wat about bunyips.
    Yes sir
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    Nah we’ve got Yowies but no Bunyips
     
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    Bean Busy

    Bean Busy Well-Known Member

    What about drop bears
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    They aren’t around at this time of the year lol
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    Termites cost me plenty every year. Lots of times the plants are budding when they die. BIL and I are going to use some synthetic nicotine insecticide next season. He uses it on his hounds.
     
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    OzCocoLoco

    OzCocoLoco Well-Known Member

    I haven’t had an issue with them since I moved to the fabric pots (touch wood).
     

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