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posting online by Archie Peshdock - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 12:11:00 EST ID:RI3CAJS5 No.135012 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i'm probably not the first one to ask this but is nobody hesitant to post here?
i mean this website is definitely monitored, idk to what extend but it's not off the radar.

while this is a slow board, it still has people posting about their grows with pictures and all. does nobody think this is kinda risky?
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 22:32:23 EST ID:haZFs6X1 No.135025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The government typically goes after the big bucks. If you're running a large-scale grow op, I don't recommend posting pictures anywhere online. But if you just want to grow a few plants for personal use, nobody will bother to dig for your personal information.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:49:33 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Think about it this way, it costs a lot of money to do in depth cyber surveillance on people, and if you're not a terrorist, a lot of red tape. Despite PRISM gathering huge amounts of macrodata, they're looking for "terrorists" and political dissidents/dirt against the political opponents of whatever regime is using it at the time, not low scale weed growers.

Drugs in general aren't even a priority for the likes of FBI, or most agencies who would be operating any sort of cyber surveillance. Ever seen The Wire? Remember when the FBI guy tells McNulty that he can't help him with the Stringer Bell case because drugs just aren't a priority anymore? Its like that but even more so nowadays.

And we don't even mass distribute heroin or kill people, at least I hope no one here does, haha.
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Lillian Sindletit - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 04:25:20 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.135033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135030
PRISM is a scraper and stores info. The previous technology for sorting intelligence simply can't handle the complexity at that quantity. Echelon was supposedly an advanced wire tap filtering key words but now people have more anonymity and the information is so eclectic it's a near impossible job. However we know thanks to leaks that PRISM has data stored as far back as 15 years and it isn't stopping. In time it's possible they will develop the technology to mine the data to a point where local officer Joe Bloggs can run requests for petty shit in his area and be given identifying data and posted evidence. This will most likely come as a profile where they match your browser ident, image exif and writing style. Not to mention any alias you use or even your real name if you're stupid enough to post that anywhere on the web. It's funny how 20 years ago public information said to never give out your details, then when PRISM was conceived all the companies wanted your real info, they can't sell that, only your activity but the NSA sure appreciate it.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:11:56 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135033
Giving customer's data to the NSA seems to have financial benefits for the companies who do so. Look at the enormous fucking tax breaks Google and Facebook get. Not that I'm saying they're directly getting kickbacks from the government for their compliance, but who knows...

Just be careful guys, use common sense. For the time being, posting a few plants on the internet probably won't get you in trouble. I personally never post plants, or claim to grow them, I just like to provide information.

And although local Joe Shmo policeman may be able to run some sort of PRISM database search in the future, even local low level cops don't care about a few plants, at least in my area. The last grow to get busted was a man and his son growing 200+ plants in multiple rooms in their house, in the backyard, etc.

They were bringing the plants in and out of the front door, had them openly growing in the backyard, not even under a greenhouse. They were also selling right out of their house, and using their social phones for business, instead of some burners.

Unless you're doing some really dumb shit like that, growing and selling in the same place, keeping plants in neighbour's line of sight, local police shouldn't bother you. However, every police department is different, if you can find information on your local department's priorities and budget assignment, do so. I have a friend who is a local cop, and he lets me know if any sort of big big shit is happening, because he disagrees with cannabis persecution.

Now that I see it in text, I just realized I have a fucking mole in the police. Full "The Departed" modo.
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Molly Hannerkune - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 17:22:03 EST ID:U2l/YKQ4 No.135055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think most people here wipe the the EXIF and META data if the ever do post anything, or they should.


diagnosis by Jenny Pittstock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 21:44:02 EST ID:TThF0e9p No.134999 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is this lacking nitrogen or is it something else? Feeding with neptune harvest 2-3-1
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Rebecca Wallystone - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 01:55:20 EST ID:9/P75KIC No.135031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135019
Order a ph buffer kit off amazon, I think General Hydroponics has a set for $14. You can get a basic soil PH testing kit from Home Depot or Lowes, although a digital meter (around $100) is worth saving up for. Get your pH closer to 5.9.

