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Home Harvest

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- Fri, 27 Dec 2019 13:23:51 EST WkTJvPmF No.147114
File: 1577471031059.jpg -(4804947B / 4.58MB, 3024x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Home Harvest
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.
User is currently banned from all boards

propagation

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- Sat, 24 Oct 2020 07:56:54 EST ENXh61sq No.147436
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im about to buy some leaf of a philodendron and im not sure how to tak3 care of it. it has minimal roots. should i keep it in filtered water for some weeks until the roots grow bigger or should i plant it in soil already and put it under a cap for air moisture?
when to switch to soil?
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Barnaby Hosslesutch - Tue, 24 Nov 2020 04:06:46 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147464 Reply
>>147445
If it has roots I would transplant to soil. Make sure you don't overwater at this stage as this can lead to root rot.
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John Happerhet - Thu, 12 Aug 2021 18:29:05 EST PpCW/FkU No.147713 Reply
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>>147441
>>147436
can i just say, that i often think about my plant. i had to go away for a couple of days and had noone to water my plant. when i came back it was just dead. and it broke my heart. still to this day i wonder how it would look like. i cared for it. and i still do. how can you stop caring?

i just want closure

Thinking about a grow kit

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- Sun, 01 Aug 2021 20:20:10 EST FX7HuRo2 No.147710
File: 1627863610462.jpg -(232085B / 226.65KB, 1485x1440) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Thinking about a grow kit
I own my own house, but the only good place to grow would be either in my basement (with a dehumidifier), or a closet. I'd rather not have house guests see it, so it has to be covert. My attic and garage are either too warm in the summer, or too cold in the winter, so those are out. Are these all in one kits a good start? Are they a ripoff? I intend to buy a book and read up growing first, then start in the winter. Is this book as good as they say it is? https://www.amazon.com/How-Grow-Marijuana-Easiest-Growing/dp/1507212585
I only ask because a friend has it and said he'll loan it to me.

Manifolding or Mainlining

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- Wed, 30 Jun 2021 22:06:08 EST sN4F1USO No.147690
File: 1625105168785.jpg -(146618B / 143.18KB, 720x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Manifolding or Mainlining
So, I am growing 4 Plants in a 3x3 Tent. I currently have 9 Plants but they are not feminized so I will be culling the males and keeping 4.

Anyway this is my first REAL grow, I have attempted to mainline or manifold my plants with the idea of allowing each plant to have 4 Main tops or colas.

From what I read when you manifold this way you are supposed to top at the 3rd node after achieving between 4-6 nodes worth of growth. Once you top at the 3rd node you, you remove foliage below the third node and LST the two new tops and allow them to grow out 4 nodes, and then top them down to the 3rd node again to achieve 4 total tops or colas.

So my question is this, I topped at the 4th node instead of the 3rd node so I now have 4 branches instead of the usual 2 to start. Could I avoid topping a second time this way and focus on these 4 colas or did I make a mistake by not following the usual manifold route and topping at the 3rd node?

Pic relevant, its one of my plants.
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Caroline Hevingmun - Fri, 02 Jul 2021 14:33:17 EST M1BMi1EE No.147694 Reply
thats a huge plant or a small butt lower left
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Henry Cindlefoot - Mon, 05 Jul 2021 23:56:41 EST sya1qCZQ No.147695 Reply
It's no big deal, just remove the lower leaves whenever it looks like they're starting to interfere with each other. Sometimes the lower leaves will just fall off on their own. Remove any other spindly lower branches that grow out too, so you just focus on the 4 tops. I would top a 2nd time as planned and if the first 2 lower branches show vigorous growth then you may as well keep them, so you have 6 colas. A nice bushy plant.

bug problem

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- Sun, 27 Jun 2021 08:04:58 EST SCEnhvUr No.147688
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Yo guys, ive got these bugs which wont fucking die, im late in flower so im scared to spray however i have one in veg which ive sprayed numerous times and these white dots are still showing up, can anyone recommend a solution?

