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Jack010

Outdoor Auto Mazar

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Thanks to @DutchPassionTony I will growing Auto Mazar out in the wild under that great big light in the sky

 

Put the 7 seeds to germ in small pots of verve compost and ended up with 6

 

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Heres the 6 after they shed their helmets 

 

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Here they are with 2 mango sapphire and 3 critical +2.0

 

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Last pic in the tent before plant out , 3 small plants at the back are super#61 , all these going in one plot

 

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Plot photo

 

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Then plant out

 

Added wire fence boundaries 

 

 

The Auto Mazars are the ones at the front of the plot, only 3 of the 6 I had clear cups with copper tape for , I put plenty of slug pellets down so didn't worry to much

 

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One got got kicked out the ground, replanted and then ripped out again by the fence, all accidentally, muppet

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Went away with work and didn't get back to visit this plot for 2 weeks. 

 

From the day of plant out, there was 7 straight days of sun and over the next 7 days it only rained 3 times.

 

i thought the long period of dry spell from plant out would do damage

 

Boy was I wrong

 

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In the row at the front

 

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This was one of the smallest , now towering above the rest

 

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this ones the one that went through hell , tripled in size

 

 

Cant believe they went a week without water and have all shot up

 

sorry there's no dates as I forgot to start this diary till now. Will try and go through my other diarys to get ruff dates 

 

Thanks for the seed @DutchPassionTony and thanks to all that pop in for a look, good luck all

 

 

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Nice plot Jack. What lat roughly? Sorry Im too tired&baked tonight to go searching for diaries ;)

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@Makka Pakka I'm at Lat 51 wales 

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Quick visit of the plot yesterday. 

 

These plants are are loving the outdoors so far. 3 have got big, 2,are a tidy size and ones a yellowing runt. 

 

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So far in veg they are growing great, just hope they flower well now. Should finish around end of July so could be a good harvest from July sun.

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Here's the runt, poor thing. Flowering already 

 

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And here's a group shot

 

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Done a water run today, so sunny lately they could do with the help

 

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all the plants in this plot except for 2 are flying and solid looking.

 

the auto mazar's are ranging from 3.5 feet to 5.5 feet.

 

If they carry on like this and don't suffer from mold I will be sorted, they are about 1-2 weeks in flower so got a good 5-6 weeks to go. 

 

 

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looking great - well done with the weather too! These should be able to get really big

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cracking plot mate  and the ladies seem to be thriving there ... yep it HAS  been hot ( still is)  i think i will need to do another water run  soon too mate .....keep them pics cummin ....and best of luck ...

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What a brutal task today was, 3 plots to visit, by the end and I'd say about 10 miles of cycling , climbing and walking with 32l of water at times on my back, I nearly dropped and fainted, fuck me it's hot out.  Anyway , plants are loving it in this plot.

 

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Hope we get good sun over the next month or so to finish these nice but we really need a few days of rain. To much doing water runs in this sun.

 

 

 

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large.image.jpglarge.image.jpglarge.image.jpgQuick water run yesterday ,  plants coming nicely . 

 

The massive one needed some, thirsty as fook

 

Last week I put less than 1ml per litre of biobizz fish mix and most plants in the plot have slight tip burn, recommended amount is 2-5ml per litre. 

 

Should be fine tho     :yep:

 

 

 

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