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Advice? by Eliza Murdville - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 18:06:04 EST ID:ZRNtT4bf No.133053 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Noticed some discolorations on some of my leaves, anyone know what could be causing this? I recently tested the pH of my water at around 8.2, I'm assuming this could be part of the problem? Thanks everyone
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Eliza Murdville - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 18:07:53 EST ID:ZRNtT4bf No.133054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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another plant
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James Smallworth - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 22:14:33 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.133055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133053

pH should be 6 or so
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Martha Degglebanks - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 09:57:43 EST ID:c+ouxne0 No.133081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133055
6.5


Soil Mix Recipes by Phineas Seddleford - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 13:42:27 EST ID:Lf+suDUP No.133048 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was about to plant some seeds and realised that I don't have any coir, which I like to add to my seedling mixes. Is it essential to a good seedling mix or can I use a substitute?
Stuff I have in my shed is:
multipurpose compost
sand
peat moss
perlite
vermiculite
manure
blood and bone powder
Also I have some lime powder for adjusting ph, but no way of testing the ph. How do I do this without a ph meter?

Please give me your best soil recipes for cannabis seedlings, then for the veg/flower stage once I put them in bigger pots. If needed I will wait to get some coir but I kind of want to get them started now.
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Ernest Barddale - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 14:26:14 EST ID:ALPIH15i No.133049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
human urine works pretty well, so theres another for your list.
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Hedda Pallycocke - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 16:51:58 EST ID:ez3XFiKA No.133050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can always start your seeds in just a damp paper towel, then plant in coir a few days later when they germinated
Its how i've always done it
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Barnaby Besslehood - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 17:24:22 EST ID:yKSCRnD/ No.133062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I use a black compact soil w sand and mix in about 1/4 perlite
Mini greenhouse to "steam" the seeds open w under heat about 30c
When they hatch i move them out,
This has given me close to a 100% germination rate.
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Sidney Fuckingdale - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 15:58:32 EST ID:aeaASrpE No.133078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use a 1:1 mix of potting soil and mushroom compost, mixed 50/50 with perlite.

So, I guess 1:1:2 ratio of soils/compost/perlite.

Always works very, very well.


So I'm looking for a simple, back-to-basics, step-by-step guide for the first time home grower. by William Pittshaw - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 15:12:15 EST ID:vjSmwAq7 No.133061 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Online and free. And yet, for the life of me, I can't find one. Could anyone be kind enough to link me?
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Hedda Dogglefen - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 21:40:17 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.133065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTiwmiatH9g

it's outdated, but he covers all the basics of what a plant needs. You'll need to do a lot more research besides watching a youtube video or reading a pdf, though.
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George Tillingdale - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 02:29:44 EST ID:uNgSScSD No.133072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133061
http://www.erowid.org/plants/cannabis/cannabis_cultivation.shtml
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George Lightford - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 04:45:41 EST ID:vjSmwAq7 No.133076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133065
>>133072

Thanks a ton guys.


Seed Banks by Simon Murddock - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 20:15:45 EST ID:R3pzHDbc No.133063 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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wats good /crops/?

I'm looking for good, reliable seed banks online that ship to the US, any recommendations?
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Jenny Pickdale - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 22:28:32 EST ID:U6O1P3hL No.133067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133064
Don't forget https://www.cannabis-seeds-bank.co.uk/
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 22:34:10 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133067
I prefer to buy from the ones I listed, attitude is just a little wal-mart like for my tase and they run out of stock on the good seeds wayyyy too quick.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 22:35:56 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133064
also its
http://cannacollective.co.uk/seedshop/ ****
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 22:37:57 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is also why I don't buy off attitude;

$77
http://cannacollective.co.uk/seedshop/index.php?route=product/product&path=45&product_id=462

$108
https://www.cannabis-seeds-bank.co.uk/karma-genetics-brotherhood-og/prod_3895.html

Speaking of which I'm buying a pack of those right now fuck yeah. Need some brotherhood og in my life.
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Simon Murddock - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 23:25:11 EST ID:R3pzHDbc No.133071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thank you, everyone. (nb, unrelated) I'm shopping for an outdoor shed setup. I plan on growing outdoors in a shed built of truck pallets. My major problem is finding a source of electricity without spending a fortune on generators.


