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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Casual ways to ask for manure

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- Thu, 12 Dec 2019 05:19:00 EST zwu76y1h No.147086
File: 1576145940911.jpg -(1267831B / 1.21MB, 2655x1883) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Casual ways to ask for manure
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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Betsy Manningkene - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 04:12:18 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147234 Reply
stop thinking humans are somehow seperate from nature and have qualitatively different poop. The risks are the same compared to other forms of manure.
Fucking Fenningdock - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 07:42:03 EST 8NnaVizo No.147235 Reply
>stop thinking humans are somehow seperate from nature
depends on your definition of nature, either way it's irrelevant.
>and have qualitatively different poop.
We do, as has any other animal. Every species has their own "qualitatively different poop".

>The risks are the same compared to other forms of manure.
Nope, there's a difference if environment contains excrement of different species or the same species for a given species inhabiting this environment.
Our poop contains the genetic information on how microorganisms can survive inside us. Other organisms can "get access" to this information.
Consider it a biological infosec problem. If I get your dox it is a risk to you, not so if I get some third party's dox.
Betsy Crembledetch - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 17:39:09 EST UtYnyUvy No.147236 Reply
So you are ignorant. All you had to do was say so man. Composting toilets have been a thing since the 70s.


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- Fri, 05 Jul 2019 12:01:36 EST +i3n9ptP No.146803
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This is bad news,isn't it? Last year i had seeds in the buds from two plants because i waited too long with harvesting.
This season some of the plants from these seeds look like this. Aren't they supposed to be female or hermi? Some of them look like full on male though like in the picture.
Anyway ; i should just get rid of them,right?
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Ernest Gendlestock - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 09:23:19 EST 2oz2EJ52 No.147225 Reply
OP here. Thanks to the hermies a lot of seeds(and i mean it) have successfully germinated outside on their own and now there are a bunch of small seedlings in close proximity to each other.
What to do?
Jack Craddleshit - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 19:44:55 EST ZAEcB3GV No.147229 Reply
I figured out that much. "Issue" is : won't they become starved of nutrients especially the females when they are so close together(ranging from 1cm to 5cm,etc). Since males are more stronger they would repress the females. There are already ones with big leaves and look vigorous.
Also i'm not even sure what timeline i should look at for flowering nor their possible height as the original plants were autoflower which produced some seeds(not much). Then these seeds have been planted last year two ones became completely hermi the rest was male and they grew quite tall around 1.8m and now i have seedlings from these 2. So they would be 2nd generation as far as i understand how this works.
Thus i don't know if they are autoflower still but with a longer flowering period or became photoperiodic completely.
So that's my only option here? Wait for them to show their sex? And if they show their sex but several females are too close together,do i replant them further away from each other? I fear by the time they show their sex they would be fighting for light and nutrients.

Starting a wild cannabis infestation

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 19:21:26 EST ///BrKZr No.147211
File: 1584228086743.jpg -(94466B / 92.25KB, 852x488) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Starting a wild cannabis infestation
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.
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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Oliver Pizzlederk - Sat, 21 Mar 2020 17:02:26 EST 9x4cClDZ No.147219 Reply
yeah, Buying seed is for suckers. I just let my plants FUCK and I have more seeds than I will ever use.
Jenny Brunkingold - Sat, 21 Mar 2020 20:54:02 EST ZDCvDthE No.147220 Reply
pollinating just one branch or one bud without affecting the rest of the plant is pretty easy as long as you have a separate location to grow the males in and growing out your own crosses adds to the amusement when you get to see which features of the ancestors appear in subsequent generations.
Shitting Wacklesed - Sun, 22 Mar 2020 16:01:29 EST UtYnyUvy No.147221 Reply
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.

