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raising DMT content in plants by Sidney Wullerwod - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 12:04:44 EST ID:SpauBB01 No.141349 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got myself some chacruna, also known as psychotria viridis.
It contains from 0.1 to 0.66% DMT in its leaves. That's a pretty big gap, so how exactly can I make the plant contain the maximum amount of DMT?
Is it just genetics and a specific chacruna plant will always contain 0.24% DMT in its leaves?
Or is it the nutrients and the environment that can make the plant contain more DMT in the next harvest?
What do I have to do to get the most amount of DMT possible?
Sophie Bibberdock - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 16:44:51 EST ID:65BcrV57 No.141350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If more botanists had access to expensive scientific measuring equipment, then we might have more concrete answers to give, but what I can tell you is that
Samuel Cendleway - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 19:50:41 EST ID:NofWjk8k No.141354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know but an interesting species is Delosperma Cooperi which produces dmt in the summer and 5 meo dmt in the winter (or perhaps the other way round). Have you looked compared data to the season in which the matter was harvested?

cheap DMT Recipe by Augustus Findlestock - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 16:21:39 EST ID:afpUtCd5 No.141344 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Help a bro out,
What is a cheap recipe for DMT?
Also is it possible to make DMT out of Rue seeds?
Samuel Cendleway - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 21:01:57 EST ID:NofWjk8k No.141355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg ur a tard. l2 google u "moran."

Where's Dat Pink?! by Shitting Duttingwell - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 23:45:15 EST ID:7v7dti2q No.141328 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I got me 10 of those cool as beans z4 bin Cree COB LED's. Just turned them all on for the first time tonight and took a picture.

What I'm wondering is where is the pink effect that everyone always has when taking a picture of their LED setup?

Is 70,000 Lumens not enough to give the pink effect? (~7k Lumens each)
Is it my Go Pro Hero 4 Session so awesome that doesn't have that pink effect?
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Shitting Duttingwell - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 12:49:35 EST ID:7v7dti2q No.141332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lol they weren't pre-built. Ordered the cobs from digikey and LGA775 CPU heatsinks from ebay, the cobs are held on with screws lol.

I also picked up a usb relay, raspberry pi automated grow room incoming :)
Oliver Niggerforth - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 12:59:00 EST ID:9xM+F7A+ No.141333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The pink "effect" is from pink, alas red and blue light.
All this started when somebody noticed that chlorophyll mainly absorbs in the 450-480nm and 620-680nm bands. They then started building these ridiculous panels containing only monochrome LEDs in that color. There even is a contest on who can invent the "best" combination of different wavelengths.
The suckers who bought these lamps even experience a phenomena called "whiting" a complete drainage of pigments in the top region of the plants which they attribute that is because "their light is just so intense" but it really is the plant lacking essential hormones necessary for pigment production because of the monochromatic light sources.

Meanwhile in real plants photosynthesis happens utilizing a bunch of different pigments who absorb light all over the spectrum. Absorption in the red region is a bit higher but all in all white LEDs are pretty good in that regard. You need more red light in flowering but otherwise they're fine.
The setup looks awesome you have looks awesome for vegetative growth though.
Archie Fickleman - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 21:47:19 EST ID:7v7dti2q No.141337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I kinda figured that it was from different wavelengths; thanks for confirming that :)
As far as the setup goes, if I'm using autoflowering, do I need to pick up some extra blue and red leds or does it not matter as much for an autoflowering?

I am really impressed with the light output of these COBs and would like to use them exclusively for power consumption reasons. (I'm only pulling about 5Amp from the wall at 120v)

I haven't been able to find any colored cobs that match the performance, or even come close for that matter. For example, digikey has a 624nm cob that do about 500 lumens for $20, that's 25 lumens per 1$, compared to the cree z4 bins I have that were ~30 for 7000 lumens, or 233 lumens per 1$.

Also, the ones I do find are ~625nm which I don't think is high enough; Ideally I would want something that would sit in the middle of that range, so like 650nm to 675nm or higher.

Is digikey not the right website to get this stuff from, or is the technology just not quite there yet?
Ebenezer Blackfoot - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:28:52 EST ID:9xM+F7A+ No.141342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lumen is a poor judge of how to compare red leds to white LEDs. The important factor is photon flux in micromol/joule which seems like a stange unit, but essentially it is the amount of photons a given light emits per 1 Watt of power during one second.

