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Spring '17

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by sandhill larry, Jan 23, 2017.

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    I'd make sure I shaved AFTER the spring swimming ritual- I'd need all the insulation I could get!
     
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    Humanrob

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    Yeah, that was decades ago. I live near a river now (3000 miles west of my origins) but that ritual vanished around the time I graduated high school. I think if I tried that now I'd want the ambulance parked nearby with its motor running... sounds like a heart attack to me... LOL

    Today feels like spring here!!! Looks like the rest of the week will be rain, but today will be spent in the yard. :)
     
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    sandhill larry

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    My winter beard looks more like snow every year. By spring I am glad to get my face back. Makes me look younger the wife says.
     
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    sandhill larry

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    When I was a teenager, we would swim in the river on New Years unless it was bitterly cold. Lots of years it would be in the 70's.
     
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    Humanrob

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    Latitude is everything ;)
     
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    sandhill larry

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    sandhill larry

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    From the STL this morning. Ass Cheese got a little burned by the frost.

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    sandhill larry

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    Rotten Stinking Bastard

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    sandhill larry

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    Gorille de Raisin. The frost didn't seem to hurt her as bad.

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    bi polar express

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    Good work as usual larry
     
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    sandhill larry

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    Thanks. Hoping I'm done with cold weather. But most years we have a cold snap right before Easter.
     
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    sandhill larry

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    Speaking of Spring 17, it's here. I'm already at 12 hours 8 minutes of daylight, with almost 2 minutes of increase per day. The race is on.

     
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    Mike wanker

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    Hey @sandhill larry I was wondering if too much sun for sativas could be a bad thing? The spot I alreadybhave prepped will be getting absolute direct sunlight from about 10 untill about 5..... will be growing white widow.... starting in may.... harvest in about october.... What you think? May just end up with monster plants and a massive yield.....???
     
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    sandhill larry

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    I think you will be alright with the sun. You never know about yield, but about a pound . . . . . .
     
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    sandhill larry

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    The Tray Jumper went through the cold uncovered. She seems to have had no problem from it. Today was just the 2nd time she got brown sugar, Epson Salts and bloom food. I usually walk to that location, and all that stuff is in my truck. Yesterday I put some of all the above in ziplocks and dropped it off near the plant.

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    sandhill larry

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    The Tray Jumper is about the sweetest smelling one so far.
     
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