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Im too sober. by how much wood could a wood fuck fuck - Mon, 17 Aug 2015 11:46:53 EST ID:3Z6VCKx1 No.140550 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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When Should I harvest this baby? This pretty girl is a burmese kush named georgia and she is my first. Shes a monster crop thats been growing for 6 months. SHes in a deep water culture and right now her resevoir is water with a ph of 6. I have given her some myco madness and silica as well as the other basic hydroponic nutes. Shes under a 1000 watt hps which is running at 600 on my digital ballast. I humbly beseech your advice and wisdom /crops/
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Hedda Pisslemit - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 23:37:40 EST ID:Uvz+9bjD No.140682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did you weigh your final dried harvest?

I wouldn't recommend revegging. You're supposed to keep a little of the bottom buds when you harvest because it's from those budsites that you get new vegetative growth. I'm not even sure it will work with what you have now. If you do decide to try to reveg, you should cut off a lot more of your plant than that. The old root system starts to shut down quite a bit when the plant is ripening, and the new root growth that you're going to form when you veg your plant again won't be able to support all those branches.

The roots shutting down is one reason that revegged plants are usually less potent. New root growth is essential, that's why it's actually better to trim away some of the existing roots to make way for new ones. Your plants all look very stretched so you've got even more useless branches to support. Turn that light up and/or move it closer to your plants. I have a feeling your lights are too far away from the tops of your plants because they look like they're not getting enough light. They should look much bushier and less spindly.

It would work a lot better to kill the main plant, and just plant those new cuttings you took.
A river flowing through the cold high forest - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 00:28:16 EST ID:OidI93dy No.140683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>140682 it's still drying now but I'm hoping for 8oz. I should lower the light and turn it up but I'm working at a shop 400 miles away so my landlord whom I split it with is watching it. He says the cuttings I took sent doing so good. My limiting factor right now is I can only have 6 plants and 3 of them can be in bloom. I'm trying to get more cuttings and plants since I have 4 and any extra I get I will give away. Everyone says to cut Georgia down but I'm a little too sentimental about her. My landlord hasn't seen new growth on her yet and maybe it would be good to trim her roots. I may purchase hygrozyme when I trim her roots since I hear it can kill a plant if they don't have space for roots to grow. She has a very few bud sites left, I'm just playing it by ear and hopefully I can get another yield put of her. I'll be back at my spot in 12 days.
Phineas Gammlehon - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 04:57:34 EST ID:AXMpd/Nk No.140684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Let me get this straight; You grew a plant for 6 months, under 600 watts.. and you're hoping to get 226 grams dry? Talk about a waste of electricity dude.
Angus Girringstack - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 04:35:25 EST ID:ZFGzCx2k No.140701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ian Turveyville - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 02:14:48 EST ID:5ot8eXDT No.141075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I moved my op to a new place so my crackhead landlord can't get half the harvest. 2 of the plants were acting thirsty even though they had ugly dead roots in the water so I tore off the dead stuff till I got to firmer root material. Then I did a resevior change. That's how I saved my grow op from root rot without disenfectant. I believe my problem has been me making things too complicated. I'm going to be using advanced nutrients lineup. October 10 will be the 2nd day that my girls are in 12/12 . I got seeds and some rooting hormone. I'll be doing the tissue method in ph6 water and then dip my cuttings in hormones, put them in coco soaked in ph 6 water then put em in clone dome.
I gathering all my shit together and selling it at the shut store.

Bit tub, couple of plants by Alice Nebbleson - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 14:50:28 EST ID:E1e62hwA No.140595 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been setting up an hps micro-grow.

Was wondering if it would be ok to grow multiple plants in the same large container, pic related, with holes drilled in the bottom for drainage.

I've heard it isn't good for them, but the tub takes up the whole room in the grow room, so there is clearly more root space using the single large tub as opposed to a couple of small pots.

