Here are some pics of my grow.Here you go some pictures of my 2021 grow. (I hope).
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View attachment 34955 Cat Face spider. It's only the second one I have ever seen, very elusive. See you later.
Possible Frenching:Here are some pics of my grow.
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View attachment 35010 as you can see in pic 4 the late planting doesn't seem to bother them.
View attachment 35011These ones are a bit of a worry. They are supposed to be Lizard Tail Orinoco but don't look right. I have planted them in buckets so if it is a disease it won't spread to the healthy plants. We will watch and see, its the first time I've had a problem with seeds from North West so maybe I just got somthing wrong.
Hi Knucklehead, might be Frenching, but funny that it has only affected these 3 plants. I will go through my old blogs and see if I can find something like it.
Yep found it, 1 V.G. plant in my 2019 grow. I chopped off the main stem and left a good sucker to take over. Problem solved I lost sight of it as looked like all the others. We'll try that and see what happens.Hi Knucklehead, might be Frenching, but funny that it has only affected these 3 plants. I will go through my old blogs and see if I can find something like it.
Maybe I should just give them to someone I don't like, or just plant them on the river bank which is well away from my baccy. By the way Bob l realized what you meant by the bears. We have a lot of Monarch butterflies here and when they have eaten all of their favorite food they will eat almost anything to survive. Pretty things they are though.My facetious recommendation was addressing the issue of the impact of intentionally placing an herbivore insect attractant close to your tobacco. I found some years ago that when I hung up Japanese Beetle traps (with attractant bait), they always attracted lots of Japanese Beetles, but had no impact on the Japanese Beetles that were eating my grape vines. My conclusion is that attractants attract.