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hermes by Esther Pupperson - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 17:25:14 EST ID:4o8HeEov No.140396 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have a shit ton if bag seed. Nearly 50.

I nver really understood the hermaphrodite weed thing (arent all plants herm?) but I wanna know your guys actual experience with growing bagseed.
Angus Suttinghurk - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 19:24:27 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you do it right, bagseed can turn out really good.

Hermaphrodite is when the plant has girl parts (flowers) and boy parts (ballsacks). Normal plants only have one or the other. If the girl parts get pollinated by the boy parts, it can ruin your crop, so that's why people usually kill all males and herms. If your bagseed came from a hermaphrodite, you can try and grow it but there's a higher chance it'll go herm itself.
Isabella Blythedale - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 21:00:25 EST ID:DHrlKA3i No.140400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thats kinda what I thought. Im basically trying to grow my mates weed better than he did hahah.

While Im here, instead of starting a new thread, I can use a hydro resevoir as a planter right? just put some ballast in the bottom and I wont have to drill holes in the bitch?
>inb4 just go full hydro
I'm using what I HAVE not what I NEED
Hugh Pickdale - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 23:12:44 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, the water will just collect there and stagnate and any roots that grow into it will rot. You need to drain it out.
Isabella Blythedale - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 23:32:18 EST ID:DHrlKA3i No.140402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Guess Im making more work for myself but I could pump it out?
although, if Im not over zealous with watering, there shouldn't be much water to stagnate.

for what its worth Ive grown weed twice, fairly un succesfully. First time I just didnt have a clue (16) 2nd time my light was too much and I didnt vent enough. Weed was shit but smokeable

Inoculation by Hedda Sinkinfut - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 22:58:27 EST ID:+99SAvLV No.140381 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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When inoculating jars, how much substance should be injected? My friend got 10ml syringes and used a whole syringe across 4 jars. Is that correct?
Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 20:28:17 EST ID:Pa6mebNQ No.140399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, that's fine. As long as you get some spores in, it'll help. Remember with spore (exponential growth), the more, the quicker.
So with shroom jars, 10ml will cut the growth time down 2 weeks if you compare it to 2.5 ml

Light cycle by Jarvis Brarringfock - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 23:08:01 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140382 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys I'm really worried if I am compromising my plants by messing up their light cycle. My plants Are in a room with just a thin blanket over the door and the hall light is on pretty late and gets turned off. The light from the hallway makes the room bright enough to see stuff just barely though its mostly the outlines or stuff, but I'm worried.
Samuel Dartville - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 03:33:46 EST ID:NrEHIzaJ No.140390 Ignore Report Quick Reply

get a black garbage bag and cardboard boxes and duct tape make a superficial wall, presto blacked out room. - this is serious advice. if you grow better do a good job then a shitty one.

Indoor grow lights by Jarvis Brarringfock - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 01:02:02 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are cfls really cheaper than other light sources? All together for about 309 watts of c it's around $70 after shipping and everything. Most the cost comes from the lights and the sockets, wires, and extenders are about $30. I found an HID 400w light for $110 and the light bulbs cost about $20 each and the cfls cost about $50 just for one spectrum and another $50 for another spectrum of lights. That means the hid would be cheaper after and more cost effective after the 3rd grow or so.
Samuel Dartville - Tue, 21 Jul 2015 03:31:49 EST ID:NrEHIzaJ No.140389 Ignore Report Quick Reply

CFL's main benefit is lack of heat generation, when using a HID light / ballast setup ventilation becomes more important (not that ventilation with CFLs are not important)

use also need a hood with a glass protector because these lights can and will explode.

also+ 1000 watt light ballast setups are really the most efficient way to grow cost effectively.

but 400 watt is alright. you still gonna want 4 inch ducting and inline fan.

