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outdoor plants: help the weakest one by Betsy Sobberhall - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 12:07:40 EST ID:go0XzdK7 No.142705 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what to do about this? the others are looking fine. any tips? i'm a newb. watering them every or every second day, depending on rain fall. fertilizing once a week
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Wesley Gonderpack - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 12:25:56 EST ID:R0vw3VIp No.142707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
She looks fine.


Problems with outdoor grow by Angus Goshham - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 04:43:04 EST ID:TsiC8whW No.142695 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, i already posted in /weed/ but i encountered more problems today, 2 of my plants do look strange. Can someone tell me what's wrong with them?

This is one of them

1/2
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Angus Goshham - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 04:44:10 EST ID:TsiC8whW No.142696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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2/2 First Plant
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Angus Goshham - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 04:44:50 EST ID:TsiC8whW No.142697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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1/1 Second Plant, I just have noticed, is this a small spider on it?
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Update - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 11:14:32 EST ID:TsiC8whW No.142699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142697
So, i sprayed the mites with water and a bit dish soap, can't see spiders anymore, i hope it worked.

And the first plant probably has a sun burn if that is possible, the sun was pretty intensive the last 2 days.


Cfl by Eliza Blackshit - Fri, 24 Jun 2016 03:39:36 EST ID:mot/yy0n No.142686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going to seperate them tomorrow, got fan and extractor using blood and bone thoughts?
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Isabella Classlestock - Fri, 24 Jun 2016 18:36:16 EST ID:MN47Xm33 No.142688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should turn your plants right-side up. They're not gonna like growing sideways like that.
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Beatrice Chublinglock - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 16:40:20 EST ID:m7Km71qQ No.142716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142688
funny that this comment was a joke/troll and yet you're actually wrong. some of the most interesting grow setups have come from people changing the orientation of their grow room from standard lights on top, plants on bottom to something different.

there are even radial grow wheels designed to take advantage of the fact that a hps bulb emits most of its lights from the sides. so a wheel of pots is created with the plants growing towards the light in the center. this beans there are always plants that are upside down, sideways and right side up and everything inbetween.

I don't know if this is a soil, hydroponic or aeroponic application. I would imagine aeroponic and maybe no the best suited for cannabis.

that said i've seen some very successful sideways grows


Need fresh oxygen in this pit by Oliver Dirrystit - Sun, 29 May 2016 16:13:20 EST ID:ufqK/X3U No.142569 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is a good houseplant that needs minimal light? I got a window that only gets maybe a few hours of sunlight at most.
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Fuck Lightdale - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 12:27:41 EST ID:HobuAWL+ No.142650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142649
The number 2 plant is really tough
Water it once in a while and split the rootball in half 1 time each year and it will never die.
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Thomas Nickleworth - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 09:09:59 EST ID:ilkTR0NW No.142664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142569
why not just open a window
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Alice Drockleford - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 16:31:22 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.142665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At first houseplants are 99% decorative.
Second in order to significantly make a difference in oxygen level you need biomass metabolizing on the level of several 100W of light. growing weed under a HPS for instance

At least plants don't really filter any air, especially not houseplants. You could argue that plants clean the air when dust sticks to their leaves that is later washed down by rain, but since it doesn't rain in your 'pit' you're better off getting an air purifier.
And again as for oxygen open the window.
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Rebecca Pammlesteg - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 22:09:38 EST ID:HobuAWL+ No.142671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142665
I had i spider plant in a closet for a while
and you could tell the air was fresher in the closet when you opened it.
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James Fundlewot - Thu, 23 Jun 2016 12:18:14 EST ID:ufqK/X3U No.142683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142664
>>142665
Well I really just want to put it in the window to add a little more privacy and give a cozy feel. Got a flag in front of the window but you can still see through it kind of, I've tried searching for blinds that fit it but I'd probably have to get them custom made. And of course I open the fucking window.


