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Old 09-27-2014, 10:51 PM
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Posted some new pics to an album. Strains are Shit and Shark Shock. Not too much longer now. Let me know what you think and much thanks to those who helped me through a few problems this season. I learned some valuable information. Enjoy!

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Old 09-29-2014, 02:26 AM
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Wow! NICCCCE! So, would you say..... Greenhouses ROCK! Makes you wonder what took you so long, yeah? There's nothing like a greenhouse & that damned hurricane Sandy owes me a new one! Really miss little greenie.
-- Guess we know there won't be any bulldog puppies peeing on the plants!
-- I'll be watching! You could throw a harvest party right here on your thread.
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Old 09-29-2014, 07:12 AM
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I do plan on keeping the thread updated. It's been a little tricky keeping the heat in check. And where I live we've been getting 85 degree days with 50 degree nights. So I think I'm going to purchase a space heater with a built in thermostat for the cold nights. But yeah, so far everything has been coming along real nicely. For anyone who's interested in GH growing. This is my first time and this GH is pretty low tech. I just have passive vents that I slide open to vent the heat. On some days I've had to open the door. Used corregated plastic siding for the exterior shell and stapled up 3.5mil clear plastic sheeting on the inside which gives it privacy.
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Old 09-29-2014, 07:24 AM
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Hey bud do you know how to post pics? Open a new tab for your album and drag the image across, then wherever you see "url" at the beginning and end of what you dragged across, change it to "IMG". Anyway that's how I did it...






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Nice healthy buds BDD. ^Is that one with the broad shoulders a shark^?
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Old 09-29-2014, 09:24 PM
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Sweet thanks for the pointers. I do most of my posting from a mobile device though. The plant in question is actually a Shit plant with a wonderful lemon citrus smell. Seems to be a bit longer flowering plant as well as another thin leafed shit pheno. The chunkier plants are the sharks.
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Old 10-09-2014, 06:52 AM
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Posted some new pics to an album. Strains are Shit and Shark Shock. Not too much longer now. Let me know what you think and much thanks to those who helped me through a few problems this season. I learned some valuable information. Enjoy!

http://www.mrnice.nl/forum/members/b...grow-2014.html
When did you plant the seed? Or put out the clones? Don't know which you did. Your height was my goal. I unfortunately have plants that are 9-15 ft tall. Falling all over each other and is a disaster right now.
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Old 10-09-2014, 07:22 AM
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Sorry to hear that man. I put my clones outside sometime during the first week of June. They were only maybe 6 inches tall. They got thrashed by a hail storm in the middle off June when they were only like 12 inches tall. But they recovered well. The biggest plants in the bunch are about 5 feet tall. They are in 10gal pots and I topped and super cropped all through veg to encourage branching.

Also this is the first year I've done clones outside. I noticed they started flowering a week to two weeks sooner than the seed plants I've grown out in previous years. I don't look at this as a reason to harvest early but rather I get two extra weeks to let them finish.

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Sorry to hear that man. I put my clones outside sometime during the first week of June. They were only maybe 6 inches tall. They got thrashed by a hail storm in the middle off June when they were only like 12 inches tall. But they recovered well. The biggest plants in the bunch are about 5 feet tall. They are in 10gal pots and I topped and super cropped all through veg to encourage branching.

Also this is the first year I've done clones outside. I noticed they started flowering a week to two weeks sooner than the seed plants I've grown out in previous years. I don't look at this as a reason to harvest early but rather I get two extra weeks to let them finish.
Ya usually clones will finish 2 weeks earlier and that's why I put out several this year. In my greenhouse I have about 20 clones of critical mass tht I put in the dirt about the 1st week of July. They are all way to tall and and have started flowering just a little bit ago. I was expecting them to be finished 2 weeks ago. I have some crosses of critical mass/ Mulanje that are outside started from seed that are no where near as tall and are almost ready to chop. Huge huge crop off of them and I put them in some poor dirt and did not fertilize that much.
I also crossed that Mulanje male with several more varieties and all those crosses are putting on some major weight.
I chopped a critical skunk last night as she was getting mold in the buds. Her sisters are still full of white hairs but if this rain lasts like they are saying 5" over the next 3-4 days then I will be having some humidity problems and will have to chop some more plants to keep them from ruining.
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Old 10-15-2014, 06:19 AM
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I have a little but of molding showing up. I try not to panic and just snip off part of the plant that has it. Then don't let it touch anything. Immediately get rid of it. It can infect your other plants.

Strange that your CM clones are taking so long. I have a shit pheno right now that I don't think will be done til mid November. Looks great! Fat colas. Just taking it's sweet ass time. I have a Shark that will be chop ready by November 1st for sure.
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