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Drain fly larvae. How to kill? by Shitting Bettingtod - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:46:40 EST ID:vOtJUSrt No.135984 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Somehow I got drainfly larvae living in the roots of my small bubble bucket grow. The plants are growing nicely and show no signs of sickness yet. I know there's trouble to come but... How on earth can I kill these guys?


BDAC-2 controller causing bills to skyrocket by Doris Sacklepudge - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 15:22:23 EST ID:ISVqiDgm No.135954 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Long story short, for the past 5 months my electric bill has been on average just above the "3000" mark... Now with upgrading my room, I got the auto pilot environmental controller along with a blueprint BDAC -2 controller.. All to help keep electric use down or around the same.. Yet the first month with it, my bill sky rocketed, and now it's month two, I've got another 900+ electric bill...
I just don't understand how for 5 months straight, I was average 3000, then BOOM well over the 5000 mark for two months now.. (The two months I've had the controllers) they're set up correct, wired correctly, anyone have any suggestions?
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Alice Croffingman - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 16:12:41 EST ID:e6ebsXyO No.135955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dont know where you are but in cali large scale indoor ops are only economically feasible in a comercial space. Less than 1000 watts can be profitable because you stay in the low tier consumption. Also see if your power company has a discount like care.
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Walter Pingerstone - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:09:27 EST ID:zOhyOOFk No.135977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i brought the hydrofarm green house controller

its a piece of shit too

i hate these controllers its all from the same company in china


Sick plant, Rough yellowing leaves. by Walter Fackleham - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 18:07:30 EST ID:LEm86e+u No.135817 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Howdy guys, in the current grow I have 10 Black Widow plants about 4 weeks old. All is good but it seems this particular plant is sick. The leaves are rather rough, with consistency which is anything but normal. Early stages begin with yellowing that starts from the middle of the leaf, not the edges. Later stage is characterized by browning, then soon falling off. I cant quite figure out what it is, I was hoping out of this thread I could get answers to the questions:
>What exactly is the diagnosis? (obviously)
>If it's not as simple as a deficiency, what steps could i take to prevent this?

The specs are:
>100% organic grow w/ full use of micro herds n' such
Soil is made up of a compost which has been decomposing for roughly six months. It consisted of Cow manure, bat guano, soil-less potting mix, topsoil, perlite, and dolomite lime. Through the course of the plants life, more of this mix will be added to the pot til adulthood. At that point, if any plant shows deficiency, I address it there and then (which I've tried all sorts of things, but the plant "Padme" continues to grow in this way). If it makes much difference, every few weeks ill add molasses water mixture; though in no way has it affected the other plants.

Lights are (2)250w CFL 6400K and (1)150w HPS 2000K. All together its about 38000 lumens which covers my area quite well, but as anyone might say, it could always use more lights. Despite this, I really doubt its a light problem.

The room is very well ventilated with a combo of 2 small-2 big fans through 3 separate vents, keeping the area at a consistent temperature around 80-90 degrees, depending on the weather.

Last thing I could think to list that is a factor is how I trim, which i trim lightly every couple days til they look like lollipops (unless not mature enough) around 3rd/4th week. So right now this is the only plant that isnt trimmed and the rest look like trees. My method of training them goes beyond that but Padme is nowhere near that stage, so its ruled out as a factor.

I'll be checking this every now and then, so I'll be sure to respond if there's any more questions or if you have any responses. Get high; And stay fly.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 14:49:03 EST ID:JG8JpZQJ No.135870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135817
If I had to take a stab at what was off with the plant nutritionally, which I hate doing without actually handling the plant, I would say calcium or magnesium. Some plants need more of it than others.
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Eugene Brookford - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:13:15 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If your soil mix is solid, and you have a thriving microbial population as you say, its unlikely that its pH lockout or just a normal lack of a particular element. Can you post the exact specifications of your soil mix? Does it contain some sort of rock dust or another source of micronutrients? That could be your problem right there.

If it isn't your mix, and you are watering properly, the only other thing I can think of that is known to cause these sort of "phantom symptoms", is the dreaded root aphid. If thats the case, you're pretty much fucked. Every thread I've seen about root aphids is filled with dozens of posts complaining how hard they can be to get rid of. I've ever heard of these guys surviving high Imidicloprid dosages. Since you're using smart pots, you'll have to excise a small portion of your root mass to check for these, and that requires a microscope or at the very least a high magnification loupe. Before you go tearing up your soil in a frantic search for root aphids, get back to us on your exact soil mix, that could still be the problem.

