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Hi everyone merry Christmas and happy new year 2022
Update - we have had more rain flooding and mist so grow has been more root based instead of vegetation.
This year I have not used clones and have put two in ground of seed I made last year.

None have sexed yet and I am keeping the ones in small pots to hopefully speed that process. Just feeding some seaweed concentrate at 20mls/ 20 litres some pretty minimal but I am gonna try buy some cannabis specific nutrients soon.

Pineapple chunk x itself

and pineapple chunk x grape

And the north lime I was given as seed seems to be a large frame plant and already has a very nice smell

And I did start two if the purple cross but will update pics later.



HNY world
Well here’s my update
We have had some great weather and they are growing. BUT they havnt sexed yet so with only 15 weeks max from here I am worried if my big ones are male :flushed:
I will have to start and sex earlier next year. Or a small tent for wintering…:ok_hand:

So I have repotted all the small ones in case I need a transplant

Here’s the (hopefully) purple one crosses unknown by my mate. They have grown well and started latest.

And from left to right pineapple chunk x grape, north lime, pineapple chunk, purple x.

PC x G


North lime

In ground

Pineapple chunk

Pineapple chunk x grape


Very cool. Im about to ship to NZ tomorrow. Sending some fire Down under!


Well that was quick, the weather heat peaked and then a cool snap and the First Ladies arrived.
The two purple cross seeds I started last, they have grown large quickly and now I think early flowering.
Might be a good strain to try and maintain.


And I got given a small sick clone and revived it.
Couldn’t resist a bit of easy planting sneaky commando style one…even in my garden😂

Others not showing any sex yet including the ground ones - next 3 days I hope


I like how your all guerrilla growing. Are the plants growing into those bags of soil like big bag/pots? I like it. Does the green fabric keep them shaded and disguised?


@preybird1 yes i also dug the soil below slightly wider than the bag and a solid spade depth and put 200g of nitrophoska blue through the soil.

Then I got a knife and made several long slits along bag, then turned it over onto the soil.

I cut a hole for the plant PB bag to slot into and then made about 20 holes in top of bag to help breathing through soil and with watering.

I cut the bottom compleatley off the PB bag and put into slot of potting mix.

Yes the shade cloth does both and since that photo I even pulled all the long grass up around edges.
Some times I might use leave or twigs to make a kind of rubbish heap of dry sticks.

Drones are everywhere these days so trying to blend into the surroundings is the goal.

Oh how I would love to grow some massive unrestrained plants though


Hi GN crew here’s a grow update.

I have enough females now so have culled some that havnt shown yet and strangely all these are from seed BUT I have 0 males…:flushed::face_with_monocle: I thought in natural process males tended to show first?

Anyway back to the good stuff…

Both the possible purp cross seeeds I started are female and massive. I had to plant one of these with guerrilla style quick fire method.

Dug soil and put a handful of med long release fert. You can choose what you like

Then water which I didn’t duh…
Cut slits in 50l bag mix and flip on your turned soil

Cut hole in bag and spread dirt . Puncture 20times around top of bag

Water and plant

Cover base with green shade cloth and then grass twigs, leaves etc

And my big one in ground that I considered a male but is female

I decided to try some netting for the other one in ground

Hasn’t shown sex yet so I am dubious

Looks good though and could still be female

And the sick clone has recovered well
And will go under other end of netting

Happy growing everyone