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    Question growing utdoors in u.k.

    im considering planting some 'surplus to indoor requirements' rooted clones outside and i am wondering if they will survive the u.k. summer and also if they will actually flower.

    i am planning on planting them in 3.5 litre pots and then cutting the bottom off the pots whereby the roots can spread a bit easier into the westlands+ soil i will place into the hole i dig for said plants.

    strains being thrown outdoors will be mr nice critical mass and dutch passion power plant.

    any pointers from the people in the know.

    thanks

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    I Am Growing My Mr Nice Super Silver Haze Outside , 90 Miles From Liverpool
    The Answer Is Yes , Yes , Yes
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    Wink to be honest

    this question was aimed at you in particular pete as i have noticed your talent at outdoor growing.

    super silver haze wow that stuff is knockout when my wife and i were in amsterdam early this year i bought 1 gm back and it lasted us for about 6 weeks and hammered me and wife to the couch each night

    we have a pretty low tolerance as you can imagine

    just got to veg them for a week then outdoors here they come.

    thanks for the advice pete

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    There Are Few Strains I Have Come Across Which Have Had Mould problems Here In The UK
    And Find As Long As Good Ventilation Is Allowed To Flow Through The Plant , Then It Will Live Until The Second Bitter Frost , And Theoretically Continue to Flower Until December 21
    Of Course You Can Force flower When The Time Comes , But Remember Your Plants Will Not Grow happily On Their own Whilst Daylight Hours Are decreasing
    18/6 Under Fluoros Til Hardy Enough To Stick Outside To Flower ( By Which Time Outdoors Will be 12/12 And Diminishing )
    Lot Of Rain Recently , And Had A Snail Halfway Up Big Turk
    Originally I Wanted To Train My Dogs To Scare Away Bugs , But Now They Just Bug Me , lol
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    Talking hiya pete

    well i did plant them outdoors last sunday night as i was working away for 5 days but managed to do the work in 3 days im now able to look after my other plants.

    ill post some pictures later when i take my dog for a long walk killing 2 birds with 1 stone check plants and exercise my dog

    if they are still alive or still where i planted them all will be good

    watch this space.

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    Red face still there

    i couldnt find the other mass and couldnt really look araound due to moidel aircraft enthuisiasts playing with their planes nearby but the power plant has doubled in size and the other mass is looking swell too .

    so turns out i had no memory card in my camera after taking some lovely pictures

    so on sunday night ill venture outdoors again to take some pics with my own camera and show ya all the proof

    until then over and out folks.

    ps dripper plants are riddled with mites so may get chopped over the weekend and a then full clean out of room ready for next lot of plants.

    frankie
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    Hi Frankie
    My Revegged Cheesesticks Are Also Mitey Infected, Yet The SSH And Shit Seem Immune To Them ATM
    It's official; My Largest Turkish Femme fatale Is Now Taller Than I Am , And I Estimate It @ Six Feet
    Its The Furthest Behind In Terms of Floral Development , But Will Undoubtedly Be The Biggest Yielder
    Of Course The Trained Turks Will Yield Less, But Are Responding Nicely To Carbo Load And Gro Tek Blossom Blaster ( Identicle ToCanna Boost But Cheaper )
    And Ata Organics Flavour
    These Images Were taken 48 Hours After Being Given Mollasses ( Atami-Ata organics - Flavour )
    No Question The Mr Nice Shit Is A Stinky, Very Fast Growing Strain
    The SSH Is Going From Strength To Strength
    Happy Days
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    Wink hiya pete again

    that last picture looks awesome and very much like my mr nice critical mass plants when they are about 2 weeks into flowering cycle

    the carbo load is sugars as im sure you know already but why molasses also or are you dosing different plants with each?

    blossom blaster is it
    exactly the same if so ill be using that in the future saving myself a small fortune against using canna boost

    ive decided to leave the dripper plants until very last minute as they appear to be packing on some weight at long last but only time will tell if they go the full distance which is about 10 days away but are still very under developed against my usual same strains

    thanks for your advice btw pete

    frankie
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    Wink yippeeee ive found the other mass

    lol

    so finally got the photos.

    frankie
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    Smile Nice Frankie

    Nice Looking Plants You Have There
    If You Are getting The Rain On A Almost Daily Basis May I Suggest You Make A Few Copper Hoops In Which To Protect Your Plants From Slugs And Snails
    Also This Year I Have Found Caterpillars To Be Just out of Control And If You're Reading This Mr Cervantes; My Entire Nasturtium Patch Which I Considered Large Has been devoured So Quickly It's Unreal ( The caterpillars Shit On One Side of The leaf And Go Devour the other Side
    I'll Tell You My Plants Are Absoluteley Petrified , And Are All Shuddering Whilst The two Bottles Of Powdered Derris Hopefully Kill Them Off
    The Sun Better Come Out Soon Though
    I Have Removed All My Large Sun/Fan Leaves , And Am Depending On Breezes To Keep From Grey Mould , or Botrytis Forming
    I Do Wish " Big Turk " Would Stop Growing; Talk About Beanstalk, lol
    Very Weird All Plants Are Exactly The Same Age ( From Seed )
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    Talking bleeding hell pete

    you have a cannabis farm in your garden mate

    that 3rs photo the internode spacing doesnt exist on that plant what strain is it.

    i assume the turk is the tree like massive plant

    anyway what makes you think slugs or snails will eat my plants

    took my gog for walkies and look what i found

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    Talking forgot the pics

    wtf ffs here is the proof pete

    power plant seem nice food to slugs btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistol Pete
    Nice Looking Plants You Have There
    If You Are getting The Rain On A Almost Daily Basis May I Suggest You Make A Few Copper Hoops In Which To Protect Your Plants From Slugs And Snails
    Also This Year I Have Found Caterpillars To Be Just out of Control And If You're Reading This Mr Cervantes; My Entire Nasturtium Patch Which I Considered Large Has been devoured So Quickly It's Unreal ( The caterpillars Shit On One Side of The leaf And Go Devour the other Side
    I'll Tell You My Plants Are Absoluteley Petrified , And Are All Shuddering Whilst The two Bottles Of Powdered Derris Hopefully Kill Them Off
    The Sun Better Come Out Soon Though
    I Have Removed All My Large Sun/Fan Leaves , And Am Depending On Breezes To Keep From Grey Mould , or Botrytis Forming
    I Do Wish " Big Turk " Would Stop Growing; Talk About Beanstalk, lol
    Very Weird All Plants Are Exactly The Same Age ( From Seed )
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    Love your jungle Pistol Pete!!!

