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Mound of Mushrooms by Eugene Pabberlack - Wed, 31 May 2017 15:39:52 EST ID:TPfwqtSr No.144777 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I just spotted this mound of mushrooms in my neighborhood and was wondering if there was any way for me to identify them.
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Nigel Nickleforth - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 19:44:34 EST ID:nHSIskyy No.144793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144777
If mushrooms bruise blue they probably have psilo in them. And are probably safe to eat. IF they do not bruise blue, bright, obvious, blue, don't eat them.
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Albert Dovingchirk - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 12:04:39 EST ID:J63Wvy2x No.144814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144793
No. This is bullshit.

If it bruises blue and looks like an active species, it's probably an active.

There are many species which can bruise blue, and not all of them are safe.
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Henry Sucklehet - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 21:01:57 EST ID:7KwLf33S No.144818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coprinellus_micaceus
I don't know why but wikipedia always has such shitty atypical mushroom pics.
These are pretty common. Edible, but not that great. Once they start turning black I wouldn't want to eat them.

for future identification needs check out https://www.shroomery.org/forums/postlist.php/Board/3
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Wesley Worthingworth - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:28:06 EST ID:6au38xve No.144824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
LBM's


Coffee grounds liquid fertilizer by Wesley Bladgelot - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 22:41:06 EST ID:EmUBFwso No.144796 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/ I'm curious about the use of coffee grounds mixed with water and used as liquid fertilizer. Anyone done anything like this before?
Certainly mixed in with soil (particularly when composted) is a well recognized technique but I'm more interested in it as a liquid veg nute and plan to do some experimentation. With grounds being around 2% nitrogen by volume it's quite a tempting proposition.

A few main points i've been pondering
1) Availability of nitrogen in the water itself after the solid grounds are strained out. Anyone have any idea whether sufficient nutes (predominantly nitrogen) will soak out and be available in the solvent (water)? I suppose the grains could be left in but this would sort of defeat the purpose of a liquid fertilizer.
2) Acidity will be an issue. I've run out of litmus paper but more should be here soon and I'll update with a rough figure of what amount of bicarb brings a certain amount of coffee grounds water to neutral.
3) Feeding regime. Research seems to indicate the nitrogen will be readily available, but hard to quantify that compared to commercial fertilizers so will proceed in this with caution

With any luck, I'll keep you guys posted time to time with how the plan progresses. Any opinions/knowledge welcome!
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Jarvis Bunhall - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 13:50:08 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144796
I'd treat it like seed meal. That is what it basically is. Just seed meal.
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Alice Clingerville - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 12:15:54 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.144811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
coffee grounds are supposed to be composted before use. Mixing various compostable materials before planting is another approach, although it isn't particularly useful for hemp. That's mainly as a multi-year approach for trees or plantations that will be used for several seasons.
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Isabella Murdhood - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 17:53:55 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144796
You should google Worm Tea. Basically you just soak worm castings in water. People often then add adjuncts like seed meal, blood and bone meal, and even various liquid ferts.

I think that worm castings might be a better option. In the very least, they are a good way to quickly "compost," a bunch of organic material. As long as you don't feed them just coffee grounds, they can process grounds into usable form faster than a traditional compost.


Outdoor Grow Questions :PURE FAG EDITION by Barnaby Gazzletone - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 13:09:16 EST ID:gyo9iEgD No.144790 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm going to be doing my first grow in a legal state, and I'm going to be doing it outside. Was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of some good literature for my questions.

  1. What container should I use for growing outdoors? Bags, pots, ground?

2. What size container if not ground?

3. What soil / nutrients should I use to optimize growth? I've seen a shit ton of nutrient mixes people promise provide the dopest results, but I don't trust advertisers who just say "Dankest buds you've ever seen!" "The realest purp skurp ever!"

4. Exposure to outdoors? I got them from clones grown indoors, pic related. I've been taking them outside during the day, and keeping them inside under a flourescent light while they are still small enough to move easily, is there anything else i should be doing?

I have transplanted them to regular flowerpots for the mean time. The guy who sold them to me told me they should be okay in there for a few weeks.