Artifical light vs sunlight

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- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 09:46:22 EST 2oz2EJ52 No.147196
File: 1582209982192.jpg -(25537B / 24.94KB, 250x201) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Artifical light vs sunlight
Hello. This might be a weird or outright idiotic question. How much difference is there between: artifical light with lower intensity (compared to sunlight) but longer duration AND sunlight but with less duration.
For example 400W HPS lamp that would be on for 18hours a day. Compared to sunlight which would be "on" for about 12 hours a day.
Basically what i'm asking is: should i bother with outside growing if i can provide the proper temperature outside but with less uptime of light as in early-late spring or should i wait till late spring early summer to start?
As i have the choice to either grow in a box or grow outside in a greenhouse but i'm afraid the less duration of light wouldn't be sufficient even if it's more intense for AUTOFLOWERing plants.
Is there a study of some sort or a growers journal regarding this?
Hamilton Dimmlelutch - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 07:28:47 EST 8NnaVizo No.147199 Reply
First at the levels we usually grow cannabis the amount of usable light indoors is absolutely equivalent to sunlight.
The noon sun at the equator is about 1000W per sqm, with an average over the day of 500W at the most.
The rule of thumb of 400W per sqm for indoor lightning provides the plants with about the same amount of PAR (photosynthetic active radiation) because a higher percentage of light is in the 400-700nm region spectral region that plant can utilize.

Regarding your question in a greenhouse that depends. A lower amount of light is absolutely fine for plants that are in the growth phase or early flowering (stretching) phase. If you plan accordingly you can time it so that late flowering happens during the summer for autoflowering plants.
Regular strains however need the 10-12h of darkness which won't happen in the northern hemisphere until late august.
Hugh Blinkinway - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 10:52:04 EST 2oz2EJ52 No.147200 Reply
Thanks. Managed to find some weather stations nearby and checked their measurements for radiation in a day and based on that it's too early for starting outside. Will have to wait till early/mid April or May.
Caroline Drabblehodge - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 01:21:40 EST 6IK8eNOZ No.147214 Reply
Always check your lights PAR values for your lights. Wattage isnt exactly UV output equivilant.

Generic Soil

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- Mon, 09 Dec 2019 14:32:36 EST DFGg657z No.147082
File: 1575919956591.jpg -(14934B / 14.58KB, 300x300) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Generic Soil
Are there any good hardware store soils for marijuana planting? Will any organic miracle gro do fine?
Can someone give me a rundown of the nitrogen problem with extended release fertilizers?

What I'm really asking: If I use miracle gro and use nutes/water to control the pH and moisture, will my plants still grow up big, healthy, and delicious?
I'll be at the store later to look for better growing mediums but I doubt they have them available.
Betsy Dossleteck - Wed, 11 Dec 2019 14:02:47 EST efK8xsEQ No.147085 Reply

NPK is listed on media label, telling you the ratio of Nitrogen to Phosphorous to Potassium. 3-1-1 is good start for seedlings. Make sure to do your math with fertilizers in order to keep your nitrogen up until flowers start forming, then you can gradually amend your media to a 1-3-2 as P and K are used in flower production. Keep in mind that if you're unfamiliar with this cultivar, then you will have to feel out the best ratios feeding habits by trial and error.

pH ought to be between 5.8 and 6.5 .
Doris Pirrylock - Sat, 11 Jan 2020 12:20:01 EST zl5AIPG0 No.147142 Reply
Check what brand the local garden growers are using
Im using a store chain brand that a find has decent price/quality
check for something called soil fraction on the bag, this means the maker take things serious
Caroline Drabblehodge - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 01:19:04 EST 6IK8eNOZ No.147213 Reply
Well you want several things in medium. If indoors you may want to have good drainage. Layered soil is an approach for planters or buckets. Little gravel on bottom for no root rot at the container. A midrange or better tar-black. Soil. Pay about 5bux a bag or you do risk seeing deficiencies. Yea right out of the bag some cheap shit is dry in some nutrition. Anyway grab a bag of Perlite for drainage as well and mix in about a 4 to 1 into your mix.

For outdoors instead you want a good disposable cup or planter with a quality soil brand. Yea miracle grow will do but its a salt-based fert so.. It kills microbes. go grab some dirt from your lawn and contaminate the soil. Like leavening bread. Once your established, youll make preperations outdoors. My opinion is extra. Bagsoil should be shoveled in as you plant. Consider plant spikes if you cant get there often.