The used to be an online calculator for this but that's no longer available. Instead you can use this app (you don't have to order anything to use it)
It gives you a general idea if you compare LEDs with similar wavelengths by their lumen output and you can use the figures they are using to deduct the micromol/joule.
Ebenezer Blackfoot - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:48:13 EST ID:9xM+F7A+ No.141343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The red ones aren't bad according to this:
The 624nm cob should have 500*(2.1/51)=20.6 umol, or ~1 umol/$
The white cob should have 7000*(1.7/120)=99.2 umol or ~3.3umol/$

The red ones also have a tad better power efficacy and are utilized by the plants better.

An easier way to compare cost effectiveness is also just comparing the Watt/$.

SHARING PICS OF ONE'S GARDEN by Cyril Forryhood - Wed, 04 Nov 2015 02:20:07 EST ID:UdJVY5ZE No.141277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey! So I live in Oregon and am just growing 4 plants under a 600 watt metal halide to get experience with cannabis. So I'm completely within legality and blah blah blah.

The thing is, I want to share pics with you guys, get opinions, etc.

Should I just wait til my roommate is up so I can scrub .exif data? how does one post pics safely on 420chan? not worried about getting raided, just kinda noid.

got the 4 clones at dispensaries for 20 or 25 bucks each lol
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Isabella Suttingfick - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 13:01:44 EST ID:9xM+F7A+ No.141296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Because I think you should invest an hour of your time to implement exif scrapping with a library like that.
Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 16:28:59 EST ID:BC8gQyOH No.141298 Report Quick Reply
But 420chan is written in Perl. And there's already an EXIF scraper being called during image processing.
Basil Cluzzletig - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 19:11:56 EST ID:9xM+F7A+ No.141299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I assumed because the .php extension in the thread view.
So did you put that in this pictures exif or doesn't it scrap all exif comments?
Beatrice Climmlepig - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 23:44:34 EST ID:IdInYkZa No.141300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just open your pic in MS paint and resave it.
Basil Cresslehood - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 10:29:01 EST ID:LWE+J1K2 No.141338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's the principle of the thing.

Cycads by Nathaniel Blatherstone - Fri, 30 Oct 2015 20:11:35 EST ID:JifebOjh No.141240 Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cycads are my favorite plants, they're one of the oldest plants there are. People call them Sago Palms, but they are actually connifers (like pine trees and christmas trees) and they are much older than palm trees, Cycads are from around the triassic pariod and palms are from late cretaceous.

Post cycads!!
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Hannah Nicklewill - Sat, 31 Oct 2015 22:48:30 EST ID:JifebOjh No.141254 Report Quick Reply
I've read the plants are "poisonous" on a lot of sites, but I read on a botany site that they are prone to some bacteria being in the roots that makes a poison and the plant absorbs it. They make the cone and the plant into a form of flower in some 3rd-world nations and the people die young and get parkinsons and stuff.
Albert Duckbury - Tue, 03 Nov 2015 15:40:19 EST ID:JifebOjh No.141274 Report Quick Reply
What other plants do you guys like, besides Cannabis?
Thomas Credgebanks - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 18:49:31 EST ID:+G/6llqc No.141311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I grow lemon balm, mint and ginger. I intend to make the freshest tea known to man. And then dump massive amounts of cow dung cubensis fuckers in it.
George Bagglestock - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 09:14:50 EST ID:wFUyjk/q No.141315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a cactus collection of very rare psychoactive cacti and not-so rare psychoactive cacti. I have what I believe is the only psychoactive turbinicarpus. I also grow some other psychedelic plants you probably haven't heard of like a potent tabernaemontana orientalis strain from Queensland AUS & a nootropic psychedelic desmodium gangeticum.
Shit Hobbertotch - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 02:32:47 EST ID:IdInYkZa No.141329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pics? Collection of obscure cacti sounds pretty sweet

SEEDBANK HELP PLEASE. by Ebenezer Closslekack - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 02:57:30 EST ID:k4KKQ0IE No.141304 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need help locating a seed bank in america that has DJ short seeds. Specifically, Flo.

Or any good seedbank really. Please help. I know attitude seeds carries them but I don't want to deal with international shipping and having it delivered somewhere else.