People just tell em "just put it outside and itll grow man lol" but I kind of want to try to optimize best I can for outdoor growing. I know it isnt indoor growing for sure, but I don't want a shit harvest.
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Shitting Drossletitch - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 16:05:44 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144790

    • Whatever you want. If you have good soil, use the ground. If not, go with a bag or pot.

2. - This is a harder one. First off, where do you live and how long do you plan to grow the plant? Guys up in Mendocino and other warm climes often use outdoor floods on timers to "trick" the plants into growing over the winter (such as it is there,) and often harvest 8lbs from massive "Weed Trees," that are 11 months old or some shit. Those plants need MASSIVE containers. Growing for a shorter period, get a smaller container.

3. - Use a GOOD soil. Check any literature or Youtube info for Jorge Cervantes. He has soil mix recipes and shit that will take you from seed to harvest with no added nutes. Or, you can buy something like Happy Frog Ocean Farm and use and occasional top dressing of ferts to top things off. Again, also depends on length of grow. A longer grow = more nutes needed for the plant.

4 - You also need to let them stay outside at night. Look up "hardening off," (that's what she said! LOL! I kill me...) and they have all sorts of guides. I am doing it now with seedlings, but it will work for clones too. Your big concern is night temps and full sun. Sounds like they are doing OK with the sun, but you need that night temp drop to really get them prepped.

>I have transplanted them to regular flowerpots for the mean time.

Wait...did you plant them, or are they in the cups still? You want to transplant as little as possible, since every transplant "shocks" the plant. That results in a delay of a week or so in terms of growth.

Honestly, you probably have less to worry about harvest-wise outdoors than indoors. As long as you can provide ferts (shit, weekly Miracle-Gro will do the trick...) and thinks aren't super fucky with your soil, you should do just fine with an outdoor grow compared to indoor.
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Beatrice Pimmledock - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 05:14:57 EST ID:hsWHZe32 No.144806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is that cup size about right for those plants? I have some plants I need to carry a far distance.
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Edward Dredgeville - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 10:15:17 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144806
They will be tippy, but as long as they are transplanted, they will do fine.
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Ian Funnerduck - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 08:17:22 EST ID:gyo9iEgD No.144812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144791

I'm living in Maine, climate wise we generally have typical warm temperatures from june to august / september. Like 80's 90's during that time, on either side its usually 60's 70's. So I really doubt I'm going to be getting massive weed trees haha, probably growing outside from may to october.

We've been getting massive amounts of rain for the last week, so I dont want to leave them outside in their flowerpots and flood, so I've been bringing them in every night to leave under the light.

They were moved to flower pots when I got them. The guy said they should be fine in the flower pots for a few weeks before i transplanted to my final container.

Any recommendation on bags? No idea if there are any bags that are considered the best or not.

Thanks for the soil info, I'll check out that info.

I'm worried about putting them in the ground because the soil is incredibly rocky, and on top of ledge I think. My biggest worry is slugs and deer, because we have a fuckton of deer.
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Isabella Murdhood - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 08:50:11 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144812
Slugs are easy. Use beer traps.

Deer are harder. May need to rig up a tomato cage covered in chicken wire for the deer.

Temps are a bitch right now. I am also in New England, and we are looking at highs in the 50s coming up! WTF?


How many AutoFlowers can i fit? by Edward Bluddlenadge - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 22:12:44 EST ID:VHBiG8hA No.144785 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ive got a generic 1000w led full spectrum light and a mars hydro 600w led light how many Autoflowers can I comfortably fit for the entire grow... pic is my mobile grow house so space isn't an issue
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Jarvis Bunhall - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 13:48:15 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144797
You need to learn to do math.

5x5 is 25 sq ft. How big are the three gallons? Not very. You can get quite a few into 1 sq ft.