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- Wed, 11 Mar 2020 20:07:08 EST ///BrKZr No.147210
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I got a cheap little plastic tent greenhouse to see if I could extend my growing season some and its fucking awesome. This pic is already a week old, I usually don't have outdoor plants that big until April where I live because of the cool spring weather. I probably could've build a greenhouse of equalivalent quality out of twigs and plastic wrap, but it still does the trick really nice, my growing season started like 6 weeks earlier this year. My tomato harvest is going to start like a month earlier than last year and imma be harvesting fresh autoflowers starting in May. It gets up to 90º in the greenhouse on nice days, the plants grow like its mid summer when the sun is up even in March.

mycology experiment

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- Mon, 27 Jan 2020 08:21:24 EST FSvWWPkn No.147169
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in australias summer
from the local picking spot of subaeruginosa variety, soil samples were taken from various patches of the magic woods, be it summer, we could see no visible mushroom activity and picked spots at random.. (happened to be in the area)
questions are:
if put in a garden pot in shady area at home and watered, could i get lucky and grow some backyard shrooms?
is there a way to use these soil samples to do an indoor grow with a tub
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Wesley Mapperfoot - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 17:54:57 EST OTAS8VZ2 No.147171 Reply
Not sure this belongs on /crops/ seeing as how these are FUNGUS not PLANTS. Nevertheless I will consult my mycologist friend and get back to you. Just emailed him a minute ago.
Nell Chavingbodging - Wed, 04 Mar 2020 23:31:35 EST OgN/Ui5g No.147205 Reply
to be fair, the board is called ((Growing)) and Botany.
while fungus are not technically plants, they are neither animals and therefore they are considered a crop.
maybe we should have a dedicated fungus board to keep things more organized,
but lets face it, organization isn't our strongest quality.
Barnaby Ducklefidge - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 00:12:33 EST wSjgd1Mz No.147209 Reply
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>if put in a garden pot in shady area at home and watered, could i get lucky and grow some backyard shrooms?

You could but its not too terribly likely. I always dump out my substrate, mushroom metabolites, etc out in the woods on my property and its been a pretty decent patch however just watering some soil in a bucket is not likely to give you results and certainly not good ones. There is no guarantee that there is hypha there and its probably going to get out competed even if it is in there.

>is there a way to use these soil samples to do an indoor grow with a tub
Yes, possibly. What you are going to want to do is take several samples to agar and see what you get. If you see some mycellia then you've at least got something. Let it present as much as possible. You're almost certainly going to be dealing with a lot of contams. After that you need to start some agar to agar transfers slowly cleaning up the plates until you are left with, what you hope is, subaeruginosa which it might not even be and one that is dominate and free from contams.

Once you have that then do a small test run with your nice clean plates to confirm you've gotten the right thing. If so then you're good to go. Just remember subaeruginosa are woodlovers.

You can make this a lot easier by going back and collecting some actual mycellia, fruits if you find them and get prints, and then clean it up on agar as you normally would since there will be contams and go from there. Its going to be a hell of a lot easier and much less work and money to do that rather than trying to pull a clean plate out of soil that might have some spores or hypha.

Once that is done you can then dump your finished run in a nice spot on your property and then you have your backyard boomers.

Male pollen production help

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- Sat, 29 Feb 2020 22:05:07 EST L2MNfaTm No.147201
File: 1583031907504.jpg -(243761B / 238.05KB, 1024x819) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Male pollen production help
I've been trying to make female pollen with my current batch. I do not believe it is working since the treated branches are showing pistils. I'd like to get some more info from someone with experience.

I treated 4 branches of a single plant.

This plant showed remarkably fast growth so I thought it would be a good idea to breed it. Since I have no males or pollen of any kind, I decided to make some cuttings. Most cuttings took roots and are currently in another separate environment.

The branches were labelled 1,2,3 and 4.

1 and 3 were sprayed with a fine mist spray bottle, containing a solution of gibberellic acid 100 ppm. This solution had a little detergent because I don't have any lab surfactants.

2 and 4 were treated with what I believe is silver thiosulfate. I made this solution on November 2nd 2020, from sodium thiosulphate and a solution of silver nitrate. The thing is this solution was made the 4th of April 2019, it could even be from 2018 because I am a dumbass who forgot to write down the year. It was stored inside a fridge on a brown glass bottle covered with aluminum foil. I suspect this solution didn't work because of how unaffected 2 and 4 seem by the treatment, also because my hands didn't show small black freckles after applying the treatment.