Growing in plastic bin. by Nigger Wallyforth - Tue, 14 Jul 2015 22:16:25 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would something like pic related work for growing cannabis? How would it compare to smart pots? The only reason I'm looking into them I I carry my plants every day and I can't really do it without handles.
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Phineas Niggerham - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 14:54:48 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah but the 2-3 gallons don't, only the 7 gallon
Cyril Crorringdale - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 20:35:12 EST ID:6ldyGPbR No.140379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a 3 gallon pot in the picture and I own a 5 gallon one with handles, and they're both available on their website
Angus Suttinghurk - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 21:01:56 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>responding to a picture of a 3 gallon smart pot with handles

Anyway, I've got a bunch of no-name 3 gallon fabric pots with handles on them and they cost less than normal pots. There are lots of companies out there that make them. I don't even use the handles though, it's easy enough just to pick it up by the edges.
Jarvis Brarringfock - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 23:24:17 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yup just found a 2 gallon fabric bag just laying around my house. Any tips for sterilizing? I just kinda fill pots with dish soap and steaming water
Angus Suttinghurk - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 23:53:46 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I rinse them out with hot water to get rid of the salt that cakes up around the outside, and that's about it. I use coco, so there's not much else to worry about. You could always run it through the washing machine with a little bleach. I've read not to put them in the dryer, though.

Bottom leaves going to shit by Graham Crocklenug - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 15:32:40 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140369 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The leaves on my plant are wilting up and turning a more pale green.. It's only one the bottom nodes but I'm scared of it moving. Should I give it nutrients or what
Shit Sarringville - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 16:19:15 EST ID:pTxzv7nw No.140370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah bro thats probably nitrogen deficiency. feed it.
Graham Crocklenug - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 16:33:57 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hmm that's odd I used a nitrogen based soil with those awful time release nutrients. I've also watered on and off with miracle gro with nitrogen and I added 10-10-10 nutes to the soil. I guess the time release nutrients aren't as much as I thought
Cedric Sindlemone - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 21:44:32 EST ID:ij4CT93B No.140374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh good lord pleas don't use miracle grow bro. Nb
Cyril Billershit - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 14:47:52 EST ID:wAQ8JXvF No.140376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you want time release nutes just grow organic, you're making this harder than necessary.
Phineas Niggerham - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 14:52:45 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like compost tea?

When does the plant produce thc? by Dinglewrap Cunnilingus - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 17:59:43 EST ID:+bKyJEcB No.140347 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Quick question, im away from home and ill be staying for about a mont and a half from now, my plant/s are about 2 weeks old, i let them feed on the sunlight because i got lucky when my 400watt lamp blew up 15cm from my face and somehow i didnt get blind, anyways
>When can i start smoking some?
Because im not going to stay here for long enough to see them enter flowering state

I dont care what part i can smoke, pr is there a way to force up some tiny buds?
Also not sure if male or female
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Doris Bonderbid - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 00:01:15 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Trichomes ARE the resin glands that produce cannabinoids. The precursors to cannabinoids are secreted into a cavity in the head of the trichome, where they combine. The reaction is catalysed by light, resulting in a complete cannabinoid molecule. For that reason, cannabinoids can only be found in the head of the trichome, where they're produced. It's also the reason why UV bulbs are very popular with growers. It's impossible for the complete cannabinoid molecules to make their way back through the trichome and into the plant, and there's no evolutionary reason for that to happen anyway. They can only be found on the surface

There are different types of trichomes. Capacitate-stalk trichomes are the most prominent and visible to the naked eye. From an evolutionary standpoint, these offer the most protection to the plant, so they grow on and around the flowers where protection is needed most. Being the largest resin gland, this is where most of the cannabinoids are produced. Other gland types are capacitate-sessile and bulbous trichomes, which are both microscopic in size and can be found on other above ground parts besides the flower. Capacitate-sessile trichomes also produce cannabinoids. So yes, it's true that you can find minuscule amounts of THC on other other surface areas of the plant, but not in any appreciable amount, and only when the plant is mature enough to grow resin-producing trichomes there.

Here's a fun read for you:

Fucking Surrydet - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 03:42:17 EST ID:pmHYrVxe No.140366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Then why does bud still work after I take out all the trichomes with a sieve? And why is a full bud stronger than the kief you can extract from it? Because trichomes aren't the only part of the plant that get you high. Also, the amount of trichomes says nothing about potency.
Doris Bonderbid - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 09:46:19 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well you might think you got all the trichomes "with a sieve", but you didn't. The sieve only knocks off some of the larger trichomes, but it doesn't get everything.