Strange plant

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- Thu, 11 Mar 2021 16:36:41 EST 1LTmiUNi No.147562
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Hey /crops/, I got this strange plant (Pic related) in my most recent grow. Are these seeds? Is it a male? If so, I should probably throw it away or at least separate it from the other, right?
The only reason I haven't done so yet is bc this looks really strange. There is also some white shit on leafs. If this ain't seeds, is it some kin dof illness?
I'm happy for any thoughts
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Eugene Shittingdale - Wed, 16 Jun 2021 23:17:53 EST u7yL/buw No.147682 Reply
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>>147567
Fuck, I've been getting rid of my support plants!
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Martin Brazzletot - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 06:46:39 EST AwxysU6x No.147684 Reply
nice balls bro, hope you enjoy smoking em

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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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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Phyllis Brongerpit - Mon, 15 Jun 2020 16:26:18 EST /Q2/d3wh No.147326 Reply
Just re sterilise later
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Shitting Nickleworth - Tue, 15 Jun 2021 02:54:30 EST iygXqFVY No.147677 Reply
>>147237
It's sealed and should be pre-sterilized, it's better to let it sit around a week or two first anyway, then if you see any thing growing on it you know it's contaminated and don't waste a syringe injection on it

Afghani

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- Sun, 31 May 2020 13:00:31 EST cZvJNpGR No.147295
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hi /crops/ how do you like my girl?
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Lillian Blatherbanks - Wed, 02 Jun 2021 09:17:57 EST 4gErGP2W No.147659 Reply
>>147295
Is it your light and nutrients or does it grow like this in the wild?
Interessting leaf coverage, my guess itll ripen quick?
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Fucking Bunfield - Sun, 13 Jun 2021 11:40:05 EST M1BMi1EE No.147673 Reply
>enter week 4 of girl scout cookies auto
>plants turning a bit yellow
>gave plants first adult feeding with as directed Fox Farm Big Bloom and half a stick of miracle gro plant food spikes
>biggest one got bigger by growing arms over night
>yellowing going away
what is this feeling in my lower stomach area?

new mother plant?

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- Mon, 03 Aug 2020 21:28:30 EST rIvsmHS0 No.147371
File: 1596504510680.jpg -(3991557B / 3.81MB, 3264x2448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. new mother plant?
This is a strain called queen mother goji. It was the last weed i bought back in march. One bud had 3 seeds. The smell is really unique, a complex skunk smell that is almost like incense. The terpene profile of the parent is sublime. Going to start to flower it soon and can already tell this is going to need the carbon filter. THC of the parent is said to go up to about 30% too.

This strain is really good if you want a rich complex nighttime skunk strain. Pick some up if you see it in a store you wont regret it.
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Lillian Blatherbanks - Wed, 02 Jun 2021 08:57:54 EST 4gErGP2W No.147655 Reply
And indeed, it does look like you call it.
Is it untrained? How is the light condition during most of your day? Always behind a window?
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Lillian Blatherbanks - Wed, 02 Jun 2021 09:03:20 EST 4gErGP2W No.147657 Reply
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I can only find Goji OG and Queen Mother in the avaiable and documented genetics
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New name - Wed, 02 Jun 2021 10:47:30 EST 4gErGP2W No.147661 Reply
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Please dear god let OP not smoke this plant and at least save a stray seed so we can all enjoy her beauty somehow someday again and again

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?
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Hugh Blinkinway - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 10:52:04 EST 2oz2EJ52 No.147200 Reply
>>147199
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.
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Caroline Drabblehodge - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 01:21:40 EST 6IK8eNOZ No.147214 Reply
>>147196
Always check your lights PAR values for your lights. Wattage isnt exactly UV output equivilant.
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Hamilton Winterkat - Fri, 28 May 2021 05:24:59 EST dbNDeueE No.147647 Reply
>>147196
Sunlight have much wider and broader spectrum of lightl.

