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The Hot House Flower and the Nine Plants of Desire. What a lucky soul you are to have found this. by Khepri the Egyptian Scarab of transformation - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 04:54:32 EST ID:gC3J6+Mj No.136803 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This book is a legend of 9 plants and their mythical properties said to grant a person all they could possibly want. The story says that they call to you, and only for the people who are ready to find them.

The nine are named:

Sinsimilla Cannabis sativa - The plant of feminine sexuality.

Gloxinia - gloxinia speciosa - The plant of love at first sight

Mexican Cycad - Zamia furfuracea - The plant of immortality. It is what is known as a living fossil, alive from since the Jurassic period.

Cacao - Theobroma Cacao - The chocolate tree. The food of fortune and also mentioned in ancient Mexican legends as the tree of paradise.

Moonflower - Ipomoea Alba - Bringer of fertility, of procreation.

Lily of the Valley - Convallaria majalis - The plant of life force. This is for the heart and is said to replace digitalis medication.
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Ian Hivingsteg - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 06:16:37 EST ID:4/uToAcw No.136804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lol at Lilly of the Valley, enjoy death.
Ian Hivingsteg - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 06:32:49 EST ID:4/uToAcw No.136806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Khepri the Egyptian Scarab of Transformation - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 09:15:14 EST ID:gC3J6+Mj No.136813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wrote the words slightly different from how they appeared from the summary of the book.

Directly the text says "Delivers life force. In a pinch, his beautiful plant can replace medication for an ailing heart."

Both ways sound misleading I admit but the idea is that they have mystical powers from the presence of these plants alone despite if a person ingests them or not so the context must have meant that it has a powerful aura or something to it. Someone would really have to be an idiot to go out and eat it without reading about it though lol.

I like this book because instead of reading about scientific books on botany or medicinal treatments this is more of fable and legend about their powers instead of details that could be tediously debated.

I haven't finished reading it and don't know of the properties of all of them in and out but strangely enough I knew about 5 out of the 9 when I first started.

Here is a scene from the Harry Potter movie that shows Mandrake.
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Help design my grow room. by Priscilla Guggleford - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 20:31:28 EST ID:Z7z4pMtY No.136794 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, I am currently planning and buying stuff slowly as I get money for decking out a 16'x14' room. I want the room to be pretty much wall to wall with weed, The stuff I am mostly needing help with is how I should do the ventilation. I was thinking of eventually getting 4 or 5 1000 watters, at least one or two running metal halide or cmh or whatever is popular now with enclosed aircooled hoods. Can I run the same ducting and inline fan for all the hoods if the fan is beefy enough? Will that basically take all that heat out of the equation? I can have the intake come from right outside where it's 50f-65f lately, and go right out the ceiling, wouldn't have to run that much ducting really.

The room is inside of a garage that had like half of it remodeled and insulated/sheetrocked for a jam room/ hangout/ smoking drug shack. I will draw a crude picture here in a second to give a better idea of what I am workin with.

I have a 600 watt hps/mh with a cheap batwing i've been using and i just got a 250 watt hps system (ballast in hood, sorta nice for dirt cheap) along with a really powerful inline fan for $50 just now

How strong a fan should I be looking for?

Thanks in advance, just generally trying to wrap my head around this all. Sorta overwhelming, I've done a few good cycles with just one 600 watt but want to step this up several notches since I've learned so much
Sophie Derringcocke - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 21:16:23 EST ID:lRln78qK No.136795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
With that amount of space it isn't really necessary to use all of it wall to wall.
You could run 10kW in that area or if you "just" use half of that have additional mother plant, cloning, drying, storage and utility areas.
If I'd had that space I'd be looking into keeping everything related to the project inside the room instead of trying to fill the whole space.
Frederick Crockleshaw - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 22:39:23 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Find out the volume for the room and divide by 3. Get a fan that produces that number (or near it) in CFM. When you buy a carbon filter, try to make sure what the CFM limit is for it and that it exceeds the CFM of the fan. Pic is for lighting.
Fucking Drenkinham - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 23:07:15 EST ID:NbNpIO3A No.136800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is a good thought for sure. I should prolly frame and drywall a little closet for drying. I also have a little 5.5'x5.5' shed that I can use for vegging/moms, actually currently using it as my flowering area while I get the big room figured

Accuracy by Nigel Hannerspear - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 09:25:02 EST ID:0Pykb0Bs No.136777 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How accurate is this chart?