Substrate(BRF/Verm) Jars in fridge before Colonization? by Dinghead - Sat, 14 May 2016 19:11:45 EST ID:Y4W8uBd9 No.142488 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey some dude had to go get his cheekbone replaced before he could finish with inoculating the jars.
So he went ahead and put the pressure cooker with the sterilized jars inside the fridge.
You think they are still viable? Or should he cook another batch.
The thing is getting hold of BRF at this time would be a kick in the dick
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Isabella Bagglelork - Mon, 16 May 2016 01:30:36 EST ID:A/cYbXvp No.142491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I honestly think he should re-sterilise the jars he was using; things don't stay sterile very long and I'm sure that the fridge contains mold spores and other such nasties. wouldn't want to waste your time inoculating the jars to find out they all grow mold
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Phineas Hemmerwig - Thu, 26 May 2016 17:25:13 EST ID:HMZRdpPH No.142555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142488
BRF is cheap and can be ordered on amazon with 2 day shipping without a problem. If for whatever reason your jars go sour amidst being in a sterile PC for any reason, you can do it all over again and it doesn't take long. But in my most professional opinion, as long as you or "some dude" (wink wink) put them in the fridge while they're still sterile you shouldn't have a problem, especially if you didn't just put the pressure cooker in the fridge right away since there are differences in pressure when you heat and cool your PC.

If your jars have been exposed to any kind of open air, just throw them out and start all over again. It's not worth wasting your spores or LC on a potentially contaminated jar. The point behind sterilizing your jars and noccing them up right away is to be in first place against the contamination race; if you don't, it's a pointless struggle.
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Simon Guddlemet - Thu, 23 Jun 2016 00:53:02 EST ID:woaDmETr No.142682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>142488
STERILE TECHNIQUE IS KING!
Throw your jars back in the cooker or, ideally, start fresh with new substrate.
Don't fuck around with your cakes, they'll just contam and you'll be back at square one.


My vertical plan by McReefer - Wed, 22 Jun 2016 17:24:06 EST ID:WLkmsd+a No.142681 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have 240x240cm tent and two uncomplete "Dutch Pot Hydro 2m2"-systems, and I'm planning to build a setup like this.

Those systems have pots on 2m X 1m area each. The systems have originally 24 pots. I'll use 12 pots on each system, so 24 plants (stars) combined.

I'm planning to use a 1000w lamp vertically in the middle of two systems. The lamp is in the middle of the setup. The red ring is the 1000w sphere, and I'll build some support/net, if needed, there.

Pots are 16l, and I'm planning to fill them with hydro pebbles, or should I use something else? Should I time my systems, or run 24/7?

Other comments and tips are welcome too!


is 80 too hot too flower by Basil Bommerridge - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 01:08:58 EST ID:Byi6Lv8O No.142625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have 4 strains of la cheese ready to go into flowering. and im just about done with me flowering tent. pic related is my set up. I am using a 1000watt hps bulb in a cooltube.

i just got that 720 cfm fan today. im still not getting temps below 80 degrees.
It actually seems to stay right on 80 even after like half an hour compared to 86-90 b4 with weaker fans.

this is my first time flowering and im building a tent from scratch so all the venting and exhausting etc.. is new to me.so i have 2 questions:

is 80 degrees too hot for flowering?
if so what am i doing wrong?
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Basil Bommerridge - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 01:13:32 EST ID:Byi6Lv8O No.142626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142625
and yes i am using a couple fans inside to circulate it
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Albert Divingpitch - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 17:11:37 EST ID:cjJS9Mhl No.142629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No shouldn't be. Get another fan if you think you need to.
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Martha Pinnerdock - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 12:53:23 EST ID:Dyc9MIv2 No.142630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142625
86º F is the temperature that photosynthesis stops in C3 plants, which cannabis is. The only outlook I can see for you would be increased transpiration, meaning you potentially require more watering.
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Basil Pondlepatch - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 01:49:39 EST ID:SxevmH50 No.142631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what a weird ass setup. Get a small inline fan for the cooltube (which isn't necessary IMO) and get a bigger fan for the carbon filter / air exchange.
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Priscilla Hosslewill - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 19:57:36 EST ID:iOKDfLFd No.142667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142625

You don't need two fans, just have an open end on the reflector and hook the other end up to the exhaust and run it out the tent. A majority of the heat is produced by the light. If you remove the heat before you spreads to the rest of the tent, you'll see much cooler temps.


Phalaris possibly? by Barnaby Shittingshit - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18:18:41 EST ID:X9wn4TV1 No.142620 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does this look like phalaris arundinacea? I figure you guys would know more than any other board
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Thomas Tillinglock - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 13:49:36 EST ID:y22mbyyz No.142632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
looks like premature grass seed
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Nathaniel Goodbury - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 20:48:56 EST ID:YhAxyQfb No.142635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142632 well obviously lol. But I'm asking for a botanical Id. As in what kind of grass? If this indeed phalaris arundinacea. This is the board for botany right?
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Fuck Gullyhall - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 12:56:44 EST ID:K//uWnbA No.142639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142635
> This is the board for botany right?

