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Greenhouse Security

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- Wed, 07 Jul 2021 22:39:29 EST 9FxTTZJQ No.147697
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So about a year ago some hobos busted into my greenhouse grow and cropped all my plants in half about 5 months before harvest, when the buds were still pretty small and didn't have shit on them. Absolute retards. All of the plants got budrot because the morons went to every single yard and hit everyone, effectively fucking over every single person's crop in the area and spreading all the diseases from shit-grows over to everyone else.
Since then I've gotten a shotgun and I'm working at getting a dog "that I don't know is dangerous, he'd never hurt a fly" etc.
I was wondering if there's any tips growers would have on better security than just the obvious trespasser-prevention methods like motion lights and remote systems.
I know I can't just leave bear traps around but could I leave "trash" around in areas where I know they'd hop my fence? You know, old rebar and rusty barbwire?
Anyone have any experience with this or do I just sit out night with a shotgun from midnight until 8:00 in the morning from now on?
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Fucking Clambletick - Tue, 17 Aug 2021 11:48:16 EST 1riQ013z No.147719 Reply
A moat of broken glass/barb wire/rusty metal around the base of the fence, on the inside where they would jump to, after hopping the fence. For even more fun, spray it down with shit, so if they do get cut by any of this, it'll be a hell of an infection.
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Eugene Honderridge - Sat, 22 Jan 2022 20:58:12 EST PLMrSrzz No.147823 Reply
>>147697
Connect a wire to the shotguns trigger and attach it somewhere
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Jack Fublingsare - Sun, 23 Jan 2022 08:19:45 EST FVN6CcVE No.147824 Reply
>>147697
>" he'd never hurt a fly"
what a brilliant idea anon. how about a budget? you don't have enough for an automated defense turret, the tax stamp, clean record, energy output, and state legality to purchase and operate one do you?

i'd say you go find the hobos. you don't need cameras. you let others know not to fuck with you, and those who do are the ones who usually keep making repeated mistakes. and if you can't determine who those people are, then you're likely one of them as well.
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Starting (soon) homegrowing. Answers needed

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- Sat, 10 Apr 2021 18:51:25 EST M1BMi1EE No.147582
File: 1618095085551.png -(576541B / 563.03KB, 750x750) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Starting (soon) homegrowing.  Answers needed
Now, I am at least 10% retarded on my uncles side and I am unable to wrap my head around the seed part of marijuana. Here is my understanding:

1.) In a domesticated setting, male plants are not needed at all and disposed of at the 2-4 week mark when finding out it is not female.
2.) Seeds can germinate with human help without the male plant and its a 50/50% chance of male or female plant
3.) Female plants produce seeds as well

Is this correct?
Am I over thinking this?

Also, manure fertilizer (myself, dog and cat shit) good enough or are storebought stuff cheaper and easier?
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Doris Dipperforth - Wed, 06 Oct 2021 21:48:50 EST M1BMi1EE No.147768 Reply
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>cut
>drying
>feel cocky
>plant 7 (one didnt germinate)
>during drying and curing i didnt take into account my low tolerance and now im making too fucking much for myself
>filled 5 medium mason jars from first grow and just finished one bottle the other day
>damn place is so full i accidentally a whole branch from top middle and attempting to salvage the literal budding bud.
on the bright side, I learned a fucking lot from my first grow and the tent is just looking soooo much better and greener.
end of month 2. all planted at the same time.

Also the coke bottle domes helped a ton for seedling stage, so much fuller and fluffier.

But, the two bottom ones are literal just bushes with no signs of budding and every single bud site is covered in a thick as fuck foliage. Let it be or defoliate some auto satis?
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Nell Givingsod - Fri, 22 Oct 2021 18:52:07 EST M1BMi1EE No.147775 Reply
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Think this one is getting ready to be harvested?
>its leaves keep changing even after upped amount of nutrients
>its not getting any fatter
>but its still wobbly as fuck
>ad said flowering starts at week 8 and it started at week 6
>its currently week 10 or so
might give it another week of just water but damn it feels like the main stalk is going to break when i took it out to trim dead leaves
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Polly Habberway - Wed, 22 Dec 2021 18:09:21 EST PK32ivmG No.147819 Reply
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>>147775
get yourself a jewelers loop and survey the trichomes. do this at different points in the plant and determine when to clip which one

Pesticides (not organic bullshit)

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- Mon, 13 Sep 2021 17:08:55 EST iHI0rCq2 No.147749
File: 1631567335571.jpg -(81649B / 79.74KB, 497x609) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Pesticides (not organic bullshit)
I haven't used pesticides so far. After this year's loss of 20-40% of my buds to silkworms and various other bugs and the rot that happens after they cause the tiniest bit of damage to a bud, i want to use pesticides to prevent this.

