SAFC Misfits: GET OUT(side)
Strange weather again this week. A little sun. A little fog. A little rain. It's kinda gloomy outside right now but I can still smile when I look out at the garden.
It's hard to believe that in a few short weeks it will be time to harvest these autos. I have a couple very leafy/bushy style plants and a few that are more sparsely filled out. I had just moved over to bloom nutes and started adding Rock Resonator to the feed. A couple may be ready by as early as June 17th. Ohhhhhh BOY!
I guess we'll have to see what these girls can pack on in the next couple of weeks. At least Orion and Amnesia Haze have the thin leaf branching structure that I prefer. Several of the Purple City Genetics plants have a real bushy, leafy structure that is really a pain to trim and usually results in leafy buds. Maple Bar, Melon OG and one of the Sour Citrus have the leafy structure. And oddly they all have presented with one branching and one single cola type plants.
This is likely to be the last time all of these plants are together. Very soon I will be selecting the first harvest choices. I have been picking slugs and worms off a few and I don't want to spray more just before harvest. There appears to be a spot of bud rot on the thick leafy cola of a Sour Citrus. I hit it with Lost Coast in hopes of holding off a full scale spread. This one has been pulled from gen pop. Also, I started the late season autos. Auto Fuel (PCG) Bride Cake (G13 Labs) and Lemon Larry (Seedsman). And I added a late season photo period Bubba Kush (Seedsman).
Here's a couple parting shots of the Spring 2023 auto grow. Left to right - Juicy O - Amnesia Haze - Orion. All are hanging and awaiting trim and cure. Just enough to add some spice to the rack on the way to Croptober. The late season selection of Auto Fuel, Lemon Larry, Bride Cake have settled into their final pots. And the rest of the garden carries on.
Next up PTGC. See ya next time!