Help a brother out

pic not mine.
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Ebenezer Closslekack - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 04:05:43 EST ID:k4KKQ0IE No.141307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or, and this may be crazy, you could direct me to some of those places?

It's not a dealbreaker if I go to attitude seeds. I just have to take a few extra steps.
James Brapperchud - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 11:49:05 EST ID:OACexdZi No.141308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would suggest Herbies Head Shop out of the UK or Ace Seeds out of Spain. With both companies I have been able to get incredibly good deals, good prices, and shipped quickly. I would personally pick the 2nd if I had to choose between the two; I got my package within 5 days of ordering.
Ebenezer Closslekack - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 15:47:02 EST ID:k4KKQ0IE No.141309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nice, nice.

What country are you located in? I'm on the western coast of the united states of stallionstan.

I'll check em out.
Clara Mablingman - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 03:41:06 EST ID:UsilHfYJ No.141318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Clara Mablingman - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 03:42:16 EST ID:UsilHfYJ No.141319 Ignore Report Quick Reply is in Canada, so a bit quicker and less likely to get lost in the mail.

Dj shorts herb looks so good.but so expensive uuugggg

My Aloe Plant by BMO - Wed, 04 Nov 2015 23:06:39 EST ID:/FyQiG3k No.141286 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Poop, my beloved aloe plant is dying. I water it once a week since I know that they do not require much water and I keep it by my windosill for maximum light. I already removed the a couple dead aloe leaves, and at the tips it's showing signs of decay.

This was a present to me, and it means a lot. how do I restore it's health?
Charles Niggerhood - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 03:15:03 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.141288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do that "pot" even has drainage ?
get some proper soil and pot
give it a mild dose of fertilizer so it has power to regrow
Thomas Woshlock - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 10:05:52 EST ID:JifebOjh No.141302 Report Quick Reply
I have a bunch of aloe growing outside, but I also got some other aloe from the bio department at my school in these little pots like 3 years ago and I rarely ever water them, like pretty much never, and they are thriving and getting pretty big. I live in a really humid area though in a hardiness level of 10, so maybe that has something to do with it.
Priscilla Gazzlebot - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 00:13:38 EST ID:xSV95kdJ No.141303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
knowing where you live/the climate would help

Day by Day grow guide with pics? by Hannah Bruddlehure - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 11:08:02 EST ID:ePS3T3Gb No.141294 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was able to download a torrent with a day by day guide with pics showing how to grow green awhile ago from this site, but i never was in a position to do it and lost the file, anyone on here still has it and can share?

Harvest by Hedda Tillingstock - Fri, 16 Oct 2015 09:32:01 EST ID:eZdaiNm5 No.141155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys, how far are my trichomes? Is it harvest time? It's getting really cold outside and I don't know how much longer I can keep them there.
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Frederick Memmerlock - Fri, 16 Oct 2015 19:59:03 EST ID:KaSzYL9w No.141158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Forecasts are saying I could give it one more week before we hit freezing, but I'm not sure that'll make much difference.
Simon Nindlehall - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 13:01:54 EST ID:NrZSmuJ9 No.141165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lolol what is this a plant for ants?
looks good though
Jarvis Brarringbetch - Thu, 22 Oct 2015 15:38:01 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.141195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lmao you're growing a blunts worth of bud
Booch !acCrNaYgPk - Fri, 23 Oct 2015 11:20:14 EST ID:TvV+xZoS No.141204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey let the man grow, looks purty to me. Definitely better than the guys growing out of their truck haha
lordvic !TAwkR.2N6E - Wed, 04 Nov 2015 18:31:34 EST ID:QdRfKw6d No.141285 Ignore Report Quick Reply

1 Blunts worth of bud > no blunts worth of bud!

How to make this work by Fanny Fummerdale - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 15:40:47 EST ID:w4al2i9O No.141265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I planted this about a month ago it's been outside for a while but i just brought it in since it's kjinda getting cold.

got 2 cfl 13 1800 lumens on it. I prob need more right?

How much will it cost for activated carbon and another light? tips pls newby hardcore
Caroline Garrykere - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 16:06:50 EST ID:djYsvRob No.141266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A 42 watt cfl will run you between $10-15, get a couple of those. You can take down the foil too, the flat white surface of the walls will be more reflective.

