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Old 11-21-2009, 06:20 PM
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Default EQ - indoor then Outdoor in UK wild :)

I got 20 in the pack It was a new blue pack bought from seed boutique and I got 10 free Sam the Skunkman's Original Haze x Sk#1

Sent 5 Early Queens to a friend, then out of 15 seeds I got 7 plants, 5 in the pics and the other 2 are just little seedlings as they took longer to come to life

I'm growing these indoors at the moment veging under 300w blue cfl, then cloning and flowering under a 400w hps indoors, they will veg for another 2 months as they're isnt much room in the flower room.

The best and earliest girls will go out as clones in south england in May, i may well make some f2s at home to continue the search.

This year I harvested 5 plants from the outdoors after planting 17, but I had to contend with rabbits, deer, bugs etc. The badger, fox and grass snake weren't a problem but it was cool to see them there.
I grow totally organic, and let the plants do their own thing in summer and only visit once a week or so to check on them.
The best outdoor plant was my Blueberry x purepowerplant as this had fantastic vigour, the other plants died off as bugs and rabbits munched them but this Blue Power kept on going. I'll be dusting her with some EQ pollen, and running them outdoors as well next year
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:08 PM
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The leaves look a little bit like the SSH I grew recently.

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Old 01-04-2010, 12:53 PM
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Man, you do exactly what I've put together in my head this winter.

And you are even a few degrees more north! (switzerland here)
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Old 01-04-2010, 01:45 PM
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Excellent do you grow guerilla style or greenhouse/ garden?

What strains will you be doing?

Thanks for checking in

Illbe putiing clones of the best EQ girls out in early May
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Old 01-04-2010, 04:35 PM
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Well it will be my first outdoor grow. Also EarlyQueen... still looking for spots in the woods. Highly populated area here, I can handle the "out of sight" problem, but the smell... that is still something I don't have the spots for. Have to go out with our familys dog more...

Good luck for your grow in 2010
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Old 01-04-2010, 05:03 PM
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Well it will be my first outdoor grow. Also EarlyQueen... still looking for spots in the woods. Highly populated area here, I can handle the "out of sight" problem, but the smell... that is still something I don't have the spots for. Have to go out with our familys dog more...

Good luck for your grow in 2010
Thanks Dogs are a great cover for being out in remote areas too.

I've got a couple of psots I us3d last year, but will go hiking soon to find new places
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Old 02-15-2010, 11:06 AM
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looking forwould to some outdoor grows just moved so have to take my dog for some walking aswell. was going to try early queen this season but becouse i dont know any spots around here i think a few walk about would be a safe option. anyway good luke with ur outdoor adventure bakedbeans mate.
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:11 PM
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any word on this? ive been very interested to hear about early queen...

i hope everythings all right
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:29 AM
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Man, you do exactly what I've put together in my head this winter.

And you are even a few degrees more north! (switzerland here)
North Wales Here ( 53rd)
Baked Beans ; What; SSH Like These ?
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Old 04-23-2010, 02:39 PM
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looking good joe nothing like my little seedling lol. 38 so far mixed walkabout,earlyskunk,shark shock,shit, lowrider2xearlyskunk. that's my seeds so far for this year. still got some jack cuts i toke the other day at a mates and waiting on some automariaxlowrider seeds i have filling out on a plant. going to try some cuts from a indica mns g13xskunk as i was pretty impressed with the sativas ability to fight of mould last year. but the frost done it before it finished but the indica seems faster so should be fine with a bit of luck. this years just going to be fun hopefully as i am not really to concerned with big plant with big yield. i just wont little ones that are ready all different times so i have a good supply of personal stash. make a few seeds to play with just for the hell of it next year outdoor. i might even try a afghanxhaze indica pheno and a g13xwidow cut or two yet just for the hell of it. don't fancy its chances but it wouldn't cost anything giving a cut or two a try
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