Oregon Outdoor 2022

petert

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I have a couple of Dutch Treat clones that I'll probably have to cover in order to finish, and also decided to pop the Seawarp regs that were gifted to me a couple years ago. They're alleged to have originated from Reeferman and to finish by the end of Sept, so we'll see -- assuming I get a couple girls from the 8 seeds that germed; damn I hate regs.

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At some point it would be worthwhile to put together a community list of strains that have done well here in the Willy Valley. Trying to assess flowering time from breeder marketing data is absurd and frustrating.
A lot of Oregon Green Seed genetics finish before the first week of October. If you’re not opposed to sexing your plants, they’re pretty spot on with their claims of finishing times. Most other seed banks not so much.
 

xtsho

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I guess I should get these into bigger pots. I'm hoping these two strains finish before October. I haven't grown them outdoors. Let the games begin.

 

graying.geek

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A lot of Oregon Green Seed genetics finish before the first week of October. If you’re not opposed to sexing your plants, they’re pretty spot on with their claims of finishing times. Most other seed banks not so much.
Yeah, I've been looking at OGS for a couple years for summer outdoors, but have been put off by the their regs-only philosophy. I did finally pulled the trigger on the pack of A. Hashplant regs, so will be working over the winter to make some feminized seeds. It's baffling and frustrating that OGS doesn't seem to understand the value and attraction of fem seeds. As a rec grower, I can pop 4 reg seeds and not know until it's too late to start more that I'm the lucky dad of 4 boys. Hell, a sativa dominant that finishes in Sept; if they sold fems, it's probably all I'd grow outdoors.
 

Humanrob

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Yeah, I've been looking at OGS for a couple years for summer outdoors, but have been put off by the their regs-only philosophy. I did finally pulled the trigger on the pack of A. Hashplant regs, so will be working over the winter to make some feminized seeds. It's baffling and frustrating that OGS doesn't seem to understand the value and attraction of fem seeds. As a rec grower, I can pop 4 reg seeds and not know until it's too late to start more that I'm the lucky dad of 4 boys. Hell, a sativa dominant that finishes in Sept; if they sold fems, it's probably all I'd grow outdoors.
When I was growing photos outdoors I did a bunch of OGS seeds. Amnesia Hashplant was my favorite, a really excellent plant with a decent end of September finish. You are spot on about running fem seeds, one summer I planted 8 OGS' strain plants in the garden and ended out with only 3 girls! Making your own fem seeds from AH is an excellent idea!

Here are some pics of my Amnesia Hashplant from 2017, in the fall I put together a structure from extra lumber I had recycled to keep the rain off of it...
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Humanrob

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If those photos were taken in September, then yeah, the AH is a strain I've been looking for. Nice.
The pictures were taken on 9-13, 9-15, the last one of the bud was from 9-22. It came down in two cuts, the final one was the 9-27.

In the first picture you can see there are two main bases, that's because I was doing an experiment that year. Since they were regular seeds, I planted three or four seeds near enough to each other that they would form a 'cluster' that appeared as a single plant. Then when they showed sex, I culled the males before they matured, and the remaining females would look like a single stocky plant. So that's why there are two main trunks, I had planted three but one was a boy so it was removed. This method may not have worked with all the strains, but it worked well with the AH (that's a longer story).
 

graying.geek

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Anyone tried the "fast" genetics offered by Seedsman and others? The promise of a 7-week flowering period and a September harvest have my attention.
 

petert

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Anyone tried the "fast" genetics offered by Seedsman and others? The promise of a 7-week flowering period and a September harvest have my attention.
They have strains that most other seed banks carry. I got my Humboldt Seed Co. seeds from Hembra Genetics. They’re a CA seed bank and ship super fast with fair prices.
 
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