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Maine Outdoor Grow 2018

  • Jul 8, 2018
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  • Bails231
    New Member

    I figured I have been on this site for a few years creeping most of the threads and always looking for new tips and other growers experiences. Now that I feel a little more comfortable with the hobby I am going to try and do something small and try to help even just one grower. I have been indoor growing for a few years with different variations of success. I have succeeded in growing under HPS and one tent with no veg plants on stand by. I have since evolved to a flower room and a veg room, RO unit, LED lights from Mars Hydro and a light rail where I end up having more problems than when I just kept it simple with basic shit. All that aside I have always wanted to take notes of what I do to each plant and never seem to get around to it. Maybe with this journal I can look back at where and hows and seek advice from others. Or maybe ill suck at updating just like I do with my notes. Either way some fellow Mainer participation would be awesome or anyone with tips/pointers.

    Here are some Photos of adoption day 1 and 2 with these clones I pulled out of a family members collection. The strains are Super Big Bud and some Maui Wowie. I have no idea how exact this collection was so really I am just shooting in the dark because I love just watching them grow. I also started some seeds that I had lying around, they were not by any means the stuff some people are getting out of seed banks. Pretty much just handy down seeds. No idea what ill get there either.

    Ill be using some different types of products and will try to document the majority of them, But what I foresee.

    Fox Farms- Grow Big
    Black gold peat moss
    Fox farms ocean forest- soil
    Lovely well water non PH’d just straight out the well
    Sun

    • Jul 9, 2018
  • #2
  • Blew Hiller
    Grow Journal of the Month: June 2019 – Plant of the Month: October 2019

    A grow journal is a great idea. keeping track of dates and my mistakes makes it valuable and a major reason why I keep up with it. I post all my mistakes and I usually get some really smart solutions from others that have done the same.

    One thing I can offer is the spacing of those plants above is pretty close. you can easily have them 3 feet apart and they will still grow into each other.

    Greetings, I figured I have been on this site for a few years creeping most of the threads and always looking for new tips and other growers experiences… ]]>