At two per sw ft, you get 50 pots. That is 50 single plants in 50 single pots.
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Thomas Billinghall - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 22:25:12 EST ID:HwtQyCiK No.144802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I run a 600w in a 2x3. Fuck are you talking about 5x5? Dont just talk shit lol. I 600w at TOPS can spread nice on a 3x3, nothing bigger.
>>144797
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Thomas Billinghall - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 22:26:56 EST ID:HwtQyCiK No.144803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They are telling you that the amount of plants id dependent on your style. If you are growing big plants run 5 gallons if you are running small SOG single cola plants you can go as small as 2 litre bottles, or even SOLO cups if you are a badass with coco. Anyway I would recommend reading up on "Sea of Green". Peace.
>>144797
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Reuben Duckshit - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 01:48:10 EST ID:VHBiG8hA No.144805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144800
lol I did do the math dick head... google a 3 gallon smart pot and tell me again how the fuck id fit 50... lol smoke moar and chill out man and quit being an asshole
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Edward Dredgeville - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 10:19:46 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144805
Dude, a 3 gallon smart pot is NOT that big. You could probably get 50 in there. People have all sorts of spaces in use at different densities.


New to growing Marijuana, have some questions by David Billingdock - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 13:01:06 EST ID:bgBCVeEq No.144781 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been looking at setups, strains, seeds, nutrients and places for a good grow. I believe I've found a place to get the genetics and a place to grow but I don't have much else. There are so many kinds of nutrients and growing mediums to use and ways to grow it's a little overwhelming to start out. I have never grown anything in my life, but I want too. I'm looking for information and suggestions for setups, basic beginner strains and seedbanks who can ship world wide. I looked at Royal Queen Seeds - Easy Bud, has anyone grown this strain before and is it worth it? Could anyone also suggest strains that are fast growing, hardy, and small? Also looking for Kinds of small setups for a plant or two and types of nutrients and when to use them are also very much appreciated.
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Clara Blathershit - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 19:11:41 EST ID:aWb7Y/oB No.144783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144781

http://www.growweedeasy.com/
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Angus Pittham - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 19:55:26 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144781
Just grow a feminized auto-flower for your first grow. Seriously. Look at nothing else.
Very easy. Very beginner friendly. Simple.
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Esther Clepperfon - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 20:43:43 EST ID:4VNOhcuV No.144794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144781
Bump, what would a good autoflower be for a small grow tent? Like a 24x24x48 inches? And what light would you guys recommend for a small space like that?
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Jarvis Bunhall - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 21:30:33 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144794
I'd say any of the autos. It really doesn't matter too much, as long as you don't get weird and go with Auto Duck or some other weird shit. Some of it too depends on what you can get. I had a bunch of seeds I wanted to get, but couldn't because the damn vendor didn't ship to the US. Happens.

Light-wise...depends. That sounds prime for an LED grow. If you want cheap maybe a viparspectra 450 or something like that. Spend more, get better lights.
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Thomas Billinghall - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 22:28:44 EST ID:HwtQyCiK No.144804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lowrider Diesel
>>144794


growing by Aye lmao - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 17:26:53 EST ID:bAw8rcst No.143641 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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was wondering how can i grow shooms the easiest way at home?
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Shitting Dirringhug - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 19:08:31 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143641
>Order some pre-sterilized grain spawn bags and a spore syringe
>Inoculate the bags and let them colonize.
>When they are halfway colonized, smush up the spawn and shake it around to spread the mycelium
>When fully colonized, cut off the top of the bags, add a 1 inch casing layer of wet coir or vermiculite on top
>Loosely fold the opening of each bag over and secure it with a single piece of tape or a paperclip in the middle to let some air in, leave the bags inflated to give the mushrooms room to grow
>Move the bag to a place where it will get some light to trigger pinning, give it a misting if there's no condensation on the sides.
>??????
>Profit

This is about as simple as it gets. You don't need jars or a pressure cooker, your substrate's already sterilized and ready to go. You won't get as big of a yield as you would with using a monotub, but you don't have to go through the trouble of getting a tote, sanitizing it, drilling holes in it, lining it with plastic, and all that. And by having a bunch of small bags instead of one big monotub, you won't have all your eggs in one basket and a contamination won't be a massive loss.
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Jack Shittingham - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 19:23:17 EST ID:bAw8rcst No.143778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143642
Thanks bud.
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Angus Bandernone - Tue, 30 May 2017 18:53:08 EST ID:+WDcRAwp No.144775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143641
rice boiled into cakes with vermeculite, then innoculate them with spores. you could buy the spores or just take a spore print by leaving a mushroom cap overnight on a piece of paper and then drawing up the spores mixed with water into a syringe.
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Nigel Dribbersteck - Tue, 30 May 2017 23:24:23 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143642
This is wise and informed advice.

