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I have 5 seeds by Cornelius Currydore - Mon, 16 May 2016 20:52:43 EST ID:IuOtaNMz No.142495 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really want to grow some plants in my apartment. I really don't have the money to buy lamps and other stuff, but I will probably invest in a few pots and soil to grow somewhere in my apartment near a window.

In order to start the grow... what do I need to do with the seeds? Do I need to put them in paper towels and soak them a bit in plastic baggies for them to start sprouting and then set them in a pot?

Also—is it possible to grow these seeds in an apartment just by letting time take its toll? I really want to smoke the finished product and I don't even know how long it will take for the plants to grow.

I figured I would look on this board, but I didn't find anything about starting a grow. I would love feedback and I will probably start growing as soon as I get enough information.

Thank you!
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Polly Changerlock - Tue, 17 May 2016 08:14:43 EST ID:Po7lCSay No.142496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
damn dude these are the most basic questions you can look up on google asking all this here you are NOT gonna make it.
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Simon Wammerdane - Wed, 18 May 2016 11:42:50 EST ID:iOKDfLFd No.142506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142495

You shouldn't start growing with how little you know. Even more so in an apartment.

>>142496

This statement is also true.
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Nathaniel Crocklehood - Wed, 18 May 2016 19:09:12 EST ID:t0wLUfGa No.142510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142495
You didn't see anything because these are all things you should already know or have googled in order to even dream of growing. It sounds like
you barely put any effort in towards learning a god damn thing
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Edward Crecklemine - Wed, 18 May 2016 20:36:02 EST ID:TlZsEEqx No.142511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sorry about these other meanies OP, I can respect someone new trying to learn a hobby. first of all a window is plenty to grow with as long as it's not facing north, but be warned that you'll need to move the plant away from the window at night because the moon rays can be harmful- just like how the sun hurts us. Before you germinate the seeds (which you're totally right about, they just need paper and water- don't forget to poke holes in the bag though so they get lots of oxygen) you need to decide if this is a really the sort of responsibility you want to take on... the plants can take up to 2 years to reach full potential for harvesting and even then the pros like to leave them a bit longer- but that all depends on the height of your window. their can only be as much leaf on the plant as there is glass in the window, because that's the limit to how many light gets through. sorry if this doesn't make much sense, I'm not an expert by any means, I just like researching stuff around the internet since it's so easy to find accurate information about stuff.
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Cornelius Ningerchuck - Thu, 19 May 2016 15:18:02 EST ID:xniHc/y0 No.142514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142496
Actually, he probably is going to make it because weed is generally very hardy and will grow in almost any conditions. They call it weed for a reason. He could just put a seed in a pot and put in on the windowsill and it would grow. It would be shitty weed, but it would still grow. Not everyone needs to be producing dispensary quality bud.


prop 215 SoCal outdoor grow by Nathaniel Weblingdun - Thu, 19 May 2016 12:58:25 EST ID:1WqCHXGy No.142512 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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growing some feminized dinachem and critical jack. plants are exactly a month old from putting seeds in the soil. transplanted to 2gal pots with FFOF from party cups about 2 weeks ago. thinking i should give them their first feeding in another 2 weeks maybe.

kind of an experiment more than anything. i've been watering with well water that's 8.0 pH and 300ppm (not tested, maybe its mostly calcium and magnesium. i really dont know)

first pic is the critical jack. fairly sativa leaning.
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Nathaniel Weblingdun - Thu, 19 May 2016 13:08:23 EST ID:1WqCHXGy No.142513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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dinachem tracking the morning sun.


vegetable seeds by Hannah Parringmirk - Wed, 18 May 2016 14:56:43 EST ID:7CrWEjSy No.142509 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's a good website to buy organic vegetable seeds for a good price? I want to get into gardening this summer


Chili plant by Clara Fishwedge - Fri, 13 May 2016 09:38:15 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142483 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think this could be ?
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Jack Hobberbanks - Wed, 18 May 2016 14:44:54 EST ID:S7GLWI7D No.142507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think russet mites show on the tops of leaves but those look like russet mites. Burn your house down.
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Jack Hobberbanks - Wed, 18 May 2016 14:44:54 EST ID:S7GLWI7D No.142508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think russet mites show on the tops of leaves but those look like russet mites. Burn your house down.


