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Succulents by Ebenezer Claycocke - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 07:12:49 EST ID:buoqzC9R No.135219 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone here grow succulents? I have a few questions, I want to plant some pups, I have one aloe and one agave, they have very little roots but a very thick section that would have cone from the mother plant, I've read that when taking cuttings from leaves you should let the cut dry out before trying to plant it but I want to know if this is necessary if there are some little roots or if this drying process is done to reduce the chance of rot, any input is much appreciated!
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The_I - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 00:18:40 EST ID:opNutnZg No.135572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Shitting Dudgeson - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 20:09:23 EST ID:FGnq8UCr No.135655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135572
Thank you! I love your garden! It looks amazing, I have a new addition to my bedroom garden! Two dragon palms, the pups I was concerned about are looking ok but are still quite a pale green, I've given them a tiny bit of water, maybe a double shot, they look far better than an aloe I'm trying to rescue, it had been over watered and was in clagggy soil with some clay... Poor thing lol was very rotten, it looked good but it couldn't stand up so I took it out of the pot to have a proper look, it had very little root after I removed the rot.. I left it to dry for a few days then potted it in cactus mix, now it's brown and the leaves are soft, I think it will probably die, I'll post the plant tomorrow but this is what I was working with
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Edwin Waffingman - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:17:59 EST ID:eke8Mfjz No.135669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135655
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Caroline Gellerledging - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 17:00:36 EST ID:Vjw3wPj8 No.135671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135669
looks dead and rotten
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Doris Grandford - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 06:11:55 EST ID:KrTKscjj No.135724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Poor aloe :(


Waiting for harvest day by Hedda Fuckingman - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 17:14:55 EST ID:eewJUcKa No.135225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi just wondering what you guys do to pass time while waiting for your little ones to grow up big and dank?
I have a terrible habit of going to check on my ice every 3-4 hours to see if the plant is doing okay and spray water on it, any tips on how to beat the habit and let my babies grow without being a hazzling papa?
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Hannah Dremmercocke - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 19:06:16 EST ID:xOXkPKuV No.135457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135449
Never said late flower specifically. So many upset people here..
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Jarvis Fovingridge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 19:47:48 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135449
Misinformation. Molasses at any point is good for an organic system. It makes the microbes multiply like crazy, and thus they are able to break down organic fertilizers at a faster rate. I mix it at 2 tbsp per gallon for any liquid organic fertilizer.
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Nigger Honeyworth - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 18:14:50 EST ID:mDr+d5YZ No.135595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135459
Used this every other watering and it's worked pretty great so far, thanks
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Alex - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 20:40:16 EST ID:mxmA0Gbv No.135613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135248 Perhaps spraying the plant in it's infancy and childhood and discontinuing sprays once it flowers? I think that would be dank.
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Neem Guy - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 04:38:31 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135613
Yes, this is the general rule of thumb. Most growers don't like to spray (foliar) their plants after they start flowering. Impact from the liquid molecules can knock away trichs. This is the least concern, the bigger potential problem is getting bud rot because of the excess moisture that has infiltrated the pistils and calyxes.


A few questions about a DIY grow tent? by James Conkinham - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:08:33 EST ID:71PQFob0 No.135722 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there, I plan to grow some hydro with a 200 watt CFL/LED set up in a PVC - Mylar/Panda Film tent.

My reasons for this is because of the cost effectiveness & I feel that a small tent will be easy to dispose of if need be. However I am concerned about ventilation, how do you suppose I would set up a carbon scrub like some boxed up, micro grows out there?


I'm going to be designing a room by Fuck Sondledone - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 23:21:33 EST ID:jP/LJW9E No.135721 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I will have 4 Gativa 1000 DE Pros, 2 VHO T5 8 bulb fixtures, 2x 26 foot ducting 6inch wide, 2 huge ducting fans, a carbon filter and a screened intake vent for underhouse/attic air. I also have 3 pumps for watering and one of the T5's ill use for vegging and cuttings. I'll get measurements asap but entire room can be invested into the grow but am thinking about making some kind of panda-film tent inside of the room to utilize light and CO2 when I introduce it in the future. Should I tent a vented space or use the entire room space? I'll get more pics/info when need be.


