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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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- Fri, 01 May 2020 02:44:25 EST ykLIgJUh No.147268
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Hey I'd like to grow shrooms and was wondering what all you guys and gals know. Different ways for the best shrooms or the easiest way. Just trying to learn. Thanks
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Thomas Seffinghedge - Fri, 15 May 2020 09:42:18 EST CNrxOH8/ No.147281 Reply
probably the easiest way to get started is uncle ben tek, it involves injecting spores into a bag of precooked microwavable rice. It's not as cost effective as creating your own substrate, but its alot less startup cost and more consistent. Just google it for instructions, they're pretty simple
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Nigel Cagglebock - Tue, 19 May 2020 15:24:51 EST d0bkgpWU No.147286 Reply
>>147268

shroomery dot org. click the message board option. lurk moar. read some teks. get into agar from the word go, its cheap and easy.

Flowers and other nice plants.

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- Tue, 14 Apr 2020 23:01:49 EST wIy/1S7D No.147256
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What are some cool plants I can just sow in my backyard to spice it up? I don't need to mow the backyard because it's fenced in and the fence is pretty high. These should be plants that just grow on their own for a long time without watering. I live in North Carolina, in the triangle, so the weather is warm but we get snow. The previous owner already planted a cactus and azaleas, but other than that I'm open to anything.

Also fuck normies for making me mow my lawn. People get robbed in my neighborhood on the reg and these fuckers have the audacity to tell me I'm violating the law by not cutting some stupid plant?! Fuck the government!

t. novice gardener
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Betsy Genderpig - Sun, 31 May 2020 09:13:55 EST yR//hwoI No.147293 Reply
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>>147256
Wild Garlic, Berry bushes like blueberry, cranberry, raspberry, elderberrys, frost resistant mini kiwis also ground cover like Wild/Wood strawberrys, Dill, Mints, Oregano bushes, Lavender, 'Brunnera macrophylla ', Chia, Catnip, deadnettle, Chives.
Also consider the native plants.

Get rid of your grass by covering it with hay over autuum+winter until spring.
Pour gravel, mulch, sand where you want to walk.
I know this answer comes a bit late, but I hope you read this and start your bushes in pots before next year. You can buy the fruits for cheap soon

Starting a wild cannabis infestation

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 19:21:26 EST ///BrKZr No.147211
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Has anyone ever considered the possibility of purposefully starting a wild weed patch that regrows itself without an assistance every year? There used to be an area like that in Australia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunter_Valley_cannabis_infestation
That seems so much more convenient than growing your own, but it seems like it might take some effort and planning to get started. According to that article and a lot of other things I've read, pot plant seeds like to live near drainages that have high water in spring to spread the seeds around and then the seeds end up in a spot where their tap roots can still access deeper water in the soil after the high water recedes, so if you could get a spot started then eventually it would spread downstream and fill up the whole drainage if there was habitat available, so starting a wild cannabis infestation seems like it would be a neat thing to do if it were possible. Bald eagles in Iowa apparently like to use wild hemp branches for nest building material, wild animals might like cannabis as much as the civilized animals do
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Shitting Wacklesed - Sun, 22 Mar 2020 16:01:29 EST UtYnyUvy No.147221 Reply
>>147220
I just let the bugs do it for me. They are very helpful. I film the whole process so I can watch it later while furiously masturbating.
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Hannah Borringwater - Sun, 19 Apr 2020 16:45:05 EST rIjll+SA No.147262 Reply
>>147211
I mean, it sounds cool but in effect you're just gonna wind up making a bunch of shitty ditch weed. Unless you have a big stash of seeds lying around you're gonna take a pretty big financial hit.
If you're just going for a political statement or wanna be some johnny appleseed character, then more power to you.
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Sophie Bracklelotch - Thu, 28 May 2020 12:22:03 EST yR//hwoI No.147292 Reply
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>Yes I have.
Take russia as an example. pic related. You'd definitly want to seed automatics and start with the most hardy genes you can find.

We have concrete questions to go after now:
>How to breed automatics properly when there is only feminised versions avaiable
>What strains

preferred germination method?

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- Wed, 01 Apr 2020 22:07:59 EST fvpC0Bmr No.147238
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I've successfully grown from clones a few times, now trying my hand at seeds but I am yet to have any success. I've so far tried paper towel, jiffy pellets, and a glass of water. No luck - though the jiffy cubes ones were old and possibly crappy seeds from a mate, and the paper towel did dry out significantly at one point. The glass of warm water produced no taproot.

