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Earwigs eating my bbs

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- Thu, 21 Jun 2018 14:07:11 EST ZRT6i0Jg No.146090
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Im doing an outdoor grow and my crops are being attacked by earwigs. Fuckers are destroying the leaves on my poor girls. Not sure how to get rid of these fuckers, has anyone had this problem or have any tips to help my situation also dont want to kill my ladybugs in the peocess
Hugh Dobblebock - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 19:54:22 EST NCtp+u6l No.146091 Reply
Earwigs are crawlers, so a ring of diatomaceous earth around the stem should serve...


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- Sun, 03 Jun 2018 14:40:12 EST ol/Sob4l No.146042
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What could this be ?
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Emma Gazzlenere - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 15:02:44 EST ol/Sob4l No.146052 Reply
seems like no one can id this plant
i have to make a 1 hour expedition in the woods back to the plant to check on it in august, it will have plenty of berries by then if the summer dont turn out to be a drought , im pretty sure its some raspberry family thing
Graham Duckstock - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 01:42:31 EST HZqG2M4Z No.146056 Reply
It's a Rubus for sure, but could be one of a few things depending on where you are. My bet is on thimbleberry, since they don't grow very tall and are pretty common in the western US. It also might be a salmonberry, which grows taller but looks like then when they're that big. IMO, plenty of plants in this genus look the same until they flower and fruit.
Graham Dallerstock - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:26:13 EST B0kZyQRI No.146062 Reply
trailing blackberry doesn't grow bushy, it only lays on the ground like that. few thorns, excellent plant for basket weaving. i have grow pot plants in baskets woven from trailing blackberry vine, its sturdy enough.
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Tips on sprouts

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- Sat, 10 Mar 2018 15:58:59 EST 2OBN8yYA No.145830
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What are all the dos and don'ts for after your little guys poke through the soil?

It seems like a pretty important period.
Graham Duckstock - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 01:53:56 EST HZqG2M4Z No.146057 Reply
To expand on this, they're really really tender, and any rapid change in humidity/light/pH can just fuck them right up.
Graham Dallerstock - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:22:56 EST B0kZyQRI No.146061 Reply
if they're outside than you might want to do something to protect sprouts from slug attack, but one the first pair of jagged leaves grows out the slugs won't eat them.
other than that leave them alone.
i lost one sprout to slugs this year, caught the slug in the act but there was nothing i could do to save the GG4/Bubba/Jesus baby other than start a couple more seeds.
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autoflowers and these LED planels

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- Sun, 25 Mar 2018 09:39:54 EST PvHIQzyH No.145853
File: 1521985194643.png -(651579B / 636.31KB, 538x539) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. autoflowers and these LED planels
is it possible to grow a half decent plant under only this light for its entire growing process?

or how many days/weeks would it be beneficial to introduce CLF after sprouting

thanks for any input, Norton
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Emma Nonningfield - Thu, 31 May 2018 23:55:08 EST Lo7Co/Tg No.146038 Reply
Its no osram yes. Its not a 50$ cree chip YES. But it will grow your weed and you will yield good with 300W. I can promise you that much

Buy chinese. Banggood.com is a good place to buy LED COBs. Or just Ebay, but ebay is too sketchy for me. And remember. An LED COB needs an LED DRIVER. (12$ total for 100W)
Edward Blatherwill - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 04:45:50 EST RoIGzPYx No.146041 Reply
OP's light is fine for flowering a plant for personal use. As long as you get nutes, oH, temps right you should be pulling down up to an oz behind an LED like that. People ITT are LED snobs LOL, bad advice all round.
Emma Gazzlenere - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 15:44:33 EST ol/Sob4l No.146053 Reply
fuck off 14watt isnt good for anything
absolute minimum for a bonsai grow is like 50watt quality brand led


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- Mon, 21 May 2018 23:39:41 EST nuAvRuU8 No.146012
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Do plants always need to be growing or can they find a good size and be healthy? I have a tree looking plant I love but it is definitely root-bound it is quite big and quite small pot but I don't want it to be bigger and love it but is it healthy to not repot to a bigger pot? same with a alovera plant I love its gotten huge do i NEED to repot it?
Charlotte Clubberkane - Tue, 22 May 2018 10:14:47 EST ol/Sob4l No.146014 Reply
It works for a while
I have a chili for 3 years in the same pot all roots and now it start to look bad
Bonsai dudes take the plant out, cut and comb the roots

