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Should I throw this in the germination discussion.

by F1Tinman about December 3 - report

Found this little guy today in a pot I gave up on back in March or April. Must be into it's second week. Wonder if it can survive a central TX witer.

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  • 5.059

    Texasbob 5.059 points - December 3

    I would say if you can you should bring it in. You know we will get at least one blue norther blow through. I have lost to many plants because of the unpredictable weather in central Texas.
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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 3

      I could keep it in the garage under a t5 for a while.

  • 6.577

    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 6.577 points - December 3

    wait, so this is from a seed you discarded months ago?? more info please

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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 3

      Correct. I was trying to have a nice outdoor grow. I think I had 2 failed germination attempts back inearly spring.

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      6.577 points -
      December 4

      SBL has a good idea. Veg it out and take clones

  • 1.504

    Hulk 1.504 points - December 4

    We use to have a rabbit outside and I would throw any seeds I found by the cage and one time a plant sprouted just one but it was a little beast I didn't grow it out but I still think about it. I would try to save it if possible could be an omen.
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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      I like the omen part.

  • 16.292

    pipeman69 16.292 points - December 4

    Crazy story!

    Looks kind of like something in the reveg stage.

    Definetly keep us posted!

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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      Maybe I can do a photo album of its progress.

    • chubby441
      chubby441
      1.406 points -
      December 4

      Overferted stage too . Transplant quick .

    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      It's in Coco so I was thinking it didn't have any firts at all. You think it look's over done Chub?

    • chubby441
      chubby441
      1.406 points -
      December 5

      I think you're right. Now that you say it was in coco, it's more likely under fertilization. Get her transplanted and give 1/4 grow nutes with ca/mg. Be careful and Good luck

  • 12.330

    SanBoisLee 12.330 points - December 4

    AWW...poor little booger, hell humans can barely endure CT weather, much less plants, lol. You oughta sex it, put it in a pot, bring it in and veg it...maybe take a few cuttings...then set it out in march/april.

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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      I'm going to move it from outside the garage to inside the garage and veg it out.

    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      I like that setting back outside in the spring idea. Sounds like the right plan.

  • 3.027

    bill59 3.027 points - December 4

    Cal-mag? j/k, sounds like a cool idea to try and save her. 

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    • Screwstick
      Screwstick
      1.982 points -
      December 5

      Do you know its a her?

  • 1.982

    Screwstick 1.982 points - December 4

    That depends on what your calling central Texas, from the color of the dirt I would say its somewhere around Dallas and I would say no it wont make it. On the other hand if its between Dallas and San Antonio I would still say no it wont make it but I have never seen how frost effects weed.

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  • 630

    SevenPoints 630 points - December 4

    I had a flowering plum tree that I gave up on and threw it in a pile of garden scraps. It is now the most beautiful tree I have. Just saying.....
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  • 1.406

    chubby441 1.406 points - December 4

    No, it cannot survive a Mid Texas winter! Set your T-5's up, and don't let her get too cold. If things go good, you'll have a nice little bush to set outside in April. Happy growin

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    • F1Tinman
      F1Tinman
      801 points -
      December 4

      I brought her inside. Can't wait to see what happens with this tough little bastard.

    • chubby441
      chubby441
      1.406 points -
      December 5

      Nice !

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      6.577 points -
      December 5

      tough little bastard is right!

  • 4.909

    justme 4.909 points - December 5

    If it gets below 45-50 degrees for an extended period of time it is done. Scoop it up with a tablespoon and put it in a solo cup with some FFHF and bring her in. Shouldn’t have to worry about pest right now.
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