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Cactus Question by Ian Gibberwill - Thu, 25 May 2017 07:10:36 EST ID:Yx3jGsRK No.144747 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just bought a san pedro cutting and im wondering if I need to cut away the bottom part for it to make new roots? As you can see in the picture its dried but it looks like its broken off not cut off, if that matters.
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Eliza Crirrylane - Thu, 25 May 2017 15:31:40 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Looks like it rotted a bit before drying out
make a new cut and let it dry
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Eliza Bopperson - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 23:41:54 EST ID:+Mjzs7h5 No.144902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144747
If you're still around it should be good just add some perlite and soil mixture. For mine I just dug up some dirt from my yard (florida) strained it then mixed it up with perlite. My Cacti already doubled in height in a little over a year.
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Phoebe Hoffingsudge - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 08:28:41 EST ID:QdLCrdVu No.144903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144747
I used to have a large cactus and succulent garden, just chuck it in some sandy soil, it will be fine. I took some cuttings for a friend once and forgot about them, maybe a month later I remembered and checked on them and they were still good to go.


Midget plant. by Hamilton Billinglock - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 21:24:47 EST ID:zlYZMw+6 No.144890 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/,

First time here. I have this little seedling that's about 6 weeks old now, and hasn't really grown taller in about four weeks. There was a bit of mould growing on the shell when in was in the paper towel germinating, but it doesn't seem to have any now that it's planted. I'd say its about a centimetre tall.

Is there anything I can do to make it grow taller?
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daigro - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 21:41:25 EST ID:XhX8w38j No.144891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144890
is lamp enaught close?
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Hamilton Billinglock - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 21:47:00 EST ID:zlYZMw+6 No.144892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144891

I just have it in the window
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Jarvis Foppermen - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 00:38:14 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144892
You need more light.


First grow, need opinions/help by William Blythecocke - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 16:26:15 EST ID:MjtUnaEM No.144875 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The first left cup is a Beyond Dream from North genetics and the right 3 are autos from farmerjoeparker. The BD is over a month old and the autos are a couple weeks. Am I doing something wrong or am I not patient? Soil is cheap shit and nutrients are from an organic tea concentrate
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William Blythecocke - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 16:33:19 EST ID:MjtUnaEM No.144876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Correction, the BD is not quite a month. That being said I think I may have cheaper out too much on the soil, there is much and some stones here and there, no nutes inherently
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William Blythecocke - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 16:34:34 EST ID:MjtUnaEM No.144877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144876
Jesus Christ, mulch I mean
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 20:16:08 EST ID:uUnVQb2w No.144878 Report Quick Reply
You shouldn't give nutrients at all to newborns. Start with a bale of Pro-Mix or other sterile soil that has nothing but beneficial bacteria in it, you don't begin to feed them regularly until you see the 3rd set of leaves, even the biggest one of yours to the left is only on it's first set.
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Isabella Criblingfatch - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 21:39:19 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144875
The autos look fine. You could probably use better soil though. Not sure on the BD, since sometimes there are just "runts" in the pack that need some extra time to catch up.


Let's take /crops/ outside! by Shitting Drossletitch - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 23:29:09 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alrighty...I've done an indoor grow log and learned a lot, now for an outdoor grow log!

BACKGROUND -
In a legal state. I can grow outside if it isn't viewable from the road. I have a smallish backyard (big for the area,) that gets a mix of partial and full sunlight for most of the day. I don't have a shit-ton of space, because I also like to grow other things like tomatoes, and peppers, and even some soybeans this year. I sort of have the sunniest areas staked out already, so I know who will do best, where.

Anywho, I have this nice little patch that gets a ton of southern exposure for most of the day. I could MAYBE cram a full outdoor LST in there, but any standard plant would start peeking over the fence.

This is also my first ever outdoor grow. So, I am a bit worried I might fuck it up, or worse, some raccoons or some shit will. With that and the space issue in mind, I am going autoflower. Yeah, auto for outdoors seems counter intuitive, but A) My risk to reward ratio is better here. I am growing 2 plants in a legal state. There isn't a need for me to max out so I can get the most out of the risk I am taking. Which is none.
Plus, I can cram it in there and MAYBE even get a second harvest out of that space this season.

On to biddyness -

I went with Autopilot XXL, which is just the auto version of Big Bud XXL. A heavy yielding Indica dominate strain from Ministry of Cannabis. Not many grow logs on them btw...so we will see.