What you'se think?
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Cedric Fivinghug - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 02:47:17 EST ID:dTmXR/3K No.140698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thats actually a very goo idea kudos too you
Phoebe Trotman - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 13:43:55 EST ID:0/6wteyM No.141051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
have a ball of air in the soil seperating each plant

this will keep them from fighting
Sophie Dartbury - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 14:19:29 EST ID:J96XZmW+ No.141052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How the fuck do you make balls of air?
Phoebe Trotman - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 18:06:59 EST ID:0/6wteyM No.141057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pack the soil around where your seedlings will be planted after you have watered it

then when you transplant your seedlings or plant the seeds make sure they are sitting in dry airaited soil when your plant forms its roots they will hit that damp compacted soil and treat it as if it is a container wall and become root bound within that conpacted spot to a degree
Henry Famblesutch - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 03:03:27 EST ID:HQKxKbVm No.141092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>implying that his shit anit packed
It's the opposite of ice cream the less air the better

air pump for terrarium by Angus Sosslehood - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 01:03:46 EST ID:vUSuQ9q/ No.141045 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im looking for a good brand of pump to circulate air into two separate monotubs
can someone make to me a suggestion?
Edward Gedgemedging - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 16:24:27 EST ID:xFPli3yV No.141055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hailea v60

official don't be a dick thread by Alice Husslewutch - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 01:55:21 EST ID:2f+Cb87f No.140974 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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o wait you broke the rule?

there was only one...

damn, now the key to progress was lost
Nell Murdford - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 20:37:26 EST ID:EVZ02MTE No.141044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'me not being a dick

Almost done? by Nigger Gannerman - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 12:05:03 EST ID:xZP9Lun7 No.141014 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much longer?
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Nigger Gannerman - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 16:15:05 EST ID:xZP9Lun7 No.141030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know what to do then... I just checked the weather and apparently it's 85-90% relative humidity tonight. I'm guessing that's pretty bad.
Oliver Tillingworth - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 19:33:05 EST ID:J96XZmW+ No.141032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Might be worth pulling like the other guy said.
I pulled my single plant earlier today. I just moved so this year I just did a 6 plant set and only two turned out to be female. Smoked one, partially harvested the other and am revegging the bottom half of the plant and attempting to root 4 clones taken from lowest branches.

Smokes good man, ever smoke fresh bud? Before drying or anything, I'll put it in a table top vape or smoke it using a torch lighter. It dries out and hits like normal bud quickly. Gets you ripped but in a different way. The high is more awake than after drying/curing.
Walter Branderwidge - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 09:41:53 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.141033 Ignore Report Quick Reply

not op but yes I totally did this with my first grow too. Fresh bud is an extremely sativa-y smoke
Samuel Blackham - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 15:29:23 EST ID:sXyg82qs No.141035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm not really planning to smoke fresh bud, but thanks.

So last night and all of today it was raining, which bumped up the humidity outside to about 95% right now. Man, this sucks. I don't want to lose the potential remaining growth, but I also don't want it to mold. I'll have to keep a very close eye on them. Can any of you post pictures of mold? How do I properly distinguish between trichomes and the first signs of mold?
Samuel Fasslestut - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 13:49:15 EST ID:wAQ8JXvF No.141043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just google budrot, but it's pretty recognizable. I would wait for the first signs of mold, as long as there is no mold it will fatten up nicely.

outdoor plants vs rain by dude - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 13:32:44 EST ID:Tk5Eb6Dz No.140976 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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im growing some shit outdoors. it's almost ready to harvest, but i still have to wait like a week
today and tomorrow is supposed to rain heavily in the area. and i don't want to ruin the plants in this final stage.

if i put the plants inside for 2 days, meaning getting no sun, will it break the plant cycle of flowering or will it cause in any major problem?

thanks in advance
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dude - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 10:02:25 EST ID:Tk5Eb6Dz No.140996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thank you all
i just built a little shed, no water is getting in, they seem fine!!
Wesley Didgeville - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 12:51:37 EST ID:lRln78qK No.141004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Be aware that the cause for mold is not rain, but humidity. If the air has high rh mold will form. A shed or any shelter against rain won't help you with that.

