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Small pot better then a large one ? by Simon Sopperwater - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 21:38:17 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143537 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I planted in a fairly deep and narrow pot 15cm and got a nice root punching out within a weeks time went on and i replanted in a even bigger, now all holes in the bottom (a lot) is filled with roots, BUT when i poke around in the topsoil 1 finger down i can feel no roots.

I wonder if i started in a cup i would have gotten a better rootball ?
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 19:47:02 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143590 Report Quick Reply
You can also train your roots to avoid root circling and entanglement by painting the inside of your containers with copper sulfate or copper carbonate like the nurseries do, and it acts as a repellent for the rootball, keeping it away from the sides and forcing it in a downward direction. If anyone here has a line on either one of those chemicals, I have been wanting to use them but i can't find a place that sells it pure for a fair price unless you want to buy a 55 gallon drum or some shit, let me know if you know something that I may be missing.
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Shitting Dirringhug - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 23:34:18 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143537

Bigger pot is always better.
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Charles Drarrydale - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 14:08:12 EST ID:T9Z8be9J No.143649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143590
https://apcpure.com/product/Sulphuric_Acid_96?track=1&gclid=CjwKEAjws5zABRDqkoOniLqfywESJACjdoiGYk9yzNMLJvARw4n7mV6o99N53aYohiktDPFkiOTDlRoCFs_w_wcB
buy that
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=how+to+make+copper+sulfate%5D&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&ei=0rYHWNT6KdP38Afnga-YDQ#q=how+to+make+copper+sulfate
and do that

c'mon cheapo
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 02:40:47 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143673 Report Quick Reply
>>143649

Now I'm wondering how the nurseries make it into a thin paste to paint the inside of the pots with.
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Wesley Pickstone - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 13:49:11 EST ID:T9Z8be9J No.143675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143649
>>143673
You could mist the edges of your pot with water and roll the powder around till its all covered. It will dissolve a little bit but its fine.


Doing it wrong by Angus Wellysodging - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 05:37:40 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143659 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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in retrospective i should have trimmed these off for bigger top buds right ?
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Frederick Smallforth - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 15:30:10 EST ID:TX73SJ/x No.143661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes and no.
Hard to say for sure without a proper journal to look at.

Less shitty low-tier branches = More energy towards the tops.
Less branches = Less bud.

In my experience all the trimming and cutting should be done before entering the flower cycle.
And at that point, it's hard to predict the end-game structure of the plant, so therefore it's kind of hard to know which one's are worth keeping and cutting.

Next time just top/fim/scrop the plant and keep all the tops on the same level, that way you get as many big top buds as you want.
Maybe invest your time in reading the actual grow techniques, mediums and nutrients... and master them before worrying about cutting off parts of the plant.
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Angus Wellysodging - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 16:11:37 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This plant got hit hard by cal mag deficiency at the end of veg
ph runoff was allover the place
So i switched to bio nutes and the plant got happy again but probably lost a week progress and a bunch of fan leaves
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Basil Pittwater - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 08:03:41 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.143669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, "trimming" is nonsense unless:
The parts of the plant you remove is damaged / half dead from nutrient deficiency or something else.
Your growing space is so crowded that you would risk mold.
During the veg cycle to enforce a more bushy growth pattern.
If you are doing scrog as a precaution so that leaves receiving zero light will die anyway.

This plant is so spindly that it hasn't even grown to a state that leaves compete with each other.

