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Good evening everyone. I'm wondering how many of my fellow scotsmen have had good success growing outdoors this year?? It's been rough here at lat 55 and worsened by the greenhouse, humitidy wise anyway, got some pistils turning brown and i'm worried it's really early rot.
Hi All, I've 3 Mexican Sativa's outside but so far under a rudimentary rain hat. They are now 2 metres tall and are getting too tall for their wee shelter and frustratingly none have any 100% clear show of sex as yet. My choices now are: 1: To bend them and keep them under the shelter which will keep either the soil or most of the plant dry. 2. Do away with the shelter and just let them go. 3. Top them Is too much rain a problem even before flowering ie in the soil? or is the problem rain on the buds? or indeed both! Cheers T
Lance posted a topic in Guerrilla GrowingIts my first time growing, and so far all is good. I've got a few strains, but only one is resistant to mold and budrot (Dutch Passion's Durban Poison). All my strains i got said that they could grow outside, but they didn't mention whether they were mold resistant (Dance World and Royal Highness by RQS). Right now I don't need to shield them because they won't flower until Autumn, but when it does get closer to Autumn, would it be possible to build a rain shield. I was thinking about a transparent clingfilm 'ceiling' stretched over a bamboo frame that I would place over the plants (which shouldn't grown more than 1m high anyway). Has anyone attempted something like this, or is it not necessary? Cheers, Lance