>Also, the amount of trichomes says nothing about potency.

Nobody said it did. The article even states that the amount of trichomes alone doesn't determine potency, and that even on the same plant, trichomes will contain different amounts of cannabinoids depending where they're growing.
Graham Crocklenug - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 16:42:27 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.140372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just leave those slow release watering things in it and smoke it and you come back. It might have thc content in it I'm not sure. If you want out the whole plant in alcohol and it will dissolve everything but the thc. I've done it before to get high off stems
Jarvis Pockville - Mon, 20 Jul 2015 01:26:12 EST ID:icobKYl7 No.140375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey faggot, that's right, I called you a faggot, a little insignificant faggot. Meet me after school bitch, if you even have any balls.

Wat do by Graham Dartfoot - Sat, 27 Jun 2015 00:13:04 EST ID:adaFBzzr No.140130 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Day 3 since my girl sprouted and was put in DWC.
400W HPS
Royal Caramel from Royal Queen seeds (I bought the seed 6 months ago)

wat do
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Hedda Tootshit - Thu, 09 Jul 2015 13:39:26 EST ID:1YpftTB4 No.140285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just checked the roots and they are great and completely white.
Could it be that I'm not using enough nutrients? I've read that you should be careful and "less is more" and all that shit, so I've been giving her the bare minimum of this pic related.
Although I bet it's the temperature. I'm putting 2 mini fans today to try and cool it up even though every day I put frozen plastic bottles to keep the water cool.
Jenny Pezzlefuck - Thu, 09 Jul 2015 19:52:33 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.140291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You might already know this, but always check the pH and salt content. You may notice that the pH slowly drifts up over time, so start with a low pH of 5.5 when you replace the water and let it slowly rise on it's own through the range that the plant likes. There should be no need to readjust the pH until next time you replace the water.

Check the salt content with an EC meter after you add the nutes. Make sure it stays below 600-800 ppm for now. Check it throughout the week. If the salt levels rise on their own, that means you added too much and the roots aren't taking it up fast enough. High salt levels cause nute burn (crispy, curling, splotchy leaves). Back off the nutes until the problem goes away. Try to err on the safe side. Pay attention to new growth. You'll know when you aren't adding enough nutes because new leaves that are just big enough to start producing chlorophyll will stay yellowish instead of quickly turning deep green.

You should always have a fan on the plant anyway to give it fresh air, but make sure it isn't blowing on the water. The less the water evaporates, the better, that way you don't have to worry about topping it off midweek and screwing up your careful pH/nute planning. Might even want to try covering up the top of the reservoir. I'm familiar with the frozen plastic bottles. Keeping the reservoir cool is a bitch in a hot climate. In my case the ice melted in a matter of an hour or two. I didn't have time for babysitting that shit, and didn't want to spend hundreds on some convoluted chiller setup, so that was about the point where I gave up on DWC. I'm no expert though, and maybe you'll have better luck.
Hedda Dusslecocke - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 00:56:24 EST ID:x9T2BWQu No.140342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if the leaves are curling upwards and in on themselves its heat stroke.
As to the yellow coloration it could be any number of a dozen or so things
Frederick Derrywell - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 03:20:58 EST ID:0ZBfCPpt No.140365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was absent for a week. I had a friend looking up but the fucker never changed water and she almost dried up!
It hasn't ceased to amaze me how fast she's growing though.
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Who are you and what have you done? by DrHouse !DOGLetgMcA - Sat, 18 Jul 2015 20:59:10 EST ID:hc1N5LcY No.140362 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. I'm growing some sun flowers but it seems something has taken over one of them. Does anyone recognize what the hell this is?