The notion that lower branches steal "energy" from the plant is pure bro-science and has no basis to make sense because the limiting factors are light and co2 uptake. Second the plant doesn't "route" resources from the soil to the top, if you remove parts of the upper plant you made the corresponding roots superfluous which in term die off.
And if you are limited by rood oxygen, fertilizer or water uptake you are doing something seriously wrong.
Fix that before playing surgery on your plants.
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 02:37:30 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143672 Report Quick Reply
You should have a uniform process of trimming that you can get by studying the strain that you have for a few grow cycles and deciding for yourself what the best course should be. Look at things like overall height, the power of your lights especially near the bottom branches, if the plant wants to grow a big single cola on the main branch or if it wants several main branches with smaller nuggets on the end of each, etc.


dead plant? by noob - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 17:02:19 EST ID:fD+uZz6Q No.143650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey guys, [email protected] i planted this seed some time ago. it was growing okay but a couple days back i saw it had a little bug walking around and now it has these brown/dark orange things at the middle.

i noticed the "new stem" which was always hairy and white has turned kinda dark too, its still white on the borders and the old ones are green though. the leaves keep growing but im kinda concerned. is it rootrot or something else?, can it be saved?.

its an autoflowering and i leave it outside in a pot (kinda spring on my country)
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noob - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 11:33:56 EST ID:+DiHLsbe No.143655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143650


medical by Hugh Derrytotch - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 20:53:04 EST ID:F3zfU5kF No.143652 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In WA I can only grow my own legally if I have a medical waiver. Anyone have experience getting one? How difficult/expensive is it?
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Wesley Supperfedging - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 19:48:42 EST ID:1yibxkNQ No.143658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143652
please tell us when you find out


Recommend a regular strain for seedmaking by Archie Millerfatch - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 12:41:37 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143564 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So many to choose from not easy
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Hannah Donnerville - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:13:55 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143564

Don't use seeds to sustain your grow, learn how to clone cuttings. With seeds you get random results, with cuttings you get an exact clone of the plant with the same features, and you'll also cut down growing time by rooting a cutting and skipping the whole germination phase.
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Hannah Donnerville - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:16:05 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143586

I've grown sativas in the closet and it works just fine, they don't get too tall if you top them properly. Just don't put indicas in there with them, they won't get enough light.
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Basil Murdstone - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 03:03:07 EST ID:dtaAybLt No.143629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143564
Bodhi seeds.

>>143586
You can grow sativas anywhere, just train them.
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Angus Sengersere - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 05:05:36 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143596
I cant grow nonstop
therefore the seed option
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Lillian Penninghed - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 05:05:36 EST ID:m7Km71qQ No.143647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143630
small seed runs are no problem. you'll want to selectively impregnate a branch of one of your plants which is fairly easy to do. you just chop the males before their balls pop and drop pollen everywhere. dry them out and collect the pollen then lightly apply it to the part of the plant you want seeded.

as for selecting a strain(s) to breed thats all up to you. look for characteristics you want. Traits like indica or sativa, terpene content, etc and go from there.

I've never seen any strain being marketed as a good seed producer and i don't think this is a trait that someone would even need to breed out in the plants. evolution and everything, the plants that were shit at producing seeds probably died off long before man started growing and breeding cannabis.


Botany by Caroline Chingerway - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 07:12:37 EST ID:Vb23ZErm No.143631 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been thinking of getting into botany. I have always been intersted in it. No, I am not talking about growing weed. It'd be cool to take a flora and go to a national park/forest or some shit. I really want to grow dope, exotic plants, but I live in Scandinavia where the summers are hot af but short as shit. I also live in an apartment and do not have access to a green house. Is there any cool shit you can do with botany (besides growing plants and marvelling at them full of awe)?
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 13:29:25 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143632 Report Quick Reply
>>143631

You could work for a place like Monsanto if you wanted to make it your career. If you live in an apartment, search for a community gardening collective or something where they took a patch of land and everyone takes care of it, as you learn about it, make friends and connections, there's always someone that needs something done and could use help with it.
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Caroline Chingerway - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 14:19:51 EST ID:Vb23ZErm No.143633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143632
Thanks for the post! I will definitely check out regional botanical gardens and national parks, and of course study a little bit. If I fall in love with it I'll probably study it at university. Maybe I will take pictures and post them here.
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 22:49:46 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143645 Report Quick Reply
>>143633

I forgot to mention, if you wanted to learn without having to pay for college, like an internship that gives you free room and board in exchange for working and learning how to farm there's

https://wwoofusa.org/our-farms/
and
http://www.beginningfarmers.org/internship-and-employment-opportunities/

It's for people that want to learn how to farm sustainably and are willing to pick up and travel to where they're going to live, if my health was better and I had the means to do it, I would do that for the rest of my life.