These are my little imps. At 6 days after emerging from the peat. A little lankier than I'd like, but I've had them outside twice and they are hardening off wonderfully. Hope to have them in the ground within the week. And then it is just grow-grow-grow!!!
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Martha Pockson - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 01:05:25 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144816
UPDATE UPDATE!
Horry sheet! The weather here got really nasty in the last couple of hours and it is like fucking late November outside.
Why mention this? Because this is the kind of shit that can fuck up a grow. I am glad I took my shit inside, because those seedlings would have been destroyed in this weather. Really cold...really coming down. And this is fucking June. Don't count on shit to be stable just by the date.
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George Dropperstut - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 16:11:20 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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UPDATE -
Well, after a shitty winter's day (I had to turn the heat on in June,) temps have shot back up. Figured this was my best time to get them in the ground since in a couple of days it will be in the 80s. Don't want them to fry in the cups waiting to be transplanted.

They are in the ground and doing well for a plant that has been in and out more than a cat.
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Cornelius Chublingkit - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 16:21:08 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144827
UPDATE -
Scorching today. I was a bit worried about the plants, since they are so young, but at Day 17 since they popped their seeds, they seem to be doing well.

PIcs for progress.
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Cornelius Chublingkit - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 16:22:01 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144837
And the other one...
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Caroline Goodshaw - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 11:01:51 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, fuck...

Some critter of some sort managed to eat both plants.
Fuckity fuck fuck that fucking fuck.

Fortunately, I was prepared for this. One reason I used autos...I can salvage a season. Have two more seeds soaking. Should have them poking out of the ground by next weekend.

Fuck, though...they were doing very nicely.


How the fuvk fuck do guerrila grow by Isabella Puckleneck - Sun, 28 May 2017 05:14:34 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144759 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got everything ready but I'm worried as fuck. It's time for my to plant my shit and I have no clue what to do. I live in a small town in a rural area with no car and I have some train tracks here and a trail behind some private property for a water treatment center with a stream leading down it.

The train tracks have a ton of open fields around them with moderate movement around them but I'm really worried they will get big and stick out like crazy. I've seen a Fran fields where everything's just overgrowth and that looks okay but I don't think they go too deep without running into woods
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Jarvis Pimmlesidge - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 01:27:42 EST ID:uuPzzai4 No.144780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144759
Plant them near the stream, if you're worried about height just do a midnight visit and pin the ladies down.
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Angus Pittham - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 13:18:14 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144780
>just do a midnight visit and pin the ladies down.

Kinky....
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Wesley Trotfoot - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 06:32:39 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144780
How do you carry them thoigh? I have them in those toy seedling cups and I'm afraid they're going to outgrow them soon.
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Dicky Lingus - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 16:42:27 EST ID:ikUG6W2E No.144870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wrap this in some clothes and put in a bag.


Aerocloners by Shit Banningshaw - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 00:11:58 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144654 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I just got a cheap 18 site cloning bucket.
This thing is umm....crazy...

I stuck three cuttings from a GSC Extreme mother on Tuesday. Ran it per instructions and used their nutes and shit.

Usually, when I clone, the cuttings droop a bit and look like, well, like they have been cut off a plant.

In this cloner? Fucking standing straight and tall and perfectly green. You would think they already had a root system. No sign of stress at all. Post some pics tomorrow when the lights are out. Really impressed. Easy to setup and seems to be working. Hopefully, by Tuesday I will have some roots!
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Phoebe Trotridge - Fri, 05 May 2017 16:05:54 EST ID:HfyHNtvz No.144676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144654
i've seen these aero misters used for cloning through looking at aeroponics. Not much help from me though. Would be interested in knowing more about aeroponics though.
nb
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Edward Sizzleshit - Sat, 06 May 2017 13:32:43 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144676
Surprisingly easy. I get the impression full-on aeroponics is much harder. This is simple. Like, 5 minutes and it was running. Already had my first clone root. Sadly, I fucked up the next day and forgot to plug in the bucket after moving it, and she died. Power outages will fuck you hard on this.

Really effective though. I was all "Aeroponics? Isn't that some Wesley Crusher level shit?" and then discovered that this was really basic.
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Wesley Cindlefield - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 08:13:20 EST ID:DLIz0Odg No.144862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144682
You could get a cheap decommissioned UPS to cover power outages.
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Caroline Sashfield - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 20:13:27 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144862
Naw, the issue is I have to unplug it/turn it off to check the roots.
For some strange reason my short term memory isn't that good and once in a while I forget to turn it back on.

