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    Wish I would have had a journal going this whole season but unfortunate events prevented me from doing so. Anyways, this season I grew a few different strains with buddy. They are Kosher Kush, Northern Lights x Big Bud, Stacked Kush, OG Kush, Cheese, Veneno, Fruity Chronic Juice, Ogre, Quasar, and our in house strain. It has been a pretty good season overall and although we ran into many obstacles along the way, we have made the most of it and came up with some pretty amazing medicine so far. I will post pics as soon as I can figure out how to.
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    Tried to upload the photos from my iPhone but it keeps telling me that the upload has failed. Will give it another try in the AM.

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    Still not letting me upload my pics. I will keep looking for a solution. In the meantime I will explain nutrients and amendments used, and a little bit about the phenotypes of the strains grown and some of their habits. We used all Sparetime amendments and stutzmans organic chicken manure. We used all Earthjuice products for fertlizing. We used Earthjuice rainbow grow and bloom mixes to amend and top feed. We used Earthjuice sea blast grow, transition, and bloom water soluble ferts and Earthjuice entire liquid nutrient line. We fertilized once a week and watered all by hand as needed. Watering seemed to take a big bulk of the time and next year we are running drips for everything including fertlizing.

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    We were very fortunate this season to avoid pests and any mold/mildew so we didn't have to spray the plants at all the entire season. The only pest we had to really deal with was a bear that knocked down a few plants but was kept at bay by the dogs for the most part. We used low stress training to grow all our girls and it was found to be very effective for all but one of he strains grown (kosher kush). We used last method for the beginning with the kosher kush but found the plant structure to be very fragile and branches broke very easily on pheno we had acquired. I believe topping this strain would be the most effective way of increasing yield but we didn't top any of our girls I an effort to limit plant wounds and creating future disease. Of all the strains we grew this season the stacked kush seemed to take best to the lst.
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    Some awesome looking ladies there mate, outdoor as well so hats off, more interesting is the strains chosen =]

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    Thanks Mindless. They are not ready yet but getting very close. Some closer than others. These pictures were taken a week ago and I have not seen them since. I will take some more pictures and post this next Thursday. It is getting colder and colder at night right now and the colors that are being brought out are amazing. I'm going to try and let them go as long as possible and have not had any mold yet and the girls are getting checked multiple times a day by 40x microscope and naked eye by two separate pairs of eyes and once a week by myself. They have been flushing for about 5 weeks now and I have been sampling a little bit of the Fruity Chronic Juice that had snapped off during the rains. All I can say is WoW! Smooth smoke and all who have sampled it (4 so far) say it tastes like a Jolly Rancher! Can't wait to taste the finished product of that and of the others. Thanks for taking the time to check out the thread. Makes it all worth it.

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    So it looks like I might get hit by some rain today, get poured on tomorrow, and experience scattered showers on Thursday. Still no signs of mold so the girls have been taking the rain and cold pretty well other than needing a ton a stakes to keep them standing. I go back out to see and work on them Thursday and will post updated pics of the girls. Hoping some will be ready enough to harvest.

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    So I got a call today about the girls. They are doing well in the storm we are experiencing today and have gained a noticeable amount of size and have really frosted up. He said at least twice as frosty as last week when I was out. He also said the cheese and fruity chronic juice are the frostiest buds he's ever seen. This is coming from a guy who has been involved with growing for over 20 years and has see a lot of dank in his time. Tomorrow I will get to see them for myself and hopefully harvest a good amount of the girls. I will take more pics b4 we cut and will try and get posted tomorrow.

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