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    19 more days to go before I can take to their final homes. They are growing nicely so far. I been giving them 0.25ml of armour si,2.5ml of rhizotonic and 2ml of trinity per liter of rain water.IMG_0263.JPGIMG_0264.JPG
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    I would like to bust the myth that spraying ur plants with the light on will fry your leaves? I know I have read it many times and I just shake my head and laugh. Here is proof that it don't burn ur leaves and I'm using the ☀️ sun. I just sprayed some liquid karma and armour si. Whoever writes that do not listen to them Bc they are obviously full of shit and have no idea wtf they are talking about. I'll take another pic later tonight of this same plant and show u guys the leaves will be perfect. The temp here today is 83f so if it would burn them I'm sure this is the temp to do it,but folate feeding is best done in the morning or late evening,not Bc of worrying about leaf burn but Bc that's when the stomata is open. IMG_0265.jpg


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    As promised here is the plant that I sprayed in the sunlight to prove that it does not burn the leaves. IMG_0266.jpg


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    All the little ladies are standing at attention today. They love this hot sunny weather we are having. 84f here today, when it's usually around mid 60s for this time of year. I'll watch the weather forecast close and see what it looks like in a couple of weeks. If all looks good I'm gonna set the dinafem cheese on out in her final home around April 28. That will be the earliest I've ever set them in their final homes. I usually wait till first week in may but with this weather I can get a nice jumpstart. Plants just grow so much better in the ground then in pots imo IMG_0268.JPGIMG_0269.JPGIMG_0271.JPG


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    Duke chillen after I gave him a small bud lol IMG_0274.jpg


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    My other little baby's that I love so much IMG_0275.jpg


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    These little bitches are growing so fast. The avg temp for April here is usually mid 60s. But so far the avg temp this year is the high 70s to low 80s. This is the biggest my plants have ever been at this stage,compared to previous years. I'm gonna watch the temps close and if this weather continues then imma set my plants out about 2weeks earlier. Hopefully gonna have some massive trees this year.

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    My fav diary of the year is up and running......Bring on 2017 baby!

    All above the dirt and looking good Como. Temps here have been the same mate, rally nice for April, half tempted to chuck an auto in the garden myself. Cant wait for this to get rocking matey, MON the outdoor, MON the Como, MON the trees. Got all my fat fingers and toes crossed for a banging season for you man, but somehow i dont think it will be needed. Subbed, let the games begin....

    P.S. Gotta love them dogs man, bet you gonna have some fun and games with them while tending the trees this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeno View Post
    My fav diary of the year is up and running......Bring on 2017 baby!

    All above the dirt and looking good Como. Temps here have been the same mate, rally nice for April, half tempted to chuck an auto in the garden myself. Cant wait for this to get rocking matey, MON the outdoor, MON the Como, MON the trees. Got all my fat fingers and toes crossed for a banging season for you man, but somehow i dont think it will be needed. Subbed, let the games begin....

    P.S. Gotta love them dogs man, bet you gonna have some fun and games with them while tending the trees this year.
    hello matey about time ur ass showed up! MON the TREES!!! ya man i love my dogs. they are going for a hair cut tomorrow. i'll post some pics up once i pickem up.thanks for dropping in mate. shouldnt be long before things get to banging!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
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    The little ladies are growing nicely. The 3 biggest right now is the fatsoma express, ghs trainwreck and dinafem cheese as u can see in the pics. I gave them a light feeding this morning of bioroot and silica. I'll foliar feed them tonight with rhizotonic,silica and liquid karma. I have a bunch of free samples of things like trinity,rhizoblast, roots excellerator that I'm gonna use up as well help root growth. That's at least the ideal anyways. I'm a big believer that u gotta build a solid root foundation before anything else happens. I think next week I'll take the train wreck and cheese to their final homes. It just seems nothing can outperform a plant in the ground compared to pots. Happy 420 guys!!!IMG_0282.JPGIMG_0281.JPG

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    I just got the little bastards haircuts today. 80$ down the drain 😅IMG_0283.jpgIMG_0285.jpg


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    Me and dukie outside. I finally got him to sit still long enuff to show off his haircut lolIMG_0287.jpg


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    I just went and brought my babies in. My dinafem cheese is looking lush. I have her 1ml of sensi gro this evening as well. Gonna see how she responds. If the weather continues like it is. I'm gonna be taking the cheese and train wreck to their final homes on Monday. Here is what the cheese is looking like right now😅IMG_0288.jpg


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    It's hot here in Florida, I pipe in some of your KY weather. lol Your plants look about ready for some KY weather. I don't know where that saying about the water on the leaves came from, I have spry mine with water all the time over the years, before I ever even heard of that burning leaves thing. ha Good work on the seedlings, I see majory buds in your furture. We do have a cold spell coming this week in, just in the high 50's for the lows, than warm weather after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samwise Gamgee View Post
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    It's hot here in Florida, I pipe in some of your KY weather. lol Your plants look about ready for some KY weather. I don't know where that saying about the water on the leaves came from, I have spry mine with water all the time over the years, before I ever even heard of that burning leaves thing. ha Good work on the seedlings, I see majory buds in your furture. We do have a cold spell coming this week in, just in the high 50's for the lows, than warm weather after that.
    lol damn what a cold spell in the 50s lmao!! yea the ladies are growing nicely right now bc of how warm april has been. im setting a couple out monday. it will be the earliest ever that i been able to set my ladies out. im hoping for the big ass buds this season we shall see what mother nature will provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kygiacomo View Post
    I would like to bust the myth that spraying ur plants with the light on will fry your leaves? I know I have read it many times and I just shake my head and laugh. Here is proof that it don't burn ur leaves and I'm using the ☀️ sun. I just sprayed some liquid karma and armour si. Whoever writes that do not listen to them Bc they are obviously full of shit and have no idea wtf they are talking about. I'll take another pic later tonight of this same plant and show u guys the leaves will be perfect. The temp here today is 83f so if it would burn them I'm sure this is the temp to do it,but folate feeding is best done in the morning or late evening,not Bc of worrying about leaf burn but Bc that's when the stomata is open. IMG_0265.jpg


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    I agree with you to a point mate I've never burnt a plant outdoors and i have sprayed in over 40c. It does depend what your spraying as well,eg oil based products if not mixed to correct ratios might burn but I've never had it happen. The exception would be that some very delicate herbaceous plants can burn. I think in an indoor setting if your light was close enough and strong enough and you were spraying it would also be possible to burn but I've never done this either. If I had to wait for cool weather or only spray mornings and evenings I would never get anything done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    I agree with you to a point mate I've never burnt a plant outdoors and i have sprayed in over 40c. It does depend what your spraying as well,eg oil based products if not mixed to correct ratios might burn but I've never had it happen. The exception would be that some very delicate herbaceous plants can burn. I think in an indoor setting if your light was close enough and strong enough and you were spraying it would also be possible to burn but I've never done this either. If I had to wait for cool weather or only spray mornings and evenings I would never get anything done.
    ive sprayed neem oil,rosemary oil & karanaja oil in the sun and it never hurt mine but i always use silica,aloe or yucca to mix my stuff up. idk about indoor setting tho. i figured if it wont burn out in the sun then there should be no problems indoors. but really what i was talking about is people saying that water that beads up on the leaves will burn the plants bc of some stupid ideal that it magnifys the sun rays.

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