Funny indoors is seasonal, to me, best august to nov
Wanting to earn the GIVE-AWAY-SHARE badge from forum friends.
The clones can replace the Queen, who was flipped and indoored 8/6/23.
A month now, into flower, and I have started to thin the herd. 3 inch pieces begining but too early trichs, but beautiful and need to open others. Still got 10 inches above canopy if needed.
HLG’s usually at 50% or less, until now. Mind blowing thinking about December and 100% HLGs.
Outdoors, I am learning and shaping my yard for successful growing. Long term plan, requires much dirt and plant movement. 5 year plan, 4 to go.
White roots showing in bottom of cup.
She now resides in the big tent, way down low.
Her older sister, doing well in corner.
@WaPNWGrower You traveling to Coupeville soon?
My Two “LOGANBERRY” plants arrived today.
Started ordering for next season yard additions.
California Poppies, red poppies and two raspberry plant.
Rabbits love them.
PNW weather update, my weather guy says RAIN, Sat lat, Sun, Mon, and Tue.
Updates to follow.
My outdoor grow needs no rain and my indoor will not get watered.
Clones can fend for themselves.
Going to be moving dirt this weekend.
Re-shape yard with new spring stuff.
Pollinators need more support, IMO, IME.
I bought a USB Microscope.
Hopefully, it will take me where my eyes cease.
howdy Dave, Im late by a couple days but my apple season is in peak right now, will put away a couple gallons apple sauce or preserve over the next week.
The usb scope… I want one not for tric reading but it seems like a good tool for finding contamination, rot, etc.
Get a microphone stand for it , cheap thru Amazon wiil help to take steady pictures otherwise almost impossible. Just my .02
Same one many of us in the forum use that’ll work perfectly
Hope so, Good, I bought two, just in case.
@DEEPDIVERDAVE G’day mate the plants wow and that apple in the pot even more wow,how long you boil for ?plants look amazing be good to see when finished rock on mate,
1962 Apple Sauce recipe
One bushel apples, washed and Juiced (Juiceman, separated juice from pulp).
All cut apple pieces are saved for delivering to yard bees.
One bushel apples, washed, cored, quartered, and all undesired spots cut out.
Bring to boil (15 minutes) cut apples in juice from first bushel.
Cool and run thru ricer.
Boil again (make desired thickness) and package for storage (freezer) or give away.
Canning using quart jars would include another boil/processing jars and seal lids.
Best when apples taste great.
PNW weather update, my weather guy says RAIN, Mon, and Tue
Moved outdoor clones to indoor tent.
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Mother below is the May harvested, June/july abandoned, tent 8-6-23 and flipped.
9/15/2023 Starting daily snipping for testing… Camera will arrive in a week,.
Got an ounce in dry/cure routine.
Mother is beautiful, is this her last production.
Mother is feeding the harvest bin, a branch at a time.
Cooler temps allow more lighting intensity
HLG 350R @ posit 7 and HLG 260D/K ON
Paper bag has an ounce of 60% now added some cola’s causing the
rise from 60 to 66 (will slowly dry over next few days with repeated air breathing breaks).
I got seeds from @noddykitty1 to start for winter indoor grow.
Fall indoor grow is predominantly from mother.
Summer outdoor grow is surviving the PNW rains, maybe.
Outdoor Harvest any day, depending upon rain, humidity and lack of sunlight.
Indoor, a branch at a time, for now.
USB Microscope in transit.
I will do some male pollen introduction to somebody and harvest their seeds.
White Widow, Gold Leaf, Maui W in yard. Mother looks like WW origins.