Mimosa Hostilis and Calea Z. question by TEBG - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 20:02:59 EST ID:lMKXnXXJ No.135691 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup, /crops/

I had a few questions regarding some plants I'm growing. First I'll start off with the question about my Calea Z. (Dream Herb) plant. It's quite simple, is it ready to have a cutting taken? At the base, more or less, there are 3 shoots that are somewhat new that look like they could be used for cuttings. My second question is about my Mimosa Hostilis tree, which I will post a picture of in the next post. It's about a year old or so, but the bark never seems to move up the tree, it stays green and it also never thickens. Is this normal? Are there any supplements it needs? Thanks again guys. Will post mimosa pic in a bit.
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TEBG - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 16:01:39 EST ID:lMKXnXXJ No.135709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bumping cause I need help with this shit.
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Nathaniel Dibbleshaw - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 16:56:36 EST ID:+9q8Kd0b No.135712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135709
Have you tried giving it some SUN ?
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Thomas Pankindale - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 19:45:34 EST ID:lMKXnXXJ No.135715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135712
I leave them outside every day for about 4 hours, in full sun. They're outside right now as a matter of fact. they get plenty of sun.
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Whitey Fobblespear - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 20:35:06 EST ID:55TpRxBe No.135716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135715
lol, they look right as rain OP, plenty of sun
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TEBG - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 22:24:52 EST ID:lMKXnXXJ No.135720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135716
Nigga, I'm tryin'. I don't have control over the sun. Neither do I have space or money to get grow lights. I had a Mimosa die from being outside in the sun for a long ass time, that's why I moved them indoors.


Best Time to Transplant Cacti by Whitey Fobblespear - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 21:08:52 EST ID:55TpRxBe No.135717 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Regarding bridgesii, s. pedro, p. torch, etc.
When is the best time to transplant them to a bigger pot? Would it be during the growing season or right after? Or what?
Also, if they were previously root bound would it be a good idea to break up the square root "ball" to loosen it up? The only reason I didn't is because of the damage to the roots which can lead to rot.

Also, would you water right after?


why is everyone on this board a "neanderthal"??? by Albert Turveyfoot - Sun, 17 Aug 2014 01:50:45 EST ID:vJSQRci9 No.135537 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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just sayin all the other boards be talkin shit bout you
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Hannah Pittspear - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 17:24:09 EST ID:VuDOaVWu No.135622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
umm, why dont you just make your own sticky?

just post an informative thread for newbies and keep it bumped to the first post on page 1.

if it dies just remake the thread.

simples
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Hamilton Gunderhack - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 09:33:05 EST ID:x+Xc3Jtk No.135650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135537
OP how hard is it to google "why is everyone on this board a neanderthal?" ?
I just did it and got over a 5 millions results. Im sick of you noobs coming here and asking questions which take 5 seconds to search for the answer to.
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David Pickbanks - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 17:07:14 EST ID:jxbG4XIX No.135654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135650
this is a good post and you should feel good
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Lydia Coffingtut - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 01:58:42 EST ID:vJSQRci9 No.135662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135650
I agree with OP
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Molly Diffingwed - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 18:43:24 EST ID:o1PF4Ny+ No.135714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135650
wait wut???


homeless plant by Hannah Pittridge - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 02:51:43 EST ID:64h1b2w2 No.134915 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I found this marijuana plant on my rooftop (probably planted by my dad) and nobody in my house gives a fuck about the plants so I decided to adopt it

As you can see, its too close to another plant. should I remove it? should I change it to a bigger pot?
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Barnaby Lightman - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 01:46:09 EST ID:4eaQ8WEC No.135591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135558
Why the fuck do so many people give a thumbs up with weed plants, like tf
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Fuck Gassledale - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 15:04:07 EST ID:G+YDcx05 No.135609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135558 google an image for male and female genitalia for reference to thoroughly identify. looks like a girl to mee. and some indica? but i also notice on the left hand side you have some apparent insect damage. id keep an eye on that, and look into lady bugs
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Rebecca Fuckingbanks - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 14:21:55 EST ID:/td8v010 No.135682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Halp guys

The plant started getting this weird look after I transplanted it to a bigger pot (we had a big storm too).

What should I do?
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Hannah Pebblestone - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 14:27:45 EST ID:+kFehYwV No.135683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135682
use better soil next time?
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Wesley Ducklewill - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 16:49:28 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135682
Your soil looks like its really dense and lacks aeration, can't really see it that well. Dense aeration lacking soil + rainstorm = your plant got one hell of an overwatering.

The drooping and leaf browning/crisping are pretty clear signs of overwatering/lack of oxygen to roots.


