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first timer here by Frederick Charryfuck - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:42:41 EST ID:Z1KbXaJ+ No.138521 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just want to sing to my plants to make them better also how do I grow? I have a bunch of garbage that I want to use to make like troughts with dirt and water for fertilizer to grow like 20-30 of the things, with just and ass load of stolen light bulbs of all kinds, get bak to me. thanks? :)
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David Cickleshaw - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 19:36:08 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nice cat
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Beatrice Gacklepotch - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 02:10:01 EST ID:+JRYTOPF No.138558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138521
yes


Spring is Coming by Fuck Bollyson - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 09:31:18 EST ID:TvdwjF+6 No.138553 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any canadian outdoor growers up for swapping tricks?
I grew a couple plants indoors a few years plus i know enough plant bio to know how plants like to live but what im curious about is things like climate and location. My rough idea is to just find some crown land in the north way in the boonies (in ontario) then get a few strains of seeds, assume some will be duds, and just go for strength in variation. Id check on them ever once and a while but for the most part Id want to be able to just let them do their thing. like last time this would just be a personal supply/fun thing to learn so im not looking to do anything crazy/large scale, more just a few plants scattered here and there. Id look for fairly fertile, soft, and moist ground (i remember how much water these fuckers drank near the end of the season), and go for areas which are semi shaded yet still have lots of of direct sunlight during the day (im thinking of small clearing in forests or the like). What do you guys think? decent plan? idiotic plan? love to hear any suggestions
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Isabella Hullystone - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 16:50:21 EST ID:Ipx7+udB No.138554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138553
alright you should look for strains that suit your location but I guess you thought about that already
look for a slope facing south so your plants are getting optimum light
look out for the soil if you are unsure you can always dig a hole and change it with quality shit
get some knowledge about plants that indicate the quality of the soil like stinging nettles will grow on nitrogen rich soil or that conifers usually means that the soil is quite acidic to name two examples
also look out for animales and slugs


LED lights by Cyril Bovingtack - Mon, 16 Feb 2015 22:28:18 EST ID:VR2sb2ne No.138419 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Give me the skinny on all things LED. I want to have a good grow lamp, I'd like to avoid the heat plumes and the high energy cost of HIDs. I have a small outdoor shed that is in risk of getting too hot. Even with fans, I'd like to avoid the extra heat of HID lamps.

So what am I looking for? Is this even possible? I've had some veteran growers tell me that LEDs are useless and a waste of money for growing weed. Why might that be? A full spectrum grow lamp is what I'm after, right? One site even told me that I should get a LED set up with UV lights--wouldn't that hurt the plant more than anything else?
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Reuben Blatherridge - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 22:35:58 EST ID:tKpLtb0O No.138548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138547
not aliexpress, a good place with Cree and Philips
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Nathaniel Trotforth - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 22:47:35 EST ID:es2YjNrb No.138549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138548
They do sell cree and luxeon
You must know what you want to find it on ali
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Barnaby Poggletene - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 02:54:28 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138542
All the plants I've seen grown under the HS1 are stretched out shit plants. Don't believe the hype, it's way over priced for what it does (is able to do..)
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Priscilla Dremmlewater - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 04:50:39 EST ID:kM9DIgI7 No.138551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138550
That sucks man
Im very impressed with the performance of my home made led light
I will probably build a larger one in the future
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Reuben Blatherridge - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 07:05:58 EST ID:tKpLtb0O No.138552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is the exact same light as the first Dutch Passion LED offering, except they called it the "Highlite 006" and it had a white case.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Dual-Switching-Apollo-6-led-grow-light-Three-kind-of-adjustable-lighting-power-mode-For-Indoor/1721267368.html


Magic Mushroom growing by Isabella Gimmlenare - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 01:07:29 EST ID:8kr3G9rX No.138457 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /crops/ I wasn't sure if this thread should be here or under psychedelic drugs, but I just wanted to play it safe since it's more related to the growing of magic mushrooms. First off, I just want to say that I've never grown anything in my life other than bean plants in middle-school, so I'm not up to par with agricultural terms and whatnot.

