Oregon Outdoor, 2021

petert

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I’ve got 4 still in the ground and I built a hoop house over them with pvc and greenhouse plastic. They look a good 10 days from being finished. I hope they do before mold sets in.
the guy I bought the clones from said they were Wedding Cake but they don’t look like it. I’ve had to nurse these things along since June and they still don’t look good.
 

postmoves

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Question - As this long grow creeps deeper into deep fall, my poor pruning techniques are becoming more apparent. I always see a few diseased/dead small branches due to not sanitizing the scissors and/or sealing the pruned wounds, but it never has been much of an issue because I harvest sooner. Now I am looking at a small percentage of my smaller branches dying off to the point the leaves around bud are dying. Should I just wait it out and leave them in place, or is there a technique to address will still in flower? thanks
 

postmoves

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Looks like my Duct Tape (Do-Si-Do x GG#4):
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Little smell and relatively poor trichome development compared to years past.
And my White Tahoe Cookies aren't much better:
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Don't get me wrong - I have hope these will be good smokes, but just look 'stunted' for going this long and now not packing on any weight. Here in PDX it was a weird weather pattern early on, and I'm happy they didn't stress to hermis. Now I'm just on mold watch and gonna let 'em go under clear cover until it looks detrimental I guess...
 

petert

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Looks like my Duct Tape (Do-Si-Do x GG#4):
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Little smell and relatively poor trichome development compared to years past.
And my White Tahoe Cookies aren't much better:
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Don't get me wrong - I have hope these will be good smokes, but just look 'stunted' for going this long and now not packing on any weight. Here in PDX it was a weird weather pattern early on, and I'm happy they didn't stress to hermis. Now I'm just on mold watch and gonna let 'em go under clear cover until it looks detrimental I guess...
That’s kinda my thought. I was wondering if it was more than stunted growth and just shitty clone cuts. I had some autos that hermied on me in June. These look a little funky, but I’m not convinced they are hermies. It’s going to be a shitty week ahead so I think I’m chopping this weekend.
That said, my Blueberry Muffin and She Devil were stellar! Purple Punch was so so, they were all in the same garden.
 

Sir Napsalot

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My G33 plant I got for free is just about dry- there looks to be at least a couple of quarts of really nice buds. Tomorrow I'll get it in jars and be done for the year
 

Oldgoat1959

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That’s kinda my thought. I was wondering if it was more than stunted growth and just shitty clone cuts. I had some autos that hermied on me in June. These look a little funky, but I’m not convinced they are hermies. It’s going to be a shitty week ahead so I think I’m chopping this weekend.
That said, my Blueberry Muffin and She Devil were stellar! Purple Punch was so so, they were all in the same garden.
I don't know for sure, but the only time I have had a problem like yours and the poster above was three or four years ago. I got several different strains from Dark Heart Nursery, and the GG#4 plants all did even worse than that.
I had five of the GG4 clones, gave two away and put the other three (triple potted) in a mound.
All five had the same issues, slow growth, short plants that the branches we're all brittle and collapsed about Midway through flower.
No trichomes to speak of.

I'm sketchy about clones and the Hop Latent Virus that causes dudding.
 

FidelCa$hflow

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I guess I'll start the Oregon thread this year, look forward to hearing from Oregonians on their outdoor grows. So far, I hope we get some more rain! Otherwise this could be a bad fire season, and obviously that's bad for far more than just the plants in our gardens.

My grow is evolving a bit this year, I built what could be called a "high tunnel" or "rigid hoophouse", because it's not fully enclosed and so I don't think it would fit the definition of a Greenhouse. Primary purposes are to hang bug netting on to keep the worms away, and to keep any late season rain off. New structures and methods always have a learning curve, so we'll see how this goes.

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I guess I'll start the Oregon thread this year, look forward to hearing from Oregonians on their outdoor grows. So far, I hope we get some more rain! Otherwise this could be a bad fire season, and obviously that's bad for far more than just the plants in our gardens.

My grow is evolving a bit this year, I built what could be called a "high tunnel" or "rigid hoophouse", because it's not fully enclosed and so I don't think it would fit the definition of a Greenhouse. Primary purposes are to hang bug netting on to keep the worms away, and to keep any late season rain off. New structures and methods always have a learning curve, so we'll see how this goes.

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...and everyone else :)
 

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