Also, what OG said about top dressing is absolutely true. Pre-mixing a soil for "water only" purposes is something you do after you have a particular strain well dialed, and you know exactly what it demands, and when.

>>135869
Hopefully for OP root binding was the issue. Root binding in smart pots for plants that size in pots that big seems pretty damn unlikely though, wouldn't you agree OG? In fact I've never experienced root binding symptoms at all with smart pots or any other air pruning containers. Maybe it was just the change in the soil itself that remedied the issue?


Either way OP I hope your problem is resolved, and definitely hope it isn't root aphids, just thinking about them makes my skin crawl.
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Reuben Pockhall - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:42:40 EST ID:qbPue/uv No.135885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135879
I don't really know how you'd get root bind in smart pots, in extreme cases maybe, it would be more just cramped than bound.

Just thought I would throw that in there, Smart Pots are the shit

Lots of gimmicky shit out there to spend your money on but those are worth every penny
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Jarvis Nidgetat - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 01:46:32 EST ID:LEm86e+u No.135931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135853
I trim consistently so that it focuses light on the canopy. My method consists of having really dense bushes.

>>135870
If that's the case, should I add more dolomite lime? It seems to have a good amount of magnesium, calcium and other micronutes. which leads me to the next poster

>>135879
I thought the same thing, if I had a true organic setup (which I do) I wouldn't have a pH problem. I tested the water theory, to no avail. Though I never thought about the micronutes, I mean it crossed my mind, but to be honest I have no idea where to begin if that were the case. If it did happen to be that problem, what specifically would be needed to prevent this?
Let it be noted that none of the plants are rootbound. I spefically poked many holes throughout the pots specifically to test for this. If rootbound, roots usually start poking through. Also, as for my soil/compost, I diluted the shit out of it because at one point it nute burned my test plant, as a result I would use said diluted soil mix and thenId top dress with Bat Guano A (10-1-1) and with occasional Bat Guano B (0-1-0) for healthy root growth. Pretty stoked that someone else appreciates the fabric smart pots.
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Frederick Pockspear - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 21:42:39 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135931
>Though I never thought about the micronutes, I mean it crossed my mind, but to be honest I have no idea where to begin if that were the case. If it did happen to be that problem, what specifically would be needed to prevent this?
The cheapest (and best) product for bottled micronutes is:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Earth-Juice-MICROBLAST-1QT-946mL-32oz-Micro-Nutrient-Supplement-FREE-PIPETTE-/271388209733?pt=US_Hydroponics&hash=item3f2fff7245 A bottle of this stuff can last you like a dozen or so grows.

The best thing to do is just amend your soil with something like Azomite, ahead of time. If you run a no-till system, you can just top dress with Azomitel. Over time the heavier particles will work their way down into the soil from gravity and waterings.

> Also, as for my soil/compost, I diluted the shit out of it because at one point it nute burned my test plant,

It's a common practice to let a heavier amended soil mixture to sit and "cook" in a big tote or a wheelbarrel or something similar for 2-4 weeks. Its not usually overabundance of nutrients that burns the plant, its that the heat generated by huge microbe populations can actually "burn your plant's roots. Or at least heat them enough that it will severely stress them.

And yes, Smart Pots are absolutely fantastic. Never having to worry about root binding, and a noticeably faster growth rate when the roots are allowed to arrange themselves in the most efficient pattern, like they would in the wild. No pesky roots running along the bottom of the pot. Plus the aeration is excellent to keep a thriving microcommunity alive. The only gripe I have with them is that being fabric, watering near the edges can cause quite a bit to drip out the side, not a problem a towel underneath the pots can't fix though haha.


What the hell do I do with these supposedly not weeds after all by Jack Songersuck - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 20:36:05 EST ID:l1ZhE/5Q No.135964 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone here have any experience with poppies ?
these have purple flowers with a dash of white around the bottom, the pods are rather small about the size of my thumbnail is the largest i have seen and are less round then ones i have seen in pictures.
I found this growing self seeded and found 8 last year in different locations around the property.