2 and 4 were not sprayed on but rather had 2 cotton wads (each, so a total of 4) strapped around them, which were given 1 ml of the solution (each).

The schedule was as follows:

1 and 4 were treated once a day at lights out. For 10 days, starting with the first day of 12/12 photoperiod.

2 and 3 were treated once a day at lights out. For 10 days, starting 5 days before the 12/12 photoperiod change. So they were treated 5 days during the 18/6 photoperiod, then photoperiod was changed to 12/12, and 5 days of treatment followed.

I like using gibberellic acid because it doesn't stain and it's cheaper here than colloidal silver or silver thiosulphate. So it would be ideal to be successful using it and not any of the silver methods.

The plant I used is of doubtful origin. I had this idea in my head that only non feminized (once identified as a female) could be used to make female pollen. So I made sure the plant I used wasn't feminized. Is it possible for an already feminized plant bought from a seed bank, to be turned into a male using any of these treatments?

What could be making this treatment fail? I mean besides the fact that the silver thiosulphate solution was probably a dud.
Any help is welcome. Period of treatment, which work, which don't, solution concentration too and methods of delivery also help. Anything you can think of please tell me. Thanks.
Simon Birrydale - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 15:57:58 EST 5UYjC0Y4 No.147208 Reply
>Is it possible for an already feminized plant bought from a seed bank, to be turned into a male using any of these treatments?
yes, it works although it won't turn them male genetically, just cause them to grow male sex organs and produce pollen which is why any plants fertilized by that pollen will be female.

>What could be making this treatment fail?

too low of a concentration or not enough treatments. It usually takes at least 10 days spraying 2-3 times per day, but it can take more than that. I would say try upping the amount of times per day you spray and keep going until it works.

Breeding regulars with feminized

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- Thu, 05 Mar 2020 09:38:29 EST FMe5uwny No.147206
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Is it good idea to cross feminized plants with regular males if you want to make more regular seeds? I have some old regular strains and i prefer using regulars since i grow only outdoors and use autoflowers so i cant keep clones or anything and dont want to keep buying more and more seeds every year. The problem is that pretty much nobody sells regular seeds anymore, at least anything new. I dont want to inbreed my strains too much and need to mix some new genes in the pool.

Will i end up having hermie genetics this way or is it standard practise?
Simon Birrydale - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 15:46:40 EST 5UYjC0Y4 No.147207 Reply
It will work fine, just make sure you get decent genetics for the male plant too. You can stress the female plants with colloidol silver and get them to create pollen sacks that you can use to fertilize your plants as well if you can't find any male seeds. This will create feminized seeds only if you do it this way. There is no downside to using feminized seeds, in fact it's much better because you don't want any male plants because they don't produce any weed, only pollen sacks and if you have any male plants near females you are trying to grow it will just cause them to go to seed.

let's help each other identify plants

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 14:46:39 EST OTAS8VZ2 No.147162
File: 1579808799973.jpg -(5711673B / 5.45MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. let's help each other identify plants
Post plants you don't know, and hopefully someone will come and tell us what it is

I found pic related on my walk today. Never seen one before. It has lots of thorns.
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Esther Clivinglere - Wed, 29 Jan 2020 12:37:35 EST WYIOFa8K No.147173 Reply
I hate those things dude they suck it's like stinging nettle's bitch ass cousin

One plant not flowering right

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- Wed, 19 Feb 2020 17:14:05 EST IoWzXUQd No.147193
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So, I'm over 6 weeks into flowering, I've already harvested five of my plants, all beautiful, smoke great, good buzz, all chopped pretty much on time with what I expected. I have one plant though, that still only looks like it's three weeks along. A lot of pistils, all stark white, looks kinda like pic related. I'm growing in a cabinet, all the plants under the same light, literally inches from each other, all on the same exact schedule. I'm growing from bagseed, so I know there can be differences in the plants, but goddamn, it should be relatively on the same schedule.
Beatrice Blatherworth - Thu, 20 Feb 2020 05:50:48 EST x6akZYQa No.147195 Reply
i have a seed line i grow where the females all tend to keep on adding new pistils and not doing too much else for about the first 8 weeks and then they all start filling out and its done at 11-12 weeks
Samuel Blytheman - Tue, 03 Mar 2020 22:52:56 EST 5UYjC0Y4 No.147202 Reply
probably just a sativa. Some sativas can take literally double the amount of time that indicas take to finish.

