Faded does "The New"

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Ok here we go. Finally in there final pots with compost teas this morning. The New [HASHTAG]#1[/HASHTAG] View attachment 1078193 [HASHTAG]#2[/HASHTAG] View attachment 1078192 ogkz View attachment 1078191 my tea right at 38 hrs View attachment 1078190 and all together now.View attachment 1078189
What brand of weed barrier do you have on the ground ? I need to get some. The last weed barrier/tarp i bought sucked.
Your grow area looks awesome. Keep up the great grows, bro!
 

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Thank you @HighnDry taking a walk through the garden checkin out all the predator life out there keeping bad bugs in check so far. Seen a few red mites on the top of the soil on the mystery plant few days ago was starting to trip out and was about to blast em with alcohol and water and noticed they was gone or at least couldn't find any moving ones and noticed these. View attachment 1078334 anything small that climbs the stem gets gang attacked by shit tons of these lil yellow spiders. I mean they are crazy gangster lol. Also found an even smaller mantis so should have a whole nother colony building up. View attachment 1078335 View attachment 1078336 View attachment 1078337 and this lil guy chillin.View attachment 1078338 thats 9 mantis that i can find on 1 plant alone. Hopefully they all do their jobs. I never bought any of them they just showed up so i try and make them happpy so theystay. Neem seed meal, silica, insect frass, aloe vera dont seem to bother them, not even the lil predatory mites.
You are taking on " Organics " like an Okie twister---relentless--beautiful love going on there.
 

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Thanks man. I got the silver barrier from tractor supply. Its crazy theres all kind of bugs, no matter what you do you will find bad bugs but its a trip there not really around the plants like you'd think they'd be. Seems like so far good bugs like the wasps mantis and predator mites overpowering the bad ones. Hopefully i can keep it like that. Sun is kicking there ass harder then anything right now. Fuckin 4th straight day of 124 out where the girls are. 3 more to go. Drinking 3 times a day, my pump took a shit so no more well water, now they getting chlorinated tap with fish aquarium drops to hopefully dechlorinate in only 12 hours. Also keep 30 gallons in my house to keep cool. Water outside in barrels is 88 degrees, my worms need cool water at least twice a day. Its kinda bitch right now but we see. Oh and the blue cookies started flowering and i was just gonna transplant on payday because she rootbound so probably lost her. Other 15 gallon blue widow seems rootbound also. So its up to these News. They still small so all in all looks as if i put alot more work and effort then i gonna get back but like i said will see come October
 

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Oh yeah one thing i noticed on the news is huge fan leaves eleven fingered with long stems.

Thanks for that added info brother :pass:

The New by Sherbinski had a late start outdoors but has caught up and looks amazing :thumbsup:

Nice outdoor update buddy, keep 'em coming :bong:

Kind regards

Mark..
 

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Lol for sure huh. Was thinkin i might have to invest in some kind of electric trimmer. Yeah these girls are really impressive for being put outside on july 4th. Just now looks to be stacking to flower so should be nice sized girls.
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been hittin these girls with corn and mung been sprouted teas with coconut. Wpm is still trying to set in on the news and the ogkz. I got praying mantis everywhere so just gonna fight it with skim milk,silica,seaweed, coconut foliar and try and squeeze in a weekly compost worm tea foliar to fight it.