Show Your Homegrown!

My autos are all coming along nicely. zittles , Pineapple AK-47 and Lemon Haze

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Here is 3 Skywalker OG and 3 Gelato clones in the flower tent.

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Happy Choptober!
HCC Wedding Cake (left) and Star Killer (right). WDC got the ax yesterday. SKL is starting week 11 of flower and won’t be long until her time comes. SKL2 was a runt that I didn’t tend much to, not expecting much from a 3-gallon pot. Was a very bad year for pests this year!

DWC is noticeably more purple than the lime green Star Killer.



SKL2 the runt RIP


SKL Almost there… Wait for it!


The net did a great job of keeping the moths and butterflies away from the flowers, hence no big caterpillar problem however I did find a few so I think the netting idea was implemented a bit late in the season. The ladybugs kept the aphids and mites in check and I did find lady beetle nymphs, good there. Sharp Shooters were a big problem, they were apparently on the plants when the netting was put up effectively trapping them inside and they reproduced. They are a type of leafhopper and attack the plant by sucking on the leaves. Tweezers are most effective against Sharp Shooters :wink:

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Sk likes to try to shed all those fan leaves for the push I’ve noticed.

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This is a free bee from Meth, avt x strawberry nuggets, do not know of anyone running it and can find no info on it, but it turned out as expected smallish and bushy, did a bit of pruning no problem and will start to flower it sun at day 56 from sprout, when that plant goes in flower closet got more ffoc and will start something double grape x Skywalker or cream de la Chem or something have not run before have lots to choose from but something good bc my state is now legal.

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Homemade from scratch, no pre-made dough here

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I call bs…no way you have 10 inch diameter buds these are maybe 4 and they look way fatter than that

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I say your right on point with that…, looks good!:sunglasses:

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Wash that pizza down with some homegrown Hot Ones!

So how it works is, for each wing, you can ask me a question about your plant. I’ll try to keep a straight face while telling you to stop overwatering. :rofl:

I just got it in my eye uh oh

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you think I am overwatering?

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No, you might be a bit oversensitive though. :rofl:

I was responding to CkNug’s pizza, with chicken wings. I made the sauce with my homegrown peppers. Cops chopped down my medicinal plants so it’s the only homegrown I got at the moment.

The rest was supposed to be a joke. Of course if I have to explain it then @HansGruber wins…

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Your plants look awesome by the way.

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I figured but I am new to growing and watering plants is a big ? I use a half gallon for each plant every 2 days and do not water to runoff

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This week’s hot pepper bounty. Clones are doing well in the aerogarden.

I didn’t end up cloning the yellow scorpion because the plant seems to be dying. I kept a red pheno of the scotch bonnet varieties that I liked instead. I think I’m going to try playing around with creating some S1 or F1 seeds from these over the winter.

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Those peppers look amazing. I may try & grow schotchbonnet peppers next summer.

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SO Your eye at a photo is more accurate than my tape measure ? It measured 10" in dia. at the top next to the light. What did that little guy weigh dried? this is that top a month after harvest. Not every top was that big but the main one was no matter what you think, so troll on! or I mean roll on!

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10 inches in diameter is the size of a basketball…not trolling just be realistic bro

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I want that lol very nice I’m jealous

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So one of my girl Frankenstein A branch broke. I wet trimmed & hung in closet. Remaining plan looks ok, waiting for 10/20


Happy growing & harvesting yall.

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Look fire!, pass the Milk!

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you are right I used the wrong term what I meant was circumference not diameter a solo cup is 11 inches in in circumference and that is the size of my top in the pic.PEACE

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