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First grow, am I fucking up everything yet? by Lydia Garringstitch - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 03:46:41 EST ID:+QxGAy8u No.134566 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Germed in cups of distilled water, I planted these June 3rd. First time growing. Used a mix of pearlite and starter soil from Lowes, and I'm growing outside with the planter on the roof of my patio (not visible from the ground.)

I give them a drink of distilled water every other day. I've never given them additional nutrients. I don't give them any water on rainy days (like yesterday.) I live in Georgia and they gotten lots of sunlight.
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Priscilla Bramblelod - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 18:06:41 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.135506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134566
I'm groaning over here...ughhhhhh.....such a waste of good genetics.
Get real lights OP. You'll be lucky if you get a whole gram off of those.
Also, switch to hydroponics.
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Frederick Mandleworth - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 19:30:29 EST ID:9/P75KIC No.135508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135506
It's a learning experience holmes. Hydro will be a goal someday, I'd love to try out a DWC setup.
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Nell Murdshit - Fri, 15 Aug 2014 03:08:25 EST ID:M0mEoq7q No.135512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135506
op don't listen to elitist fuckheads. just grow the way you can/want.
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Neem Guy - Fri, 15 Aug 2014 08:06:54 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135508
Eh, don't listen to the guy. There are plenty of growers across who get just as big yields in as little time with an organic soil setup as they do Hydro. Its also a lot cheaper and you don't have to constantly monitor pH and ppm. Grow hydro if you want, grow organic if you want. The best thing I can recommend is grow in the style that you are most comfortable with.

For me that means in large sized smartpots in a no-till system, complete with a clover living mulch. For some people that may mean growing in a sterile hydroponic fashion.

I do agree with the light thing though, you need way more.
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Neem Guy - Fri, 15 Aug 2014 08:07:56 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135516 plenty of growers across multiple forums and communties*
NB


Secrecy concerns by The_I - Thu, 07 Aug 2014 19:06:24 EST ID:dwbxmjG9 No.135356 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, first-timer here. I rent the back section of a small house and would like to keep a grow tent in one of my rooms. This is in CA, so growing medical will be legal for me, but the owners of the house are an old Chinese couple and would definitely kick me out if they discovered my plants.

I smoke in there pretty regularly and they don't seem to notice/recognize the scent, but it really is a small house, and they walk through my half to get into the backyard pretty frequently.

So I have two questions:
>If I use a grow tent like pic related, with a carbon filter and a closed air flow system, how much odor are we talking for six plants? How about just one?
>With one plant (a 400 watt grow) or six plants (a 900 watt grow), will my electricity usage be absurd compared to that of a normal tenant? Keep in mind that I don't actually spend much time in the house as is and my electricity usage is marginal at the moment. I plan to just tell them I'm spending more time in the house than before if they ask. How about water? Again, please answer in terms of a one-plant grow as well as a six-plant grow.

Thanks!
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Nathaniel Honeyville - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 15:21:12 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135396
To each his own. For my purposes, I veg clones to a foot, top them, and put them in the flower room under scrog, every 2 weeks.

>and I find quality is kicked up a notch with larger bushes
I doubt this personally, I've always heard and read that strain, light, soil and feeding are the only variables in a plant's potential quality
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Mon, 11 Aug 2014 23:53:23 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.135442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135426
It's personal preference, I prefer larger nugs. Certain strains can respond well to lower veg times I really prefer well trained larger plants.
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Jarvis Fovingridge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 01:38:37 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135442
I meant the potency of the bud, I assumed that's what you were referring to when you said "quality".
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 13:41:36 EST ID:aF0K1wv5 No.135483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135444
I think the stuff closest to the light has the most kick usually, but it will all buzz me. When I say quality I mean everything, flavor, looks/bag appeal, potency, yield, everything. In general I think a big healthy plant is better than a small healthy plant, but people grow for different reasons. I know customers in CA and they def prefer large nugs, medium nugs mixed up.. No larf. I feel like with a short veg more larf is inevitable, but you could also say the opposite, I guess it boils down to more factors than veg time but I feel that a longer veg and methodical pruning are more likely to produce fleshed out meaty ass nugs.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 12:40:53 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135483
>>135483
Well I do agree with the pruning aspect, more energy is put into bud production than maintaining useless fan leaves under the canopy. As for size effecting quality, the jury is out for me. I just prefer a perpetual grow, so I'm constantly able to pay my bills.