San Pedro Vs. Peruvian Torch

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- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 00:43:47 EST sI2I9RxG No.147187
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Wich cactus is better in regards to working with and mescaline content? Or does it matter?

Should I just go with the first patch I find growing? (I live in a desert climate)

Also how do I tell wich cactus r the good ones?

Help a home chemist out?
Sophie Sennertore - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:43:07 EST ef1tcmWF No.147188 Reply
Never heard of peruvian torch but I doubt it grows as quick or is as cheap to buy as san pedro. San pedro is great for extractions, but if you just want to eat the cactus itself you're gonna want peyote so you don't have to eat a ton.
Dextrolord - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:37:23 EST AhM0ZTlC No.147189 Reply
I'm not using peyote for a few reasons, its endangered, and I don't want to trespass on any of the reservations and piss off the indians right before a psychedelic trip lol u ever dosed on their land before? It was quite the experience

I'm gonna go with the San Pedro cuz it's whats mentioned in the teks I found
Betsy Clenderbury - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 02:38:11 EST wSjgd1Mz No.147198 Reply
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"San Pedro" is Trichocereus Pachanoi. Peruvian torch is Trichocereus Peruvianus. There are two of the "big three" columnars the other being Bolivian torch (Trichocereus Bridgesii)

The "quick growing" T. Pach aka PC or PachaNOT is shit for extractions and has very low mescaline content. See: https://troutsnotes.com/pachanot/ Without knowing what you are looking for you can be assured that most San Pedros for sale are PC.

Typical Bridgesii, Pach, and Peruvianus cultivars all grow at about the same rate and have similar mescaline content with Peruvianus being higher on average. However this number varies greatly due to the huge amount of variables that have an impact on the mescaline(and other active alkaloid) production.

Due to the price, slow growth speeds, lack of availability, protected status, legality, conservation, etc it doesn't make sense to choose L. Williamsii over a columnar if you are just brewing a batch. With the right columnars you can come pretty close to the mesc content of L. Williamsii as well.

OP this is a very difficult question and depends on a ton of factors. Desert climate doesn't come close to providing enough info to tell you which would be better. Are you able to easily ID T. Peru V. T. Pach V. PC? In the most general sense look for the oldest stand you can find and take old growth not new. If you happen upon some with mutant characteristics like crisate or monstrosus go for one of those. Generally the slower growing the higher the mesc content but again its variable.

My dad calls these dates but I don't think they are!

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!HPTMzdQr/2 - Tue, 28 Jan 2020 06:39:16 EST 9PYcFyit No.147172
File: 1580211556156.jpg -(1750760B / 1.67MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. My dad calls these dates but I don't think they are!
They are a small round yellow fruit growing on a palm like plant but they are round and but elongated. Maybe a different kind or something?

Pic is one of the fruits and one of the seeds, anyone know?
Shitting Goodman - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 00:47:34 EST 1u1aYgGg No.147175 Reply
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Looks like a loquat
Hamilton Heddleway - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:07:57 EST 2cxf7iI1 No.147191 Reply
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Here's more dates for comparison
Betsy Clenderbury - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 02:01:49 EST wSjgd1Mz No.147197 Reply
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Easy to confuse but that is definitely P. Dactylifera in OP's pic. pic related

Crystal Skull OG

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- Sun, 09 Feb 2020 13:39:57 EST GlUkS0nh No.147181
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I have 2 of these growing.
I think they started to flower around the first week of December. They should be ready now right? It's been 8 weeks if it flowered mid-December.
What do y'all think?
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Homegrownmids - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 12:10:23 EST o9599e0V No.147186 Reply
Saw it when I posted it. Nothing to worry about, wasn't a bug nor an egg but thank you for actually looking at my pic.
>>147185 two more weeks. Hmmmm. Okay I'll bite, I'll wait. Super impatient but patience is key here. Thanks!
Hamilton Heddleway - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:06:02 EST 2cxf7iI1 No.147190 Reply
>Crystal Skull OG

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