Anyway, I want to grow magic mushrooms and I'm considering buying a grow kid from Midwest Growkits. I just want to hear what you guys have to say about this. Is it gonna work? Is it safe? is there maybe another growkit dealer that's better? Any suggestions while growing? etc. etc. Any thoughts on the subject is appreciated :)

pic related, it's the kit i'm planning to buy. the "Simple Mushroom Grow Kit" from midwestgrowkits
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Jack Hinderlock - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 07:58:52 EST ID:Z6iNUQou No.138476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138475

Ah okay, thank you very much once again. I'll be sure to share my progress in the future :)
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Emma Mambletudge - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:22:51 EST ID:zIoCrqEl No.138510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Infected or okay?
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Leprechronic !ypaJvP0mRQ - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 21:28:06 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138510
Hm. They look ok, and I'll tell you why; those look like pinheads that are forming into fruiting bodies, which are smashing against the side of the glass.
Still, there's always a possibility that it's an infection.
My advice is to wait a few days. You'll know if they're pinheads, because they'll look like mushrooms starting to smash against the glass.
This image is the perfect example. If those spots start looking like this, scrape em off when you birth em. If the colouration just kind of spreads, without taking a cap form, it's infected, and would be wise to toss.
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Beatrice Pidgehack - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:42:40 EST ID:RNPluIeZ No.138520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just to get a bit of insight, around how many ounces (if an ounce at all) of edible shrooms can be yielded from 6 cakes assuming they are flushed 4 times each?
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Leprechronic !ypaJvP0mRQ - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:56:15 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138520
Well, good luck getting 4 flushes; cakes usually don't last that long. Six cakes, at 3 flushes each, might get you somewhere between 14g to an ounce and a half. Honestly, it's really hard to say with PF tek. Conditions are somewhat difficult to manage. I find it easier with more cakes; I had a chamber with 12 half pint cakes for my first grow, and got about 2 flushes out of each cake before mold started taking hold. I got roughly 2 ounces.

I don't like to do PF tek anymore, because of its unreliable yields, and how maintaining you have to be about those conditions. Don't get me wrong; I can get the most stubborn of cakes to fruit, but the effort compared to the yield is just pitiful compared to a monotub bulk grow. But I digress; once you birth those cakes, let me know if you've got problems, and I can help you. As for the yield? That's going to be completely variable. Cakes that were about an inch or less apart from each other pinned and fruited more than cakes that were farther from each other or the sides (which is why I find more cakes to be easier, because they're much closer to each other). The reason is the microclimate that is created between the cakes; more humidity is required for pins to form.


My babies by Whitey Singerlore - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 06:21:55 EST ID:OmzvsSAi No.136936 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>>136925

i have 200 images from seedlings to full flowered plants, here is a little teaste if anyones interested
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Simon Mummlelutch - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 03:43:09 EST ID:qxTvheHj No.138508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fuckin awesome thread
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Emma Mambletudge - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:37:56 EST ID:zIoCrqEl No.138511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137920
I use neem oil and it works great.
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Rebecca Grandbury - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 04:46:13 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You could get awesome results if you'd get proper lights. CDMs, PL-Ls, LEDs.. basically anything that isn't CFL.

Yes, CFLs make your buds have more trichome coverage than say a HPS, but CFL buds are never as potent as buds grown under high light intensity.
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William Grandwater - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 13:48:57 EST ID:6U4d1Eme No.138518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>137020
good point
This has always pissed me off, look how much of the spiral that blocks itself compared to a regular straight tube.

Worst design ever
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Emma Mommlesodge - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 15:22:07 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138518
That is true, however to a certain extent light can pass through the tubes to the other side. Yes some of it gets absorbed but not all of it or they would be completely useless.

PL-Ls are way better then household CFLs. They aren't more expensive if you buy them at the right place.


How to put those lights there by Albert Grimfoot - Mon, 06 Oct 2014 08:15:42 EST ID:4Hkgt6AE No.136418 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Weed got way too expensive where I live and I'm going to start to grow. The thing is, I've got everything I need except I don't know how to install the lights in it and I haven't been able to find a decent tutorial. I'm gonna go buy all my shit in the afternoon, I'll post some pictures later when my box is ready (80x60x80) and I'll buy and install the lights in the afternoon.
I need to start this week if I wanna have something for vacations in January and February.
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Doris Hummerkot - Wed, 18 Feb 2015 23:09:47 EST ID:XgV/9w5k No.138455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138106
>>138112
>>138114
>>138170
back again
progress report
1 month into flowering my firsts.

This one was the favorite and always the biggest.
but now a month after flowing, leaves are turning yellow from the bottom up.

