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Old 09-13-2010, 10:03 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Alrighty some more pictures for those who are following this thread the buds are loking quite nice I hope the pictures shwo that and if I am not caught you will see the end product when it is chopped.

I hope the picture shows the black I am talking about as my girlfrienddidnt upload anyother pictures
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duuuude... that's gonna be some killer bud...

shits gonna be thick!
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Frosty girls they be.
Interesting dark splotches, almost like they hit some cool weather and only developed spots from it.
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Old 09-17-2010, 07:31 PM   #65 (permalink)
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very nice! what I wouldn't give to be able to grow outdoors!!
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Old 09-17-2010, 09:01 PM   #66 (permalink)
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A recent storm came and with the extra weight a few of the branches bent downwards cracking , so while i was sleeping my brother tried his best to get the branches to stay up straight and their is a bit of tape hahaha on their that he says he will remove in a few days or so.

It was a sad site to see when i found it yesterday but it was also raining heavily so I couldn't take the time to fix it.

O well I hope the best for my baby girl
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Their appears to be a family of spiders living near my tree one of them has made a home inbetween the buds i was looking to move him to another spot but he dissapeared
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Excellent photo with the spider .
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Old 09-28-2010, 01:39 PM   #69 (permalink)
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The plant has suffered more damage as a result of heavy rains over night so we used some rope and an aluminum piece( which I hope won't have any negative effects) to hold the branches up. It looks quite bad and the plant is having trouble holding its weight up still and almost toppled over. This could mean an early chop but we are still trying to see if it can hold out until mid oct when we plan to cut her down.

Anyways so we already have a drying room set up which is temp controlled with good air circulation. I'm curious what temps you guys think is prime for the drying process, right now our minds are set on somewhere between 60-65įF.

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I'd say 55-65F would be fine, it's best to keep a nice steady temperature whatever you go for.

It works ok even with temperatures much lower but fluctuations cause periodic high humidity as air cools.
The lower the temperature the slower the dry but of course you don't want them to dry out too quickly anyway.
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Nice budshot... and the spider as well. I seem to miss a lot of posts
Must be getting antsy with the harvest being so close? It's certainly a nice looking tree too bad about the damage.
You in Kanada? The weather has sucked all summer where I am.
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You might think of putting up some tomato trestles next to your tree, something to tie the branches onto? Also, with the rains I'm wondering what your risk is with bud rot? I stop foliage feeding when I begin to see buds forming for this reason. Whats the humidity like where your at durring the day?
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Old 09-28-2010, 05:03 PM   #73 (permalink)
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You might think of putting up some tomato trestles next to your tree, something to tie the branches onto? Also, with the rains I'm wondering what your risk is with bud rot? I stop foliage feeding when I begin to see buds forming for this reason. Whats the humidity like where your at durring the day?
O we already have all the branches tied up and secure now but the weight of the branches is just incredible and most of the bending has happened near the bottom. Also budrot we are keeping a steady eye for but so far we haven't come across any although we have had some scares to keep us vigilant, and our humidity has been steady so it's not quite my biggest fear although now that I've said that....

And to Dan yes good ol Canada is where I stay or so I would like to think it is, and ya this wretched weather isn't doing me any favors although I can't complain it was good weather while unemployed but now I do roofing and its been terrible

Speaking of the weather it's almost time to set up for winter
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Roofers and concrete workers have taken a huge shite kicking but most exterior workers have had a rough year for sure.
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Nice pics, thats not a plant any more its a tree *druels*
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Nice pics, thats not a plant any more its a tree *druels*
What's a good guesstimate on how high that sucker is? Never saw one that huge
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We must triangulate. Well, you must, I am far to lazy to drive allll the way over there to do it
She is a staely tree to be sure sylvester.
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And the aproximate height on the plant is around 13 ft, I'm not too sure on that but I know its larger then my garage and it bends in about 3 different spots before going straight again... maybe when she gets cut down it can be measured.

Should be a nice smoke and if any branches do fall off I won't be too dissapointed as it will provide me a taste of the future
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Okie dokie, Just climbed the ladder with my microscope to get a rough estimate of how much longer we may have left. It seems we will have about another week or 2 at most as the trichs are now all a nice milky colour with a few being amber coloured.

We are probably going to chop a few branches down tonight and then wait until we get a 50/50 or so ratio but we still aren't sure as the weather is getting iffy.
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Ok so with our recent colder nights the plant has begun to take on a black/purple colour on the edges of the leaves closest to buds the fan leaves seen not to be affected as they are just yellowing and dying(hooray) the plant has also begun to stink like cotton candy with a hint of skunk :S I'm not so sure why this is but whatever my hands smell great right now so I can only hope the taste is similar.
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