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farmer boy

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A nice late flowering boy.:skin_up:large.DSC00365.JPGlarge.DSC00363.JPGlarge.DSC00373.JPG

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Kids, don't,  take, drugs.

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Sadly the DFG couldn't go full term, too much rot and not worth the risk of losing the lot. However, she has been a beast, i'm still trimming now :upside: having grown indoors I can see how the outdoor grow isn't for everyone but I have more than enough to last me now and next year will be epic as I now I know I can do it. Once dried, those big buds soon shrink but it may encourage me to lose the baccy and smoke pure.

 

The one Kushty plant is still going but, like it's sister, it may succumb to rot. Being a late finisher and with me being further North of Watford Gap I should consider the early finishers than the Kushty next time. Hopefully I can do one more update before mother nature steps up her autumnal efforts.

 

There are some fantastic grows on here, top top work all :king:

 

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a few from this mornnings walk cut a few topps for hunters moon peak 

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I have misplaced my loupe but I think these subby seeds have actually got there.   I am so pleased as they are grown at lat 56 and it's been a shit year large.20191012_145502-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145456-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145451-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145336-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145334-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145313-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145207-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145208-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145212-756x1008.jpglarge.20191012_145302-756x1008.jpg

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Well done @Happyeccentric, I knew they'd do the business for you!

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Thanks @flighty these are the exo mobspurt ones and I'm so pleased.  So few people were successful with outdoor grows this far north but this strain has defo been the bomb for it.  Thanks for sending the subby seeds in to give newbies like me a chance 

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You just never know what you will find on your plants.......

 

Featured in 'Wildlife On Weed': Panorpa communis 'Scorpion Fly'

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Easy Sativa X Skunk#1

Real Guerilla Seeds (RGSC)

Outdoors UK

2019

52 Lat
1% Mold

 

Planted out back in May umongst some ferns, ferns grew quicker than she did and on one visit i thought id lost her, i was on my hands and knees rumminging under the canopy of ferms looking for her when my head bumped into the cage, and she was as tall as the ferns and blended too well, so she missed out on a hell of a lot sunshine during veg. Promptly cleared away ferns to let the light flood in, a couple of weeks later she flowered real early. Yeild 5oz overall but could have been much better if those ferns didn't starve her of light during veg. Also when i went to check on her a week before i planned to harvest i found half of her laying on the floor slit down the middle stem prune division point and 4 lower branches ripped off the plant on the floor and trodden on, flat,  a family of beautiful dears had been sampling my weed in the early hours of the morning, good job i had a gut feeling to go check on her (thank you Jah) because the 1st stage of devestation had happened just hours before, so i was lucky, but unlucky coz i wanted to leave it another week. Nice plot, will dash a few more in there next year or after.

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3 1/2 weeks later, Harvest 6th September. Had to take 2 seperate pics coz the right branch was the one i found on the floor, the cage saved it from becoming dettached down the main stem.

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Respects

SubS

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And a Purkle iv still got out.......
@bubbleguppie

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@SubSpecies just a heads up be vidulant on the mold i found 2 specs in 2 seperate bits today so down she came  (yours looks lovely btw ) but over all what a easy plant to maintan and mange (yes she does become a greedy bitch when in flower ) . Credit to @panik for more top notch gentics. Would I grow hell yes think im going to end up just over a 0z dried. My fire 99 gave me a otall over all of 22g dry some in the jar is better then losing it all.

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@bubbleguppie Bless bredren, yeah i found (funny enough) 2 specs of mold on mine, chopped the infected buds clean off, only small buds though. Fed her a few days ago coz she looks damn hungry. It smell beautiful, just like a Hollands Hope i did back in 2005, but outdoor genetics are a whole heap better now, a pleasure to be refrehed with that smell once again after all those years. Those pics are couple weeks old now, my camera is gummed up from my fingers from my last Affidaze photo shoot and won't work anymore :wallbash:but i have a shitty one i'll have to use, so update will follow in couple weeks when harvest.

Enjoy you fruits bubbleguppie. One Love

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@panik  That Affiedaze :woot: Incredible! Never had such sticky goodness! Gobsmacked bro! :notworthy:

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better out than in 

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Amazed plants aren't all mush by now with this weather but most seem to be pushing through.

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A bit battered by the wind again but at least they're not on the floor. Some mould starting on the red russian,about 10-15% so starting harvesting that,could've done with another week,might leave a few branches.

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Sweet tooth needs at least another week. Other plants seem mould free(I didn't look to hard)If they can get through the next few days rain I should be on the home stretch as weather looking a lot more settled to the end of the month 

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