San pedro growing tips? by Edwin Drandermat - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:53:43 EST ID:5vVCMoIR No.135961 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just got my cactus in the mail, but I'm not sure what to do with it now. Should I leave it in its dry soil for a bit, or should i change it? should I water it or not? Any tips, dos and don'ts are appreciated, just any information really, never done this before. Pic related, its my specimen. Cultivating it in the UK, if that's of any importance.


Found something by Jenny Blanderlidge - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 09:32:08 EST ID:cFilCKw2 No.135915 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, i require aid in identifying whether this is hemp or weed. Found it outdoors and am not sure whether its it or not. Gonna upload some pictures. They have a strong odor a few meters away. What do you think?
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Ian Chondernetch - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 12:46:08 EST ID:9wyU/fx+ No.135934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go back to where you found the plant, leave a note detailing how sorry you are and then stick a fork in your eye or jump off a bridge, please
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Ian Snodridge - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 16:42:39 EST ID:1cXkCjz4 No.135938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135915
You goddamn piece of shit. You never steal a weed plant that you find outdoors.
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Ian Chondernetch - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 17:11:08 EST ID:9wyU/fx+ No.135939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's people like you that keep people like me up at night worried
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Wesley Claystone - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:50:41 EST ID:jo+Q1C7F No.135960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, what are you, some kind of mongoloid?
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Betsy Gendlehet - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 18:56:40 EST ID:HBvrqOol No.135962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck OP. Seriously. Nothing else to add, just fuck him.


do cows eat weed? by Shit Crecklekadge - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 06:48:19 EST ID:3Yg/BuFj No.135798 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a grow with 5 plants that is automatic, they are 6 weeks old an are getting to big for my box (didn't expect them to grow this fast). So now I need to place at least two of them outdoor, and my usual growing spot is already full with a flowering cheese. I do have a cow pasture in my village that is surrounded by hedges which are about 1.5 meters high. I spotted a place with a shit load of nettles near the hedge, and currently think about placing my plants with 4 weeks to go in this patch of nettles. Do you think that the cows will go through the nettles just for two plants? pic related my cheese.
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Ian Hubbledod - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 20:44:14 EST ID:3Yg/BuFj No.135829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135820
Ok thanks for the tips, lets just hope these cows don't suddenly have a crazy apetite for amnesia haze. I'll put them out tommorow. Oh and do you think I need to change the soil? I mean I always do it on my usual space, but since this is a cow pasture the earth should be fine right?
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Reuben Pockhall - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 13:18:01 EST ID:qbPue/uv No.135866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135829
you want to at least go out and till up the area you are going to be using with a shovel or whatever (unless the soil is already really nice and airy i doubt it) and dig a good size hole at least a few feet deep and wide if you want them to thrive. if the soil seems good, you back fill most of it, maybe amend it with whatever makes sense, should be pretty fertile dense soil if it's mostly composted cow poo it might be realllyyy good actually once it's tilled and amended, (prolly perlite, verm, and or peat moss for texture and airiness)
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Reuben Pockhall - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 13:19:02 EST ID:qbPue/uv No.135867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135866
ideally you want to do the tilling, and remixing of soil a month or more before transplanting but just do it as soon as you can.
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Eugene Brookford - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:15:11 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135829
If you're going with the greenhouse plan, google polytunnels.
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Ian Snodridge - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 16:22:39 EST ID:1cXkCjz4 No.135937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135867
>>135880
well a friend of mine who comes from abroad and doesn't know the climate here, had the brilliant idea to start a grow that late(he has grown before, but in bulgaria and not in western germany), so I had no time to prepare anything. I decided, that since the weather is already getting colder I won't put them outside, I'll have to bring them to a friend of mine who can grow on the window sill.
Still I thank you for your support on this.


Pesticides by Rusty - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 23:19:42 EST ID:q/9aD+bH No.135588 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep finding bite marks on the leafs of my plants from whatever bugs they may be. Does anyone know of any good pesticides for my mary jane?
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Neem Guy - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:27:07 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135590
I assume you're talking about me lol. Neem is good for many things, but I don't think it should be the ONLY thing used. Essential oils of rosemary thyme, etc are all great, as well as pyrethrum.

Basically OP, Neem cake is great for a top dress to give your plant a long term, and pre-emptive countermeasure against insect pests, as well as various mites and fungi pathogens. The plant absorbs the various limonoids in the neem that are responsible for its insecticidal properties, and any bug that takes a bite out of said plant will stop eating and starve to death.

