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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?
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Oliver Nallerkodging - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 05:34:07 EST ID:m1xgItTC No.142359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>[spoiler]I like the update[/spoiler]


Roots in water = bad? by Isabella Snodstone - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 02:44:43 EST ID:02xdDUdx No.142261 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, I am planting near a creek. The soil is wet clay. I am going to replace it but I ran into dilemma. I've dug down around a foot and a half and have hit the ground water. Is it okay if I fill the hole with my soil and let bygones be bygones or is that water going to fuck with my plant? I've read that weed roots do not like sitting in water and getting root rot would suck pretty bad.

Thanks /crops/ dudes
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Dimblus thundergob - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 10:17:02 EST ID:3NPJIFXH No.142268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that seems a little shallow. Maybe raise the beds up a bit
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Rebecca Blorrydock - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 10:17:58 EST ID:WXvJoOfY No.142269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You'll need some more clearance than that.
If you don't mind doing a whole lot of digging you can find a slightly better spot, dig deep, bury some gravel around the area (if that will even improve drainage in your spot) The more the water flows, the less likely root rot and crop failure.

Also if your soil is heavy clay you should dig it up and mix with some perlite and peat moss to get it soft for easy root growth and aeration.

You definitely want about 2 feet before you hit standing water, and that's being generous given that it's probably pretty wet this time of year.
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Matilda Hicklebot - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 16:03:09 EST ID:7MQHtPnR No.142295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142269
This mongoliod is intentionally trying to mislead you, don't listen to him specifically
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Walter Sublingnag - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 21:15:00 EST ID:xniHc/y0 No.142318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142262
This is true, but only if all of the roots are soaking in water. It's completely normal and healthy for cannabis to grow roots into very wet soil deep down. As long as some other roots are out of the water it won't harm the plant. You're going to need really good aeration and drainage though so use plenty of perlite.

Speaking of perlite, look up the hempy buckets grow strategy. It simulates hitting groundwater by keeping a 2 inch reservoir at the bottom of the bucket and the plants do great.
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Hugh Sallytin - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 16:32:24 EST ID:kUkFhWMg No.142344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142318
No in fact that's totally false what kind of red neck are you? For real like I'm gonna be starting a ditch grow op for my corn here in a little while I have "asked" for help from 4 local bums, who no one knows about and who have no family, to help me grow and hide it from the ghetto bird, that's the most important part of the process


Medium sized grow op by Samuel Gucklewell - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:33:14 EST ID:3ipEJY97 No.141764 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Poorfag grow

How do I grow a shit load of good dope? I want to be able able to push out a pound or two every few months with a veg room and a main grow op for the budding plants. I found a 400 watt hid light for 110 for the main grow room not sure how many of them I need. For another 50 or 60 bucks I can get some weaker lights for a veg/clone room.

After lights all I need to worry about it is covering up the smell. I don't expect anything miraculous but I at least want to make sure only a room or two smells like weed I can't have it stink outside or in the first story of the house.

Quality is the most important part so I don't care if I have to reduce my crop to make buds better.
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Oliver Clammershit - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 12:10:49 EST ID:TSDS+Bd6 No.142315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What you should do with what you have is get a grow tent. You wont be pushing out a lot... but hey... you do have something to play with... You should try to grow like 2-3 plants with that but LEARN THE HOBBY FIRST!!
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Ian Warryfidge - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 02:03:56 EST ID:zk4XD06m No.142319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Real basic equation, OP.
Pound per light.
And that means 1000w.
You need 1kW to grow a pound.
If you're trying to push 2 pounds every two months, you'll need 4000w.
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Hamilton Chabberville - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 02:37:20 EST ID:YMyfSXEL No.142320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142319
a 600w HPS is enough for a pound. Two 315w CDMs would give you a lot more than a pound if you know what you're doing.
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Nell Fonderridge - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 13:55:23 EST ID:oiyW5D+C No.142328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142319
If you know what youre doing, you can grow in exess of 1g/watt every flowering cycle.
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Hugh Sallytin - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 16:29:26 EST ID:kUkFhWMg No.142343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142319
Light doesn't have wieght you jabroni