General Cannabis Growing Pictures Thread by Hannah Dartfield - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 20:42:20 EST ID:pcYBgPgS No.143618 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A thread for educational pictures. Requesting infopics, lighting charts, nutrient information, DIY grow setups, strain information, etc. A general compilation for new farmers. I want everything you got!

A thread like this would make a good sticky on this board. A FAQ.
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Samuel Darryson - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 04:21:07 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>have friends over at my old apartment years ago
>we're drinking, playing music kind of loudly
>cops arrive due to noise complaint
>bedroom closet full of weed plants
>dumbass roommate answers the door first and lets them bogart their way in
>they start walking around the living room, obviously looking for drugs lying around
>they want to go into the bedroom
>i block the door and tell them they need a search warrant
>they grill me for half an hour asking what i'm trying to hide, tell me i'm going to get in a lot more trouble if i don't let them search
>i lie and tell them i'm a closeted homosexual and didn't want my friends and my roommate to find out about my gay porn collection and gay sex toys
>they get kind of weirded out but tell me they understand and they'll be discreet
>i tell them i'm really uncomfortable and embarrassed about it and don't want them to see it either
>they give up and just tell us to keep the noise down and then they leave
>immediately collect the plants, bags of weed, paraphernalia and put it in a black trash bag and throw it into the dumpster at the other end of the complex
>never growing weed again
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Samuel Darryson - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 04:22:20 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oops, accidentally posted this as a reply
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Cedric Brembleville - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 21:01:21 EST ID:pcYBgPgS No.143625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here. I don't have any of these images but I've seen countless over the years. I know some of you have the dank WEED LIFE HACKS.

I want to try some new ideas.

>>143620
It was a good story. I'll allow it.


CFL growing. by Nicholas Blythehood - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 19:36:57 EST ID:0PRsH3oP No.143342 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there crops, not a first time grower but I don't have a lot of room to work with, so I just got done building a box 3x2.5x4 feer with 15 cfl fixtures (which can easily be raised/lowered) using 345w for veg and 630w for flowering. Seeds are in the mail, but I just wanted to give you guys a peek.
I'll probably be growing 1 autoflowering plant at a time, with LST and the amount of wattage the plant is getting I hope to get some good yields, enough to fulfill most of my personal use requirements.

Will be updating soon!
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 19:28:27 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143588 Report Quick Reply
>>143565

CFL's are so easy to hot swap, you can even do it without shutting them off, take a few 8500k's out and replace them with 2600k's until you get the redder hue that you want.

>>143566

Not with 100W above it by about a half foot and the other 200W on the sides encouraging lateral growth and hitting the low branches better. That's the only thing I would've changed.
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Nell Clablinghood - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 12:02:59 EST ID:3m7NH0mc No.143594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, you guys seem to be getting confused whose thread this is, lol. Sorry other dude. My setup has individual bulbs, not one big 300w, he just posted in the thread asking for advice. I'll update later today, it's sprouted.
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Hannah Donnerville - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:23:14 EST ID:kJ6L/Ex7 No.143598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used CFLs when I started growing and it was way more trouble than it was worth, having to constantly adjust the lights and prune the plants and tie them down to get them to grow in the right shape. They save money on your electric bill and the initial investment is cheaper, but eventually you're going to get sick of the hassle and switch to HPS and never look back.
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Reuben Shittinghall - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 10:55:51 EST ID:lAFvuvbl No.143607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143594
sorry OP.
Im the other dude.
cant wait to your veg Ive just starteds mine under half as much you
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Edwin Deblinggold - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 12:05:17 EST ID:7oPouzgW No.143622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143598
I've used HPS a bunch of times. Actually for the last 5 years consecutively. This year due to some family issues I'm not staying at my house for the foreseeable future (Dad has cancer, I will need to take care of him) so I only have a small space to grow in, so I decided to try out CFL's rather than buy an LED that cost twice as much as my little setup

Also, we have a seedling. Pic related.


