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Uk late flowering need advice

Three uk ladies at least 3/4 weeks from the finish line need some advice please?? large.Imagepipe_9.jpglarge.Imagepipe_8.jpglarge.Imagepipe_7.jpg

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what kind of advice are you looking for?

 

 

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Decreasing light levels and temps outdoor at this time of year, those ladies are in pots, you got a grow-light indoors? 

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On 25/10/2020 at 10:30 PM, Shumroom said:

what kind of advice are you looking for?

 

 

:yinyang:

What the hell to do with them. I don't have a light can't come inside. I don't know what they are I just threw them in and watched them grow like fuk. I have never ever tried before. They grew by chance I can't remember where the seeds came from to be honest. It's a bit like Jack n the bean stalk. Are they worth persevering with. I can keep them outside and dry. But will that be enough? Drying if I ever get there? I can't do inside any ideas. Thanks 

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On 25/10/2020 at 10:30 PM, Shumroom said:

what kind of advice are you looking for?

 

 

:yinyang:

What the hell to do with them. I don't have a light can't come inside. I don't know what they are I just threw them in and watched them grow like fuk. I have never ever tried before. They grew by chance I can't remember where the seeds came from to be honest. It's a bit like Jack n the bean stalk. Are they worth persevering with. I can keep them outside and dry. But will that be enough? Drying if I ever get there? I can't do inside any ideas.

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16 hours ago, Ch@ppers said:

Decreasing light levels and temps outdoor at this time of year, those ladies are in pots, you got a grow-light indoors? 

 

I don't know What the hell to do with them. I don't have a light and can't come inside. I don't know what they are I just threw them in and watched them grow. I'm a novice to be honest. They grew by chance I can't remember where the seeds came from. It's a bit like Jack n the bean stalk. Are they worth persevering with. I can only keep them outside. I can keep them dry. But will that be enough? Drying if I ever get there? I can't do inside any ideas. How many wizards do you think roughly off each plant if I battle on with it.? 

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Not 100% sure you’ll get any wizards of those plants mate. I only got weed off mine.

 

as shumroom says, what advice is there. If you can’t bring them inside and put a light over them then your other option is to pray.

 

they look further away than 4 weeks as well to be honest. When did you pop them.

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only thing i can sugest is one of those green/clear mini green houses you can buy,   your risking it outdoors this time of year from rain, mould

are you in a position to build a make shift shelter or them?  like a simple clear plastic cover on some sticks/  2" x 2"  1 1/2" x 1 1/2 " uprights?

try and see it out to the end, but with deminishing light, rthere not going to gain much

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Or buy a shed and stick a light, tent and heater in it?

 

 

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Jack Herer December 5th 2013

 

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1 hour ago, Punta Roja said:

Jack Herer December 5th 2013

 

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Just missing some tinsel! 

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Not much to do but hope they finish and keep an eye out for mould, IME experience once you see mould you can try and chop it out but it will keep coming back so I normally just cut at the first sign, if its mega early make some oil or butter with it. You could maybe make some sort of shelter for them but less airflow means more likelihood of mould, a mini plastic greenhouse is abiut the worst place you can out them, an open sided rain canopy of clear plastic with plenty of ioen space around it to maximize air flow would be about as far as I would go. Who knows they might make it to completion.

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P.s. sorry for the terrible spelling I have fat fingers and a crap phone, and it wont let me edit posts at the moment.

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