Genetic Engineering by Lillian Clingerham - Mon, 04 Aug 2014 21:58:50 EST ID:gdV0JVBj No.135303 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.newsweek.com/2014/07/04/biohacking-puts-next-scientific-breakthroughs-consumers-hands-261578.html

So, it's 2014. Why aren't we genetically engineering our drugs yet? If high schoolers can do it, why can't we? We could increase potency, increase yield, make them easier to grow...we might even be able to make legal organisms produce cannabinoids, or other psychoactive chemicals. LSD would certainly be a lot easier to make if we had engineered bacteria that could assemble it from precursors.
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Henry Feblingbury - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 20:15:02 EST ID:lRln78qK No.135489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135438
>"YOU HAVE TO LICK MY SWEAT!!! ITS THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN GET HIGH ENOUGH TO STOP YOUR SEIZURES!! IF YOU DON'T YOU'LL DIE!!!"


LOL'd
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Phineas Gemmerkirk - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 21:03:29 EST ID:+IfjDufN No.135490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The way the industry is going, large companies in CO, WA, and maybe CA will be investing (or already are) in gmo weed. These strains will be on tight lock down to insure that the genetics don't get into the hands of the consumer. It's kind of a bummer that things are going this way. It's hard to make a home grow worth it when people are selling dank out of warehouses for 600 a pound. Buyers market I guess.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 12:10:01 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135490
Eh, I don't think it will be that bad. Just like there are with other plant produce products, organic homegrown tastes better, and there is still a large market for produce not modified to produce Bt or that has been sprayed with Roundup.
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Henry Feblingbury - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 12:20:27 EST ID:lRln78qK No.135498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135490
Ugh, no

There is no GMO tobacco is there? Weed, like tobacco is tied to the form of consumption, smoking. That should and probably will remain a natural product.
What remains is THC from other sources for other forms of consumption. For instance vaping.
Synthetic or Bioengineering would make perfect sense to use in a THC e-juice.

You see there isn't any gene which can be put into the genome of a cannabis plant which isn't already in there. Of course that doesn't mean Cannabis breeding can't utilize advantaged techniques like genome sequencing but it won't give results which can't be reached with regular breeding, it's just more systematic and hence more efficient.

And besides, there is no documented case where an already cultivated plant gains better yields out of genetic manipulation. And the characteristics of the plants are already pretty much maxed out in pretty much every cultivate.
I mean it might be possible to introduce actual strawberry flavor genetics into a cannabis strain, but then...

The bottom line is what are your objectives? Grow good weed or produce THC by other means.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 12:37:37 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135498
>>135498
Well no, but on most factory farms it is fertilized with a Radon containing phosphate fertilizer, IIRC, several phosphate mining companies lobbied to make a byproduct of their mining (Radon) be a requirement in their fertilizer, so they could make more profit off a carcinogenic byproduct. Anyways, said Radon is kicked up into the air via tilling, and other farm operations, it then sticks to the tobacco trichromes, which is what makes factory grown tobacco so much more carcinogenic than home grown.

Its a guarantee that large scale cannabis production will be similar. This means there will always be a market for healthier, tastier, organic alternatives.


how long? by Phoebe Crashdale - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 15:46:02 EST ID:ru5M1sv8 No.135486 Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am growing weed, but I think it might turn out to be a male. Even if it is, i'm going to keep growing it to see how tall it'll get. I live in florida and I was wondering, can you grow weed for years and get it really huge? I've seen videos of weed plants that were like 10-feet tall. Or is weed annual, by that I mean will it die?
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Cedric Dickleson - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 17:26:47 EST ID:i8s4LH3K No.135487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can veg them as long as you want. Lots of people keep mother plants for over a year or two. I have a bush monster goin right now that's been veggin for 3 or 4 months.
Also, when it gets to be about a month old and starts asymmetrical branching, it will develop preflowers so you can tell if it's male or female
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Neem Guy - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 12:13:30 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My Uncle has a mother Thai Stick from the 70s, you can keep them alive for ages.
Those 10 foot tall plants can easily be achieved in a growing season, hell I've seen 20 footers in one season.


