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retarded? by Martha Wuffingsore - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:19:23 EST ID:Ege490qw No.134819 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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this has to be the most retarded cannabis plant I have ever seen
can anybody explain what's going on here? fucked up genetics?
bagseed btw
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Sophie Blucklestock - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 18:43:36 EST ID:eHAevg2A No.134912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
op here

it died.
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Shitting Grimbanks - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 19:10:11 EST ID:3AcD+mGb No.134913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134912
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NeemGuy - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:40:56 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134876
I don't think that is the proper use of the term "trifoliate". I've always heard the term used to refer to the first leaves on the plant that have 3 leaflets.
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Matilda Gobblebanks - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 19:32:41 EST ID:CCgHFTs7 No.134978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134912
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Cornelius Bablingson - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:32:50 EST ID:zW/6KJ9B No.134993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134912


How many weeks? by SA GrowGuy - Mon, 17 Mar 2014 05:49:06 EST ID:Q8N175Lv No.132625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/ how ya doin

Im on the southern-most tip of South Africa with my nameless Sativa here. Outdoor grow under the African sun, lovely.

Question is, how many more weeks do you think it is before harvest time? Still a long way to go, I realise that, but I was hoping for a month? Maybe a bit more?
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Hamilton Sandlefield - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 17:12:20 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.134901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>black goo
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Hedda Grandspear - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 10:57:34 EST ID:5bXPsNx8 No.134917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134891

Black liquid stuff... probably not molasses? It does sound like it would be an organic fertilizer. Manure tea like somebody said or else it's some other sort of compost tea. I'm skeptical to call it organic fertilizer because you don't get growth like that with organic matter as opposed to inorganic fertilizers because it's so easy for an organic fertilizer to be deficient in N, P, or K since you can't control what goes into the solution the way you could control it with inorganic solutions.

If it is an organic solution then OP has some prime soil and prime light conditions for that baby to have grown the way it did and we should all move to SA.
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Albert Crupperforth - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 14:44:48 EST ID:ru5M1sv8 No.134921 Report Quick Reply
>>132625
How old is that plant?
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Rebecca Wadgestock - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 03:55:24 EST ID:3p6YcAxL No.134931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132625
A beautiful plant you have there OP.
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NeemGuy - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:37:10 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134917
I'm not sure what you mean? Bottle organic ferts as well as fermented plant extracts have very predictable nute ratios. Regardless of the ratio, in an organic system, the plant itself controls what nutrients its getting. Starting to get deficient in P? The roots release exudates that stimulates microfauna to start eating the organic material, said fauna then attract predator microbes, and said predator microbes excrete the organic material in a plant soluble form.


do I need more light? by Hamilton Blonningmot - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 16:32:42 EST ID:7GR2lS14 No.134900 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Currently about to start a 24 plant flower. I have 6 1000 watt double ended hps lights running off digital ballasts. A friend is telling me I should add 2 more.

This is for a rdwc hydro system, is this overkill?
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Shitting Clipperwill - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 20:25:44 EST ID:/gkLCnTF No.134914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
depends on the size of the plants but its prolly overkill, mix spectrum is best experiment what your phenotype likes man
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Fucking Brasslehod - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:19:10 EST ID:PaQGCyso No.134968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134900

A 6k room is enough for 24 plants. They will do awesome.
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NeemGuy - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:33:30 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haha, I thought your friend was suggesting adding too more doses of testosterone, lol.


Poppy ID by Rebecca Wadgestock - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 03:51:19 EST ID:3p6YcAxL No.134929 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is anybody able to ID these? Another pic in next post.
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Rebecca Wadgestock - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 03:52:59 EST ID:3p6YcAxL No.134930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Second, any help appreciated!
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Nicholas Tootridge - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 05:28:33 EST ID:8vyXhK4o No.134932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134930
Papaver somniferum. Without a good look at the leaves and petals it's impossible to I.D. beyond that.
Chances of it having a high morphine level? 0.1%
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:29:14 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Papaver somniferum indeed. However as the other guy said, probably a very low alkaloid content (opium latex has a lot more alkaloids than just morphine, such as codiene, thebaine, papaverine, and noscapine).