Every website talking about pesticides for marijuana talks about some faggot organic shit that doesn't actually do the job in my experience gardening all sorts of plants for 20 years.

Which real chemical pesticides would you guys recommend I use in the future? i don't need lectures about safety. i need results. i know they aren't all the same.

pic unrelated
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Cedric Pittlock - Mon, 18 Oct 2021 00:16:01 EST AfBQFi4d No.147773 Reply
>>147717
>>147749
Bt for worms. Obviously every pest requires a different approach but I'm sure you knew that, having done the minimal amount of investigation before starting this gay ass thread, right?
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Walter Futtingwune - Sat, 18 Dec 2021 10:09:19 EST 79+heyWR No.147817 Reply
>>147749
youd shouldn't need to use pesticides. I've been growing for 12 years, from 100 acre outdoor grows to aquaponic indoor grows to trap door basement grows. the only time ive ever seen a problem with pests, and it was spider mites, was when i was in a legal hydro grow and hte owner was like, a few spider mites isn't a problem and the head grower was this NPK and HPS grower.


ive aquired thrips and aphids before. But I always use cover crops, and ones that pollenate. the pests will attack the cover crops first. they are closer to the ground so the pests will contact them first. also youll foster a predator habitat so you'll get some play there and you'll notice a problem before it gets into hte canopy. I use soil,where I push Zn, Cu, Mn, B, Si, and Ca. This will make sure hte ISR and SAR are primed in the pot. Then if I see lady bugs anywhere I add them too the ecosystem. I can get them established, if you get buchwheat and vetch giong on.


And remember if you see like 1 pest, tehres 100 you don't see.

so i keep a neem/natural pyrethrin on hand to knock anything down and a KCO3 solution to keep boytritis down. But i've never had a probem, this is just in case. Honestly, I've sprayed ferments into flowering plants and did not get a fungal outbreak. Ferments will contain chitanase, which is an enzyme that breaks down chitin. I've tried entomypathogenic fungi, and it works really really well, but you'll tend to over due it.
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Walter Futtingwune - Sat, 18 Dec 2021 10:11:42 EST 79+heyWR No.147818 Reply
>>147749
but if yoou've had this many pest problems, are you outdoors? if so, youre goign to need to tie you ecosystem together. something is fucked in your yard.

if youre indoors. stop using miracle grow, get some peat, biochar, gypsum and humic acid and follow nature.


your 20+ years of gardening is irrelevent. I have a M.S. in soil science. I've worked all over the country in a varity of situations. i've grown thousands of acres of weed. gardening culture is essentially the flat earth of ecology.

Growing poppies in my yard

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- Tue, 31 Aug 2021 15:25:30 EST 7h0QRkFo No.147734
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I have a few questions.

  1. If I dump unwashed seeds around my yard with water will they sprout up like that? What happens if I just dump fuckloads of seeds in random spots all around my yard?

2. Will they keep popping up every year if I live in a cold climate (Maine)? Or do I have to keep dumping seeds if I want more plants?

3. What would be the best time to plant them? Would it be around spring?

4. Does the species matter?
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Hannah Sabbermine - Fri, 24 Sep 2021 10:46:11 EST xhWGnefm No.147757 Reply
>>147756
trafficking opium means transporting massive amounts across state lines. no one cares if you boil down some plants from your yard
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SAMESAME - Sat, 06 Nov 2021 13:55:02 EST IqiOGls6 No.147802 Reply
>>147735
Like if he would feed fresh poppy straws/pods/leaves containing latex and opiates to an already slippery and smooth snake that looks modern, who knows how much the leather of the snake would improve in quality.
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Dextrolord - Fri, 26 Nov 2021 14:32:16 EST rirXVE9v No.147807 Reply
>>147769
>>147734
A buddy of mine and I once grew a growing pot full of poppies just for shits and giggles. They sprouted easily enough but I accidentally bumped into the pot and plants on the balcony when drunk once and it killed the whole batch
So just treat them gently thru the whole process would be my suggestion

nano aquarium and aquascape

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- Wed, 15 Sep 2021 15:43:24 EST /xkyjO9e No.147751
File: 1631735004088.jpg -(26646B / 26.02KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. nano aquarium and aquascape
Obviously i fail at growing earth plants. I had a rose i grew from a single stem, it survived the winter. however in the rain, it caught too much moisture and the beautiful bloom caught mold.
Now I have the brilliant idea of aquascape. Ive found a site with some hints and tips, do you have some experience with water plants?