Seeds by Outdoor co-op - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 15:14:03 EST ID:ZkEgJiGw No.142274 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I ordered from a well known uk website.
The seeds were 15 kc33 reg and 7 fem early skunk by sensi seeds.
this will be an outdoor operation in a secluded location @ 56.5N Lat.
What experiences and opinions do you have? wsa going to buy purple maroc instead of skunk, but they sold out...
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Nell Fonderridge - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 14:14:32 EST ID:oiyW5D+C No.142329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Done alot of outdoors in that area, theres really not alot you can do besides hoping for the best.
Genetics are very important for that reason, you picked subpar imo, you want fastest flowering and maximum mold resistance, everything else is secondary. I can recommend hollands hope, durban poison, dutch passion in general. Autoflowers are great aswell to have an early harvest to enjoy.

Other than that, dig deep and bring more fresh soil in than you want to carry, if it gets dry and hot in the summer, hydration is your #1 bottleneck for yield so water as much as possible, if it gets cold and wet in the autumn better harvest too soon and lose a fraction of your yield than lose all of it to mold.
The only pest you can combat is snails.
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Nigel Pommershaw - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 15:19:09 EST ID:ZkEgJiGw No.142332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142329
I did a lot of research before ordering these, water won't be a problem...
May order some outdoor genetics from cannaseeds dk next time.
Wanna share experience or pics?
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James Fissleweck - Wed, 20 Apr 2016 10:10:58 EST ID:SB00s+5D No.142336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142332
dont take pics.
Experiences? like what?
One time i spotted a great growspot from afar, when i got there someone else had already set up a dozen plants, that was weird. Come harvesting time i collected the fair share of the silent partner.
The greedy faggots who raided some of my own spots from time to time took everything.
Keep your shit secluded and compartmentalized, getting discovered is another bottleneck for yield.
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Hugh Sallytin - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 16:28:24 EST ID:kUkFhWMg No.142342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142336
Nice try OP, self agreement can be so fun
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Archie Dacklemut - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 10:14:54 EST ID:7aE3YLtx No.142364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142342
Nice try, but that was no samefag.
Just my outdoor growing anecdotes.


Temps by Basil Fucklefield - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 20:41:56 EST ID:xniHc/y0 No.142335 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently put in an exhaust fan in my grow space to help control smell and mold during flowering. I didn't really have a heat issue before, in fact my temps were just about perfect at ~85 degrees F, and with the fan on they've dropped to the same temperature as the rest of my house, which is usually around 70 degrees. I know that temperature is one of the things that affects the rate of photosynthesis, and that higher is better up until the point that enzymes start to degrade, but I don't know how much of a difference 15 degrees makes in the real world. The grow is in my closet so it was making my room pretty hot and it's much cooler with the exhaust fan blowing so it would be nice to turn the fan on, but it's not essential during veg. I'm growing durban poison; it's a landrace that grows in an area with similar temps to my room without the fan.

Will dropping my temps negatively impact my grow and if so, by how much?
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Archie Bunwell - Wed, 20 Apr 2016 19:48:06 EST ID:Dyc9MIv2 No.142337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142335 no, just have it happen late at night while the plant sleeps, helps add soft stress to the roots, aiding in floral maturation
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Hugh Sallytin - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 16:27:34 EST ID:kUkFhWMg No.142341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142335
It makes no difference whatsoever even at really high red shift light


LEDs by Barnaby Hondleshaw - Tue, 29 Mar 2016 06:22:10 EST ID:DToZv3lR No.142218 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys

Im planning on starting a grow op with a friend, but was looking into lights and got lost.

Im going to plant 3 AK47 plants and was wondering if LED bulbs would be the most cost effective, because we're on a budget. I would assume they are not as good as the regular halogen lights, but would they do the same job if I had enough of them?

I also noticed online that some bulbs are labeled as "hydroponic". Now Im not using hydroponics, but would they work the same in other growth mediums?