Auto-flowering plants by Shit Ciblinglock - Tue, 07 Jul 2015 00:56:43 EST ID:p2+VeQ5/ No.140239 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can ruderalis auto-flowering strains, coupled with a good trimming and indoor care become perennial plants you can harvest theoretically forever?
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Hamilton Songerlun - Wed, 08 Jul 2015 10:42:23 EST ID:p2+VeQ5/ No.140268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Well there are some good strains out there like "syrup" which are autoflowering, I am wondering if it isn't a better way to have an uninterrupted crop. Whether by cloning or by regenerating the plant after harvest.
I get how beneficial doing it "the right way" maybe, but guys aren't you curious?
Graham Tootson - Wed, 08 Jul 2015 10:49:46 EST ID:xuZtAgnn No.140271 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Curious about what? Autoflowers sprout, flower, then die. You can't keep them alive. Mystery solved.

Re-vegging non autoflowers is possible, but the results are far from spectacular.

Having a perpetual harvest requires multiple plants at multiple stages of maturity. There is no way around this.
Sidney Blytheshit - Tue, 14 Jul 2015 11:00:55 EST ID:4pIJ5FkW No.140320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im gonna say this was written with kindness rather than the bang of arrogance that floods from this post.
Phyllis Weffingchetch - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 00:26:03 EST ID:FNl+CZKt No.140341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
he is right though, auto flowers will switch to flower on their own and then die period.
Simon Pettingway - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 18:47:29 EST ID:LkvKPsZP No.140354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I get how beneficial doing it "the right way" maybe, but guys aren't you curious?
And it's good to ask questions. When the answers don't match what you're looking for, you don't get to change what answers you get.

  1. Autos don't work that way, they flower and they die. There's no way around this.
  2. Photoperiod plants are, in every regard, better suited to serious cultivation.
  3. It's quite simple to harvest every 2-3 weeks in a tent.

You need a small veg to get your plants to teen size and reproduce clones. Take new cuttings right before you take teens out of veg, then run 3 sets of flowering plants. As soon as a set has been in flower full term, cut that set down and move in the next. You'll end up in a 2-3 week rotation with 8-9 week strains, obviously 11 weekers will slow the rotation but are still workable.

This is also the most labor-intensive way to grow as you're constantly doing everything, so I don't support.

PEYOTE TIPS? by Sidney Harrydadge - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 23:09:57 EST ID:tJnrXJ0u No.140074 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I live in Miami. I just ordered some peyote seeds. I need tips on how to grow these little dudes in wack South Florida weather.

Anyways, Peyote general.
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George Woblingput - Wed, 15 Jul 2015 20:14:19 EST ID:tJnrXJ0u No.140337 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yeah, this was a long-term investment. I'm prepared to wait a few years, I've got plenty of time.

So does anyone have any advice regardless?
Fucking Burrysin - Wed, 15 Jul 2015 21:21:00 EST ID:5xY0SiEc No.140338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Grow san pedro instead you bored fucking teenager
Walter Dunderlud - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 04:58:25 EST ID:E2fbeddS No.140343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If by san pedro you mean my penis we're already halfway there
Rebecca Braffingstock - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 16:37:11 EST ID:Ny6o/XdI No.140346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Seconding >>140338
I have San Pedro growing in southeast FL. The weather is incredibly good for them and they take off like motherfuckers. Talking 1-1.5 ft a year and on top of that you may propagate from cuttings (which is happening for me now that my main piece broke). They like our well-draining soil, just try to make sure its nutritional. nb because peyote thread
Neme Name - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 18:33:09 EST ID:+bKyJEcB No.140351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just plant them somewehere, check on them and water and shit like sometimes per month, or just forget them and let nature take its course and return in like a few years and pop thos little munks

Mail Order & Growing by David Fanningman - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 08:25:35 EST ID:0mJelAXl No.140344 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you send and receive your growstuffs without getting v&?
Does it have to be via a land route, or within the same country?
Can any EU anons weigh in on the customs strictness between member nations?
Nigger Chommlenuck - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 14:48:33 EST ID:KgYdGZrb No.140345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not illegal to grow tomatoes and chillies in a tent under lights.
In other words, nike.
Banerino Faggatron - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 18:07:43 EST ID:+bKyJEcB No.140348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Where are you from?
If you live in a country where its strictly forbidden then "officials" can see what you buy online, and if your shopping list looks like
>Seeds, nutrients, growth lamp etc...
They will have a reason to raise question on you and mark you as a possible grower

Buy a lamp in a store or some shit with cash

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