As for nitrogen, yes, it needs more. Since your plant just started its vegetative phase, it needs nutrients higher in nitrogen than phosphorous and potassium.
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Lillian Sindletit - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 04:00:49 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.135032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135019
IIRC potassium nitrate will raise the Ph. Aim between 6 and 7.
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Molly Duckspear - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 05:29:44 EST ID:Pas0mgG3 No.135034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135019
that's what I thought. you can add baking powder or chalk to raise ph.
i suggest you flush once and wait a few days. if that doesn't help, mix in shit to raise ph. if that doesn't help, repot.
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Fuck Blackham - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 15:01:26 EST ID:0MFoZgIM No.135049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>measuring runoff
>adding chalk to a potted plant
>soil ph testing.
lol

you are over watering OP and likely have too dense soil.
revise your watering schedule and if that doesn't help replant while removing loose soil and plant it with new soil with added perlite.
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Oliver Drinkindack - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:32:15 EST ID:TThF0e9p No.135051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Measured my runoff today and its just under 6.5
>>135049
Fuck, your response is most interesting as you aren't echoing the chorus. Soil is pretty dense and mostly compost. I transplanted into a 3 gal grow bag with some mels mix a friend gave me. Much fluffier stuff.


Seedling Advice by Seedling grower - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 04:45:11 EST ID:U2l/YKQ4 No.134851 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So this is my current seedling, I been told its super silver haze, never smoke it is it good?

Just have a question, I know its almost ready to put in a seed starter soil, but do I leave the dark seed part on?

Also This is like 17 Hours, 2 80-90 degrees with 60-70 humidity level, growing outside.
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Nigger Saggledale - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:14:44 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.134995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134989
That's fine and dandy but what about old seed that might lack the energy to make the u-turn? I guess you plant radicle up?
It's not bro science, it's just science and you're a retard.
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Lillian Draffingwill - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:34:00 EST ID:FAtzJ1// No.134997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134987
you sound boring as shit
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Emma Trotridge - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 23:12:41 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.135004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134997
Muh G13, muh legendary strain hurr durr. The government made it hurr durr.
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Caroline Chammerham - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 03:45:47 EST ID:0MFoZgIM No.135008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134997
Here is news for ya, people who are right often are.

The only reason 70s strains are so mystified are stoner stepdads who remember being high as a kite back then because their tolerance was still low.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:56:23 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134995
If its too "old" for the radicle to turn to turn, then its too old to produce good bud most likely. Don't misunderstand me, gravitropism is science, the assertion that planting a seed radicle up or down will effect the growth rate of the plant is broscience.


When to replant? by John Blanderserk - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:11:03 EST ID:WtAHzNBO No.135035 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi,

So, my cannabis plant is about 35 cm tall, more than a month old and is currently growing in a 9x9x8 cm pot.

Original plan was to grow it in a pot a bit, then replant it into a secure outdoor location, but now I'm thinking of just growing it in a big pot placed inside my greenhouse. Comments?

When should I replant it?

Any input appreciated, thanks.
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Clara Tootwill - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:25:39 EST ID:k057aaJr No.135036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Do eet faggit, but prepare your anus with atleast some bloom fert & start checking weather forecast every single day, multiple times a day.
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Clara Tootwill - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 06:29:21 EST ID:k057aaJr No.135037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135036
I forgot the top half of my post. Plant it outdoors, unless you can plant her in a big whole filled with good soil in your greenhouse. It might not be much of a difference in the end if your pot is big, but rooting in the floor or in a pot makes a big difference in roots, and that reflects itself in the end.

It was a bit more than half... I'm stoned.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:02:49 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If your plant is going to be placed somewhere where you can't access it daily, look into fertilizing with dry amendments, blood meal, bone meal, kelp, etc. They will slow release feed your plants, so if you can't access them for a while it won't be a problem. And some kind of automatic watering system.


homeless plant by Hannah Pittridge - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 02:51:43 EST ID:64h1b2w2 No.134915 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I found this marijuana plant on my rooftop (probably planted by my dad) and nobody in my house gives a fuck about the plants so I decided to adopt it

As you can see, its too close to another plant. should I remove it? should I change it to a bigger pot?
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Ernest Dombleville - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 04:56:59 EST ID:FAtzJ1// No.134916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134915
yeah it's ready for a bigger pot for sure.
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:31:51 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pull that other plant, I'm 99% sure it isn't even cannabis. and yes, repot that bitch.
Since its in such a long tray, you shouldn't transplant all of that soil. Instead, use a knife and cut out a square around where you estimate the cannabis' root mass to be. Then do your best to extract it and repot it without touching the roots too much.
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Henry Brinkinnock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:32:52 EST ID:aeaASrpE No.134998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I believe the other plant is cilantro.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 12:46:55 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134998>>134998
Yea it is for sure, now that you mention it I can't believe I didn't notice. Try to pull it out without any root damage OP. Cilantro is a nice plant for FPEs.