Stealth grow help by Highguy - Tue, 17 May 2016 09:03:03 EST ID:81Ue9Yh5 No.142497 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i made a single plant stealth grow using the LSD strain from barney farm. I am pretty new to stealth grows and i probably dont eaven know wtf i am doing. All i can tell you is that it is not in the shade, the soil is pretty dank and ph was neoutral the last time i checked.

But the plant seems yelowish (pics dont realy show it).

What can be done? Ill realy apreciate the help btw.
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Highguy - Tue, 17 May 2016 09:06:49 EST ID:81Ue9Yh5 No.142499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Last pic.
I could realy use the help.
I took the LSD strain cuz i live pretty far up north in the baltic states and this strain is sturdy.
AND ovet rhe summer ill have to go work abroad for 2 months till september and i need to make sure thet it stays alive till then.
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Highguy - Tue, 17 May 2016 09:08:41 EST ID:81Ue9Yh5 No.142500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
TLDR: LOOK AT PICS!!!
WHAT CAN I DO BETTER?!?
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Albert Smallshaw - Tue, 17 May 2016 10:08:45 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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fertilize ?
Choose a well balanced fertilizer and follow the dosage.
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Highguy - Tue, 17 May 2016 10:45:57 EST ID:81Ue9Yh5 No.142502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142501
Can i add the granulated fertilizer to the top of the soil and just leave it there?
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Albert Smallshaw - Tue, 17 May 2016 12:29:37 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142502
yes


pc case laying down by Jack Cegglebet - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 07:47:47 EST ID:zIZPe00E No.142408 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could i grow weed like this?
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Graham Soshbotch - Mon, 09 May 2016 02:16:01 EST ID:seBxGZv0 No.142458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142408
Actually, OP, I saw a whole series of photos where a guy did this. He went to the trouble that somehow no light or smell escaped the thing, because he was in a living situation where it wouldn't have been okay. But his wasn't sideways or anything. It was a tower and he just did a lot of special pruning or something to maximize space. He explained his yields and everything, and how by building this undetectable, custom mini grow space in his PC, no one was the wiser. Wish I'd saved the posts and pics.
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Dimblus thundergob - Mon, 09 May 2016 11:41:46 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.142460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142415
I did not know this about auxins

thanks for your amazing biology knowledge.
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Nathaniel Mobberwudging - Tue, 10 May 2016 06:54:11 EST ID:6K0uIvlU No.142464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142458
You can grow weed in just about any size. In Finland we call that iisi piisi lemon squiisi.
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Reuben Sobbersidge - Sun, 15 May 2016 18:23:38 EST ID:xniHc/y0 No.142489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes it would work, especially if you lined the inside with orca film. PC case grows are stupid though. It's a great way to spend a lot of time and effort to produce almost nothing. You should try emptying out a dresser or a filing cabinet or something so you can at least smoke more than a single blunt when you harvest.
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Phoebe Brablingmat - Mon, 16 May 2016 01:53:45 EST ID:wD2a++mr No.142493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142489
You can fit about 50 grams in a PC case. It's a great way to grow your own if you're not going to sell any.


First time planting by Betsy Chillerway - Tue, 10 May 2016 22:48:13 EST ID:I6iiHRVe No.142470 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got this kit with some fluffy stuff and there's basil on the left and cilantro on the right. Chives in the middle haven't come up yet really. I just moved them to a South facing window in my apartment and I water them occasionally with tap water that I've left out. Can I move them outside yet/should i? I just want some tasty herbs ya know. Any other advice is welcome. It has a drainage hole
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Barnaby Woblingtudge - Wed, 11 May 2016 22:54:57 EST ID:Q+uLO53d No.142474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142473
You got it Jarvis. How can I tell if I'm giving them the right amount of water?
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Cedric Pickhood - Thu, 12 May 2016 07:57:03 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142474
Soil should always be moist not wet use a finger to probe

Also these are planted to tight, basil grows to a big plant and need some space
You can move them further apart using a teaspoon, they are very fragile so you must be careful
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Hedda Godgebanks - Thu, 12 May 2016 11:14:37 EST ID:WPHmmdtZ No.142478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142477
Okay I will check it with my finger. I just dumped the seeds in and they kinda went in as a pile, then I stirred them around a bit. do you think this will seriously affect them later, I'm kinda reluctant to start moving them around but if it's necessary I'll try. this soil stuff is really fiberous so I don't know if I can do it.
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Cedric Pickhood - Thu, 12 May 2016 14:38:08 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142478
You can use a teaspoon and carefully dig them out then move to a new hole
Pretty sure they just got a tap root and have not branched out yet
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John Hackledot - Fri, 13 May 2016 20:04:20 EST ID:YmE/T+SH No.142485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142481
Cool, thanks man


Soil advise by Soil - Thu, 12 May 2016 13:28:22 EST ID:7hM/JtU/ No.142479 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello all!
So I have an option of getting some different soil to start my autoflower. I have a question about what type of soil is best to use.

pic related - soil that is sold for Bansai trees:
pH - 5.8
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Soil - Thu, 12 May 2016 13:33:12 EST ID:7hM/JtU/ No.142480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here are some other options that to choose from.

