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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Home Harvest

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- Sun, 18 Aug 2019 13:02:46 EST I66xQ/i1 No.146898
File: 1566147766814.jpg -(5902911B / 5.63MB, 3024x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Home Harvest
Hey guys, earlier in the year you all helped me with a Wedding Cake Clone. A caterpillar got to it but I managed to jar 50+ grams. Thank you all.

I currently have 2 plants from seed. They are being attacked heavily by mites. Everyday I take a few down and then I run through the branches and nug sites for webs.
They are currently in week2 week3 of flower. Is there anything I can spray while also using lady bugs?
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Homegrownmids - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 14:01:44 EST wEvXGZ5U No.146901 Reply
>>146899
Thanks bro.
I've used Monterey bay for caterpillars inter early weeks of flower and it didn't fukk up my shit but for mites I would be using something else so IDK how the crop would react. I guess back to ladybugs
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Jarvis Funkinlone - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:52:08 EST MqvBGR1F No.146902 Reply
>>146901
Why dont you put repellant on the base of the plant?
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Eugene Fanham - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 20:06:32 EST ef1tcmWF No.146904 Reply
>>146902
oh yeah, that sticky stuff on the stem is a good idea. What is that shit called again? tanglefoot or tangle trap I think. They crawl around and get stuck on it and die. It's especially useful for critters that hatch on the ground and crawl up the stem.

Vegetable Garden Thread

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 21:14:15 EST ivXB5l4f No.146823
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Post your zone, garden pics, and what you're growing. We didn't have our last frost until the end of May in my zone 5b area of Colorado, so I got a late start. I'm growing sweet corn, red kuri squash, yellow watermelon, scarlet runner beans, malabar spinach, okra, 4 kinds of peppers, 4 kinds of tomatoes, rosemary, parsley, thai basil, oregano, sweet basil, english thyme, and sage in this garden.
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Eugene Fanham - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 20:04:00 EST ef1tcmWF No.146903 Reply
Nice. You harvest anything yet OP?

Balaeric bonanza 2019

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- Fri, 31 May 2019 13:30:03 EST y4uLGUP1 No.146690
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Well hello there friends. Its me again and i'm back with another rooftop growout.
This years players are:

Ripper seeds: Old School, Zombie Kush and Black Mountain
Dinafem: Blue Cheese
Cinderalla 99 from a breeder who's name I can't remember. But apparently the same one as my grow from 2017 - Hyped for these the most, to say the least.
Sunset Sherbert S1 from phenofinders.
I was given to these from a grower freind of mine after trying some of theirs I had to give them a grow.
Bradley Danks - Tester seeds: Dosi-Snitzel fem, Jager Punch fem and Strawberry Snitzel fem - All are tester seeds from a new breeder based in oregon. Exited for these also.

Started germ for them all back at the end of March, as the weather was on the turn for the good.
Had a few troubles since then, mostly due to my dogs being really into chomping down on them hard core and then vomiting it all back up again.
This happened around three times, a few plants being killed and some going beyond the point of saving.
Eventually sorted my life out, got some protective mesh to deter my dogs and the girls have been on the mend.

I took cuttings from all of the ripper seeds, the blue widow, Sunset sherbert and the BDanks jagerpunch. Some for friends and the rest for my mountain grow i'm also doing.

All have been doing really well after the dog munching had stopped and were doing well before, also. The C99 was showing some signs of neut def and was yellowing but now seems to be returning back to a darker shade of green. I think the multiple dog chomps she recieved also didn't help much, but she is now on the up and up.
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Archie Nezzlewater - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 08:07:27 EST fH74TB7C No.146893 Reply
Oh shit dude. you that nigga from Spain I remember your last thread. Keep it up dude you are an inspiration to us all.
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Samuel Becklehod - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 20:38:56 EST ef1tcmWF No.146900 Reply
>>146882
This looks like such a beautiful place to live. Beautiful plants too.

Plant confusion; beginner

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- Sat, 29 Jun 2019 01:38:27 EST Vf9bEv/C No.146782
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Hey guys, I'm a first timer, and I was hoping you could tell me what's going on with these leaves...

Did I misunderstand? The seeds looked normal, but the leaves make me question everything. Did I misidentify this?