pic related, look at that beauty
i wouldnt put a buddhas head in there, but this looks like one giant glowing emerald, its mesmerizing
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Sophie Medgehall - Mon, 15 Nov 2021 08:41:08 EST eaQm08gB No.147803 Reply
>>147751
submerged plants often require more care than emersed, for example you would need some sort of CO2 going into the tank for growth.
next they have algea to compete with. it is harder to remove than the weeds you pick in the garden so you would have to manage nutrients so they don't outcompete the plants. regular basic tank maintenance will get you far, but you have to be consistent and monitor/test every few days.

it's a closed system so more can go wrong, your garden is easier because you have birds and bees, wasps and pillbugs,worms and ants to clean the garden for you, without detrivores and other animals you will have to solve those problems yourself as they arise.

another grow room for seeds

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- Sat, 23 Oct 2021 19:37:25 EST 3+dUep3V No.147776
File: 1635032245767.jpg -(83624B / 81.66KB, 768x1024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. another grow room for seeds
What do you do to get seeds? do you have a seperate grow room with female and male plants in it?
Should I get another grow light for this purpose?

right now I got 9 small ones and 1 bigger with more some nice balls bro

Indoor poppies

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- Mon, 16 Aug 2021 16:23:02 EST JiVDyYVM No.147717
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Is growing indoor poppies totally unviable? I live in Canada and pretty soon its going to be freezing cold I don’t know how I’d grow them outside except for just a perfect window once a year.

I saw a grower posting their plant and they had one poppy plant with 15 different heads
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Samuel Chubblespear - Tue, 17 Aug 2021 04:47:53 EST iygXqFVY No.147718 Reply
>>147717
Doable, there's actually a book entitled hydroponic heroin that covers how to grow poppies hydroponically inside. The book is now a bit outdated but still lots of valuable info and you can find a pdf online.
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Phyllis Shakecocke - Fri, 15 Oct 2021 02:47:38 EST o06qzSRT No.147772 Reply
good concise guide to chemical synthesis

Plant Slowly Dying

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- Sun, 05 Sep 2021 14:08:57 EST Cjr6+ALU No.147736
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Got a few plants shifting from veg to flower, and most of the flowers that are starting are turning brown. I'm losing some entire lower stems, for no reason that I can discern. I can't seem to find any literature that matches this, has anyone ever experienced that?
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Sophie Pevingway - Sun, 05 Sep 2021 15:42:59 EST Cjr6+ALU No.147739 Reply
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>>147737
And of the whole thing, in case it helps. Until about two weeks ago it was leafy AF, they don't even seem to hardly turn yellow before they just shrivel brown and fall off.
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Sophie Pevingway - Sun, 05 Sep 2021 15:45:17 EST Cjr6+ALU No.147740 Reply
>>147737
The upper third is almost unaffected, and looks great, but whatever this happens to be is plainly moving upwards.
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Polly Blavingridge - Sun, 03 Oct 2021 02:18:28 EST sud7j3Ij No.147763 Reply
>>147736
It looks as if the plant has switched to flowering and has afterwards returned to the vegetative state. Probably combined with a general nutrient deficiency

death of a plant?

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- Sun, 05 Sep 2021 16:37:42 EST v8A1oQob No.147741
File: 1630874262818.jpg -(6641643B / 6.33MB, 4608x3456) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. death of a plant?
woke up to my plant looking like this today, don't know what to do or if this kills it but I'm pretty sure it does.

pretty sure its from mildew and not enough wind hitting the plant?
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Sophie Pevingway - Sun, 05 Sep 2021 17:55:00 EST Cjr6+ALU No.147745 Reply
>>147744
By "help" I kind of meant that it's supposed to be able to control further infestation, not really to cure it, which is indeed almost impossible.
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George Sinnergold - Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:28:28 EST /R3TtSEw No.147760 Reply
>>147741
once a plant has them, it has them for good. after doing a ton of research I found one obscure YouTube comment that suggested UVC lamps. The ONLY way I've found sanitize and destroy the spores in a grow area, and save future crops, was to run UVC lamps for days with all the fans blowing air around. you can get them on amazon, just be cautious with the ozone it creates & also wear safety goggles and cover exposed skin.
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George Sinnergold - Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:29:46 EST /R3TtSEw No.147761 Reply
powdery mildew is a huge problem if you're bringing in outside fresh air.

