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Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:12 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Making this quick, ill fill in the blanks later and add on from here.

This is what i got as of today. Another seed run also.

Pics 1 & 2 - New Seed Run- Melvanetics: Super Buckeye F1 & Buckeye Purple F2BX1 Calyx Brothers: Smokey Mountain Magic and 420benny: Pinkzilla

Everything else should be self explanatory.

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:16 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Here is the girl i used to take the males place after i ripped him. Good looking Pink Mama


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:22 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points
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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:05 pm
by 4u2sm0ke • Marijuana is good | 2.332 Posts | 10562 Points

I see ya have ya Bag of goodies....plants looking great. do you not worry about the plants next to wild life? I know my back yard I need to stay away from the hedge as the bugs in there love our plant...I use "Seven" but if they too close they hard to battle..mojo for the new beans


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 10:33 am
by KindbuD | 147 Posts | 777 Points

Keep it up buddy they look great!!!


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:05 am
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Havent had big issue with bugs 4u. I like to think mother nature keep the bugs in check. Good bug/Bad bug I do use some preventative measures using organic oils like rosemary/garlic/hot pepper and i will use seven or eight dust if things start munching.

The worst luck ive had is with bud worms. They will burrow into the buds and poop inside of it, which cause Bud Rot. Captain Jacks Dead Bug Brew is all i need to use to control them. Spinosad is the active ingredient.

If you notice the Nurse Larry that is still in a one gallon pot it is in full flower. What would you guys do with her? Heavy dose of high N? Give her as much light as i can and see if she pulls thru? The PGxGG is also throwing a lot of pistils.

Thanks for stopping in guys.


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:18 am
by 4u2sm0ke • Marijuana is good | 2.332 Posts | 10562 Points

I think they could be in reveg? I know some I placed out too early started flowering...or...Is there an auto in the line somewhere?




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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:38 am
by KindbuD | 147 Posts | 777 Points

Bud worms?? Never seen them.before what do they look like.... like lil inch worms?? And the plant.thats flowering I.would just keep feeding it grow nutes its.gonna reveg we got 2 months before they start flowering


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 2:34 pm
by Ston-loc | 376 Posts | 1601 Points

Kindbud, I think he's talking about what I've battled the green bud caterpillars. Little bastards!! Hey drft, how does that stuff work to control them? Is it preventative? Never see them til it's too late because the moths lay eggs on the forming buds, and when they hatch they chew their way out killing the whole top

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:05 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Ston, its killer stuff. This is an OMRI labeled product from bonide i believe. Its a bacteria that kills the caterpillar and is harmless to pets and people. It only works for leaf-eating insects. So aphids and other sap-sucking insects it doesnt work well. For beetles and Caterpillars its the best product ive found. And its safe to use up to the day before harvest.

I have good results with it. Works up to 2 weeks, doesnt seem to come off with heavy rain. I do know i breaks down quicker in direct sunlight before it dries so spray in the afternoon.


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:07 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Kindbud they are nasty creatures. You dont want them. The worst part is the bud-rot and total cola loss. Plus when they start eating the green buds, they turn green and are almost impossible to spot.


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:32 pm
by KindbuD | 147 Posts | 777 Points

Well hopefully ill never see them knock on wood


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:15 am
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:29 pm
by Melvan | 492 Posts | 2234 Points

We've had an invasive species of some kind of termite move into this area over the last few years. 2 years ago my buddy lost almost his entire od crop to them. They eat out the center of the stems and branches, and they do it quick, within a few days the plant is dead, and as they move so quick, there's no symptoms on the plant until it's too late.

He's taken measures against them that worked really well last year, including adding diamectus earth (never spell that right, lol) to his holes and watering in Sierra Naturals Systemic treatment. A systemic treatment might help make the buds unpalpable to those worms too. He also uses the 7 dust


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Sun Jun 08, 2014 10:22 am
by ZiggyRoss | 37 Posts | 229 Points

I hate those worms. I seem to get them every time I grow outside. They will eat up a bud quick.

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Sun Jun 08, 2014 10:25 am
by ZiggyRoss | 37 Posts | 229 Points

I have some Diatomaceous Earth I am going to try on bugs this season. They say that it kills many bugs by scraping the protective coating of the bugs and they dry up and die. We will see.

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:00 pm
by surfinc | 1.748 Posts | 6388 Points

Safer makes a natural fungicide spray that when the worms eat it they die from insides out.
The white butterflies are they culprit in my spot to drop the larvae on the plant then which bores inside... I have the battle scars from the worms still mentally haunting


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:03 pm
by surfinc | 1.748 Posts | 6388 Points
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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Sun Jun 08, 2014 7:43 pm
by Ston-loc | 376 Posts | 1601 Points

I don't think Diatomacious Earth would help with these, cause the moths fly in and lay the eggs. DT also hard IMO because once you water it flushes away/around, doesnt stay the powdery path of descruction you sprinkle out.

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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Tue Jun 10, 2014 8:51 am
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

six days since i dropped the second run of beans. No sign of life yet. Making me antsy.


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Tue Jun 10, 2014 9:50 am
by ozzydiodude • The Weird One | 2.468 Posts | 11514 Points

You plant start into the soil?


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Tue Jun 10, 2014 1:21 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Yes ozzy


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Thu Jun 12, 2014 8:48 am
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

couple popped


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Tue Jul 08, 2014 3:25 pm
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

I need to check on these girls and take pics.

Its been miserable hot off and on the last two weeks. Getting rain when we desperatley need it, but not when i want it. I bet they are doing fine but i must go tomorrow and see. They are due for a feed and trim.

Also just received a greenhouse for free. Neighbor of my girlfriends mother had it and is giving us the thing!!! Its the frame, and needs to be covered. Havent seen it in person yet but it should be around 6x8 with headroom to stand.


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RE: Drft Outdoor '14

in Outdoor grow shows Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:22 am
by Drfting07 | 264 Posts | 1092 Points

Here are some pics.

Ive been having trouble with reveg the last two years. I think it has to do with sexing indoors first. For now on i will start seeds outdoors in a greenhouse and place outside

Two are in reveg, one is still budding, and three are vegging out. All 6 have had the same treatment. Sex under t5's 24/0. then 18./6 for a couple weeks before placing them out.

Attached pictures:

"Never Kick a Fresh Turd on a Hot Day" Harry S. Truman
Feed the Soil, Not the Plant - Umbra

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