Thanks
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William Barringbick - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 13:50:38 EST 53z0U7qr No.146877 Reply
>>146782
Could be bad genetics, you can't really expect much from free seeds.
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DANKBUD - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 21:05:20 EST Hxcn1Iuv No.146895 Reply
>>146782
looks like sativa land race genetics, the three bladed fan leaves give it away, or that the environment changed, aka there was a bunch of tall grass shading it its whole like so it started flowering but then reverted to veg when that grass or what ever was removed... that or like i said its sativa land race, possible autoflowering... ive seen that before more than once, but like i said, from changes in light patterns or genetics, most likely light, but possible landrace genetics (normally poop but great for making strains)
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Barnaby Worthingwell - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 07:51:50 EST rR3ru14r No.146897 Reply
>>146782
Looks like à datura stamonium has attached itself to your local or regional power lines.

What could be going on?

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- Wed, 26 Jun 2019 06:31:51 EST sqV4JPU7 No.146769
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Hi first time grower.

I've had this autoflower for some time now and I've noticed these spots apearing on the leaves.
Does anybody have a clue to as to what's going wrong?
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Caroline Shakestock - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 11:24:33 EST WmMVwVjQ No.146802 Reply
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>>146781
>>regular soil

can you be a bit more specific?

Male?

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- Fri, 16 Aug 2019 20:17:58 EST 325vQV9j No.146890
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Cant tell homies.
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Charles Brusslehood - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 03:23:31 EST sDYSBE1+ No.146891 Reply
Looks like it. RIP.

San Pedro Seedlings

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- Thu, 15 Aug 2019 06:09:03 EST 4EIqGuEa No.146889
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I got some San Pedro seedlings I germinated onto some paper towels. I got lazy and the roots into grown into the paper. I'm going to transplant them into some soil soon. Do I yank them off the paper and risk damaging the roots or do I bury the paper alongside the roots?

Genetically engineered meat plant?

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 03:11:29 EST JG95SXtE No.146878
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Like coral but edible?
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Caroline Wecklenone - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 16:03:58 EST fH74TB7C No.146880 Reply
coral isnt a plant
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Eliza Femmlelock - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 19:47:15 EST 8NnaVizo No.146881 Reply
>>146879
This
To be clear we're probably gonna go for bio-reactors first.
Vats of microbes are way more energy efficient in mass production than a plant can ever be.

But I'll bet such a thing that OP suggests will eventually happen, but I think it will be more of a novelty thing.
There might also be things like trees that carry car tires instead of apples.

Just because we can.

Hügeklkultur

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- Mon, 29 Jul 2019 11:59:44 EST 1/rLy9Ld No.146848
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Anyone experimented with hügelkultur? I am thinking of making a mound now in autumn, throwing in urine, fish guts and covering with a tarp to let the wood start to decompose.
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Charlotte Shittinglock - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 17:36:04 EST 8NnaVizo No.146850 Reply
Also don't fucking release human excrement into the environment.
Guess what the laws against that aren't about some prude shit but about a very serious public health threat.

You see any kind of microbes that can live inside you harmful or not has the ability to receive DNA via horizontal gene transfer.
see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzCLp1KBf4Q
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Wesley Duckspear - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 19:37:54 EST ///BrKZr No.146851 Reply
>>146848
I started using a layer of chopped up stems from my pot plants in lieu of gravel for drainage/spacing at the bottom of the containers I grow pot in after I read about hugelculture and a few other ideas.
The plants seem to like it.

Growing Advice

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- Sat, 03 Aug 2019 15:31:21 EST AUOLGEDm No.146860
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Im going to be moving into a house with a basement soon. Gonna wait a while before I start attempting to grow my stuff just in case the landlord likes to do monthly inspections. I know absolutely nothing about growing, so I need all the advice I can get. Lay it on me anons.
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Matilda Shittingway - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 17:47:13 EST NDYSLpUe No.146861 Reply
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u need:
big space
big light
1 seed
some dirt
some water
some jiuce for ur plant to drink (buy whatever everything suqs tbh)

what do:
first put seed in som smol pot then add water and wait
then after that u just add more water and put plant in bigger pot if needed
then next step most important: wait and stare at ur plant! the longer u stare at it the faster it grows.
last step is ez just cut it and dry the plant
gg ez mission completet u got ur ganja
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Angus Clannerhet - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 16:56:42 EST MqvBGR1F No.146873 Reply
Who the fuck does monthly inspections? Seems like a good idea though since my last tenant destroyed the place. I dont know if that is legal to do mandatory inspections is it? Anyways dude, if something breaks and you need it fixed by someone else, there might be people coming to fix it. Also anyone who decides to take action on someone elses crop is a narcissist and honestly just explain to them why you are growing in the first place they might take a liking to it.