Sadly no it's just a few weed growers. Better go to /r/whatisthisplant
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George Blicklestone - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 22:22:13 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.142660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142620
no that is not phalaris arundinacea has smaller clusters of flowers.
also there are far better plants to extract dmt from OP


San Pedro cuttings by Ernest Blurrygold - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 14:53:27 EST ID:fppntGVp No.142651 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey all, so I took a cutting from a San Pedro and I think it may have prompted another column of the same plant to break off. At any rate, I have these two segments both of which have some minor discoloration. In the past my San Pedro have been dinged and wounded, leaving the wounded area black before 'scabbing' over into something that looks woody. I wanted to make sure, is this discoloration okay or should I cut it away?
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Ernest Blurrygold - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 14:54:27 EST ID:fppntGVp No.142652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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other piece


could you grow shrooms with an ecocube by Shit Fashford - Fri, 03 Jun 2016 15:36:30 EST ID:JQvQ5EH7 No.142593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was looking at this and thought that it wasn't worth the price until I came up with the idea to grow psilocyben mushrooms in it, in which case it could pay for itself fairly easily, AND look cool. Does anyone who knows a good bit about shrooms know if this could work or not?
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Cedric Drerrytuck - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 12:23:24 EST ID:S1bC3tS/ No.142615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142595
I know how you cunt I was asking if you could with this.
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Sophie Crubberdock - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 01:39:42 EST ID:WmdwdIKT No.142616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142615
Yeah probably, but why? It's got a bunch of features you won't use and you could accomplish the same thing with a plastic box you can find anywhere. And growing mushrooms shouldn't "look cool", it should look like you aren't.
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18:01:24 EST ID:QyrHiRZ4 No.142619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142615
How are you going to keep the air humidity at 90%+?
The leds look shitty judging by their website. Youd want something with 6500K light temperature.
The shape is shit for mushroom growing. They dont grow that tall.
320 bucks is a ripoff, like most kickstarter or indigogo projects.
And i dont know what a gram of shrooms sells at where you live but it wont "pay itself". You can get anywhere between 4 and 7 grams of dry shrooms per half pint pf jar.
Well youd have to use a casing tek with that overpriced piece of shit anyways.

But yeaaaaa itll look really cool, you cunt.
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You're a fucking asshole. Ask for help and act like a cock - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 14:31:41 EST ID:1oxe9iXS No.142621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142615
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Fuck Gullyhall - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 13:08:04 EST ID:K//uWnbA No.142641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>142593
Forget mushrooms, i want to make something like this. I'm not going to pay a ridiculous price for it


vegetable seeds by Hannah Parringmirk - Wed, 18 May 2016 14:56:43 EST ID:7CrWEjSy No.142509 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's a good website to buy organic vegetable seeds for a good price? I want to get into gardening this summer
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Fuck Gullyhall - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 13:07:17 EST ID:K//uWnbA No.142640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Where are you from?
I'm really into vegetables and gardening. I love that biodiversity. But i'm from europe so i only know european seedfoundations.

Kokopelli is a great seed store that sells thousands of different vegetables (espacially tomatoes, the have +650 different kinds)
Also they don't sell any F1hybrids, wich you shouldn't buy anyway. That way you can buy seeds 1 time and just collect new ones afterwards.

But their are plenty others, next year i'm oing to sell young plants on the markets


Where do retailers get their weed from in colorado? by Polly Dinnerridge - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 05:46:40 EST ID:5ZHg7Hl0 No.142614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In colorado Amendment 64 allows home cultivation of marijuana, up to six plants per adult. (Denver’s rules allow a household of two or more adults to cultivate a total of a dozen cannabis plants.)
No more than three of your plants can be in the flowering stage at one time. And it remains illegal to sell marijuana you grow
I cant find information on how much retail growers can grow not even on the state growing and retail licence website.
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Sophie Crubberdock - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 01:42:54 EST ID:WmdwdIKT No.142617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most people aren't following those laws.
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Sidney Turveyhood - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 11:06:27 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.142618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's built around the previous medical growery/dispensery system afik.

The problem is if you don't regulate it you'll soon have a situation like with tobacco where there's one big conglomerate owning everything from production to distribution.


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