Growing in a Greenhouse

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- Mon, 14 May 2018 12:15:17 EST wGXR00wF No.145992
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So by July 1st I plan on growing pot in a greenhouse. I live in new england and this structure would be facing towards the sun. I plan on adding fans and maybe lights for overcast/rainy/no sun days. The pot will also share this greenhouse with other pot plants and normal vegetables like tomatoes

This all being said, anyone here have experience growing outside, in a greenhouse? Will give more information if needed
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Graham Blusslestock - Fri, 18 May 2018 00:16:49 EST 55peluM6 No.146000 Reply
Good rule of thumb is "knee-high by July" for a lb per plant in my region, but I'm on a lower latitude so it probably ain't gonna be a pound without a quick flower
Graham Blusslestock - Fri, 18 May 2018 00:16:49 EST 55peluM6 No.146001 Reply
Good rule of thumb is "knee-high by July" for a lb per plant in my region, but I'm on a lower latitude so it probably ain't gonna be a pound without a quick flower
Simon Handerdale - Fri, 18 May 2018 06:26:46 EST WmMVwVjQ No.146003 Reply
Be careful with the humidity in the greenhouse. I've switched b ack to outside growing because of mold issues.

Roots growing out of soil

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- Sun, 22 Apr 2018 04:34:33 EST IhyN55A4 No.145927
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My auto has been flowering for about a week, and roots are starting to come out from undearneath the soil. She is in a ~2.7 gallon pot, should i just cover the roots with soil or is a transplant necessary?
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Samuel Blythestock - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 21:12:29 EST ol/Sob4l No.145930 Reply
You probably flushed the top layer away with your watering
would ad a bit more soil to cover them up so they keep working.
Barnaby Hollerwut - Sat, 12 May 2018 20:01:16 EST B0kZyQRI No.145988 Reply
i haven't seen too many autoflowers that will occupy much more than a 3g pot. a couple years ago a friend put an auto in a 45g pot and it was really funny looking next to the 12' tall trainwreck that was put in the 45 next to it. more than 2p out of the TW, less than 2z out of the auto, so you'd have to guess that the auto was using less than 1/16 of what was available in 45g of soil. 45g/16 = 2.8g
so i think that you'd probably be best of not disturbing that plant. like >>145982 said that plant might not need to grow much more rootwise. during flowering and senescence the plant is putting everything it can into growing reproductive material.
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Fucking Powdery Mildew

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- Sun, 22 Apr 2018 16:16:09 EST 5Z1LQmOS No.145928
File: 1524428169442.jpg -(307342B / 300.14KB, 1195x1600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Fucking Powdery Mildew

Just completed week 1 of flowering.

So I had four different strains growing, and one of them had a bit of dust on its fan leaf. looked closer, oh shit its powdery mildew. I'd read about it, but never dealt with it until this grow. shit.

So i cut that leaf off, disposed of it, looked the plant over, and noticed two other dust spots on other fan leafs in different locations. shit. apparently that strain was just vulnerable to powdery mildew.

So I looked the other three plants over really closely, no visible signs of infection.

I didn't feel comfortable smoking the infected plant. And I didn't want it to infect the other plants. So i trash bagged the entire thing.

My airflow is high and i've got fans in room. But I am living in a region that has PM. Here's my questions:

I've got three more plants in the grow room that have no signs of infection. What do I do to make sure they stay that way?

What should I do next grow to prevent this happening again? its quite the bummer.
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Sidney Chindlechane - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 22:50:45 EST DzEhHoT9 No.145943 Reply
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Peroxide as a curative. Oddly enough, foliar feeds applied in a mist over the leaf surfaces.
Hit the tops and bottoms of the leaves the best you can. When it dries, the salt film left behind alter the leaf surface pH, making the area non-conducive to PM growth/infection. PM tends to stop infecting leaf tissue when the plant is passing through week 8 flower and leaves begin to change color, but it does then start infecting sugar leaves if you don't have it under control by the last flowering days.
Graham Coddleput - Fri, 11 May 2018 05:59:51 EST WmMVwVjQ No.145983 Reply
Wiping mildew off with a 1:1 mixture of water and milk is a very simple organic remedy supported by scientific literature. Paradoxically, mildew likes high humidity but can't grow on wet leaves.