Anyway you have been warned.
Matilda Wickleworth - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 00:54:56 EST ID:HI/8R/WB No.141008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had my plants boned by rainfall, which is like the worst fucking irony ever. Plants supposed to like water yo
Jack Fashlock - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 02:51:59 EST ID:lRln78qK No.141009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Normally when it rains and the sun gets out the humidity quickly dissipates so there is no mold. The problem is when that doesn't happen and it stays cold and humid instead.
In the climate cannabis naturally grows this rarely happens and landrace strains have way fluffier buds which gives mold less opportunity to form.
Caroline Crovingmick - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 03:00:48 EST ID:NrEHIzaJ No.141010 Ignore Report Quick Reply

2 days of darkness will not hurt your plants

cease watering your plants to guard them against mold. ez pz lemon squeezy from the asshole indoor elitist dick from that one thread

What is wrong with this poor thing? by Angus Hillyhood - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 13:07:10 EST ID:2fCOeFjO No.140951 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Water is 50/50 ro tap with 1mg/l of H&G coco 5.8ph
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Phoebe Fickleridge - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 12:56:37 EST ID:2fCOeFjO No.140969 Ignore Report Quick Reply

roots organic cocopalms. we rinsed thoroughly

I was told it was a good idea to use a bit of perlite and some other shit for drainage
John Pondlestock - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 19:54:23 EST ID:8tFQH9nI No.140988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Vampires on a bus?!
Oliver Dittingsudge - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 10:46:15 EST ID:J96XZmW+ No.140997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shut the fuck up and take your meds faggot.
Eugene Gupperman - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 11:31:58 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.141000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here. plants are looking a lot better. i think it was primarily overwatering and the water problems that I had already corrected when I made the post
Samuel Hipperhadging - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 17:42:47 EST ID:uze1CQqF No.141007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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here's a pic for all your help dudes. as you can see the new growth looks nice and the plants have grown substantially in the past few days.

autoflower by Reuben Lighthood - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 22:34:46 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140944 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where do you guys get your auto fem seeds? I want to throw some autos in a window for something to over the winter but I can't find a site. I found one site that looked nice but it was only selling seeds in too high of a quantity.
Molly Drubberlock - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 09:05:59 EST ID:/zOWk/A4 No.140947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a thread for this on page 2
Cornelius Padgestadging - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 14:19:52 EST ID:QJOf3Aad No.140955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
went looking haven't founsd any..
anyhow, im looking for autos to but you dont realy need special seed banks for them, just look at your favourite seedbank company and they probebly stock autos,
there are literaly to many good ones tostart naming, personally im gooing to getmine via kerra-seeds, i have grown a white thunder (not an auto) of there this summer and it blew me away, also the lowest pricesi have seen for quality strains
John Blandlewark - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 04:18:55 EST ID:Roj51IH9 No.140967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All auto strains suck. They already yield well, but their potency/high is bad.
John Pondlestock - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 19:56:01 EST ID:8tFQH9nI No.140989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That looks like shit grown for the real deal that has my seal
watwat - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 16:36:39 EST ID:aPFnuXzo No.141006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What country are you from? I mean, can that work? Can autos grow at shitty daylight with only little sun?

im so proud, my home depot can go where it goes by Phyllis Buzzshit - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 20:58:25 EST ID:2f+Cb87f No.140992 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think the best pat of home depot is th e POT
>in po
this is all the fools at HP and HD are conqpiring against me
ploting when I should be potting
there out for me
they know...
Jarvis Himmerforth - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 22:48:58 EST ID:3Ggc8eku No.140993 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Stress? Or nah? by Steven Hephern - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 17:04:51 EST ID:BOqViS7M No.139940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey friends.

I searched all around for a helpful hint/tip on cooling my grow tent but found nothing. So I just bought an AC unit. I didn't want to spend that much, but it'll be worth it in the long run.

I may have a problem, or it could just be some stressed cuttings taking their time.

