I have an outdoor garden in containers. Just as a experiment I tried planting a little later this year trying to avoid spring pest and rains. It worked, I haven’t had near the issues. But it’s gonna be really tight with weather. The WW may finish up in 3 weeks or so, similar for the runtz and do si do’s, but the blue dream may need a week or two beyond that. It will be a roll of the dice weather or not I can harvest before frost.
I moved my plants while cleaning up the area they are in. Wife calls me in the house for about five minutes. When I go back out, every plant has 4 to 5 inch holes dug in the soil in several places in each container.
But what gut punched me was, my biggest fattest white widow was broken off just above the second mode and the top was laying in the dirt. Looks like the friggen squirrel jumped between a tree and the WW, about 7 feet.
My single biggest fight growing outdoors has been caterpillars, then rain and really high humidity. We even have to fight Japanese beetles. They go strait for the new growth at the tip top of the plant.
I guess mother nature is giving me the finger as I say ba-bye.
5x5, ACI automation, hydro… I’m convinced, lets do it…
Had the same issue this spring. They went from germination to there forever pot on the deck. within an hour both pots had had large holes dug in them and the seeds were gone. Needless to say I was pretty pissed. Kept an eye open on my next try, which put me back a couple of weeks. I put them back on the deck and waited. Sure enough he came back up on the deck and was about to jump on the pot. I went around the corner and and gave him a shot in the ass with a pellet gun. He jumped about 6 feet off the ground and took off. never saw him agsin
Couldn’t help it brother, the big girl is a clone, getting closer by the day. The shorter girl is a bag seed Im thinking purple kush. From a previous grow smells wonderful. Didnt meant to boast to loud. Lol
A rat trap with a 1/2" string smeared in peanut butter attached to the trigger, worked great so far. Lost one trap though, saw it laying there, went for gloves, came back trap and all was gone. Buzzard, hawk, fox, coyote? I got’m all.
We had a horse drop a foal and two big male foxes we’re circling behind us about 70 feet away, out in the open. Never seen anything like that before, crazy.