This has grown very slowly, but not bad as a first attempt.
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Doris Hummerkot - Wed, 18 Feb 2015 23:18:07 EST ID:XgV/9w5k No.138456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138455
the other one however, the one that got crushed by a cat food bowl as a seedling, is about half the height, but much thicker and bushier.

a few burnt tips are actually light burns from when it grew too fast one night and was touching the lightbulbs before I woke up.

although ive spotted a single leaf telling of nute deficiency
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Eugene Wibbernod - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:19:37 EST ID:9qx0C+vf No.138515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey guys, OP here. After 4 months, auto makka 47 is ready, and it looks greats. I cut the big buds only, I hope the smaller ones will grow now.
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Rebecca Grandbury - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:28:01 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138515

What made you think that the plant was ripe? That pic doesn't look even close to being ripe (white stigmas everywhere)
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Eugene Wibbernod - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:40:33 EST ID:9qx0C+vf No.138517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138516
I know it wasn't ripe, it was just too big for my indoor system, thats why I cut the big buds only so that the rest of the buds grow bigger.


Start-Up Costs by Whitey Hebberstene - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 22:47:38 EST ID:K00sooDs No.138472 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, it looks like my state is going to pass a medical marijuana amendment with homegrow rules. Now, election day is nine months off so I have plenty of time to spend, but I don't really know where to begin. I only really want a plant for my own personal use. What kind of funds should I save for a simple 1 or 2 plant grow, for personal use?
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Eliza Hudgebadging - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 23:55:57 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.138473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138472

$1,000-$2,000 if you want to do it right and not fuck with budget shit.
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Doris Summlewill - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 13:13:26 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It depends on how you want to grow.
You basically have two options: All year long (preferably) in a custom build box with an extra motherplant/clone section or once a year (preferably) in a tent from fem seeds or bought clones.

The most popular option is a 400W HPS with a tent, once a year, costs about $500 with the basic stuff.
If you want more variety build a box with 250W HPS and 2x24W T5 for clones/bonsai mums. Costs vary, but don't try to get it cheaper than the $500 figure.
Things you should buy in high quality are: Reflector, Carbon Filter, Fan, Ballast, Soil
Things you can save money on: Reflective walls (White paint works fine), Bulbs (a most basic HPS /T5 bulb works just as fine), Nutrients and stuff (the premium stuff is just for bragging rights, and cheap nutrients are easier to use as a beginner), Pots and other planting related stuff.
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Doris Dovingworth - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 03:27:45 EST ID:iVggRvLX No.138507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just build a tent and stick 6 dank plants in there


Son, are you growing marijuanas again by Angus Pommermot - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 10:32:54 EST ID:BrrgMznv No.137833 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, first time grower here. I planted an auto ak seed a while ago, 3 weeks must have passed since that moment. The plant is quite allright, but I have a couple of concerns.
Is it ok for the plant to get 15 centimeters high in 3 weeks? Isn't that slow? Btw, the plant already has female sex signs.
Leaves are broad and healthy, but couple of them are bent. They used to be like that since they appeared, and they are grown now, they seem ok, but does this mean that I'm doing something wrong?
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Phineas Famblecocke - Wed, 18 Feb 2015 09:20:39 EST ID:XgV/9w5k No.138451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138425
To learn from your mistakes?
Duh.

To those who don't have weed all the time, weed is weed.
The satisfaction of smoking something you grew yourself is almost as good as the smoke itself.
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Phineas Bungerdock - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 03:48:41 EST ID:83IDUXBL No.138460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I grew mid seeds outside. just a few females. Its not like it grew in bricks like it came in. it was nice. people would consider it dank even though i had to pick it early.
>>138425
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Thomas Fongerdut - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 19:43:15 EST ID:D1Z0n92Y No.138490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138460
just this
you can get almost every strain that is out there in existence to grow dank
what you guys consider "mids" is just poorly grown or badly handled and processed, it has nothing to do with the genetics
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Basil Herringbanks - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 02:44:29 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138490
>it has nothing to do with genetics
Well, yes and no. It's like this;

Seed A has strong genetics. It was breed for high THC production, high yield, etc. Seed A is being handled by an amateur; the amateur gives the seed improper nutrients, lighting, etc. While not a bad job, it was clear the rookie could have done better; Seed A has produced about high-mid grade bud.

Seed B has poor genetics; THC production is naturally low, yield is poor, etc. However, Seed B is under the care of a master, and the master gives Seed B the best environment is could possibly have. Seed B produces a high-mid grade bud.

Switch the seeds between the growers, so the rookie has Seed B and the master has Seed A, and you've got radically different grades of bud, the master producing the "someone-shat-in-my-face" smelling bud, while the rookier harvested something barely smokeable.