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    Green grass and high tides forever!!!

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    Question All Plants Are From One Bud I Got In Turkey

    Small , Medium , Large , Xtra large
    The Seeds All Came From The Same Bud I Got In Izmir , Turunc , Turkey
    All The Outdoor Plants Are The Same Age ( Apart From Two SSH Females , Not Pictured )
    Big Turk Is Now Six Foot Four , And Budding Slowly
    I May Lop Off Three Feet , As It's Unbendable Now

    DTR; Hey There , Thanks For The Kudo's , And May The Sun Also Shine On You

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    Some really nice pics you hace PP. Always look foward to seeing your pics, always gorgeous girls. And sorry to see all that damage the slugs did frankie1961. Thats one thing I never had a problem with, thats a lot of damage. Hopefully everything else wil go great for you.Peace
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    Lightbulb Thanks Richi420

    When I Try To Explain All My Summer Stock Came From The Same Baggie Of Pot And Also State The Age Of All The Plants With The Exception Of Mr Nice SSH And MNS Shit Are The Same
    I Cannot Explain Why One Plant Is Six And A Half Feet Whilst Another Is Under A Foot
    Yes I Bend Plants As A Hobby
    But Heres One I Never Bent, And It Lives Under 1200 Watts of Light
    It Is The Same Age As " Big Turk "

    Last August Was A Washout As Well , So I Encourage All Outdoor Growers To Shake off Excess Rain, And Create Plenty Of Room For A Drying Breeze To Keep Things In Check Until The Sun Pops Out Next Week And We Hopefully Have An Indian Summer Right Through September
    Heres Hoping
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    Those are beauties......looks like you have had some good rain spells.....rains great but can do alot of damage (mold) if your not careful thats some good tips on trying to control it a bit better, i think you said it before to about removing the large fan leaves too. Peace
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    Wink awesome pete

    yeh look s like the weather ill be having this weekend in carnarthon

    anyway have to rush 7 x plants to trim then im off to buy another tent and wales here i come

    catch up in a few days folks

    frankie

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    Frankie ; You Need Welsh Lessons , Old Chap; It's Spelt Caernarfon And Not The English Carnarvon
    Cae'rn = Field
    Arfon = Old Welsh Name
    Arfon's Field Was Where Edward 1 Built A Castle To Stop Being Attacked By U.K Aboriginals , The Celts
    Machynleth , Was Originally The Capital of Wales ( It Was Also Where Led Zeppelin Wrote Their Songs In A Little Cottage called Bron Y Aur ( Hill Of Gold )
    If Travelling During The Evening Please Watch Out For The " Drug Driving " Pullover At Colwyn Bay
    ( Police Are Also Searching Cars Looking For Imported Shwaag From Liverpool !!!!
    Sun Predicted All Weekend http://www.westcoastsurf.co.uk See Weather Station
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    I Use That Site To Monitor All My Outdoor grows , BTW
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    Lightbulb Another Nasturtium Patch Gobbled Overnight

    Well , I Have Used Two Bottles Of Derris To Try And Control This Epidemic
    The Dog's , Bless Them Are Doing Their Best To Scare Them off
    We Found A Caterpillar In The House This Morning
    I Reckon They Could Decimate My Plants In No Time Flat, So I Am Going To Apply A Stickky Sap Like Resin On The Plants Stalk To Prevent Them Climbing And Munching
    Also , Any White Butterfly/Moth Types Are Killed Before They Multiply
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    Looking Dam Fine Pete... Nice Pics
    disclaimer: I know fuck all about growing Indoors or out. Anything I say is pure fiction and so am I.

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    Smile Thanks Red Sky

    I'm So Glad The Situation Has been Salvaged / Secured For You
    Your Previous Posts Have Already Described That You Don't Carry All Your Eggs In The Same Basket; Very Wise Words For Every Outdoor Grower
    Heres A Project For You For Next Year
    Aquire Old Inflateable Dinghy
    Fit Sheet Of Polystyrene ( Don't Secure )
    8 Square Wilma Pots ( Square - 11 Litre )
    Use Wick - Or Solar Powered Dripper

    Hipwaders
    Find A Nice Reedbed In Which To Moor Your Floating Guerrila Garden, And Feed Via The Wick Set Up
    Estuaries Are Absolutely Steeped In Nutrients And Trace Elements, And Only Bloom Formula Is Normally Neccsary

    Perfect Solution, Keeps Caterpillars And Other Dangerous Predators Away Too
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    Wink "drug driving cost lives"

    bloody hell never seen that message before
    exactly what you stated pete actually saw a cop pullover with copper pulling everything out of his car onto the roadside

    you have a serious problem with catapillars pete b and q have some new 1 litre ready to use spray systemic but safe for vegging useage by westlands

    it does work as ive got rid of my mites in one room in only 2 days since spraying them with no plant damage so another week then plants go into flower mode

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    £3.98 per bottle btw

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