Miracle Grow All Purpose Plant Food? by Shitting Binkinville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 22:34:36 EST ID:JITycNsu No.135657 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much of this should be used in my water? for seedling and into veg for best results for cannabis? Miracle Gro Water Soluble All Purpose Plant Food 24-8-16
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Ernest Memmerput - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 16:19:35 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.135688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135679
>IMO there's no such thing as "veg" and "bloom" nutrients, the plant uses everything in all stages.

I tend to agree, especially if you run drain-to-waste in coco. The coco buffers the nutrients very well so the roots get what they need at all times. Salt buildup might be a concern in other systems, but because it's drain to waste you flush out excess salts with every feeding. You can safely run a general purpose 10-10-10 mix or similar for the entire life of the plant, so there's no need to spend $$ on 20 different bottles of nutrients.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 19:32:56 EST ID:lNUnYieF No.135690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135688
I tend to disagree about coco being more stable or whatever. Coco is grown near the salty ocean, most coco needs to be flushed out the bag or you will burn your plants. IMO coco binds to salts more readily than say rockwool, but you can't beat the ease of use and yields.
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Charlotte Fuckingdock - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 03:46:36 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.135695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135688
I use 1.4 - 1.6ml of FloraMicro and 2.3 - 2.4ml of FloraBloom per liter, every watering. From start to finish, so no separate veg and bloom nutrients for me.

Growing in coco.
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Whitey Mabberdock - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 08:16:21 EST ID:fO+MUGLE No.135698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you use to much N it can result in a overgrown plant with little flowers/buds/ fruit.
Thats why many switch nutrients in the flower stage to make sure this is avoided.

Pic related
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Hedda Nicklewater - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 16:07:40 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.135710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135690
Yeah, you definitely have to keep it regulated, especially if it's been sitting in a pool of salt water for months (lol). Even when you're feeding it diluted portions of normal nutrients you have to prevent salt build up, but it's a simple matter of giving it water until it runs out of the bottom of the pot. That's the whole reason behind the drain to waste method.


No luck :/ by Jenny Clacklehire - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 10:36:52 EST ID:4njJSnJf No.135700 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've exhausted all my resource to find at all a supplier of euphorbia resinifera, and obviously - no luck. :/

I've only seen live plants and seeds. I'm looking for dead and in bulk, preferably shredded or powdered.

Has anyone else been in a similar 'just cannot find' situation or may know of a source?

You're all my last hope, for now at least! Thank you.


growing indoors by Rebecca Dipperwut - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 04:10:03 EST ID:gtBRabG4 No.135696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ok so ive never grown plants in my entire life. at the moment im trying to grow beans indoors, if im successful at this i may start growing other types of plants.
For lighting for plants im unsure what is suitable.

i have 5 plants sharing 3 light sources which are:

CLF: 1550 lumens, 2700K range
LE 1085 lumens, 6500K
CLF: 1000-1500lumens, 5000K.

im unsure if the light is intense enough for the plants
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Rebecca Dipperwut - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 04:13:07 EST ID:gtBRabG4 No.135697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oops i meant cfl, Compact fluorescent lamp


Noob grow basics by Archie Pogglestone - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:36:44 EST ID:HrlnmY6v No.135052 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could somebody give me the basic lowdown on guerilla growing. Ive looked online and every page I visit im assaulted by tons of terms i dont know, lol. If somebody could just explain the very basics, and the vocabulary that would be great. Thanks all
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Charles Febberston - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 17:40:31 EST ID:iU7qEggq No.135058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135052
> Step 1) Plant weed in a state park.
> Step 2) Wait several months, watering and feeding nutrients.
> Step 3) ???
> Step 4) Enjoy.

If you happen to be hispanic, don't get caught or else they'll think you are one of those cartel fucks and give you life.
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Nigger Pidgehut - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 16:39:40 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.135096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135052
Find a public thicket or secluded spot. If nettles grow there, you're good.
Plant an outdoor strain and lay down some pest repellent in the vicinity.
Come back in 2+ months for harvest.
Don't get caught.
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Cyril Subberbid - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:14:06 EST ID:G/PekfT2 No.135667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135052

Bumping this, but what about sunlight? Forested areas are less likely to be found, but might not provides much sunlight...is that a problem?
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Ernest Fommerford - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:31:58 EST ID:x+Xc3Jtk No.135668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135667
you need to find a clearing in the forest area. make sure it gets plenty of mid-day sun (which will be coming from the south). I've heard some people make their own clearing, it sounds pretty harsh though


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