Garden Trash #8

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last year

Hi Growers,
another week passed, so I bring you another photoblog for the Garden Trash series.

I can say that the last month's rapid growth has stopped. We started to bloom. As the last Ak47 Lemond so we can say that by the end of October will finish.

Not much work was needed in the last week.
A little trimming, one broken branch due to the wind, but tied and is ok.
I add fertilizer to the dressing every other day. Of course already rich in phosphorus due to flower.

Today I apologize for the quality of the photo, but even today the wind blows enough.

Enjoy mighty nature

AK47 original left and AK47 Lemond right

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AK47 Orig.



AK47 Lemond


White Widow

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Sweet Cheese in greehouse

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Sweet Skunk

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Great photos & grow 👍


thx is doing a bit of work but if you enjoy it and have a rest from work so it's cool :-)

Wow ... growing fast🤔👌


now it has not been raining for 14 days, but before that it was quite rainy at the turn of July and August, and natural rain is priceless at growth rates

Nice images, certainly not a trash

And I am just wondering what's the use of that net above the plants


I'm thinking about one more
The weight of the sticks will be large, and I'm afraid the stems might break