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Hi JKP, I love the look of Cannabis plants when they are grown outside, they look so much more beautiful when grown that way.

I grew some Cannabis plants outside, they were the biggest, lushest plants I've personally seen outdoors. Unfortunately they weren't early finishers and the Autumn wasn't a decent one, consequently the buds were airy fairy.

I didn't really have issues with caterpillars, my main nemesis was the slug, they ate a fair bit of my plants. The slugs even laid eggs in my pots just under the surface of the soil, little white/clear balls. Every time I went to feed them I would find more and more eggs, oh yeah and the mom/dad slugs seemed to enjoy taking refuge under the pots!

Hey JKP, do you cover your ladies with some tarpaulin to induce flowering, or will they switch themselves because of the 'early' in them?

Sorry to hear about the treatment JKP, I hope all goes as planned and you annihilate the problem that your undertaking the treatment for. It's a fact of life that we will all suffer something adverse in life when it comes to illnesses, that said it still bad news when it lands in your lap or of someone who you care for. Again, wishing you the very best with your treatment Joe.

Peace.
 

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Thanks Bud
I Can Only View The MNS Gallery Via Playstation 3 :confused:
Getting Radical Treatment For Hep C/ Cirrosis
Love MNS Site So Hope To Correspond Via Images ( I Don't Want Chemical Side Effects To Alienate Me More Than They Already Have )
Respect
Joe:)

Update Next Week;)
 

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Thanks Bud
I Can Only View The MNS Gallery Via Playstation 3 :confused:
Getting Radical Treatment For Hep C/ Cirrosis
Love MNS Site So Hope To Correspond Via Images ( I Don't Want Chemical Side Effects To Alienate Me More Than They Already Have )
Respect
Joe:)

Update Next Week;)
looking good as always joe your doing a great job outdoor.:)
 

walkabout growing

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Allways injoy your pics and threads. They're outdoor like me. How did the auto flowering one turn out, are they worth the trouble. Keep that thumb green and grow on.:D
 
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Thanks For The Compliments- It's All In The Genes

These N.H.S Babes Just Seem To Grow On Their Own With Very Little Insect Damage.
However We Have Already Surpassed Last July-August Rainfall:(
No Evidence Of Mould , Only A Few Pock Marks From Pesky Caterpillars
Pistils Are Forming Like Strands Of Dental ( Mental) Floss;)
No Question The Stalks Will Hold The Weight Of The Buds
Update Next Week
Joe:)
P.S ; Last Image Is Of A Clone I Took ( Miracle Or Luck ?) :rolleyes:
 

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Hi JKP, I love the look of Cannabis plants when they are grown outside, they look so much more beautiful when grown that way.

I grew some Cannabis plants outside, they were the biggest, lushest plants I've personally seen outdoors. Unfortunately they weren't early finishers and the Autumn wasn't a decent one, consequently the buds were airy fairy.

I didn't really have issues with caterpillars, my main nemesis was the slug, they ate a fair bit of my plants. The slugs even laid eggs in my pots just under the surface of the soil, little white/clear balls. Every time I went to feed them I would find more and more eggs, oh yeah and the mom/dad slugs seemed to enjoy taking refuge under the pots!

Hey JKP, do you cover your ladies with some tarpaulin to induce flowering, or will they switch themselves because of the 'early' in them?

Sorry to hear about the treatment JKP, I hope all goes as planned and you annihilate the problem that your undertaking the treatment for. It's a fact of life that we will all suffer something adverse in life when it comes to illnesses, that said it still bad news when it lands in your lap or of someone who you care for. Again, wishing you the very best with your treatment Joe.

Peace.
Sorry Redeye 420 :)
Yes I Do Force Flower Them When Possible ( Use Containers With Handles That Slide Easily In And Out The Shed )
I'm Waiting On A Green Compost Container To Cover The Plant In The Ground ( Daddy's Girl Clone - Mother On The Right Of Image ).
I Only Cover Them For A Few Weeks Before Leaving Them Out
This Indoor NHS Is Going Outside The End Of Next Week;)
Joe:)
 

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NHS Update

Very Low Maintenance And Very Hardy Thus Far;)
Smallest Of The Three Is Budding And Biggest Is Just Starting To Show Pystils
Leaving Them To Do Their Thing Whilst Slobbering Over The MNS Ortega And Dreadlock Special;)
Luvvin The Honey
Joe
 

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Nice plants JKP !
Did you use black plastic to make short days ?

Also , please what is name of plant of your live fence at first picture in this post http://www.mrnice.nl/forum/showpost.php?p=56288&postcount=26
Is that winter evergreen plant or not ?
Need something like that & what grows fast.

