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- Sat, 24 Oct 2020 07:56:54 EST ENXh61sq No.147436
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im about to buy some leaf of a philodendron and im not sure how to tak3 care of it. it has minimal roots. should i keep it in filtered water for some weeks until the roots grow bigger or should i plant it in soil already and put it under a cap for air moisture?
when to switch to soil?

gender reveal party

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- Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:15:18 EST DRQonH0O No.147418
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IS THIS THING A FUCKING BOY OR A FUCKING GIRL???

I have googled it and tried to figure it out on my own and yes, i seem to be retarded. Thank you for your help
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Cornelius Chommlestone - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 09:35:16 EST FTkjk1tK No.147434 Reply
>>147422
>>147429
if it was a hermaphroditic male, wouldn't the bulby male parts be further down, closer to the stem? I couldn't find any pics for fertilized females developing seeds. These look nothing like anything on the internet I can find but I looked really lazily.

Truffles growing in neighborhood

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- Mon, 05 Oct 2020 13:28:17 EST 9z+hdHAx No.147399
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Found these growing near trees in my neighborhoods. Are they truffles?
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George Hobberberk - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 15:41:46 EST /2j+C28p No.147432 Reply
>>147399
Of course not. Truffles grow underground. Do those grow underground?
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Walter Nickleworth - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 15:59:40 EST DRQonH0O No.147433 Reply
>>147432
yeah that's what I thought. that's why you need a trained dog or pig to find em.

plant wanted

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- Wed, 07 Oct 2020 14:55:13 EST /JyEBjw0 No.147403
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so once i went into a candle store and i was just strolling but then i saw a beautiful plant way up in the dark and i pet it and it was real. they didnt know what plant it was and i wanted to come back later but the store had been closed and once opened remodeled and the plant was gone.

im trying to find it. it grew a bit like an ivy, longish and heart shaped leafs BUT meaty and dark green and velvety. im going crazy. any experts here what it might be?

pic rel my plant is camoflaging too
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Reuben Conningridge - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 18:00:05 EST rQg3bcj2 No.147413 Reply
>>147403
so i came to the conclusion due to the fat leaves it might be some type of succulents. any idea?
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Nigel Davingman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:46:44 EST XOn5S12g No.147420 Reply
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>>147403
Probably a succulent. Likely this one: Rosary Vine aka String of Hearts.
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Nell Hobblesune - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 13:22:27 EST bncsmt7D No.147424 Reply
>>147420
i will get one of these, thank you. yet this is not it. they grew like a ivy does, on a long stem, not string. and the leaves were much thicker, really fleshy

thank you for caring. i research further

PF Tek in 125mL jars

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- Wed, 19 Aug 2020 21:26:46 EST VvY8/e7F No.147378
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So basically I'm a dumb fag and bought 1/4 pint jars instead of 1/2 pint jars for growing some B+ in. It's incredibly hard to find yield expectations etc. for this size of jar since everyone else seems to be able to actually read and actually get the right jars. Has anyone had any success with these? I'm not really planning on spawning to bulk or anything, just going to do the fruiting in-jar with a bag over top for keeping humidity in. Should I just use these as pseudo-test runs to get something decent to put on some agar and try again? Maybe nut up and make a monotub? I'm new to this so I figured I'd see what you guys think.
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Wesley Norringville - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 03:40:47 EST JX4E6n5V No.147416 Reply
>>147387
Basically what this guy said. Quarter pint jars are actually pretty dank since they take less time to colonize, and once the caps grow in you can get pretty much any amount of spore you need going forward
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Nigel Davingman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:40:31 EST XOn5S12g No.147419 Reply
>>147412
You don't need a fancy grow box. Buy a cheap plastic storage container, somewhere in the range of 8 to 14 liters. If you want to do unmodified monotubs, that's fine, you're pretty much set there.
Those grow kits look over-priced. Look for a legal/legitimate "shiitake grow bag/ grow kit" or "portabello grow kit" to get the same stuff cheaper.

These grow kits are just overpriced, pre-packaged stuff, though. If you have a pressure cooker, you can make grow bags out of rice or oats, for literally pennies.

If you're really wanting to skimp, you can buy some packages of Ready Rice (brown rice, unseasoned). Look up the "Uncle Ben's Tek" if you want more info. It's more expensive than making your own bags, cheaper than buying a grow kit, and it's one less sanitary/sterilization step you have to take.

First time grower, how am I doin?