The fuck is this ? by Basil Criblingsat - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 13:23:22 EST ID:zM4PN2y9 No.134918 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a theory, but want to see what others think first.
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Shit Pebbledid - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 03:52:56 EST ID:GKBrl0bA No.134938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134933
Interesting, may I ask what type of plant it is?
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Cedric Murdford - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 04:46:42 EST ID:G5N5QwZ0 No.134939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dude those are spider mites 100% get some neem oil and spray you plants with it when they go into there night cycle. Dont spray in the morning or you willl burn your plants and kill these things quick or they will spread eveywhere
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Archie Fommerdale - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:18:36 EST ID:29vMyaoN No.134940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134939
I cant see any bugs
The first photo isnt that good, dust and pollen on the leaf
Here is another one, you can see crystals.
>>134938
pepper
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 14:55:14 EST ID:nHVb3G+q No.134946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134933
Russet mites are invisible to the naked eye except for when the infestation is heavy they will appear like dust on the plant..
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:17:18 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134940
Scale maybe? Powdery mildew? Either way, Neem will rape both, IN THE ASS.


Prepping a grow spot by Shitting Febberbadge - Wed, 25 Jun 2014 17:58:08 EST ID:t2IgQTf1 No.134492 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/ complete n00b here.

It dawned on me the other day that the area behind my house is probably the best grow spot I'd ever find around here. Of course I know it's too late to plant this year (I live on the northern plains) but I'd like to get the area somewhat prepped for next season.

Here's the deal, the area i have in mind (pictured) is a small area of vegetation directly behind my back yard that is only accessible through either my property or the house to the left of me (which is occupied by three women who never go back there). The area has another benefit in that it's right next to where we've been dumping leaves and grass clippings the past ten years so I have a couple compost piles to work with as well.

Now my questions are thus, should I use weed killer this year to clear a spot or will the chemicals linger and effect plants growing next year? If I were to just take a hatchet to the shrub/tree things growing back there would that be sufficient to kill them or should I uproot them? If I wanted to to make a space for say 5-6 plants how many square feet should I clear? Finally is there anything I should do now to the area to further prep it for next season? Thanks.
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Ian Worthingdock - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 20:54:54 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.134948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134943
You can cover the plant in something rich in sulphur like garlic to repel insects. You can also use something calcium rich like egg shell to repel slugs. Finally you can use lion piss to repel curios mammals, I hear most big cats will do or dog shit I remember someone on here said.

If you actually identify the culprit let us know. Keep going dude!
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Cornelius Blatherspear - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 20:58:16 EST ID:HPZW4/V+ No.134949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134948
Another thing which keeps away larger animals are capsaicin sprays. You might be able to jury rig something like one of those if you had some really hot peppers.
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Ian Worthingdock - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 21:00:15 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.134950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134943
Sorry, in answer to the question.
No idea, could be a number of things. I am sure she will do fine if proper care is taken. Try to catch the little pest in the act. As is she looks fine.
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Cornelius Bandersutch - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 21:10:09 EST ID:gyadQfcJ No.134951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134950
Yeah I ran to the store this morning and bought some spray that was a combo of insecticidal soap and sulfur and sprayed her. I'm also soaking some NAS organic tobacco in water, tomorrow after I strain and boil I'll give all the plants a good spray.

No idea though, couldn't see any eggs/bugs and the other three look great. Hopefully whatever it was was just passing by.
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:16:16 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134943
>>134943
I highly recommend topdressing with some neemcake/ neem seed meal. This will prevent soil pests, and provide a much more passive way of dealing with insects. Instead of having to come back all the time and spray your plants, the roots will absorb the limonoid compounds in the neem, directly into their tissue.
Neem cake also has a nice NPK profile (3-.02-1) (varies) as well as many vitamins and micronutrients, and stimulates microbe growth.