oh hi guise by oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Tue, 01 Apr 2014 19:43:29 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.132900 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how you been?
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 20:41:30 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Phyllis Honeyford - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 12:45:11 EST ID:sVVuO5DO No.133019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>133009
nice plants dood
off topic, but do you remember NiggaLordCumMasterExcellent by any chance OG?
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 16:14:10 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133019
Thats funny, that looks like some herb I asked someone the name of the other day and he was like "oh I dunno, good shit" and I was all "yeah man, nice" - now I know it was NiggaLordCumMasterExcellent.
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William Nicklestone - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 02:01:26 EST ID:sVVuO5DO No.133041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133021
pfff, nah
The bud is a random nice pic I saved. NLCME was a user on these boards a few years back. Hysterical dood, trolled the shit out of /weed/ on occasion but the mod's enjoyed him so no bans.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Fri, 11 Apr 2014 00:01:11 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133041
Dang I wonder where he went, so far I'm pretty sure I'm the only person on crops who has figured out how to trip and remembered. Everyone else just writes their name for every post it seems. You have to admit though, niggalordcummasterexcellent would be a really badass name for a strain.


looking good by SA GrowGuy - Thu, 03 Apr 2014 14:20:21 EST ID:l/dPTZb+ No.132937 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A sizeable beast no doubt.
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Whitey Bozzlekat - Sat, 05 Apr 2014 19:47:28 EST ID:CNCK4LzE No.132974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can only imagine how excited you must me. I'd be super paranoid about somebody finding it or something. How tall is that lady?
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Soviet Psychonaut - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:20:45 EST ID:XGYaKJyx No.132986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn. I know that cannabis is considered a woody plant but jesus fuck man, how's Jamaica this time of year lol

Without being specific what climate/latitude you at? That shit is impressive
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Molly Smallstone - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 22:18:53 EST ID:4DpMYp/E No.132991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132986
he's in south africa
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Reuben Backlebanks - Mon, 07 Apr 2014 20:48:29 EST ID:HPZW4/V+ No.132996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132986
I think I saw something that said a lot of Jamaican weed is largely shorter indica's.
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Jack Croddledere - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 22:56:17 EST ID:VOe+6KhO No.133033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That is BEAUTIFUL op
WOW
jeez now I want legalization even more...imagine how great it must smell there without even harvesting


250W @30K by Esther Dartson - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 21:45:25 EST ID:z3OjNlg9 No.133030 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep reading contradicting "facts" about how much light a 3x3 foot growroom needs, some say a 400W HPS, some say it can be done with a 150 MH, shits retarded.
Using 250W because lower cost, the threat of being busted by the electrical bill is very real in my country.
Now assuming i have a growroom in the dimensions of 3x3x6 feet. would a 250W HPS be enough to completely grow 4-5 plants?
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Phineas Nicklestone - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 22:19:28 EST ID:aeaASrpE No.133031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly no. 4 larger plants maximizing green space and canopy in a slightly smaller box will I,no yield better and more than 6 plants in a 3x3 space. Get an air cooled hood and keep the light close either way, and lollipop all the lower buds.
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Esther Dartson - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 22:29:18 EST ID:z3OjNlg9 No.133032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133031
Thank you.
was planning to grow some small indica clones and SoG it, so i figured i could use 6 or so plants.
might SCroG a larger plant or two, but mainly lots of small ones.
Might dabble in Autoflowers as well, got a few Sweet Tooth auto seeds as a gift from a friend.
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John Hannerdud - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 07:17:00 EST ID:19uJKPRR No.133045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133031
>4 larger plants maximizing green space and canopy in a slightly smaller box will I,no yield better and more than 6 plants in a 3x3 space
I ... what?
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Jack Sammleford - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 23:13:05 EST ID:UZJxTBUs No.133056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>133045
I can't make sense of it either.


Plant grafting by Basil Clabberchudging - Mon, 07 Apr 2014 13:20:52 EST ID:AAtF/QS6 No.132994 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a sort of hypothesis for you all. If you look at the family that Cannabis is under (Cannabaceae), you'll notice it also contains the genus Celtis, or hackberry. These are basically huge, resilient trees that happen to grow in areas that are not really conducive to outdoor growing of weed. Now, I know that several different genera can be grafted, provided they're in the same family (look at apples within their family, or the citrus family), but my question is whether or not that holds true for ANY type of species in a family.

