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  1. I don't know whether you are taking the piss. Everything is shit. Concentrate on 2 or maybe 3 plants rather than becoming 6ft and bulletproof when receiving ordered seeds. Don't give them nothing but chicken shit all the way up too flowering. We should all follow the guru of cannabis that you are. …. You do believe that your grow is going to come back . Everything is alive and well, your stoked. Enough herb you have that will last you the rest of your life…. Not stunted and crap as it truly is.

  2. If all look  the same try questioning yourself. Too hot, under / over watering. I wouldnt publish this grow. Put it down to beginner stuff . Too much of a dream of going big. "Hanging in there" hhmmmmmm.  Still wish you the best which doesn't appear like anything worth showing .

  3. Why grow anything your not prepared to take care of? Sad if you ask me. Not everyone is capable of being a grower, as your ( huge) grow demonstrates.. I can't help but laugh but I'm sorry for what you've done to those plants!

  4. I always transplanted my plants right in the Direct sun never had any problems but I didn't give any fertilizer when i transplanted them I wait a week after to give them food. When you give it fertilizer while you transplante them it will burn them because of the sun the plant ain't used to it yet water is the key. If your using promix peatmoss theres already enough food in the soil for over 2 weeks

  5. My opinion and this is just speculation, but the 1st thing that went wrong was you put them outside too early, this you know, 2nd you didnt acclimate them to the sun so the leaves got light burn, 3rd it looks like you forgot to water them and they got weak. the plant got dehydrated and wilted, if that was from overwatering the leaves would turn a brownish color, and yes I have seen plants that are used to warm climate die when introduced to cold.. what's actually important is what u cant see and that's the roots…. ALSO IM SURPRISED THEY DIDNT GO INTO FLOWER WHEN U PUT THEM OUTSIDE

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