The downside of neem, it does not kill directly. It mimics behavior regulating hormones in the insect that tell it when to eat, when to mate, when to molt etc, and turns these behaviors off. So when exposed to neem the insect starves to death, without laying any eggs before it does. However, this can take days. Neem is also good for deterrence in general. I used to have a lot of fungus gnats invading my worm bins during the summer. I sprinkled in a bit of neem cake on top, and the problem vanished over night.

Rosemary, Thyme, and Chrysanthemum all make great candidates for essential oil extracts, as do many other plant species that manufacture their own insecticides. These are better if you have a huge insect population that you want to get rid of TODAY. Pyrethrum (chrysanthemum produced) is a very effective "knock down" insecticide, it will kill on contact or shortly there after.

My basic approach to pest control is two-pronged. I always top dress with neem cake, this prevents 99% of infestations before they begin, as well as providing a nice source of organic Nitrogen. In the event that an infection does spring up, I rotate thyme, rosemary, and chrysanthemum, lest I breed a resistant pest population.

I hope that helps OP.

PS: See OG? Its not all about the neem
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Nell Murdford - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 18:44:30 EST ID:TGlUn697 No.135636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135590
Yep. I used a diluted mix of neem oil and organic peppermint soap. Never had bug problems.
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Shit Chengerfug - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 19:47:58 EST ID:4RrQSlQp No.135637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have not tried this but i think tobacco dissolved in some water will make a excellent bug killer.
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Phineas Micklebudging - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 09:46:48 EST ID:pRrlmEn9 No.135725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135588
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UepAzio1eyU
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SubstanceD - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 06:07:41 EST ID:OdJZCHqB No.135932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I Boil down wormwood and chilli, strain and mix in a tiny amount of dishwashing liquid.

It's a great all purpose pesticide.. But It would be better to know the specific pest.


Feeding with Neem Oil and or Neem cake top dressing by Reuben Pockhall - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 15:38:30 EST ID:qbPue/uv No.135871 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, I've got some spider mites that are really persistent and im finally ready to do something about it. I made a thread on spider mite control a while ago and Neem Guy laid out all kinds of really helpful info and sounded to have solid answers to the little fuckers.

Watering or feeding with diluted neem oil concentrate and or using neem cake in your mix as compost or top dressing will have a systemic effect and make the plant basically taste nasty to the mites as well as fuck them up in other ways. Sounds too good to be true, I've got way too much leaf area to spray thoroughly with anything plus im in week 2 or 3 of flower.

Will this work? Does the brand or % concentrated neem oil matter too much? Looking on amazon a small bottle is like $10, I just water with that plus whatever i normally feed? I read to use a bit of dish soap too?

Neem Guy!
If i could get some clarification that'd be awesome.
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Jarvis Wanningnuck - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 14:07:33 EST ID:mIelkgQo No.135897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135891
also wow, i see what people mean about this stuff being smelly and messy. Now I smell l smell all nutty
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Jarvis Wanningnuck - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 15:54:50 EST ID:mIelkgQo No.135898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135897
So relieved! Did a thorough check today and all i could find were dead mites, lots and lots of dead mites.

Why didn't I do this sooner
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Oliver Cuzzlechirk - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 12:24:34 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135898
Wow, surprised it was so quick.
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Walter Bullerchidge - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 14:23:53 EST ID:9wyU/fx+ No.135923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135922
The foliar spray at 1/2 - 1 oz per gallon seems to kill em dead on contact

I just sprayed the fuck out of the one that was covered in em. If that one (smallest of my 5 flowering plants) ends up tasting a bit funky I'm totally fine with that. If I can keep em off my other plants (that I have worked really hard on, by far the most ambitious grow I've attempted so far) it is all soooo worth it. I figured she was doomed to be covered in webs all over the tops and I'd just end up turning almost all of her into BHO like the last time I had these fuckers.


The other ones are doing really good and real healthy, they only have patches of them here and there on the bottom so I sprayed lightly. They are real early into flowering, just barely starting to get sticky. (The mite infested one is a week or two ahead of the others I think?)

So yeah, the spray knocked out most of them, now I am just watering everything with the stuff and hopefully they will stay gone or at least be so few it doesn't matter.

