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    @GreenLady - Is that your yard? If it is, I am so jealous. All I have surrounding me is rock and dirt..........
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    plants look pretty good.where I am at I only get about 5 to 6 hours of direct sun this time of year. and my strain gets stretchy but produces some great potency.
    certainly it can be done it is just kinda hard in the forest even at 14 feet they are dwarfed by the trees.
    we make do with what we got plants adapt and so do we

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldTimerGreg View Post
    @GreenLady - Is that your yard? If it is, I am so jealous. All I have surrounding me is rock and dirt..........
    That is a tiny portion of my yard! Hehe...I absolutely love it where I live!
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    I have to say that growing outside has been pretty easy care so far. I hope I get a good result. Trying it with supersoil in an airpot in that spot might be interesting. I'd love to see how good of a flavor I can get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLady View Post
    I have to say that growing outside has been pretty easy care so far. I hope I get a good result. Trying it with supersoil in an airpot in that spot might be interesting. I'd love to see how good of a flavor I can get.
    Hi GL - how did the shade experiment go? Any pics?
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    I'm planning to check on my lady tomorrow. I will grab pics. She is almost ready and the weather is starting to turn. Smell is very strong and drifts pretty far...lol.
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    Well. I don't have any photos. But I did harvest the whole plant. Sadly, while I was trimming I found a lot of what I presume to be bud rot. Dark sooty looking areas in the buds. I didn't want to take any chances so I disposed of anything that didn't look 100 percent healthy. Anyways, the bud rot was a surprise because I've never had it on my mostly indoor plants. Overall, I would use that same spot to grow again but make an adjustment for it's limitations. If I have a shorter blooming plant it would finish before the weather gets rainy and cold. Also, the buds weren't as dense as I'd like so maybe a plant that is naturally dense like blueberry or something. Obviously, I wouldn't grow in the shade by choice but in a pinch the yield wasn't too bad. It was pretty stealthy too, because even though I knew the plant was there, it really blends in and doesn't catch your eyes when you walk by.

    Hopefully this info can be of use to someone else.
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    looks good, Just wondering how's it tastes?

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    Very pretty plants! I wish I lived somewhere where I can grow it legally. Last time I grew at my house, I geeked out at 3 am and cut them down a month before harvest! lo

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    Quote Originally Posted by missheatherlee View Post
    Very pretty plants! I wish I lived somewhere where I can grow it legally. Last time I grew at my house, I geeked out at 3 am and cut them down a month before harvest! lo
    that is counter productive to yield..
    but understandable depending on circumstances

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