BlizzOut
Hi BlizzOut
No, I Use The Shed Pictured Above;)
I Did Last Year Use The Growroom As Well But Thats Too Challenging This Year
I Did However Stick Vertizontal Under The Lamps For 12-12 For A Couple Of Weeks Just To Trigger It Into Bloom Faster ( When It Goes Back Outside The Hours Of The Day Have Shortened Enough To Induce The Plant Into Flower)
The Most Advanced On The Deck Is My Topped NHS ( No Bend This Time )
My Live Fence ? What , My Hedge ?, Or My Bamboos Or Anise Plant ?
Smoke And Mirrors , lol
Joe
 

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Hi BlizzOut
I'd Love To Say The End Of September ( Similar To Last Years Outdoor Early Haze ) , But One Is Advanced And I Have Not Aggressively Bent My Plants This Year.
I Have Used A LST Method Over My Normal " Snapping " Or Bending The Branch Til It Buckles. Also Known As Supercropping
Along With Bio Bizz Bloom I Am Using GHE http://www.eurohydro.com Bio Boosters ( 1-2 Drops Per Litre ) And In The Last Few Days , Along With Replenished Cannazym Have Noticed The Flowering Is Really Taking Off
The Most Advanced Is The Smallest And Was Topped Early On
It Already Has Started To Show Promise
N.H.S ; I'm Really Counting On This Grow To Get Me Away From The Gov't N.H.S
I Hate Them For Their Rules And Ruining Rational Minds Into A State Of Dependance
Anyways , Enough Of That , I'll Save It For The Book , lol
Heres Some Plant Shots
Joe:)
 

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Well , I Had To Spray Them With Dithane Anti Fungal Due To Our Soggy Summer
Heres An Update On NHS 1 And NHS 2
Budding Up Nicely Now;)
Joe:)
P.S I've Butchered The Kiwi Daddy's Girl To A Minimum; In The Wild I Bet It's A Monster :cool:
 

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Looking real good there JKP! Looking forward to the end result, when do you tug them, around the end of September?

I like the DIY DWC can, what does the JWC stand for in the photo description? How much did the DIY DWC setup cost you?

I have to say it again, you're Rotty is beautiful JKP. :D
 

BlizzOut

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eh I didnt saw you replay

Sweet looking plants, but man what is that a swamp ? or its clay soil around so after good rain your plot are flooded ?
 

Joe King Park

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Looking real good there JKP! Looking forward to the end result, when do you tug them, around the end of September?

I like the DIY DWC can, what does the JWC stand for in the photo description? How much did the DIY DWC setup cost you?

I have to say it again, you're Rotty is beautiful JKP. :D
Jug Water Culture;)
I Can Get 100's Of These For FREE;)
Conserve Your Hydroton Pebbles And Use A Starter Netpot
Heres Some Cheese Grown In The " Jugbubbler "
My Rottie , Buddy Big Foot Is A Pleasure To Own
Don't Use A Muzzle Myself ( The Device You See Is Called A Halti- Its Like A Power Steering Unit For Wimps And Limps
Ah ,Memories Of My Ford F150 With " Armstrong Steering "
Thanks For The Compliments
You Too Blizz :)
Joe
 

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WOOF!

Ahhh, Jug Water Culture, I'm with you now. :D

Hey if you can get plenty of them, go for it. I'd have a whole room full. You can even carry them around more conveniently than say plant pots.

Mmmm that cheese looks real nice, that's how I remember Cheese looking. None of the 'Cheese' floating around looks like that any more (That I've seen in the last 3 years or so).

Hahaha Buddy Big Foot looks like he has a mischievous look in his eye, Rotties are the best. Your other dog just going out of shot almost looks like a huge hare. ;)

Speak to you soon JKP.
 

Joe King Park

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Ahhh, Jug Water Culture, I'm with you now. :D

Hey if you can get plenty of them, go for it. I'd have a whole room full. You can even carry them around more conveniently than say plant pots.

Mmmm that cheese looks real nice, that's how I remember Cheese looking. None of the 'Cheese' floating around looks like that any more (That I've seen in the last 3 years or so).

Hahaha Buddy Big Foot looks like he has a mischievous look in his eye, Rotties are the best. Your other dog just going out of shot almost looks like a huge hare. ;)

Speak to you soon JKP.
This Is What I'm Growing Now ; Exodus Cheese ;)
Joe
 

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Mmmmm yummy yummy!

Lucky you Joe, would you give it a good score for medical users? I'm not one myself, I'm just curious how you would score the Exodus Cheese.

The smell on that stuff is soooo nice. It gets me a little to paranoid though, but it is nice.

Peace. :)
 
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