I mean, the idea is that people use resilient rootstocks to grow plants in zones normally not hospitable to the plant. Is it possible to graft weed to a hackberry tree somehow? If so, this would pretty much eliminate the need to water or worry about nutrients/soil, as the host plant would provide for that.

Pic somewhat related, as I could imagine some sort of LST/tying would be necessary to promote real flower production.
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Hedda Faddleked - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 04:05:55 EST ID:QWy6IFUi No.133000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132994
Pretty sure all citrus fruit grafted are in the same genus whilst cross genera grafting is as rare as shit. I dunno though.
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Ebenezer Blerringbanks - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 16:47:26 EST ID:fEuTNMTb No.133004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you can graft cannabis to hops.
There's no reason to though.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 19:24:24 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.133006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132994
Thats a really interesting idea OP, if you have an outdoor location to grow to test your idea I think you should definitely pursue it. Shit, if you pulled it off I would be tempted to send you elite California clones to see them grown out in a haggard environment - but I would never do something like that, because the rules and such.. The thought of some mountain grown Valley OG in some european cold front kind of makes my cock hard.
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Nigger Bollyfare - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 02:26:09 EST ID:4DpMYp/E No.133015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>133004
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Nicholas Trotbury - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 04:14:09 EST ID:c+ouxne0 No.133018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132994
It's a damn interesting idea. It certainly sounds possible but not without it's difficulties. For example using a root stock would be out of the question I believe due to the cambium affecting the vascular structure. However if you were to graft onto the new growth of a more mature tree then it's seems more likely compatible.

I am a first year agricultural student with a little bit of plant science behind me. If you have any questions I can ask some of the professors for you.


Shroomery Shananigans by Frederick Mennerdock - Mon, 24 Mar 2014 21:17:40 EST ID:7HcsS7ya No.132740 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ive tripped on the magic mushies a number of times, but I'm a complete noob in terms of cultivation. It's always
so hard to find a good source for shrooms in this without getting skimped out. So i had this crazy Idea to grow my own shrooms. I could make some cash and it sounds like a fun experience! Iv'e done some research but I'm still skeptical as to where I should grow them and what method would be best. I'd like to start with somthing small that wont take to long to produce a few ounces give or take. Answers/Tips/Advice/Comments much appreciated! thanks
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Jack Fagglestock - Sun, 30 Mar 2014 09:57:26 EST ID:Az0rFH93 No.132851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132850
I asked you questions so that i could give you advice, you did not answer these questions, way to shoot your foot and put it in your mouth.

PS try to dissociate your ego from the jar, my observations of the jar were not attacks on you
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Jack Fagglestock - Sun, 30 Mar 2014 10:03:37 EST ID:Az0rFH93 No.132852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132850
Ps dont put them in the aquarium, if ts not fully colonized it will DEFINITELY contaminate outside the sterility of the jar

you clearly need to do a lot more research, go to shroomery and use the search function, every question known to man has been answered
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Jack Fagglestock - Sun, 30 Mar 2014 10:11:58 EST ID:Az0rFH93 No.132853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Comment>>132850
and heres another thing, dont put the jar on the side, it will disturb the vermiculite layer on the top increasing likely hood of contam
nb
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Ma babys - Sun, 30 Mar 2014 10:39:19 EST ID:oK1n3Cdd No.132854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132852
ty
I think they are not so bad i opened a more colonized one its just the first one cuz ive been taking it out a lot
Idk for two weeks its not bad i will post some more photos
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Edward Fiddlelidging - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 11:52:28 EST ID:kGGpmd8C No.133003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132854

You probably need to start over, and you definitely need to stop messing with the jars. Disturbing them is a big mistake.