I was so frustrated, pretty much gave up all hope of actually controlling them.

I try not to kick myself too much for not figuring the neem oil out soon, I could have saved my first HID grow from just being mostly turned into edibles and hash if I knew the solution was 5 minutes away and $10

Oh well better late than never
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Edwin Blatherfield - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 16:08:37 EST ID:ygUuyMlG No.135925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As a preemptive measure you can foilar feed magnesium sulfate

It reinforces cell walls, and mites seem not to like these plants one bit.
to tough to drill or something.


nutes by poopinmymouth - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 20:46:38 EST ID:XW3KLpXO No.135830 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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the great nutrient debate

what products do you guys use?

i use jacks +calnite and Ultrafine Endo myco

i was testing the MB ferts hormones (a canna boost alternative) and its iffy unstable ph and killed some of my plants

but the ones that it didnt kill have the most massive roots i ever grown i need to do more testing with it
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Basil Duvingstack - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 05:34:30 EST ID:lko680EG No.135910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just using 1, 2 & 3 and GHE pH Down
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Hamilton Dussleman - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 09:08:17 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.135914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
AN Jungle Juice Micro & Bloom, B-52 and Nirvana. Also GHE pH down.


Domestic Seedbank? by Oliver Shittingham - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 23:31:05 EST ID:6XozSHTd No.135836 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone here ordered from a seedbank online? I want to know if you can actually get it shipped to the U.S.

Even better if it's a domestic website and doesn't have to go through customs.
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Reuben Pockhall - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 04:28:44 EST ID:qbPue/uv No.135858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135857
dont listen to this guy, it will still produce thc, and can still be really killer bud if theres only a few seeds here and there.
Cannabis is either female or male, you take 2 flowering female plants and stress one or both of them into producing male flowers.

There's a lot more to it than than, I mean you would have to know how to grow weed for starters. You sound like you have lots of reading to do
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Eugene Brookford - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:19:43 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135855
False. They'll still produce THC, just not near as much because they're devoting their resources to seed production. After all, the plant's main goal is to reproduce, not make juicy nugs for people to smoke.
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Eugene Brookford - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 19:22:07 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.135883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There are only two seedbanks I trust and have used more than once. Nirvana and Original Sensible Seed Company. The former has higher prices but excellent products. The latter accepts credit cards (and pre-paid ones, if you want to avoid risk as much as possible) and they have better prices and selection. They both ship very quickly and stealthily to the US, and will throw in some nice freebies.
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Fuck Clublingdale - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 20:50:45 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.135887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135837

They sure as hell can. The best genetics I've seen go for $15-25$ per seed, with the bud being so god damn frosty and the terpene profile is amazing. In the end when you harvest at least a QP from a single plant, you make your money back 100 fold. Don't bitch and complain, you get what you pay for.
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Cedric Fuckinggold - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 22:48:53 EST ID:B+tBa3Zc No.135906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's also a MUCH better idea to learn how to take cuttings instead of letting your female go to seed. First of all, they are all assured to be female. Secondly, that expensive seed you bought is likely a hybrid with robust heterozygous genetics for all important loci. Its offspring will be a mixture of hetero or homo all across the genome at all those different loci. They will be shit compared to their mom and dad and highly variable among one another. This is the same reason why food crop farmers don't do so well to save their seed and plant them the next year. Also they get the shit sued out of them.


why is everyone on this board a "neanderthal"??? by Albert Turveyfoot - Sun, 17 Aug 2014 01:50:45 EST ID:vJSQRci9 No.135537 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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just sayin all the other boards be talkin shit bout you
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Lydia Coffingtut - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 01:58:42 EST ID:vJSQRci9 No.135662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135650
I agree with OP
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Molly Diffingwed - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 18:43:24 EST ID:o1PF4Ny+ No.135714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135650
wait wut???
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Isabella Bardhood - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 18:45:34 EST ID:sqk1OUW/ No.135851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135537
I've never seen anyone speak poorly of this board.
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Hedda Fenkincocke - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 14:31:22 EST ID:74GiJXx/ No.135868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>135851
Then you must not have been on any other board, fuckin caveman Sam, neanderthal
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Emma Pupperstane - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 19:00:32 EST ID:LXwHPKwN No.135903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://boards.420chan.org/crops/res/134518.php


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