Post your plants here by Esther Pankinman - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:12:08 EST ID:v767C9gB No.135464 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/, pls post your plants in this thread. This one right here is 26 days old Sweet Tooth Auto, i'm using 30Wx4 CFL and PC fans in a little growbox. I'm thinking about building a bigger one, actually. Sorry for quality, i'm a poor Ruski and my cellphone is from 2005.
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Esther Pankinman - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:13:44 EST ID:v767C9gB No.135465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Esther Pankinman - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:16:10 EST ID:v767C9gB No.135466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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that's the previous one, used the same setup
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Esther Pankinman - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:21:32 EST ID:v767C9gB No.135467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135466
forgot to mention, that's Automaria #2
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Neem Guy - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 03:58:45 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That was grown with 120w of CFL? Impressive! I aint posting shit because you might be FBI ;^)
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Frederick Chiblingfield - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 19:33:04 EST ID:5zKRkqnQ No.135488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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an old picture of my outdoor Strawberry Blue


Moving to new house, it has water softner... by George Chacklewock - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:25:31 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.135450 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I grow hydroponically, in my current house the water is great, ph is slightly high but I just adjust it and then it's perfect.
New place has a fucking god damn softner though...and the water tastes bitter. So bitter I don't feel comfortable drinking it. Anyway, the hose outside the house is supposedly attached to an non-softened water line. Does this sound right?
I still have to test the water to see how its ph is, how its PPM is, etc.

Even the water from the hose tastes slightly bitter....but not nearly as bad as the water from the sinks. What could this be? The water is from a well btw.
Also a gasoline truck crashed nearby a few years ago...and the wells were tested, and they said they were clean...but i'm paranoid.....how possible is it that dirty wells are being covered up?
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Ebenezer Chumblegold - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 16:05:16 EST ID:pa0Wsuq7 No.135451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have the water tested it wont cost a fortune
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Polly Goddlewater - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 13:31:41 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.135480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135451
I suppose I really must
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 13:35:22 EST ID:aF0K1wv5 No.135481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just test the ph of the tap "softened" in house against the water hose outside. That's how it works usually, indoor is softened anything outside isn't since soft water is bad for lawns/plants. If the ph is different you can safely assume one is soft and one isn't.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 13:37:07 EST ID:aF0K1wv5 No.135482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also get well water tested if the ph or ec is out of range.. Extreme ph can indicate some mineral content which is excessive.


Help my plants by Polly Bummerwotch - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 00:46:44 EST ID:89wfHUQE No.135412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Help brothers! Are my plants getting sick?
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Neem Guy - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 03:57:03 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135470
You can make do with several 25w, just make sure they're actual 25w, and not "equivalent to 25w incandescent". Is out doors completely out of the question for you? Brazil has an excellent growing climate.

My first grow used CFL and I grew in my closet. I grabbed some light fixtures, and hanged them over the bar the clothes hangers are supposed to hang on. Just be sure they're weighted well on the other end, had many a mishap, waking up to find that a fixture had fallen right on top of a plant.
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Shit Challysit - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 04:30:24 EST ID:OKE5kkeH No.135475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135471
i take them outodoors during the day, 3 to 4 hours at most because im taking huge risks here. Thanks again for all the help, you've been a real bro. SLAYER to you, mate.
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Neem Guy - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 04:52:20 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135475
Well good luck, I've heard horrific things about how your police deal with criminals.
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Shit Challysit - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 05:19:05 EST ID:OKE5kkeH No.135477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135476
They dont deal with criminals, thats the problem, they kill, rape, torture and bully civillians. But the police is a tool of the government, and we have one of the most corrupt systems in the world. Thats why i try to stick it to the man.
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Neem Guy - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 06:58:05 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135477
Well just don't go getting yourself disappeared over some weed, stay safe brother. Cheers from Florida.