These are purely hypothetical situations I'm presenting; I'm trying to frame Nature Vrs. Nurture (genetics vrs. environment) into a way that works into the conversation. That said, if some bud is being grown to smoke, it probably has fairly sound genetics; the seeds from some Mexican brick can turn into passable dro; the mother simply had a poor environment in which to try and produce in. But you're much better off using seeds bred over generations of careful selection. Genetics doesn't have nothing to do with it, because it's basically the mapped potential of an individual organism for anything that it can possibly achieve.
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Hannah Bardhall - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 04:50:12 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138490
Genetics are very important. But a shitty grower can turn good genetics into shit bud, this happens to me everytime I pass on clones.


First time grower - by Jarvis Brellyson - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 06:17:19 EST ID:B6iNdTO1 No.138291 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just had a few quick questions, going to try my first grow outdoors the a UK similar climate.

  • Do i need a special lamp to put a 125w CFL bulb in
  • I plan on starting them in a Dome Propagator (they will be auto-flowering) at what point should i start taking them outside, i will then bring them in over night, how long should i do this before i then leave them outside all the time as not to shock them.
  • Any tips will be very appreciated such as good outdoor uk strains, looking for indica high THC autoflowering fems.
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Jarvis Nishwack - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 06:37:12 EST ID:48G5S4Na No.138293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't have much experience, but im pretty sure that its not a very good idea to take them back inside once you have taken them outside.
Do you take them into your backyard or out in to the woods or something?
Autos tend to finish before photosensitive strains, so you can just take them outside when you're sure that the weather is warm enough at night.
Bomb Seeds claims that their Berry Bomb is very mold resistant, so it's suited for colder climates. Also its autoflowering.
I live in a colder climate than UK, and I was planning on getting Think Different, Auto Berry Bomb, Auto THC Bomb, maybe some Lowryders and some random auto strains from local hippies that have good genetics for outdoors.
Not even going to bother with photosensitive strains.
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Henry Trotridge - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 11:52:52 EST ID:dcwjZY1e No.138295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You dont need a 125watt lamp to hatch a few seeds
Also dont wait to long to transplant them, cannabis got a badass taproot and outgrow a regular seedling pot in notime.
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Cornelius Goffingshaw - Sat, 07 Feb 2015 13:43:15 EST ID:+YhOif/P No.138343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138295
Kk, any tips? (or anyone got any tips / good read for outdoor grows pref' UK climate)
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Reuben Doshchine - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 08:33:38 EST ID:MIt1A0w1 No.138477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if you are going to outdoor grow do it the entire duration. If you are going to indoor, do it the entire duration. Moving the plant between conditions is hazardous to the plant and will result in delayed growth and also may result in death.
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Thomas Fongerdut - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 19:36:44 EST ID:D1Z0n92Y No.138489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138477
wtf are you talking about
it's a common method to pre grow them indoors under bulbs until they reach a certain height and transplant them outdoors


Little PSA: Shake your grain jars after MS innoc. by Sophie Tootwater - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 11:28:36 EST ID:4UvsBNqN No.138486 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Seriously. 2 controls. One shaken. 10 days after innoc.


Mold by Phineas Sorrydale - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 14:40:38 EST ID:HsXtKdMF No.138466 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep getting mold on my plants
This is the second time i have to throw it away
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Fucking Sannerforth - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 15:45:21 EST ID:OOgbVDtk No.138467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
reduce the humidity, burn sulfur to kill spores, maintain cleanliness, filter the intake, refresh the air, get mold resistant strains, don't clone a moldy plant.
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Lydia Hundlestune - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 20:00:56 EST ID:dK4/qgFM No.138471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138466
buy a dehumidifyer, i got an older one on craigslist for $50, end of my mold/ humidity problems and i live in the PNW, outside humidity around here is almost always 80% and above

if you are a crazy tweeker diy type like me you can even make one from an old refrigerator
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Beatrice Niggerway - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 01:14:42 EST ID:x9T2BWQu No.138474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
airflow my man
get an osculating fan and make sure your changing the air in your grow space at least once every 10 minutes
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Molly Droppersudging - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 17:53:01 EST ID:AEbZ5bn6 No.138479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
apparently the mold is called tricomes and supposed to be there lol
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Hugh Futtingchock - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 22:20:13 EST ID:5kVBBTsR No.138483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138479
I don't think op was referring to the picture. No one's that dumb.


green houses in africa by Albert Snoddale - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 13:42:19 EST ID:Fg+hpzRU No.138464 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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why is it that they don't build green houses in africa? they have polluted waters but irrigation with even the most basic filtration systems could make it viable..

why not help them help themselves rather than wasting all the resources to help them?
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Ernest Hacklefack - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 14:23:44 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually they do, at least in places where the local warlord doesn't take away that too.
Not related to botany
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