Get yourself a timer to plug the lamps into so you can keep your plant on an 18/6 light/dark cycle until it's ready for flowering. Go on ebay and get an electronic PH tester, and a couple bottles of PH up and down, give your plant distilled water ph'd between 5.5 and 6.5.
Fanny Fummerdale - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 18:37:24 EST ID:w4al2i9O No.141267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what's the best way to cover the smell. Obviously activated carbon but how should i fashion that to clean the smell?

I currently have 4 13 cfl's on it but i'll get better lights when i can. took down the foil
Fanny Clillerbanks - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 19:06:05 EST ID:djYsvRob No.141268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You need a carbon filter.

If you're the handy sort, I've seen growers take the conical air filters for cars (K&N brand, ect.) and fill them up with activated carbon for a home-made carbon filter. You can also buy standard carbon filters on eBay for about $40, but for setting up the room you should get an all-in-one kit with the filter, extraction fan, and possibly ducting. That'll run you between $60-90. Ducting and clamps are easy enough to get at hardware stores, so getting those bundled in isn't necessary.

You'll basically need to set up the carbon filter in your grow area, mounted to an extraction fan, with ducting leading outside the grow area. The extraction fan pulls the air through the carbon filter, and the filter scrubs the odor from the air. Most strains don't start stinking until flowering, so you've got a good month or two to get all that set up. For now focus on getting your lights and water set.

Here's a good guide:

Learning to grow. by Shit Paffinghood - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 16:31:18 EST ID:mhQzv5UV No.141166 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I would like to learn how to grow weed while it's illegal in preparation for if/when it becomes legal, Is there any particular veg/fruit I can grow in Hydro equipment? Is there any particular plant that I could grow legally which would allow me to learn/hone skills required for growing green?
Shit Paffinghood - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 16:51:39 EST ID:mhQzv5UV No.141167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
After some investigation, it looks like Strawberries might be a good way to go.
Fuck Snodgold - Wed, 21 Oct 2015 17:59:22 EST ID:SWcTfQj/ No.141187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Strawberries? Do you know what are the similarities?
Dimblus thundergob - Thu, 22 Oct 2015 13:48:44 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.141194 Ignore Report Quick Reply

for one, they are delicious. and they are a little harder to grow than tomatoes imo.

they dont have a similar form factor though so you wont learn shit for canopy managemen
Eugene Billingshaw - Sun, 25 Oct 2015 21:43:06 EST ID:Uvz+9bjD No.141216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Literally anything will grow in deep water culture AKA bubbleponics.

It also grows 20%+ faster.
Eugene Pickway - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 14:40:12 EST ID:gExkIYqu No.141258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tomatoes and peppers are both high feeding, high fruiting annuals. Just like cannabis.

Here's a great resource for you:

Can a weed plant survive a Russian winter outside? by Johhmy mcDonnald - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 10:55:12 EST ID:dOb3dl0L No.140577 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My female plant started flowering a coupple of weeks ago, wich is good because im leaving for a year in two weeks, thus making harvest somehow pointless.

But my mother came up with an idea, she said that if i put the plant outside, under some tall tree (so that snow wont attack so often) i will return to a bigger plant/s

I wouldnt mind, but i havent smoked weed for two months now and was really looking forward to harvest early for atleast some effects
But the thought of coming back next year to a bigger plant sounds appealing.

But heres my question
>At what temperature does a cannabis plant die?
>If it dies, can it regrow when winter has ended?

Im in Russia right now, thus making winters long and really cold and i cant keep it indoors as there wont be anyone to take care of it with watering and such
Ian Bemmleworth - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 14:32:58 EST ID:Uvz+9bjD No.140581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It won't work. A better idea is to get your mother to harvest it for you when the time comes. If she then cures it, it will be perfect for smoking in a year when you get back.
Reuben Febbertire - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 01:30:58 EST ID:UGklfV9j No.140585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Putin will kill u
Phyllis Goodshaw - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 02:33:06 EST ID:8hdd9BFe No.141255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Russia has always had wild hemp. The cops have less of a track record of shooting people, but worse they'll take you in. Weed will grow but be careful where you plant it. In such a low population density you just have to go "wild enough"

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