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Tommy tucker

Tucker's 2019 Dinafem Outdoor Auto Adventure

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On 18/07/2019 at 7:40 PM, Stashmonger said:

Did you use fbb or anything else in the soil that badgers would like the smell of? 

I read somewhere badgers, foxes, ferrets and other carnivorous critters dig the beds up looking fir the smelly food in the soil? 

 

Is that a thing? 

 

Despite the carnage you have some stunning buds there. 

I really want you to succeed 

Yeah i did at the start of the season but nothing recently as most of girls are doing fine. I'lll chuck down another layer at the end of the season.

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On 18/07/2019 at 9:16 PM, InTheSystem said:

Despite all hurdles, some nice looking plants still - well done mate. Keep going.

Thanks mate. Chopped half my amnesia and WW Xxl last week and i'm waiting for the other half to ripen up now.

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Those Ammos look great mate :yep:

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On 07/08/2019 at 11:40 PM, jadenugs said:

Those Ammos look great mate :yep:

 

My thought exactly brother  ;)

 

@Tommy tucker you've had a rough season mate but your fighting through and now getting some nice sun grown flowers  ;)

 

Keep the outdoor updates coming mate  :yep:

 

All the best  :bong:

 

Mark..

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Hey @Dinafem-Mark Did you have a good a holiday?

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Right then. I haven't done an update for ages. Now is the time ! So my Amnesia and WWXL &WW really came out well in the end. All of them started slowly but really established themselves after being outside for a month. My nice neat plot turned in a over grown jungle by the end of June.  I couldn't keep on top of it with my other diary commitments.

To add to this - My plot was in the epicentre of a badger and fox battle royale. When they weren’t coming out and shitting everywhere, these guys were fighting and fucking and digging holes all over my plot. I found most of the wire meshes that i used for cages were bent and mangled from where my furry friends had battered the crap out of them.

I was also warned(by other forum members) i believe it was @Andromedian ,about the willow grass growing next to my plot. Fuck me i got punished !! By mid July those beautiful purple flowers which i'd been admiring so much turned into fine white fluff.  This proceeded to cover all of my autos with this nasty white fluff. Yeah i mean all the amnesia, wwxxl and ww buds.

For all the other growers who have experienced this shit, this is one of those lessons you learn the hard way. Next season that stuff gets uprooted from day one! No fucking about !

Anyway ,so in this plot i has 12 autos 

8  amnesia 

3 wwxxl

1 ww

 

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The plan was to chop all the girls down in 1 warm lazy Sunday afternoon chop session. This didn’t pan out like this unfortunately. Instead I broke it down into 3 quick trim and dash sessions. 

 

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First up was my auto Amnesia. These girls performed  best out of all 3 strains. Big wide and tall plants (for autos) The plants hummed and stunk out the place which really surprised me. The only issue with these girls was that all that willow grass just stuck to the buds like glue.

 

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The biggest amnesia plant was the first to go but i noticed the only the top buds were ready for harvest

 

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Fucking willow grass was like sticky candy floss that you couldn't eat. NASTY STUFF

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These photos don't show sticky and smelly these girls 

 

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1 hour ago, Tommy tucker said:

willow grass

I got it at a plot of mine, I’m hoping it stops by the time my plants start to flower.

 

Gutted cos I was going to do loads there next season. 

 

Feel for you.

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1 hour ago, Jack010 said:

I got it at a plot of mine, I’m hoping it stops by the time my plants start to flower.

 

Gutted cos I was going to do loads there next season. 

 

Feel for you.

If you can, try and hack some of that out while you can.

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9 hours ago, Tommy tucker said:

If you can, try and hack some of that out while you can.

The stuff absolutely covers the mountain side, thousands of it.

 

Gutted, that’s 2 plots I’m having to sack at the end of this year. Iv found 3 potential plots for next year so not all bad. Just a gutter to spend all that time prepping a plot to sack it off after one season

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Here's a few photos of amnesia's(pre chop) that missed from yesterdays post.

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This was the runt of the batch. 

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On 13/08/2019 at 6:32 PM, Tommy tucker said:

Hey @Dinafem-Mark Did you have a good a holiday?

 

I had a lovely time mate thank you for asking ;)

 

Well you've been a busy bee over the last few week's  :yep:

 

Not a bad looking harvest at all buddy ;)

 

How is the drying stage going mate?

 

More importantly are you happy with this season's outdoor fun and end outcome?

 

All the best  :bong:

 

Mark..

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White Widow and White Widow XXL & Amnesia Autos

 

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Mixture of white widow and white widow XXL in the photos above.

 

Smoke Report

  • White Widow and White Widow XXL and buds grown in overgrown waste land
  • Germinated in April 22nd All buds harvested by August the 11th. Sorry I can't provide a weight as my friend has my scales. I’d say 1.5 oz max from both White Widow strains and 2 oz from Amnesia autos(Not fecking bad)
  • White Widow was a naughty little surprise. These girls produced some tasty nugs with an almost soil like taste. The smoke was a nice buzz. I felt really creative after the smoke and played some music on my piano and chatted loads of shit to my wife.
  • White Widow XXL was like the bigger fatter sister. Large dense nugs with decent mold resistance. Beautiful smoke but I can't put my finger on the taste. Kind of like a earthy /wood flavour . Really different from some of the other citrus flavoured strains I've grown this year. I’m saving this batch for Christmas.
  • Amnesia - Produced some really weird long leafy buds with a turps profile. Long sticky nugs that smelt like pine. Amazing knockout stone for an outdoor sativa. This caught me by surprise. This strain needed a longer cure as i could still taste Chlorophyll

     

Conclusion

 

All three strains did really well . Amnesia auto produced the biggest yield out of all three strains. The WW’s took ages to get going but had a decent growth spurt at the end. The two main issues I struggled with season were badgers digging hole and that nasty willow grass shit. I had a few issues with germination but Mark kindly sent me some more and they died after germination(I take full responsibility for both)

This was my first decent outdoor project growing auto’s. These are perfect GG strains due to the life cycle and size. I’m gonna do these strains again next year as they smashed it. 

Massive thanks to @Dinafem-Mark for his generosity and guidance. What a gent ! Same time next year?

 

 

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On 04/09/2019 at 8:28 PM, Tommy tucker said:

Massive thanks to @Dinafem-Mark for his generosity and guidance. What a gent ! Same time next year?

 

My pleasure mate and 100% we will be back next season but hoping that mother nature cuts us a break and gives a season more like 2018 ;)

 

Thanks for dropping back in with a smoke report mate, this is how you end a diary in style :yep:

 

Thanks buddy :headbang:

 

All the best  :bong:

 

Mark..

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good year man ammo looks sweet

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