I live in northern europe, so the lights will definitely be necessary.
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Jarvis Brebbletad - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 02:34:26 EST ID:KAv181Ai No.142301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142300
http://www.pacificlightconcepts.com/
http://www.tastyled.com/
http://www.gogreenleds.com/
https://www.amaretechnologies.com/

etc.
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Oliver Clammershit - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 11:50:11 EST ID:TSDS+Bd6 No.142314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142301
I actually Just installed the Roleardo 1200w COB LEDs. And I must say... my 3 week old that was just supported by windowsill sunlight till that point literally blew up within hours.
this stuff works!!!!! I think I'm going to keep it LED, it is just an overall better investment than HPS/MH and is much cleaner, easier to setup, and maintain!
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Basil Shittingfuck - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 15:52:57 EST ID:iin4g15k No.142316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142314
kek. I had a Roleadro "400w" two cob fixture, the cobs cracked in about a month. Shit lights, more heat than actual usable light.
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Rebecca Grimwill - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 17:53:44 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142316
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Hamilton Brollerfork - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 17:30:03 EST ID:TSDS+Bd6 No.142334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really don't know what you guys are saying about heat... There really is virtually 0 heat that comes from the unity. Nothing is above slightly past cool and the grow room is at a constant 70 degrees so... Just hope flowering is going to be ok xD


Vitamins by Juggernaut - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 13:46:45 EST ID:Zehjf3Tl No.142302 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am in no way an expert on plant nutrition. That being said, im aware of a couple fertilizer companies that add vitamins (superthrive, n4tg, hopefully most products with seaweed/kelp).

Id like to start a discussion specifically on the effect of vitamins (any and all of them), on cannabis, or plants in general if ur a plant physiologist of some sort. Ive found pieces of information on other threads/forums, but i thought vitamins might deserve their own thread.

Im pretty sure, from what ive found so fat at least, some b-vitamins help reduce stress and improve general health, not sure which one(s). B1 and/or b12 me thinks. Thats about all i got. Anyone feel like dropping some knowledge on the subject?
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Sophie Socklespear - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 14:20:52 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Plants indeed love seaweed, they grow stronger and healthier
One of the best fertilizers - FOR FREE (if you can collect it yourself)

Downside is gnats love it too.
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Juggernaut - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 14:25:02 EST ID:Zehjf3Tl No.142304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142303 thank u for confirming seaweed is good for plants, however im interested in vitamins, and started this thread to find more information on them, not so much the seaweed. Thank u (=
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Cornelius Bridgespear - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 14:57:49 EST ID:W23wZ1eq No.142331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A guy I used to know swore by adding Spirulina powder to his plants. It's a dehydrated algae rich in B-vitamins and other nutrients


Im growing parsnip in a bucket by Jenny Furringdurk - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 14:08:16 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142273 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Am i losing it ?
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Matilda Hicklebot - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 16:01:55 EST ID:7MQHtPnR No.142294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142273
Yes
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Alice Daddlepedging - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 05:28:54 EST ID:r0vAriuK No.142326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142273
its ok, i did it in a jar
parsnip is weird
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Martha Hettingwater - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:38:21 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I planted some from the store to get seeds for next season
They grow like crazy, maybe not so surprising with that big root


small closet grow by Samuel Seckleson - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:04:45 EST ID:tmLV3FyI No.142321 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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soup, /crops/ been away for a while now and recently started a mini grow in my closet with a 300w hps. figured i'd keep a little log here for old time sake

got some seeds from a friend - strain unknown. started them about 6 weeks ago via wet paper towel/plastic baggy then moved them to small soil pots. topped them after 6 nodes showed and am doing LST via bamboo sticks/rubber wire

i'll keep this bumped every week with some new pics

keep it SLAYER
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Samuel Seckleson - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:06:41 EST ID:tmLV3FyI No.142322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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also have some basil, cilantro, and italian parsley all from seed just for shits and variety sake
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Samuel Seckleson - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:07:27 EST ID:tmLV3FyI No.142323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Samuel Seckleson - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:08:22 EST ID:tmLV3FyI No.142324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