Personally, this may be my next challenge. I always shied away from it, since most of the methods require an investment in equipment and shit. Sometimes I wanna see if I can even remotely do something before dumping a bunch of cash into gear.


Dead horse beating contest! by Nicholas Bevingstone - Mon, 22 May 2017 12:34:48 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144726 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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LEDs vs HPS/MH lights! Which is better!?!

No, seriously, not to beat a dead horse, but I have been seeing some evidence that LEDs can now compete with traditional hot lights, in SOME WAYS when it comes to growing weed. Personally, I use a mix of cheap LEDs and MH in my veg area. The MH is a cheap 250W non-switchable ballast in hood rig that I got for free so...you know...why not? But, the LEDs do seem to work decently.

What are you guys using and what are your observations?

I am looking just for REPORTS, not an argument. Everyone has a different experience and genetics and all sorts.

Just want some data. Anecdotal as it is.

Pic unrelated - Only picture of a light I had in my folder. CFLs suck IMHO.
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Angus Packlechure - Tue, 23 May 2017 15:11:32 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144736
Yeah. On small scales, I think the HIDs have more going for them. Although my problem now is getting rid of the heat. Probably have to get a bigger hood with 6" ducts instead of 4". In the winter, I could go without any fans on the hood at all.

This is a ridiculously long video, but at around the 50 minute mark, they start talking about yield...LED vs HPS...as well as the complexities of cooling and moving all that heat around.

This video has some really good comparisons as they grew clones on HPS and LED at the same time. Some strains may be more LED friendly than others...Anyway, this video is worth watching. The guy he talks to....Horatio, seems to have a good grasp on things.
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Ian Fullyshaw - Sun, 28 May 2017 07:57:03 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.144760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People think they need less ventilation with LED panels vs HID lights are delusional as fuck.
You need a certain amount of ventilation for every watt of electricity consumed and there it makes jack shit of a difference which kind of light is being used.
Simple thermodynamics 101 -- energy in equals energy out.

Yeah if you put a thermometer directly below a HID it will show a higher reading because of additional infrared coming from the bulb. So maybe temps will be lower at the top of the plants, but certainly not overall.
What you care about is the air temperature anyway because that is what affects air humidity and if you need lower temps no LED beats a cooltube/vented hood HID system.
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Esther Dartdock - Sun, 28 May 2017 14:31:10 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144760
Aren't LEDs more efficient though at turning those watts into usable energy and less heat?

I mean, the 1 watt in-1 watt out makes sense in terms of heat energy, but if LEDs are being more efficient, they will put out less heat and more light. I know that this is why LEDs are better than tungsten. Tungsten bulbs produce something like 80% heat per watt delivered. Not useful.
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Ian Fullyshaw - Sun, 28 May 2017 16:40:24 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.144766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144764
Depends, at least a decent one does. But the difference is marginal. If you find a LED panel that is 20%, above a hps you are already pretty high end.
say 50% instead of 40% plug-to-photon
However almost all of that light ends up as heat again one way or the other. Besides the light not absorbed by the plants (which gets transformed into heat directly) only the part that is used to either a) evaporate water or b) is stored in form of chemical energy (building plant matter) isn't converted.
Organisms aren't that efficient at doing that....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photosynthetic_efficiency

Evaporated water probably plays the largest factor but that is depending on infrared and temperature too.

Once LEDs become so efficient that you don't have to cool them you might come back and do some experiments about that.

That said, don't buy the mangenta colored light chinesium led panels.

Warm white COBs are more efficient, don't give you issues like bleaching from a poor spectrum and cost about the same watt-for-watt if you can figure out a way to cool them.
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Phyllis Durringman - Mon, 29 May 2017 15:05:07 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144766
Yeah, been looking at the COB builds. Planning on doing one myself, as soon as I can design a good rig to hang it from. I'd also toying with the idea of building them into a DIY light mover system.

So, and this is something I am still trying to get a hold of, so bear with my stupidity, when we are talking heat...actual heat that you would have to remove from the grow area, what is the savings of say COB vs HPS/MH lights?

