View Full Version : First time in a while
06-15-2005, 09:11 PM
I have had these in the outdoors since germination. There's some couchlock, ice queen and J.S.XA. The heatwave has made them stretch, almost doubling in height. Today, I re-planted them and added some nutes. As you can see, the bugs got to them in the last week. No bugs on them now. If you see anything looking like a bug, it's dirt from my filthy hands.
You can see some brown spots on the leaves, but it looks bug related. I also sprayed them with a sulfer spray, which is diluted a little more than suggested on the can.
Please critique and suggest. I welcome any help. This is my first outdoor experience.
06-15-2005, 09:11 PM
umm they are invisible to the naked eye.....
06-15-2005, 09:13 PM
lol.....smartass!!!! I think they're there now. :)
06-15-2005, 09:14 PM
Pics are loaded now
06-16-2005, 01:13 AM
Yes I See, Young Skywalker.......
06-16-2005, 08:25 AM
ahh so you want suggestions,
not just the pats on the back... lol
i will start with:
pinch the stems a little, between your fingers till you feel the inner fiber
breaking, (this is supercropping, if you want to look it up ;) )
but dont break the stems... lol, do it gentle like a newborns diaper change.
this will strengthen the longish, slightly stretched stems....
they will then be less likely to break under the weight of the budds... :)
talk about weight of the bud..lol
you need a trip soon nards.
your doing a good job nards, i think....
if you think they are in a safe spot, and things will be "ok" for their care (even if you cant get there, someone can), then i think you have a wonderful future coming ....
did i say no pats on the back?
06-16-2005, 09:08 AM
id love to do some outdoor grows but its really hard to do in a big city :eek: Looks good so far ..!! :)
06-16-2005, 09:41 AM
Yes NW! Suggestions/help is what I'm looking for and thanks very much.
I was just a little concerned with the sudden stretch and you helped me out. I posted the pics because maybe somebody could see something that might be a concern that I'm not seeing. Also, I won the ice queen seeds in a contest last year and it is my duty as a TY member to post a grow report. :)
A trip? Sounds like a good plan NW.
06-16-2005, 01:16 PM
Looking good Nardwarz :cool: I got a bunch outdoors too and yep those bugs do get to them,i spray that safers bug stuff on them.The stretch is more then likely do to the small containers,as that happened to me untill i transplanted them :) Like northern was saying pinch the stems on your plants,this does a couple of things it helps the strengthen the stem for when the budmass starts and it also slows the streching down.Thtas my 2 cents :D
06-16-2005, 01:21 PM
Thanks crazyeagle. They have been transplanted since the pics and the roots were tight.
Lots of room now.
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