3 lady's I've played with

Here is a kany kush and zdf with a ghost that I’ve watch grow all summer. Buds are starting but weather may just freeze them out we will wait n see

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I have seen it snow on my plants and they come back. Soil temps are more important. If you can keep the 45°f and above, if only for a small FREEZE…they will last. Cover the ground like the cover fruit tress with blankets to protect them from cold snaps, overnight freezes

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Me too @Mrb53004 and i have also have had it frost on them and not hurt them and some strains it has killed them to

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you know my solution helps in times of drought and freeze…This stuff will even hold water (hydroscopic) during times of heat stress, and reduce (lower) the freezing temp of dew on the plant

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I am a gonna try. It’s all I can do.

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Some shots after the rain. I go out and shake the water off every time. Keeps the mold and or bud rot away.

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Well they are developing and doing well we shall see if I can make middle to end of october

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They are developing nice won’t get huge by the time it’s super cold. But looks like I might make 17 of October before the first hard freeze. I have visquine and big fluffy towels to wrap the pots in so I am going give it my best to at least get a small yeild of viable buds

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don’t forget, plants can survive a snow / freeze as long as the soil / roots do not go below 45/40°f
cover at night with something like burlap (what old timers used to wrap their fruit tress for the winter)
As long as the day is above 45/50, they will continue

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