Now my ivy is finally tucked in for the winter. I ended up needing to buy "juteväv" (no idea what the English word for that is but hopefully, you can see what I mean from what's in the picture) to protect it and make my isolation stay. All the leaves were blowing away^^ But, the good thing is that I will be able to reuse it next year! 😋
How do you protect your outdoor plants during wintertime? Do you have any zero waste/minimalistic/sustainable ideas to share? 🤗
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Watering day! Almost at the end of Week 5 for these 8 autoflowering plants. We've got an orderly side and a disorderly side. The two plants on the left have stretched quite a bit! The Critical+ 2.0 Auto by Dinafem in the front left is growing like a sativa plant with tons of long colas and thin leaves. To be honest, it actually makes me excited about the buds. I haven't grown a strongly sativa-leaning plant in a while. The THC Bomb Auto behind it is the same height but an indica leaf and bud structure.
Everything seems to be developing perfectly. All the plants are about 18-20" from the 315 LEC grow light, and it seems like they've mostly stopped stretching (except the reject plant that was recently placed in the front center-left and is starting to flower). I do feel like I should do one last big defoliation, so I'll be plucking leaves as I see them over the next few days.
Day 39 from sprout. All these plants are advertised as taking 70 days before harvest. I feel most breeders tend to estimate for the beginning of the harvest window, while the best yields and potency are accompanied a week or two later. So a little over a month left until harvest 😊
How long until your next harvest?