Humidity problem by James Blythestock - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 06:47:24 EST ID:aWb7Y/oB No.143606 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a 60x60x180 tent up in a room where the humidity gets super high. Already lost most of one plant to mold, looking to sort it out before I try again.

Main problem is I sleep in the same room, and don't really fancy having the extractor fan going all night as it's impossible to sleep with it on.

Few questions, where would the best place to put a dehumidifier, in the tent or just in the same room? Also would putting the dehumidifier inside the grow tent at night allow me to sleep with the extractor fan off?

I had 2 plants in there, one was ruined by mold but the other was completely fine.

Basically looking for a way to control humidity without having to sleep with the noisy extractor fans going. The fans inside to blow air over the plants can stay on but the extractor is way too noisy to sleep with on.
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INTERPKL !3mB4iDBpWw - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 16:15:16 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143617 Report Quick Reply
>>143606

You don't have to put it into the tent because the tent is breathing the room's air. If you're cloning you want 90% humidity, for veg around 60-70% and for bloom under 35%.
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John Dudgedock - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 04:43:24 EST ID:tm2f2IFw No.143621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
masturbate in a different room before you go to sleep, that will keep the humidity down.


Books by Frederick Blatherstock - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 22:19:30 EST ID:F3zfU5kF No.143602 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are there any basic books on botany/gardening I should read before I start growing?
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Hugh Fomblelure - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 02:53:00 EST ID:tm2f2IFw No.143603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no just get seeds and start, its pretty easy
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Edward Gishmat - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 04:00:10 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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na
you just need this
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Edward Gishmat - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 04:02:54 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143604
and that


Nite burn? by Budget Grower - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 19:46:25 EST ID:wDfJuJo8 No.143599 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently transplanted a pretty big clone of some blue dragon into some Ocean forest fox farm soil. Im not sure what soil i was oricginally rooted on. But ever since then i have cropped it and the healing knott has done very well. After that i did some LST to keep all 4 tops the same height. But now i jave recently noticeds that new growth and lower leaves have a very light green color, along with clawed leaves. Im afraid it is nute burn, but i have rarely had any deficiencies in any plants ive grown so i dont have the eye for it. Can you guys help a fellow grower fix this problem? I just did a 2 gallon flush on about a liter pot and am afraid that it wont work. Can you share some advice?
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John Piblingdud - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 19:52:47 EST ID:wDfJuJo8 No.143600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
More pictures
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 20:58:45 EST ID:w/eMcEZe No.143601 Report Quick Reply
>>143599

The quickest way to rule out nutrient burn is your leaf tips, if they're not brown then you probably aren't overdoing it. Yours looks like either overwatering, root rot, or micronute deficiency.


justforyoubb by Hamilton Tootway - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 17:30:32 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.143577 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Outdoor 2016
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Edward Pittbanks - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 18:45:27 EST ID:LFPh87c8 No.143587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143585
shieet
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Ian Clayspear - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 20:56:25 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.143591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Ian Clayspear - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 21:00:43 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.143592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Samuel Blellernark - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 01:49:39 EST ID:ebu3lt/b No.143593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP help me out, I got some plants outdoors and they're already flowering at like 6 weeks and 15 inches tall. What was the timeframe of your grow? How long did they take to flower, then to grow buds?
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Ian Clayspear - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 12:49:14 EST ID:zb6o9T5u No.143595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143593
a lot depends on how far north or south you are but i took the clone april 25th it grew under a 400W hps until may 20th when it got put outside started flowering at the end of july and finish by the first week of october


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