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- Tue, 13 Oct 2020 13:13:41 EST wW7zLGMa No.147409
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We were a tad late with growing, it's now in week 10.
It's an autoflower, Royal Bluematic.
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Alice Nemmerhit - Tue, 13 Oct 2020 13:14:21 EST wW7zLGMa No.147410 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Fanny Bunnerman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 12:05:14 EST ef1tcmWF No.147417 Reply
not bad but next time try to do some training of the plant so that it forms an even canopy instead of having one stalk in the middle that's a lot taller than the others. This is typically done by topping the plant aka cutting off the top during veg so that it forms a symmetrical shape from the lower branches that remain. You can do this several times but on autoflowers usually just once is all you have time for. You can use other stuff like ties or a screen to arrange your plant how you want it to grow also.

wtf post your cacti

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!57aon8jsJ2 - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 05:20:40 EST /qruDJRP No.145607
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as title says wtf post pics of your cacti drug containing or not.

heres mine
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Matilda Cloffingstone - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 02:15:46 EST EPDxoU0r No.145670 Reply
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i dont have cacti, can i post this cock tie instead?
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CoyoteOnPeyote - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 03:11:25 EST 9UrJB7Lf No.147414 Reply
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its 30 years old and the seeds originate from the USA
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CoyoteOnPeyote - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 03:25:16 EST 9UrJB7Lf No.147415 Reply
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this is a grafted loph i recently bought

Horror story and advice.

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- Tue, 06 Oct 2020 05:06:20 EST Nlx2ezJv No.147401
File: 1601975180153.jpg -(3379332B / 3.22MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Horror story and advice.
Hey boys. I have a horror story for you as well as a few questions.

The following two images I will post are from my first auto grow. Before I ask my question let me tell you my story.
>Decide to grow ILMG NL auto.
>Initially an outdoor grow.
>This is a mistake. My seedling gets stunted, but still looks healthy overall.
>She stays out for 2 weeks, make sure to keep her in the greenhouse when it rains.
>Decide to get a grow tent and move her inside.
>Despite being stunted the plant looks very healthy.
>A few days after moving in the tent, I notice pests on the leaves.
>Turns out to be whiteflies and spidermites.
>Spray the FUCK out of her with some neem oil.
>After a few weeks of application, completely destroy the pests.
>However, there is a new problem.
>She must have contracted Leaf Septoria while growing outside.
>She is stunted and now has Septoria. Couldn't get rid of it via pruning.
>Resign myself to a small harvest. At this point she is about 4 weeks in.
>Feed her some Bloom nutes a few times. No big issues or signs of nute burn.
>Week 7 I feed her some bloom nutes.
>Next day the leaves towards the top of the canopy are turning yellow and there are brown spots all over them.
>It's not septoria, can't diagnose the issue since there is so much wrong already.

It is week 8 now and I want die. I am so close and I'm not sure she will make it. My question is this; what the fuck is going on here? This image shows the canopy and it looks like a possible (P) deficiency, however I have no idea. My thoughts were that my soil was too hot, therefore suffering from nute burn or lockout. I tested my runoff today and I'm getting 6.7 PH and 750ppm, so it shouldn't be burn.
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Walter Sishmitch - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 00:53:48 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147406 Reply
>>147405
I don't have experience with bottled nutes, so I don't know if it would remedy the situation. What kind of soil are you using and how large is the container?
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Wesley Fegglehene - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 02:27:18 EST Nlx2ezJv No.147407 Reply
>>147406
I'm using fox farms ocean forest soil. It's also a 5 gallon fabric pot.
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Emma Dillerford - Sat, 10 Oct 2020 02:07:35 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147408 Reply
>>147407
I mostly work with rock dusts and wood ash for micronutrients, adding a little good biologically active compost might also help. Calcium is not a mobile nutrient though, so affected leaves will probably not recover.

Stoner Science

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- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 14:27:57 EST 8tX+DoU8 No.147395
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I am looking into ways to speed up my time to havest for photosensitive weed.
One method I am going to try is changing the light cycle to 18 on /12 off in vedge
Then to flower 12on / 6off giving me more growing hours per day but still reducing the light cycle to 12 to induce flowing.
>Will this work?
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Angus Pickstock - Thu, 01 Oct 2020 14:23:13 EST 8tX+DoU8 No.147397 Reply
I was looking at alternatives to a 24hr day somthing like this......
Many growers advocate the use of an 18/6 light schedule (18 hours on, six hours off) while plants are in veg. However, this may not be the most beneficial light schedule. Switching to a series of 6/2 light pattern (six hours on, two hours off) may increase plant growth while also potentially creating a more stable controlled environment...
https://www.maximumyield.com/try-this-highly-recommended-cannabis-lighting-schedule/2/4927
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William Baddletune - Fri, 02 Oct 2020 03:18:36 EST VVnZLVpx No.147398 Reply
>>147397
ahh ty now i understand!
But honestly i dont really think it will work too well.
would work for flowering mayb but it will freak the plants out and they will herm a lot more.
Theres 0 cases of cannabis growing in such light conditions and weed growing under artificial lights like streetlamps all either turn to autos or start herming to combat that new situation.
But who knows mayb there are specific strains that love to grow with some beauty sleeps in between