Air intake by Nigger Clayhall - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 13:31:47 EST ID:V/T4mSQ6 No.142264 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you guys handle air intake? I'm gonna buy grow equipment soon (4x4 tent) and it seems like you don't really need an intake fan, you just use those air vents at the bottom. But is that really enough? Also, do you keep them open 24/7? Doesn't that create a problem with light coming in when the lights are off?
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Jarvis Brebbletad - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 02:26:08 EST ID:KAv181Ai No.142299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142297
You can keep both the exhaust fan AND the filter outside the tent. The filter works just fine when you push air into instead of pulling air through it.
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Polly Boblinglin - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 00:04:13 EST ID:iOKDfLFd No.142306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142299

I've always been under the impression that you set up the carbon filter and the fan with the fan after the filter, pulling air through it.

Also remember that filters have a maximum CFM rating since the air has to stay in contact with the carbon for a certain amount of time to filter out smell properly.
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Graham Dobblechug - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 01:36:07 EST ID:PRpE9506 No.142307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142306
I've always kept my filter outside the tent, it's just easier to setup. No smell leaks, ever.
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Nigel Fimmerridge - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 10:31:55 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I noticed having the filter attached directly to the fan muffles the noise much better

Also these rubber hooks are really good for having the whole setup free floating removing any vibrations from the fan
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Nell Fonderridge - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 14:21:14 EST ID:oiyW5D+C No.142330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142299
Carbon filters stink in reverse, you need to put it inside the tent and suck air trough it.
>>142307
That can work, but with both the fan and filter outside and not being able to put a muffler behind the filter its gonna get pretty noisy


Flushing by David Wopperwere - Sat, 26 Mar 2016 22:28:42 EST ID:3NuJAxch No.142199 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My dealer sold me some weed thats super harsh and the ashes are all black; no grey ashes. I've heard that can mean the grower didn't properly "flush" their plants before harvesting. Is that true?


Is there any way I can make these buds taste a bit better or at least just burn better?

in b4 u got shitweed m8 :(
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Lillian Nomblestud - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 14:16:09 EST ID:JT39IcBf No.142281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142253
Flushing is only bullshit if you are organic, or a smart enough grower that doesn't overfeed bloom.

Also, your cholorphyl thing is straight wrong. I let me whole garden turn yellow, purple, etc... by cutting nutes at 46 days. This makes the leaves lose their green and then the buds smoke and taste better.
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Beatrice Mallyshaw - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 01:19:12 EST ID:H1XyAju/ No.142282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142281
That just sounds like a too long of a flush, I let my plants get yellow as well, but if you cut nutrients that early you'll only lower the aromas and definitely potency.
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Phoebe Clondlechat - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 11:03:03 EST ID:VTnIJmCj No.142285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142279
>And my friend could smell the nutrients in the smoke from the other side of the room
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Rebecca Sepperforth - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 13:27:24 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.142286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142285
Have you smelled cheap nutes ?
They smell like chemical ass.
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Matilda Hicklebot - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 16:01:32 EST ID:7MQHtPnR No.142293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142286
Lol yes... Sex


Vases by Barnaby Clammerman - Wed, 13 Apr 2016 13:56:33 EST ID:yFxGI942 No.142290 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Vases, anons, vases.

One anon of the /weed/ told me this vase it's a big pile of shit to grow weed. So what a good vase needs to be a good vase?

I'm planing my first grow and not finding this information in the internet.
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Jack Gillerhetch - Wed, 13 Apr 2016 18:07:01 EST ID:ARA1jfac No.142291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you don't want a vase faggot you want a pot, get Smartpots or Airpots if you want something good or just use any old pot, only faggots use and talk about vases.

you should probably do a lot more research if you want to be successful.
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Matilda Hicklebot - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 16:00:37 EST ID:7MQHtPnR No.142292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142291
Or maybe you shouldn't be such a pretentious ass


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