- May 6, 2019
Its all about being prepared my friend. I will start preparations for next years grow as soon as this one is done.I tried to find mold and pest resistant strains for this year being my first year with ordering seeds and not using my own regular seeds. I plan on running some sweet seeds fast versions next year that should finish up in mid september instead of mid october and try to research more extensively for better strains to run with the weather. Ill probably start the plants in January instead of February this year to add some extra veg to their life to compensate for the faster flower. If your weather is crappy and mine is look for plants that have long internode distances and a open plant structure. My pm is coming from trees that were just way to full and the air flow wasn't good enough I don't think the weather really would hurt if they were just not as thick and full.
My photo seeds were all freebies this year, I just planted them to see if they would mature as far North as I am. I found one seed reseller in the states that advertises a couple strains that reportedly finish in mid-September to try next year. Next time I will defoliate before I get rain non-stop. I just got back in from checking the plant and see no new pm and no bud rot anywhere today. It is supposed to be sunny and no rain starting Monday. I'm going to keep a close eye on it this week. I just cut a small top bud off that was surrounded by huge buds, I'm going to check it out under my scope to determine when to cut 6 huge top buds off the plant and then let the bottom ones go as long as I can to fatten up.
If you find some early finishers from a US seller I'd like to know.