And let me clarify...I am thinking of the larger grows. Say 1,000 sq ft in a warehouse. Will the COBs throw out 80% of the heat an HPS/MH system would, and would such a setup require so much cooling that the economics make it a draw? Or does that 20% save you enough in extra cooling BTUs and straight power to make this kind of investment worth it?

It seems far more cut and dry on the smaller grows. Not so sure commercially, although it seems that if it saves a grower even 5% a year, that could be the difference between profit and a loss.


Tobacco flowers edible or poisonous? by Jenny Sundernut - Sat, 27 May 2017 01:21:47 EST ID:q4GEWqkk No.144754 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I noticed how great my tobacco flowers smelled and wondered if they would taste good or make a good spice.
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Reuben Fickleworth - Sat, 27 May 2017 11:03:12 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never heard of anyone smoking this "toe-back-oh," you speak of.
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Betsy Derryhane - Mon, 29 May 2017 13:32:19 EST ID:ppVT68Dr No.144767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144754
They are, as the whole plant is-poisonus, also, never heard of anybody smoke/eat them. But you can give your tobacco an additional aroma with them.


Plant outside by Eliza Nickleman - Tue, 23 May 2017 06:06:29 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144735 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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When should I put my plants out right now? It just got done beingcold up here in the northeast and the weather is still going down to 51 and 53 but it looks like the lows are staying around 55 now but the forecast is rainy as fuck. Do it now or wait? I might just them under lights and in windows while they are small and get them ready.
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Archie Cangerpudge - Tue, 23 May 2017 15:22:32 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.144738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144735
the question you need to ask yourself is are you getting more than 14 hours of sunlight. less than that and you run the risk of having the plant try to flower, if its rainy and cloudy that risk is slightly higher. temperature is important but so long as it stays above freezing your fine. also you never put seedlings outside the chance of a seedling making it vs a 2-4 week old plant is astronomical. They get eatin, swamped by rain, knocked over by wind all manner of bullshit you dont want
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Angus Packlechure - Tue, 23 May 2017 15:26:44 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144735
First question -

How big are they?

Second question -

How sunny/warm is the spot you picked?

Third Question -

Have you hardened them off yet to outside conditions?
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Angus Packlechure - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:12:32 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144738
We are past the Equinox. Should have no problem with light.
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Martha Shakeworth - Wed, 24 May 2017 22:36:21 EST ID:59utW5Vn No.144745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144740
I haven't started yet it literally just stopped snowing like 2 weeks ago and it's been going under 50 degrees every night and now the weather is finally staying above 55 but it's raining like fuck and that's what fucked my plants last year they got such a slow start because it never stopped raining. I'm just gonna start them and keep them under some weak lights and slowly get them used to outside
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Graham Greenlock - Thu, 25 May 2017 20:50:41 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144745
Maine?


There is 1000 seeds to choose form by Samuel Hingerstock - Tue, 09 May 2017 13:37:45 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144690 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what is the best strain you ever grown ?
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Wesley Brookridge - Thu, 11 May 2017 05:32:32 EST ID:6vW5dDN5 No.144696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hungarian blues are the best i've found unless you're looking for thebaine content
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Frederick Brookford - Sat, 13 May 2017 14:51:21 EST ID:m4BqNPEv No.144702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Williams Wonder
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Martha Crigglestock - Sun, 14 May 2017 04:57:53 EST ID:UpIT+Lm/ No.144705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bodhi's Granola Funk or More Cowbell.
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 14 May 2017 21:23:20 EST ID:uUnVQb2w No.144708 Report Quick Reply
Free Leonard

It was named after Leonard Peltier who killed 2 FBI agents on tribal land during a dispute. It was a cross between one of the original Neville pre 1988 G13 and a cancer patient who has since died, one of his male chocolopes. There were only a few hundred seeds of this originally, and I got 10 of them. I've never grown anything that had colas on them that were over 2 feet long and if you laid the plant out flat, from tip of one to the tip of another was nearly 6 feet in length.
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Esther Pockville - Tue, 16 May 2017 15:20:17 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144708
Damn...