HOWEVER, systemically absorbed Neem will NOT prevent aphids (root aphids yes, since they have to touch the cake to get to your roots) because aphids feed on a part of the plant that will have a lot lower concentration of liminoids. That's not to say I haven't seen systemic neem be effective against aphids, they just get a much smaller dose compared to leaf feeding pests, such as spider mites.


grow question by Nigger Murdhood - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 09:43:23 EST ID:2RMrEcnj No.134960 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. It's my first time growing a bit for myself and I have a question.
Three plants. One of them has a distinctive smell and the other two don't smell at all. They grew from different seeds, gathered from the nug I got over time. They're not feminised and so my first suspicion was that the other two were males. Don't rly know if the smell would be a valid indicator though.
What's your opinion /crops/? Do I cut the other ones off, or do I let them all grow? If I let them, what would be my first signs of male plants?
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Nigger Murdhood - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 09:45:36 EST ID:2RMrEcnj No.134961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Plants are about 30-40 cm high, bout 2 months old.
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:11:50 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Both male and female flowers have a distinctive smell. Female is a more "sweet, heavy" aroma, while male flowers have a sort of...."chlorophylly" scent, in my experience. As for the difference in smells, its probably just different phenotypical expression.

If you haven't started flower yet, then you can't be SURE. However, some strains will put out pre-flowers before you switch to 12/12. My random bagseed has put out female preflowers, and after surviving all of the stress(torture) she was put through since a seedling, I'll definitely be cloning that hardy bitch.

The best advice I can give is google male and female preflowers, how to sex plants, etc. And get a magnifying glass, or jewelers loupe. Female flowers will form a little teardrop shape growth at the nodes (where side stems meet the main stem) and eventually 2 white/transparent hairs will stick out of said teardrop.

These are called the calyx (the teardrop) and the pistil/stigma (hairs), respectively. I hope I could help pal.


Unidentifiable Structure, Halp by Simon Binnerford - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 09:13:37 EST ID:O9SDDXqC No.134892 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So this was going to be my first plant in about a year, I ordered some Auto feminised seeds and poped one of them. The seeds where cheap, (but I'v grown this strain out before) The true leaves are meant to be coming through but instead I've got this.. The growth is tinted purple and has a hair in the middle. Anyone had anything similar?
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Beatrice Monnerridge - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 17:26:19 EST ID:L8ddYNFe No.134902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134892
Looks to be a genetic anomaly.
It appears as though it's gone straight from germination to flowering with no vegetative stages in between.
>NEATO!

I'd keep extra special care of that plant, OP. I'd be really interested to see where it goes from there. (Plant Biologist here)
If it did actually go straight from cotyledon to flower, it might be a valuable strain, assuming it's not infertile.
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James Bucklekat - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 18:16:49 EST ID:GrpsvbXt No.134903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134902
if it really is a flower, it'll probably just die from not having enough energy to sustain growth.
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Martin Fuckingville - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 01:30:09 EST ID:rKppyfag No.134904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134902
Seed to harvest in 7 days. Imagine if it produced barely a joints worth.
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Hugh Giddlefoot - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 11:36:57 EST ID:O9SDDXqC No.134906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134902
I was excited as well, thinking I had a mutant. Today the dicotyledon have appeared and the yellow purple structure with the hairs is gone :( Still looks like a special needs case though.
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Martin Fuckingville - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 12:04:58 EST ID:rKppyfag No.134907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134906
Just a small correction for future reference. You can just say the cotyledon for singular or plural, however the plant is a dicotyledon. Also the cotyledon is the seed leaf which had appeared already. What has now started to form is the true leaves.


FLIR by George Blidgewane - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 20:46:44 EST ID:E5s8DIMt No.134842 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey.
I'm setting up my first grow and I wanted some opinions.

I'm growing in a fully insulated loft bedroom room with insulation, insulating foil, plater boards and plaster.
I'm using a 120x120x180 tent with 4 plants in a Willma 4 XL hydro system with 400w or 600w bulb.
I'd be venting my heat through the chimney and through a carbon filter to get rid of the smell and make any heat less suspicious in FLIR fly overs.