Mold fighting

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- Sat, 14 Aug 2021 02:33:18 EST r8QRRMWP No.147715
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Starting to grow. Planted 3 seeds, 1 didn't sprout, 1 did but came out gimpy and died, but the last one is going strong. However I noticed some surface soil mold starting to grow. Removed top soil. But what do you recommend for making sure it stays gone/kill any mold that might be deeper? I found some thing suggesting 1.5 teaspoons 3% hydrogen peroxide + 1 cup water. Good idea or will I fuck my only healthy plant? Granted this is just a learning run but I'd like to at least get it to show sex. pic related, I am monke calling tech support.
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Archie Dundlemuck - Sun, 22 Aug 2021 23:37:20 EST r8QRRMWP No.147721 Reply
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>>147720
cool. Less water/the hydrogen mix is working. No more mold and this sprout is getting tall AF about ready to be moved out of the small bag to the full pot.
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Henry Brazzledale - Tue, 07 Sep 2021 10:17:31 EST LFRfZXdc No.147747 Reply
Abandon all hope ye that are infected. Throw you're grow away.
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Sophie Chuffinglock - Mon, 27 Sep 2021 05:45:56 EST iygXqFVY No.147758 Reply
>>147715
Don't overwater like other anon said and buy some mycorrhizal and trichoderma blend from kelp4less the trich will eat most molds

Mushrooms

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- Sat, 28 Aug 2021 19:36:11 EST uuL2Co4P No.147732
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I have a handful of mushrooms. They demand that I spawn them.

Very retarded OP so tell me how to multiply these motherfuckers without setting up a science fair in my kitchen.

I think I should get some sort of food for it (agar) and leave them in a ziplock with the wet agar for a few days. Then add it to a pot of soil and mix it, then cover with plastic with tiny holes in it?

Will this work? Can I poop in the bag instead of buying agar? How fucking hard is it to grow a mushroom
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Charlotte Clummerdale - Sun, 12 Sep 2021 04:12:52 EST F7VgjiWJ No.147748 Reply
This is one of the most retarded things I've ever read. If you want to grow mushrooms you need to use proper technique my man, just throwing mushrooms in a bag with agar won't do shit but grow bacteria. Go look on shroomery for advice or watch phillygoldenteacher on YouTube he has a video exactly about this topic and he'll explain it concisely and clearly for you. Happy growing bud welcome to the true patrician hobby.

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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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.
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Nathaniel Hupperforth - Mon, 06 Sep 2021 19:19:39 EST 4DOz6HG2 No.147746 Reply
Maybe it got some kinda plant virus and went 'montrose'. Happens in cacti a lot. Basically the meristem gets fucked up and growth goes wacky and insane, but in a regular pattern.

SEED WEBSITES

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- Fri, 31 Mar 2017 06:08:51 EST 1SbvPZrp No.144389
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need some help deciding what site to purchase from. also shipping to usa
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Eugene Fizzlewut - Thu, 26 Aug 2021 21:34:17 EST 4QGv9IQr No.147728 Reply
>>147727
How exactly is saying a single meme doing as told? He's right, you guys are stupid as fuck.
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Ernest Shittingfield - Fri, 27 Aug 2021 13:47:52 EST v07724fp No.147730 Reply
>>147728
you can always go back if you love it there so much and hate it here
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Ebenezer Chemmlemire - Sat, 28 Aug 2021 17:17:25 EST 4kNKWJ0Q No.147731 Reply
Can we get back to seeds discussion now?

It's been ages since I bought any online. Back then I used PSBC in Canada and a really popular shop in Netherlands, I forget the name. What's the scene like nowadays? Is it still legal to buy and ship to any state, on account of the seeds being "decorative" or whatever? What's the point of using Tor? Personally I think most of these onion sites are scams and/or honeypots.
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Home Harvest

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- Fri, 27 Dec 2019 13:23:51 EST WkTJvPmF No.147114
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Sup y'all. So I got about 1-2 weeks left in flower. One dude who makes dank wax told me about a method he uses. Instead of chopping when the time comes, he feeds again plain water and lets the soil dry out 2 weeks. He claims that the buds basically burst with sticky trichomes. After its dried out, you chop and trim and it's ready for smoke.
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Phoebe Dinkindeck - Mon, 31 May 2021 15:14:04 EST JwOfdZyE No.147651 Reply
I think you'd still need to cure it after that, wouldn't you?
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Lillian Blatherbanks - Wed, 02 Jun 2021 08:54:49 EST 4gErGP2W No.147653 Reply
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I did 3 days of darkness with an ALMOST ready and healthy northern lights automatic (rqs) and I actually took some pictures
I wouldnt leave them in standing soil 2 weeks ever. Thats just asking for pests and mold.
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Archie Songerhall - Sat, 14 Aug 2021 03:10:39 EST r8QRRMWP No.147716 Reply
>>147119
>4 months to cure
dude it only takes 2 weeks.
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