Picking seeds by Eugene Blonkinfield - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 04:57:22 EST ID:JdMjclHL No.144402 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the least work
Pick them from fresh green buds or let them dry out ?
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Edwin Clobberkid - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 06:17:21 EST ID:6vW5dDN5 No.144483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144470
nice!
grow 1000 pounds this sumer
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 23:50:43 EST ID:Z5JAvHDD No.144509 Report Quick Reply
>>144470

Sort out the small white and green ones, then stick those in a pill bottle in the fridge until you go to sprout them. They'll keep longer in cold storage and sometimes will sprout sooner if they think that winter has come and gone when you go to pull them out of the fridge.
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Cornelius Pammlepire - Tue, 02 May 2017 12:34:09 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144509
Tested a few
you might be interested in the results
white and green 100% germination

it appears the size and shape is more important then color
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Sidney Sabbleville - Thu, 04 May 2017 00:13:35 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144669
>it appears the size and shape is more important then color

That's what she said!
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Frederick Brookford - Sat, 13 May 2017 14:52:26 EST ID:m4BqNPEv No.144703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144402
Wait till they are falling out of the plant. Then you'll know they're done.


questions by Ebenezer Harrytock - Fri, 05 May 2017 02:17:36 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Questions:

-Would a 600w LED light be enough for 6 well rooted clones? The plan is to put them immediately into flower.

-What size space should be used? Is 3'x3' enough?
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Ebenezer Harrytock - Fri, 05 May 2017 11:50:07 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144673
I smoke .5g a day, often don't smoke during the week too. Trust me it wouldn't take much to keep me permanently stocked.

Depending on how far along the clones are when I get them, I might veg them for a bit too.

>>144674
I can legally grow 12 plants total, only 6 of which can be in flower. Technically speaking the state constitution makes it so I can have under 25 plants, but I'm not gonna push it.
So the plan is to immediately flower 6 clones, while I also veg 3-6 clones.
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Phoebe Duffingmune - Fri, 05 May 2017 16:29:53 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144675
people veg a few weeks for a reason -you get so much more

will you get a popcorn nug or 2 top from each clone
willing to spend 2 months on that ??!?!
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Edward Sizzleshit - Fri, 05 May 2017 21:44:37 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144677
This.
Growth in plants is based on their surface area, the light they can get, and their nutes.

If you are getting all the nutes there...you need to have some time to simply build up leaf mass. As the leaf mass builds up, the plant gets exponentially bigger.

I do DWC, so I can literally see how much my plant consumes in water/nutes a day. My 4" clone right now, who is doing really great...is drinking milliliters. In three weeks, it will be closer to 1/4 gallon. A day. My big girls whom I just threw into flower are sucking down 1/2 gallon+ a day.

That is a massive difference. Trust me, it is worth the extra month or so of veg.
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Priscilla Driblingmire - Sat, 06 May 2017 00:22:26 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144678
>>144677

As I said, if the plants were too small, they would get a little veg first.
>Depending on how far along the clones are when I get them, I might veg them for a bit too.

The picture I posted is just the only clone picture any dispensary around had that wasn't a tiny pic of several rows of clones in a display. It's like 50 miles away or so, and I'm probably never going to it, meaning that I likely would never get clones from them, unless they had a strain I really wanted. So please, stop focusing on it. Neither of my questions have been answered.

I also don't want to grow megaplants or anything, and I don't want high as fuck yields. I'm a mega lightweight. Half a gram gives me enough smoke sessions to be high from noon to when I go to bed at around 10 or 11, and enough extra for a wake n' bake the next morning.

I don't want to grow too much, basically. I only am growing for myself, and if I keep the yields down this run then I can have a next run without a stupid amount of surplus. If I can squeeze about 2 ounces out of 6 plants this first run, I'm happy. If I fail to do that, no big deal, there will be bigger plants after.
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Edward Sizzleshit - Sat, 06 May 2017 13:29:48 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144679
Actually, it is easier with bigger plants. And we aren't talking 10 foot tall vegged-since-December-in-Humboldt beasts. We are talk two feet.

The big advantage with a bigger plant is that you have more of a buffer for your fuck ups. Little plants die from a lack of things or too much of something far quicker than a bigger plant.

Trust me, veg for 4 weeks and you will find it easier. It does help. And then if you get too much yield, gift some away. Not sure about your concern there.


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