I think it's full of shit and I believe that what decides if it's going to be an energetic high or a couch-lock high is if it's sativa or indica.

What do you cultured growers think?
Angus Winkinstock - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 13:31:23 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The chart is correct.

THC (cloudy trichs) degrades into CBD/CBN (amber trichs) over time.
Walter Trotspear - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 15:25:09 EST ID:lRln78qK No.136780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Somebody did a study once about the subject, ie measured the THC content based on trichome color.
AFIK the result was that THC content degenerates far quicker at the end of the harvest window than it builds up during the beginning.

The resin of plants with mixed clear/cloudy trichomes was more potent than if the plants already have some amber. The reason to harvest later nevertheless is yield as plants still can produce more resin even if there is some degeneration taken place.
Basil Seppersune - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 21:48:53 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.136796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought it only degraded into CBN.
Frederick Crockleshaw - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 22:34:51 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is one of my cherished pics for weed. Use it wisely.

le outdoor grower face by Ernest Brusslesere - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 21:19:40 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.136476 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much longer?
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Whitey Credgebot - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 19:59:05 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.136672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PATIENCE, man. In a week or three, those teeny tiny calyxes will fatten up. She's not ripe yet.
Cornelius Brenderhood - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 15:24:55 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.136739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I woke up today to a cover of frost on my car and lawn. The frostless areas underneath trees I saw led me to believe that the temperature only got a degree or two below freezing. The weather forecast shows nice weather for at least another week. How big of a deal is this? How quickly would frost damage be evident? Also, how much fucking longer?
Whitey Semmerlock - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:44:03 EST ID:17XsoHq3 No.136742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Harvested this week, plenty of pounds my negroes
Minimal mold too, the weather was great this fall
Sophie Sollerfork - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 11:07:05 EST ID:v4y/R9UC No.136788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
to me the plant on that picture looks ready to be harvested
and definitely not too early
Hedda Bicklebanks - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 17:40:42 EST ID:CTsq8j8e No.136789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i would wait as long as you can until all the pistils are amber

Dat "about"harvest time by Faggy Fammlelit - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 16:31:46 EST ID:ZCbJbZmy No.136680 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've had this plant growing out side since summer time. She didn't bush out as much as I wanted, but I know it's my fault . I stuck her out side when she wasn't so strong and a storm blew her all around. Anyways I'm about a 3 weeks till harvest. Just hope that Colorado cold doesn't set in to fast this year. I'll keep up to date with pics every week till harvest.
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Faggy Fammlelit - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:25:23 EST ID:EWmvT5MV No.136781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A week later
Faggy Fammlelit - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:28:16 EST ID:EWmvT5MV No.136782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Leh top
Faggy Fammlelit - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:30:25 EST ID:EWmvT5MV No.136783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dat 💪
Faggy Fammlelit - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:32:22 EST ID:EWmvT5MV No.136784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Middle top
Faggy Fammlelit - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:43:39 EST ID:EWmvT5MV No.136785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Can't wait for next week

stimulant plants by Archie Climblespear - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 13:52:35 EST ID:030Vnlf3 No.136751 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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are there any plants you can grow that give you a stimulant effect?

like growing ephedra for instance

something that isnt tropical or the size of a tree preferred
Jack Tillingwill - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 02:34:43 EST ID:pPG0l3NW No.136758 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It's called khat. Google it nigga.
Hugh Cressleshit - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 05:13:46 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.136765 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Most sturdy outdoor strain? by David Fattingcocke - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 20:07:06 EST ID:CGpTEiuy No.136752 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Figured this year ill do some outdoor plants, best outdoor strain? Im in the uk.
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Oliver Fimmerfen - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 23:12:27 EST ID:LS7R7sGM No.136754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im sort of curious as well, is there some strain/pheno out there that is super resistant to botryisis?
Shitting Lightford - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 02:25:41 EST ID:KC5Ki34R No.136756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ak 47 does really well outdoors
Jack Tillingwill - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 02:33:39 EST ID:pPG0l3NW No.136757 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Hey, faggot (OP) since you are in England you probably want a fast finishing Indica. Get something that says if finishes in 45 days. Also, nigga its harvest season, not planting season. Fuck you for not knowing that.
Whitey Blibblepere - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 03:18:36 EST ID:6VhAGW5o No.136759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
early skunk could be a good option, early pearl if looking for a bit more sativa traits, those two ive seen some buzz around more than some others, alot of "early" indica dominants (think of you kush varieties) would be a good option. look around some seedbanks, theres a nice handful of good strains with short flowering times. one main factor you should look into though is any sort of bacterial issues, fungal issue and pests that you may face in your region and try to aim for something that is hardy and offers some resistance (the first two i listed are supposed to be pretty resilient ladies but i havent had the pleasure of growing them)