Where2cop seeds

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- Mon, 05 Aug 2019 03:03:24 EST ynlRAXIY No.146869
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What the title says but imagine it was like i lived in a non legal place like Australia.

I was going to get some of the darknet a few years ago but things happened. I hear that most markets are down now but give me your suggestions
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Nell Gigglehot - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 17:27:03 EST 8NnaVizo No.146872 Reply
I can't believe Australia is so stringent with seeds.
Perhaps you know someone personally that can send you "a letter"

We have seed vending machines here, lol

Greenhouse Automation.

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- Wed, 24 Jul 2019 15:29:12 EST GnYtPH7N No.146835
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Hello! I do a bit of programming (I know how to take other people's code and adapt it to my needs, basically) and I'm thinking of growing in a greenhouse when I buy a house with some land on it.

While I like to garden and know a basic level about it, I want to know if anyone has experience with using automation in a greenhouse?

I just basically want to connect irrigation, misters, fans, heaters etc. to a network of sensors connected to raspberry pis.
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Nell Gigglehot - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 17:18:10 EST 8NnaVizo No.146871 Reply
It depends on what you mean by greenhouse.

In a professional settings the use programmable logic controllers which often have ridiculously under-powered CPUs (in comparison to raspberry pis) but are built to a high standard of quality.
They are also ridiculously expensive and use obscure and proprietary programming languages which stems from a time where raspberry pis & arduinos did not exist.
Not that it matters, the companies that run theses systems make billions.

A regular garden greenhouse is just fine without any kind of programmable automation, people have done it but it's a dated approach imho.
Because you have to control mains voltage you have to add a relay hat, get a special case that can be in a water proof enclosure etc.
But If you set your mind to it go for it:
https://hackaday.io/project/165009-smart-greenhouse-using-a-raspberry-pi
(link to github on the lower left.)

Else just get a Sonoff 4ch or similar. (google it)
They have a basic app for the phone which covers the vast majority of cases, if that's not enough you can also program them using the arduino ide.

Gloweed!

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- Thu, 25 Jul 2019 03:39:31 EST Bs0jj/Tx No.146836
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Just bought a MiniCentrifuge for my college study GloWeed.

We are Developing Multi color Weed strains
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Lillian Parrystet - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 13:53:08 EST ef1tcmWF No.146843 Reply
When do you expect to have grown your first glowing nugs by?
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Hamilton Shakewill - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 08:15:54 EST 8NnaVizo No.146846 Reply
I totally had to google that to see if that's a thing, well done

Plant abortion

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- Thu, 13 Jun 2019 01:59:33 EST aWb7Y/oB No.146721
File: 1560405573284.jpg -(2579834B / 2.46MB, 3264x2448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Plant abortion
Last year I had a plant hermie on me and grow a couple pollen sacs, some of which hit another plant. I was going to throw it but I figured I'd try something out, so I carefully removed every pistil that had browned early with tweezers, removed the hermie and hoped the other plant finished as normal, which it did.

Last month a DJ short blueberry threw out about 3 bananas, pollinating a cheese plant and itself. I did the brown pistil removal for the cheese which had definitely been hit, and the cheese is absolutely fine, recently finished nice and fat with no signs it was ever pollinated.

Is this legit or am I being retarded, TLDR second time I've just removed pollinated pistils with tweezers and had the plant finish normally instead of growing all small and fucked like a pollinated plant.
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Barnaby Crellywill - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 02:45:10 EST WmMVwVjQ No.146760 Reply
>>146742
It will just grow normally with some seeds, if there is a lot of pollination it dussuades the plant from making new flowers. Pulling the pistils will do nothing once the flower is fertilized, these only transmit the pollen.

Pollination of some flowers does not typically affect the potency or yield of the rest of the plant (unless it was tiny to begin with) I routinely pollinate just one lower branch for breeding purposes, the rest of the flowers remain top notch sinsemilla.
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Lillian Billingfield - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 13:16:06 EST R/HpyR3d No.146866 Reply
>>146721
Id honestly say you removing them isnt really doing anything at all to prevent pollination.

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