What you use for shroom growing

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- Sun, 06 May 2018 20:33:50 EST 8KhE34Zy No.145964
File: 1525653230137.jpg -(91074B / 88.94KB, 640x440) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What you use for shroom growing
Been reading up a lot on growing mushies since I realised it will be a lot cheaper to grow my self rather than keep on buying kits and risking having them seized.

I'm thinking I'm going to start right off to mono tubs but dunno what substraite to use.

I've read rye is ye best.
But I live in the U.K. And can't seem to buy big bags in any shops.
Same goes for popcorn
I've read bird seed is a good one but I've ha a look in a few garden stores and they all seem to be loaded with sunflour seeds what's supposed to be shit.

I've looked for manure but you can only use fresh right ?

Same goes for brown rice flour.No big bags any where and I think it was rather dear.

If it comes to it I'll order online but my long term thinking has me paranoid because I know someone who used to grow small amount of weed for years on end got caught and ended up getting jail instead of let off because they went back on his bank statements and seen he had been ordering bits of soil and fertilisers on line.

think he only done 6months or a year but he was trying to say it was his first time if that worked would of just been a slap on the wrist

Should I just buy the all American or the big boy pressuer cooker?
Or maybe just two smaller ones for half the price ?


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- Fri, 04 May 2018 14:20:30 EST 86iLzzIh No.145960
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Does anyone here do any bonsai growing? Got this little guy as a cutting from my cousin's husband and I'm trying to figure out what to do with it
Shitting Cronningshaw - Sun, 06 May 2018 18:36:52 EST Lo7Co/Tg No.145963 Reply
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I have an Idea. Its kind of exotic though so don't freak out. Nuture it.
If you dont have space, like a living room or garden, plant it somewhere in the wild where you think it'll grow and come back in a decade


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- Tue, 03 Apr 2018 05:42:33 EST PvHIQzyH No.145873
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Simon Dimmernetch - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 18:40:02 EST 4jVsBXRd No.145911 Reply
I don't know about seasol specifically, but if it's like kelp tea, it's pretty mild and more for promoting good soil microbes than a straight "plant food".
Their website didn't really list it's analysis or contents, beyond "seaweed extract", so I dunno.
Cedric Blatherbanks - Tue, 01 May 2018 10:23:39 EST PvHIQzyH No.145950 Reply
got a combo seasol pack, 500ml 'health treatment' along with 500ml 'plant food'. Ive been using them about every second day. Also have some test-tomatoes going to test limits of watering along with other things.

Plants (autoflowers) have begun showing the hairs off the small growing bud sites. only one plant at this stage but none of them have had LST/supercropping or anything (and theyre small plants) so will only have one main bud cola. How long should I wait before swapping lights and lighting for flower?

they've had 23/1, with an hour cooldown for the lights. When I swap should I go to 12/12 or 18/6? or some people have said leave it at 23/1
Eugene Blatherlock - Thu, 03 May 2018 13:33:24 EST GCBrChGD No.145955 Reply
Ordinarily I'd drift it down to 18/6, but I've never done autos.

kira white thunder

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- Sat, 24 Feb 2018 13:06:36 EST bHL1WYz9 No.145792
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I picked up some kira white thunder seeds yesterday. Is it possible to just stick them in a pot and grow them like a house plant?

Apologies if this seems like a stupid question, the only thing I grow on a regular basis is beetroot.
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Isabella Crunningbury - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 07:50:33 EST bHL1WYz9 No.145900 Reply
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I've been growing her in the green house for the last couple of weeks. When she gets a bit bigger I will move her inside.
Frederick Dondleweg - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:10:58 EST bHL1WYz9 No.145921 Reply
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She's been growing pretty quickly.

How much more time ya think?

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- Mon, 09 Apr 2018 12:51:54 EST NRWdWlcN No.145891
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Lmk what YOU think! It is an indica dominant strain

Also I don't have a microscope to see trichs so that's out of the question. I'm always so indecisive on when to cut. I know it's not ready yet but I never know for sure when it really is
Martha Tillingspear - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 01:53:45 EST Lo7Co/Tg No.145892 Reply
use a magnifying device to find out the color of her trichromes.

>Transparent -> not ready
>milky means -> okay to harvest
>some milky some amber -> perfect time to harvest, (at least I think that)
>Mostly Amber trichromes -> harvest now
Martha Tillingspear - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 01:54:28 EST Lo7Co/Tg No.145893 Reply
Your phone under very good light will maybe suffice as a magnifying device

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