even though i think its usually more an indoor variety ive done early girl outdoors with good results, its got a bit shorter flowering time (8-10 weeks i think) but im a bit lower in latitude so i dont have to worry about that as much

>>136757 he did specify NEXT season
Hugh Cressleshit - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 05:11:46 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.136764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Im in the uk
Yeah no shit, that's still a vast range of growing variables. A little more specificity would help us help you.
Ruderalis Indica by sensi as a shot in the dark. Although not if you are near the west coast. As a general rule a short auto will be best unless you are somewhere like the south east.

harvest the good good by Cuttin Buddindom - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:24:02 EST ID:PRj0sACm No.136712 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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greetings crops.
once again i seek your wisdom.

my sweet outdoor plant is getting ready for harvest. i checked the trichomes few days back and they were all milky white!
how long does it take (average) till i start to see some amber amongst them.? the plant is very far and i dont have the time to visit her every day.
James Drigglehood - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:38:06 EST ID:6rIR//UP No.136713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All milky is an acceptable time to harvest. Chop it down at your convenience.
Whitey Blibblepere - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 03:37:06 EST ID:6VhAGW5o No.136762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136713 i agree with this, if it were me id go ahead of harvest now, youre good to go. now focus on drying and then pull all of you patience out of your patience bank and cure it correctly
David Fommerdock - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 04:21:13 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.136763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wouldn't go based on trichomes. Just wait for 99% of all stigmas to be red/brown and receded back into the calyxes, that should be swollen.

See all the milky trichomes in this bud that has been flowering for a lil over a month?

Overall cost? by Phoebe Guggleson - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 10:26:01 EST ID:+7rgGCN6 No.136749 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know this is a broad question, But what is the overall cost of growing your own shrooms(doesnt matter what strain) im just trying to get a good estimate. From the cost of materials to the actual spores. Is it worth growing your own(sense of satisfaction and stuff) or just going out and finding a dealer( which is always sketchy to me). Personal information and growers welcome to give tips or a trustworthy link would also suffice. Also general shroom thread show off your grow and shit. Thanks
Doris Bracklestare - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 12:50:28 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136750 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Good spore syringes cost anywhere from $10-$30 each. All strain dependent. some strains produce more weight, some give a certain kind of trip, etc. I was lazy and bought a few packs of pre-made ready to inoculate jars that had inoculation ports and FAE holes built into the lid of the jars. Those were more expensive than the syringes, but a huge time saver. Ended up spending about $115 after tax and shipping. Had 4 syringes and 24 jars that yielded about 2 ozs.
Oliver Fimmerfen - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 23:16:15 EST ID:LS7R7sGM No.136755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if you do all your spawn your self and it's really really cheap. The spores are the most costly part until you wanna get really fancy with hygrometers and automation

IT IS TIME by CHA - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 14:52:10 EST ID:IE72Isju No.136698 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i think it's time i start growing poppies, always been something ive wanted to do. i dont want any comments on how i should not do it, just help me get started, give me some tips and advice and such. Thanks for the help.
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CHA - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 19:09:18 EST ID:IE72Isju No.136702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Where would be a good place to buy seeds? what sort of supplies will i need, and what should i do to be able to get the most out of my harvest? Tips i wont get from research.
George Dungerfoot - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 06:42:37 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.136715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ebay or a good supplier though I have never found one.
Water and sandy soil for best results.
Sow a fuck ton of seed across a large area. Try sowing in rows, will make it easier. Wait for the pods to start crowning. Put 3 tacks through something thick and narrow so roughly 1mm of the pointed tip is showing out the other side. If you cut any deeper you will puncture the pod and the latex will be lost. Scrape that up the pods on a clear evening so each pod has 3 vertical lines on one side. Come back in the morning with a flat knife and a pot and scrape the latex off the pods and into the pot. Repeat the following evening on the opposite side of the pod, the second latex harvest is stronger. After the second harvest the plants can be cut down and processed.
CHA - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 15:42:32 EST ID:IE72Isju No.136734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What are some things i could do to help em grow? Things i could add and stuff like that.
Nicholas Bruffinghood - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 12:33:02 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.136737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jay - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 13:32:37 EST ID:SNBFnhEv No.136738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They grow them in afghanistan, so you could try to emulate that with... sand