Then I have soil for growing strawberries with
pH - 6.4 +/- 0.3

Soil for tomatoes and paprika
pH 6.3 +/- 0.3

Soil on the basis of Biohumus (universal)
pH 6.0 +/- 0.3

Or some Organic oneforall with
pH 6.5 +-/ 0.3


Plant Identification by Caroline Punnernitch - Wed, 11 May 2016 03:13:55 EST ID:2x3a8dPt No.142471 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/, This random plant started growing randomly in my chilli pepper pot on the balcony. I live in a Mediterranean location.
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Jarvis Smallway - Wed, 11 May 2016 10:13:57 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe if you can get the plant in focus
It should be easy with the flowers
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Barnaby Fanderdock - Thu, 12 May 2016 05:46:21 EST ID:7lkeaV3U No.142475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142471
if it has milky sap it is some kind of wild lettuce... ITS A SEDATIVE BRO
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Barnaby Fanderdock - Thu, 12 May 2016 05:46:42 EST ID:7lkeaV3U No.142476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142475
it is probably*


Veggie garden by William Brublingdene - Tue, 10 May 2016 13:54:38 EST ID:J2D7xNLP No.142469 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I didn't see any threads about having your own garden. I just got into having my own this year. I've little idea as to what I'm doing. I have peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackberries going. It's small right now but I plan on making it bigger and using raised beds soon. I wanna get a feel for it before I do though. So far I've been mixing in bagged compost with the dirt and relying on the constant rains to water.


halp by Nigel Dorringbanks - Wed, 04 May 2016 23:31:06 EST ID:U0tY7OSd No.142435 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what is wrong?
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Hedda Bogglefirk - Wed, 04 May 2016 23:33:02 EST ID:FvOG93A8 No.142437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
your camera flash fucked it up
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Nigel Dorringbanks - Wed, 04 May 2016 23:33:55 EST ID:U0tY7OSd No.142438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142437
sigh yeah i got a shitty phone. no flash tho
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Nigel Dorringbanks - Wed, 04 May 2016 23:38:51 EST ID:U0tY7OSd No.142439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I do not want it to die T.T
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Dimblus thundergob - Mon, 09 May 2016 11:54:10 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.142461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
did you rinse the balls well? looks like too much iron is throwing off the plant.
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Hamilton Nimblestone - Tue, 10 May 2016 10:17:21 EST ID:AVUME3Tl No.142468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hard to tell with these kinds of pictures.

Looks like a Potassium deficiency to me though, leach it with clean water. (e.g aerate the water in an open container over night) Look for sources of potassium like liquid kelp or potash. Leaving it as it just makes it weaker and less likely to be able to fight off real diseases, it'll also retard it's flowering.

I can't tell 100% because it's hard to see the color of the leaves but if I had to guess it would be a potassium deficiency (it's the most common problem in indoor gardens).


I'm what to grow-england by Shitting Banderville - Tue, 10 May 2016 05:41:09 EST ID:dCAKFmJ5 No.142462 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm doing my small yard up and I'm lookin for some psychedelic plants to grow as well as some worthwhile (meaning big yield)fruit or veg wise..

I already have a cherry and peach tree,I haven't looked after then over the last couple of years though so don't get anything of them..and with the cherry tree I only get like a bowl of cherries from it any way.

Any way I was thinking of starting with these
Salvia
Hbwr
Strawberries
A few herbs like basil,chillies,garlic
Tomatoes

How do I grow them organically ?does each plant need a different type of food?can any soil be used for all plants ?i know there is a huge selection but It's not like I have a 100 acre garden I only have a small yard,growing a few things in a few pots.
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Alice Wiblingfoot - Tue, 10 May 2016 06:42:11 EST ID:seBxGZv0 No.142463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142462
Unless you're planning on using chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, if you're growing them in your yard, you're growing them organically. That's what regular garden growing is.


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