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Funky Trichomes

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Yes. These are not autos and the frost is gone so wheather wise they will be fine. This strain can get 2 meters+ tall around here so I don't mind if they grow a bit slow to start with keeping them down a bit.
The official daylenght here is 15,5 hours as of today.
They're planted in small clusters which is part lazyness but also a safety in numbers approach which I think will work for this particular spot.
There's around 20-25 plants there now and if I end up with 4-5 female survivors I will consider it a success.
I would've used a different approach with expensive store bought genetics/autos.
Fair one, I'm looking at it from a different climate then. We still have quite a few frosts left...
 

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I thought the frost where I am had stopped but I looked out the window and BAM! Jack had been out again last night, I e never know it too be frost this late in the year. But on the other hand I e already reported my original GG auto flowers into bigger pots and finish those indoors and I can’t get mew outdoor beans until Next week so I suppose o can wait.
 

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Another (sharper) pic taken the same evening as post #123. I think some sativa herritage shows. Flowering outdoors in mid july with 18h of daylight makes me think it could be fully autoflowering. Definately fast. Would be fun to try it under 24h of light and see what happens.
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Pulled these today and tried some bud wash for the first time. Got a fan doing its thing on the buds now and cross my fingers.
Just cut the bigger stuff and left most lowers. Sorry for the blurry in situ pics but had to work fast.
Smells like cinnamon.
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What a great topic.
There's plenty of good advice on here.
I also live in Europe, right on the Atlantic coast.
The auto strains I found that worked best for my for outdoor/gorilla grows, were RQS. They handled the changing weather patterns extremely well.
Mine were in 12lt buckets, good quality organic compost, with 3lts of perlite mixed through it.
Just left them to do their thing.
Just added biobizz grow after 4/5 weeks, the biobizz bloom when they started to flower.
It worked out fine for me.
 
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