Mini SCROG grow by Nicholas Tillingforth - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 01:49:17 EST ID:bY1mWZ6A No.136688 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would any of these setups be relatively effective for small screen of green style grow? My main concerns are bulb to plant distance and how much heat is applied to the roots. I'm leaning towards the t5 style setup, even though more expensive, it would give me a degree of adjustable height, but a smaller overall screen space. I also wonder if I could squeeze up to 4 plants into that space or if it would be more effective to have a single large plant.
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Caroline Gommlesit - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 16:46:13 EST ID:h4l5vtCe No.136700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, but the ballast that they run on does throw a bit. If you can not electrocute yourself when wiring it mounting it on the bottom of your table under where your plants will be will radiate a bit of heat.
John Sonderchit - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:09:38 EST ID:bY1mWZ6A No.136703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The wiring's not a problem. I could always mount the ballast outside the box directly on top and allow it it's own 12v cooling fans. Although if the ideal temp is around 75-80 degrees It would probably be beneficial to have the extra heat in the box. Is this 3.8 cubic feet sufficient for more then one plant? I have limited access to seeds and I want to maximize my yield per plant before I can get a good clone setup established. My ideal goal with this system is to stack basically three of these units vertically to allow for a crop, mother, and clone group.
Basil Willerdale - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:08:57 EST ID:h4l5vtCe No.136718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the only reason to separate the mother and the clones would be if you were going to keep the mother under light way too intense for the young clones, or if you were worried about contamination. Which, if you have any bugs you don't want I'd say all your rooms need to be cleansed.

Though separate sealed ones would slow the spread if your attentive and caught it quick. But even if you wanted some intense lights on the mother plants keeping clone's at a distance would keep them from frying in the light.

But if it's only t5's and no 1000w mh bulbs or anything you should be able to have them there pretty safely if you pay attention to how they're doing.

But all of this could be missing other reason's you'd like to separate the two.
Shit Checkleridge - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:42:53 EST ID:+IfjDufN No.136720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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More t5s would be better. The cfl has that curl that makes the far less effective and you're relying on a desk lamp reflector.
Shitting Finkinway - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:19:05 EST ID:bY1mWZ6A No.136723 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I was thinking one box would be for (lights off) germinating and then (lights on) cloning and the mother box could hold a couple plants in 24hr lights to take cuttings from. Plan was one 2ftx26"(exact size of the box) 8 bulb t5 fixture per box, and then as many lights as I can fit/afford in the main grow box. I think it would be a nice setup to have a t5 fixture on both sides as well, but that's a bit out of my price range right now. I also don't have any bugs currently, but I've grown here before. The main concern was contamination of things like mildew or fungus.

Phillips Elite Agro as secondary lighting by Jay - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 18:54:55 EST ID:qgGt8wBB No.136534 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've heard really good things about the Phillips Elite Agro 315w cmh setups

Has anyone used them, especially for secondary lighting? I'm wondering how effectively they could be used in the corners of my flowering space.
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Jay - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 02:49:21 EST ID:AlExhOD0 No.136568 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Looks like there is not. I just found out my business partner has an electrician in the family though, so that shouldn't be a huge problem. I just need to find somewhere to buy the double-ended fixtures.
oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:00:06 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.136708 Ignore Report Quick Reply

getting this on recommendation from a good friend.. He got ~1lb of flower out of a 4x4 tray with one of these over it..
Jay - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:07:07 EST ID:s5p+n5+G No.136717 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That's a pretty good price on that too. I'll keep that one in mind.
Shit Checkleridge - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:52:09 EST ID:+IfjDufN No.136721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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