Muh plants by Polly Cimblefere - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:24:46 EST ID:X6XZ+cjP No.135000 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/, I'm back!
How are they looking? I'm feeding them with some random nutes I found. They seem to be reacting pretty well.
1/3
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Polly Cimblefere - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:26:07 EST ID:X6XZ+cjP No.135002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>135001
3/3
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Polly Cimblefere - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:28:12 EST ID:X6XZ+cjP No.135003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135000
Also, why are the bottom sets of leaves yellow and dying? Is this because of the leaves on the top taking all the energy? Or did I do something bad?
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John Blackleforth - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 00:42:49 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.135005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135003
The nutes should take care of it.
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Whitey Clickleworth - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:09:49 EST ID:X6XZ+cjP No.135022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135005
So other than that, it's fine?
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Neem Guy - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:42:58 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135005
I disagree, that plant is getting a little on the large size for the size of the pot its in, especially since it looks at least 60% Sativa. OP could be seeing the beginning stages of root/pot binding.


horticulture by Reuben Numblelen - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 22:42:21 EST ID:5R7aDln5 No.135026 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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has anyone taken any horticulture class in college? is it even worth it? i could take one this fall as an elective.


LED discussion by Thomas Blecklefut - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 00:52:34 EST ID:FAtzJ1// No.134635 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright, I am wondering what the deal is with LED growing. It seemed like a fad at first but I know a few very smart growers that are adamant that scrog growing with LED is the new hot shit. Has LED growing advanced some these past years? I remember it being sort of expensive and getting the all the right spectrum seemed like a nuances.

Anybody with firsthand experience? Pro's and con's?
Post yer LED grow?
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David Dendleforth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 04:20:15 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134947
I got about 30 grams from two plants in my 25x25x50 wooden box with two white LED spots and a 18 watt crappy philips plant LED. I used ONA block in the last weeks of flowering, it was enough to get rid off the smells. Those buckets just look really complicated for what they do.

This is the first version of my box, I added another E27 socket to the top and changed the shitty LEDs to decent white ones, you could do wonders with a 50w COB and a 90 degree lens.
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David Dendleforth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 04:22:01 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134955
the measurements are in cm.. 9.8 x 9.8 x 19.6 inches.
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Hedda Duggledale - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 08:51:37 EST ID:0MFoZgIM No.134959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134955
>I got about 30 grams from two plants in my 25x25x50 wooden box with two white LED spots and a 18 watt crappy philips plant LED.

Weight is measured dry, trimmed.
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David Dendleforth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 12:58:21 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134959
This I know. Here's one of the two plants, I've posted it here before.
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Martin Gonningwell - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:54:48 EST ID:5R7aDln5 No.135017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134955
what about using a metal cabinet? it has a lock and is 36 x 18 x 76, its got wheel too

what tools are recommended to modify it for my purposes?


The SAGE by James Dillerchuck - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 02:14:20 EST ID:Zv3HyK82 No.134983 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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aka sativa afghan genetic equilibrium, a strain of cannabis. Anyone ever grown it? What was it like to grow & to smoke?
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Esther Crendlefuck - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 09:40:36 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.134985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's just weed, if the strain interests you for some reason, grow it. I personally wouldn't bother with anything by T.H. Seeds, but I've heard some people have found something decent from their seeds.
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James Dillerchuck - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:02:31 EST ID:Zv3HyK82 No.134992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134985
> I personally wouldn't bother with anything by T.H. Seeds

Why not?
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Nigger Saggledale - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:07:16 EST ID:9QX2llgy No.134994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134992
Can't guess? They're shit.
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Hedda Duckford - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 03:33:38 EST ID:Zv3HyK82 No.135007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134994
I kinda guessed that yeah. But shit how?
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Emma Trotridge - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 10:05:52 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.135011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135007
Give them a go and find out, or don't if you won't.


muh roof space by Phyllis Cruttinghere - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 07:39:08 EST ID:k057aaJr No.134889 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First grow, 2 lemon kush, 1 the doctor and a couple neglected autos. I also have around 20 bagseed outside to experiment on, but they're all in shit shape, they're really just guinea pigs.

I'm going to have to remove them from where they are because the landlord's coming over for a visit he scheduled 2 weeks ago, and is on the 19th.
I chose the the roof space, and even though this is a 60 year old house, I manned up and managed to broom shit away from a nice area, we're talking 10cm high piles of dust and cobwebs, dust from when car fuel had led.

