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Let the games begin : Season 4 DP, Dinafem, Sweet, Delicious

Discussion in 'Outdoor Grow Journals' started by 912GreenSkell, Mar 27, 2018.

  1. stoney T

    stoney T formally known as autonoob General Staff

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    sweet bit of kit seen a few vids and listened to the interview with tom seems like a good product and much better than somthing with blades be interesting to see what you make of it
     
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    912GreenSkell Outdoors of the north Staff Member Global Moderator

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    Yeah for sure!1 Cant wait to see what the TTT 1900 can do!! It will also change the hashmaking process for me. At least for this year, it will all be a dry sift hash season.
     
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    Alvin Lee could RIP it!
     
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    good cold weather for sifting up there did you buy or make your screen id very much like too see a tutorial on that
    you could still make some dry trim bubble also if sifting get tedious
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    912GreenSkell Outdoors of the north Staff Member Global Moderator

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    The TTT 1900 comes with a micro screen for hash. Mosty trim the bud, run a second time with smaller to separate small buds, then run the left overs for hash
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    Don't be missing out on this one if you are looking for a trip of a song!


    What the hell....nothing ain't nothing without a bit of floyd to help pass some time!!






     
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    Beautiful work mate. Well played.
     
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    Good tunes... love some Floyd

    Sent from my garden
     
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    And the show goes on!! Yes.....you can surely see the difference in the full sun plants versus the partial light garden now!! Everyone is hooking up perfectly, despite weather that is all over the place. Partial sun garden up first
    Widowbomb just clipping along!! Man do the leaf hoppers like it though!! Ive said before that they like certain varieties more than others, and this season is no exception. On both the crystal candy and the critical(which is closest to the long grass fields which is the worst spot for hoppers) there is pretty much no bug bites. Lots of scatttered spots on the widowbomb though!! Last season they liked it too!

    Day 71 Widowbomb
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    Sweet Seeds Crystal Candy day 61....she might have been a bit of a bitch to me when she was young, but now we are good friends! :D
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    And the critical + 2.0 at 51 days. Despite being 10 days younger than the crystal candy she is almost the same size...just a slight bit smaller.
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    And a few of the remaining Blackberries are forming...here is a couple of shots of early forming berries
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    And the full sun garden.....hell yes....all I have to say. Plants are fully hooked up now and looking stellar....the 2 younger plants are just tearing ass!!

    First up the 3 Contest Plants
    11 roses....umm okay!! She is just hammering out the growth now!! I expect her to be through the scrog within a couple of days.
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    Green POison Fast is just ripping it up!! On par with size on all except for the Blueberry(larger) and the bubba island kush(a bit smaller)
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    Boom!! DP Blueberry kicking ass!
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    DP Think Fast doing great.
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    Fruity Chronic Juice...delicious indeed!!
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    Bubba Island Kush getting fairly close to the scrog now! Covering 4X4 perfectly.....LOL not for long
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    Wow....green poison!! Man is she ripping! A slight bit bigger still than the 11 roses....for 51 days this plant is a beast
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    And finally last but not least the blue widow....
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    this plant is a friggin cube of green!!
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