Learning...getting better at it. Have enough clones to give to a friend now. I want to get the genetics I have out there so I have people I can go to if I need them back.


Window weed by Lydia Sesslewill - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 00:37:56 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144856 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you grow plants on the window sill without letting light get to them in the day? How much light is too much.
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Archie Bimmledork - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 22:22:50 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144856
Ummm....not sure what you mean?
If you are growing with natural light, the shorter days of autumn will cause it to start flowering. You just need to have a way to keep light from getting to them at night


first time growing - Improvement and tips by Southernbro - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 20:35:47 EST ID:HCWdV8vO No.144126 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, this is my indoor system and I would like to know what else I could put in it. It is a 60x60x170 tent, 250 watts sodium, lights 20/4. They "big" one is an unknown automatic seed that was given to me, the other four are random buddha automatics. Big one has a 10 liter pot and the other ones are 7 liters, which I will change to 11 liters ones. Soil is ATAMI. I'm currently using mineral fertilizers for flowering in the big one and growing in the rest.
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Southernbro - Sat, 06 May 2017 14:51:11 EST ID:N04DeL0S No.144684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey, I've returned. I already harvested two of the five plants I once had. First one was this purple one >>144471 but I barely got 8 grams from it. Now, I've come to ask how much longer will it take for this one to be ready. I'm using a lot of fertilizers so I want to start using only fresh water to clean the roots at least one week before harvesting. What would you say?
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Southernbro - Sat, 06 May 2017 14:52:44 EST ID:N04DeL0S No.144685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144684
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Southernbro - Sat, 06 May 2017 14:54:10 EST ID:N04DeL0S No.144686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144685
I did some heavy lollipopping in this one, but it looks like it is working out well.
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Rebecca Turveybury - Wed, 24 May 2017 04:50:12 EST ID:JuASqyXD No.144742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144258

when you have white hairs you don't want water on the plant itself because that can help the mold grow try and keep the leafs dry next time

also too many nutrients is what caused the seed pods to not develop and turn into leafs instead........
>>144228 or that fox tailing could be caused by heat from the light.
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Doris Dibbletidging - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 12:40:51 EST ID:JuASqyXD No.144854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144684

2 many ferts.


Stupid questions ITT by Nell Bogglegold - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:21:50 EST ID:sZx4LRMM No.143906 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi guys.
I've been trying to learn more about the indoor growing and I've some question about the whole light led watts stuf.

I assumed the LED is more efficient than other types of light per watt and if I calculated it right you would need about 100 watt of led for 2-2.5 square feet.
to be specific I am thinking of a box with 45cm(17,7inch) by 55cm(21.6inch) which should be 2.6 square feet.
does this sound like enough for one plant?
cause as of right now, I think the light with that setup while using led will cost me about 20$ not counting fixtures and wires, but their cost is negligeble so I don't take it into acount.

Also is that enough space for one plant? High can be as high as 2m (more than 6'0) so I assume this is not the issue either.
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John Shittingworth - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 10:50:48 EST ID:GoYBJcly No.143960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143959
I checked and apparently it's algae. It could get into the roots and slow down the growth, so it's time to transplant.
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Matilda Pibbermirk - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 05:55:33 EST ID:sZx4LRMM No.144841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So, the draw on those led is actually about 30W
And had to modify the Height, it is more limited now.
And here arose a problem that I wasn't expecting, the motherfucker keeps growing in height to the light. It is already 80cm(31inch) and I can maybe add another 20cm (8 inch) or so.
added 8cm to height yesterday, and today it has already compensated for it. Right now it is only 2cm (1 inch) away from the light.
I assume it grows like that since it is lacking light, I read about the symptoms and it seems like this is it, tall stems lots of space between nodes.
I love this virile lanky motherfucker, but I was not expecting that.
I can think of two options, raising the hight (but because of the design I can only add the whole 20cm right now, can't do incriments like I did before, at least I hasn't figured out a way yet, I might have an idea, but it needs work) or spread the light and let it grow past them till it hits the ceiling whichi is about 20cm (8 inch) away, if it even will, cause it seems like lanky stops at that 2cm(1 inch) mark.
Anyone got any experience with such an issue?
All are welcome to share their ideas
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Matilda Pibbermirk - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 05:59:46 EST ID:sZx4LRMM No.144842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144841
oh right.
and it is auto ak 47. The seed bank info on hight was 40-140cm (16-55 inch)
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Matilda Pibbermirk - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 06:02:13 EST ID:sZx4LRMM No.144843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144842
god damn, I forgot the age. it is about 40 days. I can expect it to complete it cycle in 30 or so according to info from seed bank. And it is flowering.
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Cedric Bardgold - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 09:45:55 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143959
algae
Nothing to worry about