I'm only going to seal off a small area with plastic sheeting and some cardboard underneath, and would like to know if the dust is lethal, having sealed all but the roof, where the beams are and i'll fit my fluoros ( getting a couple more, and the one in the image is a double one). There's good air movement up there and it won't be that cold till december.


tl;dr Can the dust in my roof space fuck my plants up? This is what dictates if i permanently move them up there. It's an epic space I hadn't considered before, where I'd deff setup something decent.

Also I don't plan on selling a single fucking droplet and will never give, only share on the spot, I have no issues with being "lame", laws here are strict yet very lenient for home growers.

Thaaaanks crops
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Henry Siblinggold - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 23:15:14 EST ID:zW/6KJ9B No.134927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Y not wrap them with big black garbage bags so nothing gets inside?
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Cornelius Blanninghire - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 20:47:10 EST ID:Ymycb7Kv No.134934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ok i didnt even read your post. but are you intentionally trolling with that image? you screenshotted a sideways image, then you flipped the screenshot. why not just flip the image and post that? seriously what the fuck are you retarded?
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Hedda Chibberchet - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 12:19:35 EST ID:k057aaJr No.134942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134925
Good air circulation up there and it doesn't rain in there, it just gets hot and moist depending on weather.

>>134926
I was hoping on a bit more than that, I already have 3 120cm t8's on them and It'll keep increasing. No rodents or birds, just spiders, and I'll setup regular bleachdowns, thanks.

>>134927
That would sort of ruin the whole "growing weed" thing I got going on.

>>134934
Because internet wizardry, fuck you.

So, I moved them to the attick, im shit scared of dust, and I didn't seal light out, so everything is still vegging.

I didnt lightproof my little growspace yet, is plywood cheap? Otherwise, trash bags.
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Phoebe Pammermuck - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:25:01 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is the wrong way to go about this, IMO. My house is getting sold atm, and we have realtors/inspectors and perspective buyers coming over all the time, and bet your ass they wan't to look a the closet space, which is where I grow.

Instead of going through all of that bullshit with putting plants on the roof (which attracts a fuckload of attention and looks VERY suspicious), you should just build a very tiny http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polytunnel in your backyard, and move the plants out there when you're expecting people over.

If you can't afford the $20-30 for the PVC, rebar and plastic wrap, just buy some plastic wrap (somewhat opaque, enough to let in light though) and pull it across some patio chairs and stash the plants under there.

Oh sorry I misread, you said roof space, I assume you mean attic? Either way, storing plants in the attic is a really bad idea, especially in summer. At least where I live, my attic hits 140 F easily on a sunny day. Lack of circulation will also be a big problem, and the humidity is asking for mold.

Said mold can not only infect your plants, BUT YOUR FUCKING LUNGS. Is it worth getting a fungal lung infection when you can just put them under some plastic in your back yard?

That way you can just move them out there when necessary, and back into your current grow room when its safe again.
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Caroline Chammerham - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 03:56:13 EST ID:0MFoZgIM No.135009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134934
who's trolling?


Time to harvest by Shitting Grimbanks - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 17:00:16 EST ID:3AcD+mGb No.134908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I get different takes on the web on this
I want to make sure they are ripe so i can harvest the seeds
1 week after turning full red sounds reasonable ?
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Clara Nickledock - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 17:50:00 EST ID:15YE3ANJ No.134909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134908
They look dank. Idk anything about this strain but I bet it's gonna smoke like a champ.
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Martin Fuckingville - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 17:57:52 EST ID:rKppyfag No.134910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134908
It depends on what you're harvesting for. If you want hot peppers it's best to drought stress them a bit and leave them on there for a while, perhaps even until they wrinkle. If you just want seed they should be good the moment if not as they are reaching their final mature colour. If it's hot where you are then be careful not to wait too long else the seed can turn shitty.
They just say to give it enough time to mature so you aren't pulling out immature seeds but it's also about the days and some peppers take longer to mature than others. If it's a 60dtm then give it the full time MINIMUM but a 90 or 120 you could probably do a little early. Do you know the dtm? May I ask what you are growing?
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Shitting Grimbanks - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 18:10:51 EST ID:3AcD+mGb No.134911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>134910
This one is called hot banana
75 days but this one is about 90 days
They started to turn red about a week ago, being full red for 2 days
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NeemGuy - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:39:54 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.134974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say you're good to pick now. For plants like peppers where people prefer different stages of ripeness, you mainly need to consider who will be eating them. Do you and your family prefer under-ripe peppers? Too late then! If they like them slightly over ripe, you're right on time for harvest mate.
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Walter Tootlock - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 01:02:25 EST ID:pQMTn30b No.135006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>134909
im 10/10 bake and this post made me laugh my ass off.


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


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