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Dear OG, It's about time I start my very first report here, so welcome to my greenhouse grow. I've been growing in greenhouses for about 5/6 years I think, I don’t know nor do I care. Started doing it to avoid mould, which evolved into avoiding theft so the greenhouse I’ve build 2 years ago is part greenhouse, part fortress. To bad that won't keep pigs wearing blue hats out... that happened 2 years ago. Keeping that in mind, I would keep things small this year in the GH. Just grow 5 great autos and follow that up by some pre grown photoperiod plants. That plan failed due to some hungry organism eating my seedlings time after time... So the crew: 1 Gambia Ryder by FOTH, because this strain became special to me, I’ll show and tell later. 1 Auto Jack by Paradise Seeds, based on good experiences in the past. 1 Critical 2.0 auto by Dinaferm, because it was what I had after the ate the rest... 2 Big Bud 2 or something like that, from Sweet Seeds, same story as the Crit. Also... 1 Blue Shaze, it's a female and will get forced into flowering. 1 Durganchitral x Headcandy, purple cut. 1 Angola #2. 1 HoD#4. 1 Stawberry Blues#1. 1 Kali Kush, neefus pheno. 2 Kinky Cheese #3, Barrie84 cut. And some yet to make the transit, or which I’ve plainly forgotten haha. Some pictures I’ve take today: Gambia Ryder Auto Jack Critical Blue Shaze female, she was sown early on a whim and the stem is smelling more than some bud does, it's incredible! Recovering from an over enthusiastic bend. Dc x Hc I'm not sure what this is, it came up without being sown there, Tomatoes are doing the same. Random tomato that sprouted without sowing:) Another Strawberry Blues, begint to be comfortable. She had a bit of a rough night, but will be beautiful soon. Transporten yesterday.Angola #2. Hammer of Dawn#4 Stawberries, but these bags effin suck, as did the plants i bought but yeh,,, Overview I like to combine things Kinky Cheese Just here since yesterday, the same rough night as the Angola. And some blue shaze hidden, going to plant them in the forrest today.