Growing Marijuana indoors for personal consumption by Hamilton Funnerfoot - Tue, 05 Aug 2014 20:35:16 EST ID:w368PO0b No.135327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In this thread I will learn everything I need to know about growing marijuana indoors for the purpose of personal consumption. Im starting this project clean and from the beginning. Ive been smoking cannabis almost daily for many years now, buying it off of friends and family, but always had the calling to grow my own. I have my own apartment that hardly anyone noses around in, except my wife, and with her help, Im quite certain I can keep up with lighting and watering, alongside my personal life and work.

Now cut to the chase, I need answers people.
What I know so far is that I want to use soil for this grow, and also would like to employ the use of LED lights. I want to grow about 2-3 indica plants, and yes i want them to be dank.

ANY AND ALL TIPS, INFORMATION, AND EXPERIENCES ARE MUCH APPRECIATED.

some questions I have, to help us get going on the right foot:

>Which LED lights would you recommend for this small operation? what watt would best suit a grow like mine? (Is LED even the best way to go?)

>Talk to me about soil. Whats are some good brands/mixes that would do my plants good

>what kind of raw material are we dealing with here? Do i need any fans for LED lights? how about the reflexive material used to make sure the whole plant gets light.. and what about the pot? should I use a big pot with lots of soil?
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Walter Bardcocke - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 15:50:14 EST ID:MJzgBaH9 No.135392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
here OP, heres a protip, buy 8 cfls, 45 Watts each, 4 6500k cfls for veg, 2700k for flower, make 2 cabinets, one for flowering and one for veg fix them with DIY computer fan exaust system, get the lights in there and ensure you can adjust the height of them, now you have a flower cab and a veg cab, veg in the 6500k box then move to flower in the 2700k box, before you start flowering under 12/12 though take as many clones as you need/want and put them into the veg box, while your first plant flowrrs, your clones will take, rinse and repeat, switch clones with seedlings if you wanna grow a few sedlings there fun too, but when you master the veg/ flower box and cloning you will be set forever as long as you pay your lecy bills

visit www.growweedeasy.com for alot more information on the topic

also grow 1 plant at a time, MASTER growing 1 plant before you start on 2, learn the techniques, LST HST, defoliation supercropping cloning, scroging. enjoy
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Beatrice Chemblesutch - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 17:52:54 EST ID:lRln78qK No.135397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135347
Damn I hate retards like you. NB.
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Beatrice Chemblesutch - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 18:17:25 EST ID:lRln78qK No.135398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135392
Also what this guy posted.

And fuck anybody spreading the myth about that cheap LEDs are cooler or in any way better than HID lights. The top of the line products _just_barely_ surpass HID in that area in terms of PAR/W (~2.1 vs ~1.9 PAR/W) and they are meant as supplementary light since they don't provide a complete spectrum.

Every Cheap Chinese LED panel out there is crap. No exceptions, DIY from cheap components included. Again this is because there are 50%+ differences in efficiency when manufacturing LED chips.

Cheap LEDs are cheap because the Factories they are made in have a cheap clean room setup which leaves many dust particles in the air which in turn end up on your Chips. High end LED producers have clean room systems equivalent to microprocessor plants which is why they can produce way better chips.
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Shit Bunshaw - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:06:03 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135392
I think he should do two, that way if he fucks one up he still has another.
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Neem Guy - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 04:05:18 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135390
>PH is a measure of acidity, and marijuana grows best in an environment ph'd between 5.5 and 6.5. Distilled water has a PH of between 6.8 and 7.0, if using nutrients, add those first and then test the PH, and then add PH down until you reach the desired level. The PH of soil rises slightly as the water is absorbed by the plant/evaporates, so a PH balance of 5.8-6.0 is recommended for your water before usage.

I know I harp on a lot about the pros of organic growing, but having the plant itself regulate microbes into altering the pH for itself is so much better than having to dump in pH down or up. Something for OP to consider.

Some people doubt the ability of plants/microbes to do this, but consider the following: I grow blueberries (acid lover) in the exact same soil mix that I grow poppy(alkaline lover) in, never had any deficiency problems.


First Time One Plant Grow Op by Edward Gattingwater - Mon, 04 Aug 2014 13:58:57 EST ID:G8Zw4nHu No.135297 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /crops/
So I happened upon a single little seed recently and figured I'd try my hand at growing. I have never attempted to grow anything in my life so some help from my 420chan bros would be much appreciated.