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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Walter Gemblekedge - Sun, 09 May 2021 10:02:23 EST YuXxf1SU No.147608 Reply
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Those are 5 Dollar LED Panels btw (12v 70w LED Panel) [Im running these at 11.6 V so they will be outputting roughly 20watts each. You can bump that up to 12v with a capable power supply, like a computer Power Supply that can also drive GPUs well.
Its legit the best and coincidentially cheapest "DIY solution" for indoor light on the entire market

https://de.aliexpress.com/item/4001275542304.html?spm=a2g0s.12269583.0.0.278a3d79BWP585

sexing plant

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- Sun, 23 May 2021 17:41:11 EST lRKwyTzH No.147624
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are those round things male preflowers?
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Hamilton Winterkat - Fri, 28 May 2021 05:00:02 EST dbNDeueE No.147642 Reply
>>147624
They look like pollen sacks, wait until they hang like bananas

Seed Production

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- Thu, 13 May 2021 16:13:56 EST 6tG7SCVq No.147609
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Hi all,

I have a limited number of seeds available and am unable to easily acquire more where I live. Because of this, I would like to successfully use my seeds to breed and produce more plants.

I have very limited experience with breeding cannabis, as the only times I've produced seeds in the past has been inadvertently when a bag seed herm'd and fertilized some of my females.

I have a pack of 10 regular seeds which I would like to cross with my existing plants, which are clones of mothers grown from seed. I still have the original mothers but ideally want to just pollinate the clones.

Should I just pop all 10 seeds and separate males then let them loose in a tent full of clones in flower?

Is it better to breed with plants grown from seed? Also, does the size of the plant matter other than to increase the yield of seeds? I am considering moving clones into flower as soon as they root and just letting however many healthy males I have to open pollinate the tent.

Thanks
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Caroline Fubberpick - Mon, 17 May 2021 19:01:46 EST aJ2Ea3X0 No.147618 Reply
>>147614
So that I can keep the same plants alive through multiple seasons rather than having to pop more seeds and get new males for the next batch. Atm i'm leaning towards keeping the males in veg and just cloning as needed to get to grips with the breeding, but maybe once i've got a stable supply of my own seeds, that'll change.

I've read that it's doable to reveg males, and commonly reveg my female plants after harvesting - just not sure if there's an upper limit on how long I can keep a male in flower before I encounter problems.

Thanks
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Nicholas Brookbanks - Thu, 27 May 2021 05:28:53 EST vxeMx4Li No.147634 Reply
clones in a Vegbox is the way to go.
Theroetically you dont need to buy seeds at all.
But we all know, one power outage and they flower or whatnot

Just make sure your growbox isnt an evolutionary selector or youre gonna end up wirh seeds that only pop inside or plants that dont need/able to withstand cold.
You know how it works.
I read a german book that i can highly recommend about the genetics of cannabis plants. Learn mendel, then invest 20-40$ or download on zlibrary .
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Sneeds Feed Seed - Fri, 28 May 2021 04:59:23 EST dbNDeueE No.147641 Reply
Excellent idea, make sure you use a proper mother for the f2's

How much water per plant - Hyrdo drip

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- Wed, 05 May 2021 08:27:18 EST QTeS9SRP No.147602
File: 1620217638483.jpg -(30587B / 29.87KB, 458x458) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How much water per plant - Hyrdo drip
I've recently gone back to the whole home growing thingamajig and got myself a rig - pic related - that can apparently hold 12 plants in a 80cm X 60 cm layout, with a reservoir holding roughly 90 litres. (31.4961 inches X 23.622 inches for 23.7755 gallons - according to google)
Is that going to be enough water for all the plants? Will I need to change the water weekly? It's been years since I've used a rig like this and I really don't remember how a lot of this works.
Any input much appreciated.
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Phyllis Bringerwater - Sat, 08 May 2021 00:35:07 EST YDWLm8JZ No.147603 Reply
>>147602
What are you growing? Autoflower?

Use 3-5 gallon pots with no transplatation.

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