Given the cost of seeds and that its hard for me to find them anyway where i am, i'm hesitant about what to try next. From what I read this is quite an easy process!

Whats your foolproof method for germination?

I'm going to try the jiffy pellets again this time with a better seed (pic related), and also the humidity dome and a heat map as its a little bit cold where i am at the moment.
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Sophie Drebbleson - Sun, 19 Apr 2020 16:27:29 EST ef1tcmWF No.147261 Reply
I soak em in water overnight then put it in a wet paper towel with a little heat until they crack, then put them in rockwool cubes because I grow in hydro. Never had a problem.
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Alice Mandersitch - Sun, 19 Apr 2020 21:41:39 EST 3XVTywU/ No.147263 Reply
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Thank you all for the advice!

I was definitely over thinking it.

I followed >>147244 , and i have a few healthy seedlings that have new growth appearing. Those few days of germination were a lot warmer than usual for this time of year so I think the extra heat helped.
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Sophie Bracklelotch - Thu, 28 May 2020 12:11:36 EST yR//hwoI No.147291 Reply
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This in a warm place

Day whatever of being inside

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- Tue, 21 Apr 2020 00:52:29 EST 4nzsp4Rr No.147264
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Today I was like 'im going to try to grow onions'

Today was also the day I spent more time on coding the irrigation system controls without much thought into how I was going to get the water there..
And settled on doing it first thing in the morning at 4:30 like a good farmer
Because I'd be balls deep soldering some other contraption.

Anyway happy 4/20 you blooming onion
Tama
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Barnaby Biblinglock - Mon, 25 May 2020 10:21:27 EST ddorgNjP No.147287 Reply
onions take 2 years to grow
they are not exactly a grow tent crop

im a bit perplexed how they can be so cheap in the store compared to other vegetables

cactus curiosity

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- Mon, 25 May 2020 12:44:22 EST yx58JXZ1 No.147289
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what websites are good for cactus growing information?
User is currently banned from all boards

Casual ways to ask for manure

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- Thu, 12 Dec 2019 05:19:00 EST zwu76y1h No.147086
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Would it be awkward to walk up to someone giving carriage tours of the city and be like "how much for a bag of your horse's shit".
Like obviously I'm not asking mounted police I'm not that stupid but would it be a bad idea to ask a cabbie for some poo? I wouldn't be like "I'M TOO CHEAP TO ORDER FERTILIZER" obviously.
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George Segglehood - Mon, 06 Apr 2020 05:26:17 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147246 Reply
>>147243
In my experience, you can use it as a planting medium once properly composted, to properly compost it you have to 'dilute' it with enough carbon though.
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Charlotte Suffingdale - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 16:44:01 EST UtYnyUvy No.147248 Reply
>>147246
Compost just needs time to cook. You can add extra organic matter like food scraps and stuff. the important thing is to cover with a medium like shredded paper to keep flies and other undesirables out.
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Barnaby Biblinglock - Mon, 25 May 2020 10:33:00 EST ddorgNjP No.147288 Reply
You dont need to ask
look for ads in your area for people wanting to get rid of it
horses shit nonstop so they give it away for free if you come and get it

Muh Garden

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- Fri, 08 May 2020 13:36:08 EST +Jk3KmPp No.147276
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I know a lot of you are probably growing weed or shrooms but I'm trying to start a garden

I just posted on /b/ (and might post there some more about it but I don't want to shit up the boards with it, so I'm try stay here)

I just got Cayenne and Mexibelles. Pretty young

I got bannana peppers and bell peppers about to reach maturity/fruiting

I just ordered some ghost pepper seeds off the interwebs.

Considering growing my own Kratom tree.

Partner wants to start growing snap peas and squash.

Also what does cayenne go into besides enchilada sauce? They're really bitter.

Recommendations or ideas welcome. You pick it, I might just plant it. Looking for peppers of all kinds or whatever you think of. No watermelon or pumpkin.

If the thread lives long enough I will post updates
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Frederick Savingridge - Fri, 08 May 2020 15:49:54 EST SrdFanYU No.147278 Reply
You keep bigging up cayenne pepper and I can see the use of it, I'm just regretting not planting it now and it's far too late. That stuff's good for everything spicy.
I might build a smoker instead, I have so many chillies they'd be good like that.
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Hugh Gublingsere - Fri, 08 May 2020 16:46:03 EST +Jk3KmPp No.147279 Reply
>>147278
The anon on the other board said there was a general or something here. I don't see it on the first page.

