Backyard Cannabis Farming 2019 Episode 7: Feeding After Topping, Storm Damage, Selective Leaf Removal, & Caging

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In today's episode I top my plants again, show off my new weed-whacker and the storm damage taken to my most successful plant, cleaned my plants up around the bottoms and thinned them out around the top and middle, and finally started caging.

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It is important to remember to remove any whips around the bottom when pulling off leaves that are too close to the soil. The earlier in development you remove these branch whips, the less energy will be wasted producing them, and the more nutrients can be redistributed to other, bigger parts of the plant. Cuts for efficiency - leave any promising looking whips only if they are growing upward.

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When thinning out the top leaves, also pull some leaves from the middle part of the plant to allow maximum amount of light into the smaller growth that was previously shaded.

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Caging is not always as strait forward as you would think - I mean that figuratively and literally. If you cage early enough, you can do it by yourself, bu if you wait until this part of the season, you always need at least two people, sometimes three. In this situation, we had to re-wrap the cages around the plants to make it work. I then worked the branches into the spaces where they are best supported. You must be VERY CAREFUL when doing this, if you snap or even bend a branch, there is no saving it.

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I also got a chance to start caging my heirloom cherry tomato plants. Although I did not finish caging all of either of my plant varieties, I still got a ton of work done that was slightly overdue, and ate some awesome blueberries from the outback bush in the process.

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Here is the series so far:

Episode 1: Planning Your Grow

Episode 2: Transplanting Cannabis, Organic Pest Control, Strain Varieties

Episode 3: Preparing Your Grow Space, Treating Burnt Plants

Episode 4: Optimal Organic Soil Formula, Creating a Raised In-Ground Bed, Protective Fencing - Minimizing Energy Consumption & Repurposing Materials

Episode 5: Transplanting into Final Grow Space, Topping Plants, & Finishing Animal Fencing

Episode 6: Applying Proper Feedings with Organic Nutrients

Please enjoy episode 7 of this year's Backyard Cannabis Farming series. Hopefully we all acquire wisdom for growing cannabis effectively and organically together.

From June 28th 2019

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love these updates, keep them up :)

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The next one is a little sad but super detailed. Will get it up asap. Thanks homie.

Those ladies are getting huge. That tree that toke the hit is going to grow so many new top to replace what it lost from the 2 arms. Can't wait to see these girls in full bloom. Keep'em coming!

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If you think they are big in this episode, wait util you see how much they have grown in 20 days in episode 8, its quite nuts actually. The in ground plants are about to outgrow the back fence. A happy problem to have.