My set-up:
• 1 tent 6ftx4ft tent, 8ft tall
• 1 600w MH bulb, a ballast and air-cooled hood to go with it.
• 1 inline fan - 435cfm
• 1 8000btu AC unit
I also have a wallmount, but the AC can double as a fan.

The inline fan is inside the tent strapped so that its sucking air through the hood from outside the tent and blowing it out the window next to the tent. This is set up as straight as possible.
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Steven Hephern - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 15:20:34 EST ID:HPu4lztq No.140957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shit. Sorry. Who am I. It says up there. 600w. My bad. Lol

The table isn't a worry anymore. Since my light can't be lowered due to ventilation setup, I'm making an adjustable table that can be lowered at 6in intervals. It's just a bit tricky right now.
Steven Hephern - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 22:48:20 EST ID:ZV0xfgeP No.140972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey, so check it out.
I found this on one of my GSC today.
It looks like tracks (from something) and little black dots (poop maybe) on this fan leaf. I found two more fans similar, but neither of them this bad.
And ideas on what it might be?
Steven Hephern - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 00:26:22 EST ID:wY2ndN0H No.140973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And yes. I researched and bought a book on pests but nothing matches.
Jack Nenningmidging - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 02:50:58 EST ID:KwQLc5ZD No.140975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thrips probably. Get some spinosad (captain jack's deadbug brew concentrate) and some azamax.
Steven Hephern - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 15:18:06 EST ID:K8XOZ8ig No.140977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dug way deeper into my book and it looks like it MAY be Mulberry Whiteflies. Black specs(larvae), white trails(wax), and what I thought was dust could be the little fuckers darting around.
Gonna be in my tent for some time today.

Mushroom lights by Cedric Ponnertid - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 02:45:27 EST ID:wQig9nkO No.140963 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone know how important the type of light, and exposure to it, when you begin fruiting mushrooms is? Everything im finding says stuff like "fluorescent lights at 12/12 are fine" but they dont say if that is just because those types of light and time are common or if there is any sort of benefit for the mushrooms. I have a few push button led lights like in pic related, and if i could use those, so i dont have to get a bunch of extension cables that would be awesome.
Nathaniel Bregglestock - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 12:50:30 EST ID:lRln78qK No.140968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
AFIK it's just to introduce fruiting and give the pins a sense of direction, it would be quite cumbersome if they would grow in random directions to separate them from the cake.
Sophie Soshlock - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 15:41:09 EST ID:G0KWxZHA No.140970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So in that case, what you're saying is that neither the type of light, nor the time exposed to it really matter ?
Nathaniel Bregglestock - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 17:51:10 EST ID:lRln78qK No.140971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
To some little extent, I don't know the limits and I don't know if anybody has tested it. The type of light shouldn't matter as long it somewhat resembles white light.
You wouldn't light your shrooms with a laser
Having a transparent ceiling for the box works too.

AN big bud by Saiko420 - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 21:14:17 EST ID:7EXgBgsv No.140960 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK, I already know that lots of people hate advanced nutrients and I dont give a shit... So please restrain yourself of answering if you hate them.

Now that's said, here's my concern. I'm actually growing my first plant all alone (flowerbomb kush) and was wondering when start using my bloom booster (big bud). Should I wait 7 days and start giving it, or should I wait until pistils are out on every heads? (Right they started getting out, like 2 or 3 pistils here and there)
Albert Geddleforth - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 21:25:20 EST ID:J96XZmW+ No.140961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't switch suddenly. Taper up the new stuf. You can stop using the veg nutes suddenly, just don't start the new stuff up all at once. Ease into it.
Saiko420 - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 21:28:20 EST ID:FRagh7FS No.140962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I already switched the base nutes to the blooming ones, should I start at half-dose (that would be 1ml/liter)?
John Blandlewark - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 04:15:41 EST ID:Roj51IH9 No.140965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Advanced Nutrients makes good base nutrients. Just keep giving the plant veg nutrients till they're done stretching. If you switch to bloom nutrients too soon the stretch will increase due to the extra P.

The plants will stay shorter with veg nutrients.

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