Yeah I bought this mexibelle and cayenne plants Sunday and they have almost doubled in size since then. They're gettin swole but I don't think old enough to produce fruit yet.

The reaper plants are suppose to be 5 inches tall but I don't know what that really means. Google says it takes roughly 3 months or 90 days from seed. The mexibelle and Cayenne are estimated at about 60-80'sh days so about 2 months, so I think they'll all mature and fruit by July.

Google says
>15-20 per plant in a season in their first year

So between 3 plants low balling it will be about 45 peppers.

Cayenne plants seem to have a much larger yield so they might end up being the bulk of my project.

I need canning explained to me like a retard that's never seen a mason jar before but also without watching all these shit trendy youtube videos. It looks like I just put the shit in and add vinegar then boil it
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Nicholas Siblingchotch - Sat, 16 May 2020 06:26:35 EST SrdFanYU No.147283 Reply
Fucking cat or something keeps digging up my plants. Think it killed one physalis and two cabbages last night. Fucking why? It's not taking a shit there or eating anything, just damaging the roots and fucking off.

Salvia Divinorum

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- Fri, 15 May 2020 20:52:51 EST 3Tf2K2LL No.147282
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Anyone know of a site where I can order a cutting? I found lots of websies, but they're all oeither sold out, or want payment with a money order. I might just do the money order if I can't find anything easier.

Yes, I know it's difficult to grow. I had one years ago, and it only died because I had to move and leave it with a friend. It's a really cool plant, I just want it back.

topping?(no homo)

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- Wed, 08 Apr 2020 15:13:32 EST rZGBHnmk No.147249
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When is the appropriate time to start topping a Plant? I have one that's 4 weeks old and was wondering if i should do it in a few weeks. Im obviously not gonna do it right now.
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Emma Siffingbin - Sat, 09 May 2020 19:07:35 EST TRQKPVI3 No.147280 Reply
>>147249

Once you've got 4 nodes. 3 or 4 weeks from sprout is actually the best time to top. You want a good amount of veg time for it to bounce back from the injury.

What's the problem?

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- Mon, 13 Apr 2020 03:13:27 EST taNqIY4m No.147254
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Can anyone help me narrow down my problem here? Looking around it looks like either an iron or sulphur deficiency but I also live in an area with very hard water which I know can be an issue and don't have a good way to collect rain water at the moment. I've been using 20:20:20 summer citrus fertiliser diluted to 1/4 strength which I know isn't ideal but I assumed it would be fine if diluted enough
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Reuben Chullerfod - Mon, 13 Apr 2020 13:49:32 EST Ri3Mpi5Q No.147255 Reply
that looks like an autoflower just getting started in flowering. put it in a bigger container and it will probably fix itself if you think it has problems.

Tips/tricks

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- Mon, 06 Apr 2020 08:12:54 EST xdE/AGjv No.147247
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Soup /crop/, I'm looking for more tips and tricks in growing.
Is there a week or stage in a seedlings growth where its safer or advisable to begin pinching buds as a means of encouraging growth?
When should topping be done?
I've heard thats its better to tension asap, is this true?

Thanks buds.

Grain spawn

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- Tue, 31 Mar 2020 18:12:02 EST RHw6IOMN No.147237
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So i've got this jar of grain spawn coming in on the mail for some portabella mushrooms i'm going to try and grow.
Problem is, the syringe with the spores is going to arrive like weeks later, is it possible to store the grain spawn and have it not go bad until then? I read the freezer, but i strongly suspect that will do more harm than good.

Thanks in advance
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Martha Crissleleck - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 04:00:20 EST F2G4UhBj No.147240 Reply
Freezer is better than nothing unless the jars are not fully sealed.
To be honest I have a feeling you can put the jars in a saucepan and boil water around them for an hour or so to rekill anything that may be growing inside - though I'm not entirely sure on that.

Best wishes
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Lydia Hurrybork - Fri, 03 Apr 2020 15:13:08 EST SrdFanYU No.147242 Reply
So long as you don't breach the seal it'll be fine. If they're already contaminated then they're already contaminated.

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