What are the chances that a FLIR fly over would spot me and raid me? Is there a way they'd suspect me of anything for chimney heat sig? Does a FLIR only see surface temps or does it see hot air too? Would there be enough heat from a 600w bulb in a cooling tube to make my chimney hot?

Would the heat on my chimney be suspiciously low?

Any help would be appreciated, I thought you guys would have a better grasp of this than most on the site.

Thanks.
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Hannah Turveyhood - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 18:11:55 EST ID:0MFoZgIM No.134879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134869
I rarely agree with oceangrow but yeah, nobody gets busted because of the power consumption pattern with a single 600W lamp.

Which does not mean it won't get looked at in an ongoing investigation which pretty much always starts somehow else. 99% of busts happen because someone tipps off the police and in 90% of these cases it's somebody close.
The remaining 1% are usually bad luck.
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Matilda Brookford - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 19:36:51 EST ID:kkrP8Rey No.134880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134879
Which is why it's important to be an average Joe in every situation that might end up with the cops talking to you. Don't drive like an idiot for example. Especially if you're a regular smoker, you will always have enough THC in your Blood to get your license revoked (at least in Germany) and if that happens the door is open to more investigations.Also pay your bills and don't get into trouble with banks or insurance companies. Stacking up bills can lead to unexpected visits and strangers in your home. Generally try to avoid visitors if you don't have a separate room.
Don't hang around with fucked up people. THey will draw attention. In my circle of friends NOBODY smokes weed more than twice a year..All of them are very average people, blend in with middle class society perfectly (not meant disrespectful) and have no illegal tendencies.They couldn't break the law if they tried.If you're surrounded by clowns that don't know how to act right outside and let loose inside, your chances of getting busted by proxy for some ridiculous reason increase.The problem is never that your electricity bill is looking odd or that you generate more but the fact that they look at those charts in the first place! Somewhere along the lines you made a mistake and that made you suspicious. Don't senselessly drive around your weed or bong in your car, don't look like shit all the time, don't run your mouth about growing anything at all, make it your secret hobby.
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Edwin Greenspear - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 10:33:52 EST ID:7gF5wx16 No.134895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>No one never gets busted

>According to the new BJS report, "Drug Use and Dependence, State and Federal Prisoners, 2004," 12.7 percent of state inmates and 12.4 percent of federal inmates incarcerated for drug violations are serving time for marijuana offenses
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Charlotte Fanshit - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 11:39:25 EST ID:QG7UIgxN No.134897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
is talking online about growing mj a way to get busted?
it doesn't seem to be a valid reason to kick down someones doors.
also isp probably don't give away your data unless you're making direct threads to certain people or institutions.
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Jack Nettingnone - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 14:34:07 EST ID:zW/6KJ9B No.134899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134895

>points out vague statistics where most of the people getting arrested are stopped for selling/buying or just possessing weed not growing it

I hate people like you, GJ on shitting up the place edwin.


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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Emma Drundlespear - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 06:02:07 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134857
and you should definitely start training those seedlings, use LST and bend the plants sideways, letting them grow straight up is a big mistake. Get some string and duct tape and start tieing them down.
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Angus Dramblewure - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 20:09:41 EST ID:sVVuO5DO No.134881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134839
Looks like the lady in the back right might be stretching a bit, maybe rotate/move her closer to the LED's area, don't want her too much taller.

And like other's already said, LST-ing them is a good idea. (low stress training)
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Lydia Garringstitch - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 22:46:15 EST ID:9/P75KIC No.134882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134857
>>134858
>>134881
Alright, I've been reading up on LSTing and increasing auxin levels to promote plant growth. I'm gonna try to put together a basic SCROG setup. I'll post pics when I get finished.

How much closer should I get the plants to the lights? Like, within six inches?