Plants which can grow in darkness by Martin Faffingkidging - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 07:34:52 EST ID:7/sDihjk No.132243 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have room without windows where I would like to have some plants (I wanted it to be ferns) in big number (see picture (sorry about the mess) - like a green wall); I like the smell of the air when plants are around and it's my bedroom... so, as there are no windows and only light sources are lamps... some light comes from the other room (I have 3-metres-wide door and it's always open, it's very bright now but usually it's dark in there) but I think it's too little. But still, what can I grow there? I could invest in some sun-like light bulbs but I don't want to ruin my income (electricity bills) with plants. ;-)
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Doris Grimbanks - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 21:22:18 EST ID:QHoI6jjA No.132260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>132253
Wild enough for you ?
i was just a suggestion
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Sidney Nemblegold - Sun, 09 Mar 2014 20:34:41 EST ID:V2ajjMDA No.132506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I KNOW THE PERFECT PLANT I JUST CANT THINK OK IT
IT IS DAMAGED IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT HAS BIG LEAVES AND IS A DARK GREEN
i think it grows in caves
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Wesley Wullyridge - Mon, 10 Mar 2014 13:30:35 EST ID:7ez0VXfX No.132512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Salvia likes it shady
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Lydia Gennerstone - Wed, 12 Mar 2014 04:01:06 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.132547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>132243
Peace lily, I have two right here. Only FLOWERING plant that I know of that prefers the shade.
Ferns are a nice choice but they will drop those damn spores which will get everywhere from butt crack to sock draw. That's why you rarely see people keep them indoors.
The spider plant is a nice suggestion but I would also suggest the curly variety, much prettier and bushier rather than droopy.
Last suggestion is Ivy, you can get variegated and tricolor varieties just to fill in the gaps. Not much training required, I've seen these grow over glass!
All these suggestions love shade and require no lamp. Good luck.
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Barnaby Debberlock - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 02:57:39 EST ID:QYRQgVFM No.132999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Philodendron


Grow boxes by Fucking Croshlidging - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 16:18:47 EST ID:2fHDfYCB No.132988 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So who makes a good grow cabinet for $500 or less? Would it be worth it for an absolute newb who needs a discrete system?
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Shitting Ciddlekone - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 19:08:26 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.132989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buying a grow cabinet isn't very discreet. Going to home depot and buying a sheet of plywood and some screws is discreet. They'll even cut it into whatever size panels you want. Get creative!
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Charles Pommercocke - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 20:45:07 EST ID:uy5GueVv No.132990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
IKEA© PAX

Perfect for a 250W self supplier system.
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Martha Bracklefoot - Mon, 07 Apr 2014 12:18:55 EST ID:2fHDfYCB No.132993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132990
What kind of hydroponic system would you recommend for that type of setup?
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Charles Pommercocke - Mon, 07 Apr 2014 13:21:33 EST ID:uy5GueVv No.132995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132993
DWC or ebb and flow both work great. And they are the cheapest to build. There are plenty of containers which fit the wardrobe exactly (even from ikea).


Cut the top off on chil or not ? by Caroline Dunkinbury - Tue, 01 Apr 2014 13:40:33 EST ID:G8taXZmg No.132885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I get mixed info from the net
Yes - bushier plant
No- Not needed delays flowers and fruit.
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Esther Blappercocke - Tue, 01 Apr 2014 14:27:04 EST ID:U6O1P3hL No.132887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132885
Really depends on what you want(size wise) and the time frame you want the plant to finish up... I only do it if there is not enough vertical space between the plant and the light, and frankly, it helps keep the plant healthier and not burn up
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Caroline Dunkinbury - Tue, 01 Apr 2014 15:40:38 EST ID:G8taXZmg No.132891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was thinking bushier = more branches = more fruit
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Esther Blappercocke - Tue, 01 Apr 2014 18:31:20 EST ID:U6O1P3hL No.132896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132891
Yes and no, it's all dependent on the strain and the amount of light that each node gets... more light = more photosynthesis = more energy for plant to grow and bud out... bushier does not always mean more fruit, leaves can block sites from getting adequate light to penetrate through the canopy
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David Pittdock - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 02:34:52 EST ID:q+eLzy9Z No.132979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132885
I guess you are a first timer growing chillies. I love chillies so am happy to answer any questions you may have. The answer to your questions is yes with an if and no with a but, sorry. However you may at least learn something.
Depending on the cultivar and other variables a chilli plant with divide at the 9th, 10th or 11th node. From that point of division and each subsequent point of division is where a chilli plant will produce flowers. At the plants first point of division it is common practice to remove the flowers before they fruit to encourage more fruit at the later divisions.
Now in answer to your question it also depends on whether you intend to over winter or not.
Yes, by removing the apical meristem you will encourage branching but they will still require require a set number of nodes before division which will take a fair while. If you don't intend to grow beyond this year then this isn't advisable.
No, but if you require a shorter bushier plant then it's really your best option. Having said that there are short bushy cultivars which you may consider but if you are growing under a light or over wintering then topping should be fine.

Hope this answers your question.
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Nicholas Fanford - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 15:52:54 EST ID:b1lJ9DkV No.132987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>132979
Very informative, thanks


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