I've been reading some stuff but they all seem to either be very broad and general or way over my head.

I plan on doing this in my basement which gives me access to a 6x7x2 ft closet or a 13x13x13 room.

Thanks in advance.
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Jarvis Pellychock - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 00:29:31 EST ID:wK5GmZSm No.135331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135297
sorry dude, your question is way to broad. You just want somebody to spew everything there is to know about growing weed? You are going to have to do some reading, no way around that. At the most basic you want soil, light, fresh air, and water/nutes

if you have like, a more specific question people could maybe help

nb
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Beatrice Bashdadging - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 00:46:17 EST ID:G8Zw4nHu No.135411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135331
i'LL SHAVE YOU OP GRGRGRGRGRGR BATTLE SOUNDS FUCK WHAT A DOUCHE O NO IM A SHOT GOOD BY CRULE BUORLD I WILL NSLIP THE SULLT BONDS OF EARTH TO BECOMA ON IN HEAVAN WITH YOU NITENDO DONUT
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Fucking Chummlebanks - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 05:49:04 EST ID:bVA7dO+o No.135420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135297
I suggest you read up on what's directly ahead of you. Since it's your first grow it will be a learning process from start to finish anyway. Start counting your pennies and settle on a budget. Next choose your equipment, people here will probably help you with that to some extend. Basically you need: Tent/Closet, pots, a medium (I suggest soil), a light source, ventilation, a carbon filter (unless you live alone in the woods) and small gardening stuff like scissors for pruning, a timer switch for the light cycle... idk what else. If you like you can buy fertilizer or nutrients but that's not mandatory, no matter what others tell you. It will however increase yield and plant health if you use it correctly.

Also, read a lot. There's lot of websites that break it down for beginners like growweedeasy.com. Always double check infos though, there's a lot of fighting about basically every aspect of growing but not everything people say or do is benefitial or worth the effort.
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Jarvis Fovingridge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 19:55:33 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135420
Organic soil is his best bet for ease of use. Also he'll need lightproofing.
Also OP keep in mind, there are ways to grow without buying any fertilizer whatsoever. Google White Clover (nitrogen fixation) and Fermented Plant Extracts.


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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Wesley Blatherlock - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:26:22 EST ID:PaQGCyso No.135447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135225
>>135247

>tap water

Oh god, why are you doing that? At the very least go get distilled water from the fucking store.
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Angus Nurrybury - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:43:28 EST ID:9VrJ4RWw No.135448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135447
Depends on where you live. Here in Germany tap water has extremely high quality and has a very high amount on minerals. I wouldn't even think about drinking bottled water unless there's no other option. From what I hear it's different in the US though.
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Beatrice Tillingford - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 13:51:56 EST ID:wK5GmZSm No.135449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135445
actually it adds a better boost earlier on in veg and early flower, does almost nothing in late flower.
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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.


sex by Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 17:50:15 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.135452 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I went out to visit my plants today. Four of them were males and were removed. Is this last one a female?
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Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 17:51:46 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.135453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, what should I do with these males?
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Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 17:54:48 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.135454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135453
Here is the last male that wasn't in that picture (just for completeness)
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Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 18:05:23 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.135455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also (again), are my males hermaphrodites? When you look along the stalk, you see what look like pistils...
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Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 18:06:40 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.135456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135455
...but at the tops, you see balls. Would it be worth replanting them far, far away from my remaining female?
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Jarvis Fovingridge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 19:46:09 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135456
Just compost those hermie's, today if possible. Balls can drop pollen within days of formation. No point keeping them elsewhere and growing, they will guaranteed have seeds, and any clones taken from them will be herm.

Herm or male, doesn't matter, get rid of them ASAP.


greenhouse burner by Jarvis Gimmertitch - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 11:03:02 EST ID:7GR2lS14 No.135446 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm looking for suggestions on how to run my green house/sulfur burner during cloning.

During flower I've been told to run it 4 hrs in the middle of dark cycle once a week while ventilation is off.

Right now my clones are under light 24 hrz a day. I'm in a region that gets bad powdery mildew so I'd def like I curt that.


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