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Old 06-07-2012, 04:50 PM
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Hi Sensi and Greenfever,
You are probably both right.
I haven't grown this strain yet.
But I have to see how this thing grows in the au natural state.
If it is similar to the AK-47 I'll be ok.
Depends on the pheno I quess.
Thanks for the advise and suggestions,I do appreciate them.
Thanks all.
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Old 06-07-2012, 05:38 PM
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hi charmilles
i hope you'll have succes with mns strain . i can't wait to see them blooming
is the la con and ak 47 were planted at the same time last year ?

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Old 06-09-2012, 03:00 AM
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hi charmilles
i hope you'll have succes with mns strain . i can't wait to see them blooming
is the la con and ak 47 were planted at the same time last year ?

cheers
Hi manivelle,Yes they are put in the ground about Jun,1.
Here is a picture of 2010 outdoor.

These were all started as clones indoors,and topped multiple times.
I think it was all AK-47.(not sure of the pots) They were put in the ground about Jun,1 but were in pots and 18 inches high before I planted them.
The two on the left were from the same mom. They were the only ones that didn't get bud rot!



This stuff is now my worst fear.
If I could just avoid this #%$@^& I would be happy.
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Old 06-09-2012, 03:50 PM
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Looks like caterpillars to me. They come the later part of fall. I would net your plants in or take some other measures to stop the moths from laying eggs.
Thanks Dawn,
I get the caterpillars also,this is something else.
I get these leaf hoppers that are a bitch to control. They suck sap and piss it all over below,I need to work on them too.
I'm working to make the whole surrounding environment clean and pisser bug free.
I will also try some biological fungicide this year. Actinovtate. Preventative stike!
The tighter and bigger the bud the first to rot.
The more resistant plants seem to have more airy buds.
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Old 06-10-2012, 10:44 PM
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Had to do it



Sensimilla13 was correct.
Its become apparent I need to split this vertical growth or I will need a ladder to maintain the top of this thing.
I got power lines up there too.
Think I might be able to double top it at least, for four top colas.
It's still going to be way tall.

I don't want to cut any lower than this because of the hollow stem.
Bugs and rot get in.
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:15 AM
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what great looking plants you grow.
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Old 06-16-2012, 06:21 PM
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Thanks Acid-I ,
Here's how they look today.




I just put the bamboo sticks in the ground and anchored them with twine to tent stakes in the front and the fence in back. There is a walkway between the fence and back poles to inspect and spray etc.
As the summer wears on the frame will supply for support for fruiting branches.
It is easy to add twine where needed as you go. (3D-Scrog)
I also gave the 5hz a second topping.(L)
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Old 06-16-2012, 06:43 PM
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Hi Charmilles,
Amazing what 6 days will do and its only 6/16. That 5Hz is going to be a monster!
How much room on the left of it do you have? You might consider training it or bending it that way and let it fill back in toward the middle.
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Old 06-16-2012, 07:04 PM
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Hi Betterhaff,
There is a big tree that blocks the sun to the left.
If I were going to train, it might come forward OK.
But,I still think I'm in good shape.
What could go wrong?(famous last words)
This will be fun
Charmilles

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What could go wrong?(famous last words)
A 12 foot high billboard advertising to the neighborhood, lol.
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