Also, the white widow started showing trichomes today.
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Doris Worthingfoot - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 00:58:50 EST ID:FAtzJ1// No.134883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134882
you aren't exactly increasing auxin levels or promoting growth, you are redistributing it so you have a flat canopy, making it easier to get even light to all flowering tips.
An untrained plant has more auxins and growth hormones in the main stem so it grows more like a Christmas tree
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Samuel Bellyshaw - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 05:24:54 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134882
Try putting the top of your hand near the lights, try to find a level where you can feel warmth, but if the light starts burning your hand at any point it's too close. I had 25 watt LED-spots and the plants could be within two inches no problem.


Limiting growth during vegging by Graham Pollercheck - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 09:05:44 EST ID:JA5LrF4b No.134861 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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To maximize space efficiency in my small dual-chamber closet I'm going to be growing using cyclic cloning (AKA the clone of a clone of a clone method). The problem is that this means that I'll have clones vegging for 8 weeks before I actually switch them to flowering, and the size of my grow closet just doesn't allow for trees. So how can I keep them at a reasonable size during these 8 weeks of vegging?
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Fanny Bebbersock - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:27:58 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.134875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134861
Trim the branch tips, tuck them shits also, and if things get out of control than trim the roots. When trimming roots don't just lop off shit like a hair cut. Take a razor blade or a sharp knife, and run it DOWN through the roots like a comb. Learn more about root trimming before you try this. A lot more.
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Phineas Croffinghood - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 03:34:16 EST ID:CTbz267U No.134884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134875

Thanks Anon, will do.
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Nigger Shittingfoot - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 03:49:51 EST ID:pEkV/7XU No.134885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The smaller the pot, the smaller the plant OP
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Samuel Bellyshaw - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 05:17:58 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scropping, LST and a better light source. Good luck getting squat plants and tight internodes with a HPS.
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Samuel Bellyshaw - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 05:18:26 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134885
lol ok. Maybe if you're using soil.


Salvia Divinorum by Edward Drubbledock - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 08:03:49 EST ID:xbk9uM+m No.134860 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I bought a Salvia Divinorum plant a few months ago and it's used to the current environment it's in and it's growing nicely. I want it to grow quicker/be able to grow it without moving it around to catch the most sun and I was looking at LED lights and reading online about what's suitable for it when I remembered I have an old Lava Lamp that broke but the light is still fine. (Pic Related). I just don't know if this thing has any usable light for the plant.
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Graham Gonningson - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:27:37 EST ID:CzFqpx9l No.134865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134860
Can it not go outside? If your area is warm right now, that would give it the most growth. Make sure it's not root bound, and fertilize every 4 weeks or so.

The lava lamp light is probably no good for plants. Wal mart has cheapo $10 grow lamps that would do just fine for a single plant.
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Graham Gonningson - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:28:57 EST ID:CzFqpx9l No.134868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134865
oh, and that's 4 weeks at the peak of its growing season. You do a much slower schedule if it's still getting established, or if it's just not growing a ton.
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Edward Drubbledock - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 12:03:23 EST ID:xbk9uM+m No.134870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134865
nah I don't want to bring it outside, my area isn't really humid (avg like 40% Humidity outside) and my neighbors are pretty well known for damaging trees/other neighbors plants.
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changs wang - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 12:43:31 EST ID:QA/isF1T No.134871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134870

>"and my neighbors are pretty well known for damaging trees/other neighbors plants."

what does that mean? do they just go around stomping flowers and shrubs. I imagine they walk around yelling at trees and making disparaging remarks to bushes..That makes me chuckle lol
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Matilda Brookford - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 14:29:23 EST ID:kkrP8Rey No.134873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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made a picture of my salvia an hour ago. right side is on the day i repotted it, left one is today (1 month later). i always have problems keeping it healthy and strong since i'm surrounded by trees that steal all the sun. i also live on the north side of a hill. the plant basically gets a handful of hours of sun maximum in summer and pretty much no direct sunlight in winter. salvia is a master of survival in my experience though. i bought it about 8 years ago and there were times when it looked almost dead but it always came back. it worked through low to almost no light, shitty soil with no nutrition, parasites, low temperatures and drought.


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