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  1. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Thanks man, and everyone else as well! Another season down in the books. Here’s a fat branch of Blueberry nice and plumped out:
  2. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Chopping my last two Blueberries tomorrow, as they are ready. My GelatoOG’s and Peyote Zkittles, and one of my Wedding Cakes were almost a complete loss(totaling 7 plants), but not an altogether dismal haul this year, though certainly considerably lower than last season. Might actually have...
  3. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Haha, yea I’ll quit my whining and be grateful to have some harvest. I am going to appraise my gardens’ situation in the AM and go from there. That previous post of mine was a bit off-the-handle, and I’ve since come to appreciate that my mold isn’t as bad as I thought, and that my plants are...
  4. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    what’s the post-Mortem, so to speak? It looks like a vicious mold problem? Mine are bad, but not that bad? If I may ask, which preventative sprays did you utilize this season?
  5. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    You know - when people inquire as to why we need to grow 10 plants this is why: because this year will probably end up losing a majority of my crop to mold, despite my best efforts, as I am going to take them as close as possible to FULL maturity. I’ll probably only end up with maybe 2 whole...
  6. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Thanks man I’ll take a look.
  7. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    BALLS! Adding hoops and greenhouse plastic over my enclosure next year damnit! Never again ! I worked all weekend through the rain and It snapped and of course peppered with mold now.
  8. Warfox

    Bud rot or mould???

    yep, and when you think about it: the weight realized from an outdoor grow more than compensates for some loss from rot(if you stay on top of it)
  9. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Also want to thank whoever mentioned the Monterey Complete for mold: it has been very helpful along with Spinosad and BT.
  10. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Most of mine have been “in the window” for a bit now, but I want SWELL I want BULK. I want thick-ass amber-crusted buds. I don’t much subscribe to the clear/cloudy/amber school. I think a plant only gets better with age(to a point, obviously). I’m going to to my damn best to hold till...
  11. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Cream & Cheese CBD Wedding Cake x Nicole white on leaves is spray residue
  12. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Yea, I’m looking at how to attach railing to the top rails of mine to create an elevated A-Frame. Then spread chicken wire over it and then greenhouse plastic over top and butterfly netting around sides. It’s the caterpillars and other insects that cause 99% of my problems I.E. mold. If I...
  13. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Very nice setup good job. Definitely gave me some ideas for next season!
  14. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Throw butterfly netting bet over that chicken wire and caterpillars will be a thing of the past I bet BT or no BT. YOUR setup is what I want to shoot for.
  15. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    ] Dry trim 100% for me. Whole limb sections. I drop humidity down to 45% initially then slowly raise it. The leaves protect the buds and preserve terps IME over wet trim. Nice slow dry and cure all-in-one while hanging for 1- 2 months, then into plastic storage bins then 5 gallon buckets...
  16. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    The Blueberries have really stolen the show this year. Ended up duck-taping a few limbs back, and so-far-so-good *crosses fingers!*
  17. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    I use the 3% when cutting out bud rot.
  18. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    yea Man. I said I’d build a damn greenhouse this year and I did not…regretting that decision!
  19. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Thanks! From what I’ve seen, 3% for foliar? That’s what I use when cutting out rot, anyway. It fizzes up real good.
  20. Warfox

    2021 Massachusetts Outdoor Growers

    Thanks for the well-wishes! To your November goal: I left my Skunk in ground till November and it survived; albeit with increasing amounts of rot. First hard freeze murdered it, obviously. Suffice to say: I believe you have a good chance since your in pots, and I look forward to seeing you pull...
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