One of my outdoor plants is slumping by Walter Grimford - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 10:54:21 EST ID:gyo9iEgD No.144844 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, so I'm new the growing, been outdoor growing my plants, and one of the plants seems to not be doing so hot. The leaves seem limp compared to the other plants I'm growing. This is the offending plant, strain is supposedly "wicked good candy"

2nd picture will be one of my other plants that seems to be faring much better, "cheddar head"
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Walter Grimford - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 10:55:22 EST ID:gyo9iEgD No.144845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144844
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Nell Gevingworth - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:13:13 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should get bigger pots
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Walter Grimford - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:47:13 EST ID:gyo9iEgD No.144847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144846

I will be. I have 20 gallon fabric pots, and i found out there is a 15-20% off sale on roots organic 707 at my local grow shop this saturday, thats when im making the big move.


Guerrila grow by Phineas Mablingstock - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 05:57:39 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144829 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it good or bad to put tiny plants outside when there's a lot of rainy weather coming? They're about 8 inches or so maybe going on a foot soon.

The weather just started getting warm enough to put them outside but it's been raining like fucking crazy and this is the weekly forecast
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Rebecca Fadgemotch - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 14:13:41 EST ID:5Oi/BJlT No.144830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you acclimated them to the outdoors yet?


Mostly outdoor - Will it work? by Emma Bodgeworth - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 13:16:52 EST ID:aIQ/qRaL No.143774 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm doing a ton of reading since I can legally grow now, but pardon my noobiness. I want to start growing in the beginning of January. My plan is to leave the plants outside until it gets dark, then bring them in so they continue getting light so they won't flower early. How much light will they really need just to not flower? Do I really need to invest in a light just for after sunset? Or will setting the plants near the lamp that is lighting the room anyways be enough? I live in southern california so temperature shouldn't be an issue.
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Jenny Sezzledale - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 02:49:27 EST ID:7KwLf33S No.144216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The plants sprouted about 8 weeks ago now.

They got some tiny black mites for a while from my parsley plant, but I tried to pick all of the bugs off and made some pesticide out of thai chilis, garlic, onion, and water. It seems to have worked.

I just transplanted them to larger pots with potting soil, and this time a little charcoal instead of perlite since I had it.
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Jenny Sezzledale - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 02:50:24 EST ID:7KwLf33S No.144217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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pic that shows off my rad grow corner
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Hamilton Wonderdale - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 11:41:07 EST ID:iZG5vRT7 No.144218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143774
Drop $150~ on some t5s, or LED or even some CFLs if you actually want to harvest. Here's my plant at 8 weeks with florescents that were $130 off Amazon.
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Henry Sucklehet - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 21:31:30 EST ID:7KwLf33S No.144819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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resurrecting this thread from the depths of page 5 with updates. Feels damn good to look at my plants now compared to >>143922

Here's what the plants look like today. I was planning on letting the plants veg for a lot longer, but I was hoping to force them into flowering by leaving them outside. I wanted to give the weed to my roommate before I graduated, but now I'm graduating in 2 weeks and I'm just going to keep the plants.


The one female flowering plant was a free feminized bonus seed I got for buying anything. The other 3 are random sativa dominant seeds. The dying plant had male flowers, so I just stopped watering it. The middle two plants show no signs of flowering.

QUESTIONS I HAVE NOW
-how long does it take for these flowers to get bigger? seems to be taking a long ass time.
-I've been picking the dying/mostly dead leaves off my plants. Should I be doing this? I'm pretty sure it's a good idea. I doubt they're photosynthesizing anymore.
-should I continue fertilizing the flowering plants? I know they need less N and more P once they're flowering. I took a month or two break from fertilizing all of the plants out of laziness, just gave them some yesterday, and I just gave a tiny bit to the flowering plant.
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Archie Puddleseck - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 23:35:03 EST ID:UpIT+Lm/ No.144820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144217
Laaaame. Get a 4-in-1 socket splitter for that lamp and some E27 LED spots.


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