Autoflower light fuck up

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- Tue, 29 Sep 2020 16:27:18 EST Fhey9Egh No.147392
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Hey im a fucking idiot and accidentally turned my power bar off for like 5 seconds while inspecting my newly sprouted plants. I turned that shit back on instantly but i shat a brick. Did i fuck my plants over? shock or something?
Total fucking idiot noob grower. Sorry mods if im breaking any rules
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Caroline Gemmletone - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 20:23:02 EST 8tX+DoU8 No.147393 Reply
No autoflowers are fine whith 12 to 24 hours of light. They will be ok.
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Jarvis Purrypodge - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 21:54:14 EST f/k71cuN No.147394 Reply
>>147392
>Total fucking idiot noob grower
it shows haha but dont worry mr 5 seconds dont matter 5 mins dont matter hec even a whole day without any light wont kill them (especially autos)
but dont push your luck as cannabis tends to herm when its put out to too much stress/light changes

Strain ideas for Weed (Cannabis)

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- Fri, 26 Jun 2020 00:46:47 EST cvbzNkp3 No.147341
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Here's my strain ideas..

  • Razzleberry Kush = Raspberry Kush (Raspberry Cough x Cheese Kush) x Blackberry Kush (DJ Short's Blueberry x Afghani)
  • Motorwreck = Motorbreath x Trainwreck
  • Garlic Cheesebread = GMO Cookies x Big Buddha Cheese
  • CinnaRoll = Chernobyl x Durban Poison
  • Blueberry Doughnuts = Blue Cookies x DoSiDos
  • Reds Headbomb = Petrolia Headstash (aka Petrolia) x Chernobyl
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Sophie Crattinghurk - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 01:25:51 EST yIAKviVz No.147375 Reply
>>147341

Hey OP,

Try that CinnaRoll (Chernobyl x Durban Poison).

Out of all of strains listed there, that project seems the most worthwhile. Also try variations of Durban Poison being the male plant and vice-versa.

For example:

Durban Poison (Male) x Chernobyl (Female) => a, b, c...x, y, z offspring

Durban Poison (Female) x Chernobyl (Male) => a2, b2, c2...x2, y2, z2 offspring

That project alone will take you considerable time, but I very certain the reward is worth it. It's just that nobody has the time/energy to do it since there are so many other combinations to look at.
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Alice Sommerhag - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 20:34:31 EST 0JgpQY5l No.147391 Reply
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If I put 1gram of chemdawg and one gram of blue dream in my grinder will the resulting smoke have the same taste and effect as smoking a chemdawg x blue dream hybrid? New strain name blue dog.

why are parts of the plant turning this color?

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- Sun, 13 Sep 2020 17:32:46 EST oACQQIbw No.147381
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Ebenezer Pirringket - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 06:00:47 EST ZxuWQxwe No.147389 Reply
damn dude you couldn't try a bit more to get it focused
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Fanny Honeybanks - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 11:28:30 EST 07vAegRL No.147390 Reply
>>147389
I will never understand how people can be this fucking ignorant. its like, you want my help, you want me to put in effort and take time out of my day to help you, and then you come at me with this whack crap like a fucking picture thats so fucking blurry I cant do shit.

You've wasted mine, and your own time OP NB

Australia - the middle of nowhere.

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- Tue, 09 Jun 2020 03:24:45 EST glSrkiI6 No.147314
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Does anyone know of any places that will ship seeds to Australia?

I've tried sensi and bonza, apparently neither will send to Australia any more.
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Archie Muttinglare - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 20:40:30 EST ZxuWQxwe No.147348 Reply
>>147314
some dude sold stuff on ebay a while back, check there
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Doris Heddlewell - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 05:12:03 EST ayROA2tS No.147388 Reply
Attatude is one I have used before and have seeds from most of the big breeders

https://www.cannabis-seeds-bank.co.uk/
I would recomend allways using a credit card when ordering seeds so you can get a charge back If you get ripped.

Vegetable Garden Thread

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 21:14:15 EST ivXB5l4f No.146823
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Post your zone, garden pics, and what you're growing. We didn't have our last frost until the end of May in my zone 5b area of Colorado, so I got a late start. I'm growing sweet corn, red kuri squash, yellow watermelon, scarlet runner beans, malabar spinach, okra, 4 kinds of peppers, 4 kinds of tomatoes, rosemary, parsley, thai basil, oregano, sweet basil, english thyme, and sage in this garden.
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Beatrice Blottingwurk - Mon, 14 Sep 2020 15:00:29 EST 2cxf7iI1 No.147385 Reply
>>147384
How is harvested tobacco? Is it better, worse? Does it give a decent buzz?
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Martha Nurrybanks - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 13:28:14 EST 5p72Lm1Z No.147386 Reply
>>147385
All depends of course. I have succeeded quite well with the buzz and taste but it varies on the summer since I am not sitting on stockpiles of stuff to make exact blends.

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