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- Tue, 04 May 2021 12:44:50 EST FK/EYNRM No.147600
File: 1620146690111.jpg -(1731520B / 1.65MB, 3000x4000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. what is this
Ive seen this before but i cant remember what this phenomenon is called or whats inside of it... can anybody help?

What is opium?

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- Tue, 21 Jan 2020 20:17:12 EST IKwo+eWk No.147155
File: 1579655832818.jpg -(63941B / 62.44KB, 767x1024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What is opium?
Sooo... what if someone wants to start growing opium flower? Acquiring the seeds is legal to my knowledge, growing perhaps, but harvesting is obviously not? How long does it take for it to grow? Do you get new seeds from it which you can plant or do they need to be 'activated' or something? Will it smell? (Pardon my lack of understanding of basic biological/botanical terms and science.) How much of codeine could you produce from a single plant for personal use for back pain relief? How difficult and dangerous is the harvesting proces? How likely would grow succeed without special equipment; window board, sunlight, tap water and spoiled fruits/veggies? Researching for a novel I'm writing, of course.
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Hannah Dengergold - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 19:28:40 EST ///BrKZr No.147167 Reply
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ez grow, plant in early spring. extracting the dried plants is easier than trying to collect the latex
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Albert Wigglecocke - Thu, 30 Jan 2020 16:40:46 EST nwpyv++5 No.147174 Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfUfugkRavg

Here's a decent starting point with some good info. I've been wanting to grow my own poppies for personal use this year and since nobody else on this shitty website is helping, I figured I would.
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ASDF - Sun, 25 Apr 2021 10:18:29 EST rNilmZXK No.147597 Reply
>>147167
OP this is good advice. Harvesting poppies for their opium is not legal per se, but obviously alot of things are illegal and you're going to do what you're going to do. I do recommend just letting them dry out and go to seed and harvesting dried poppy straw and seed, less risky legal wise. Anyways you want to make sure the seeds you're using are papaver somniferum or papaver giganteum. Papaver somniferum seeds for planting can be found at most garden nurseries. You usually plant them by spreading them on soil. then put a thin layer of soil over them. flatten them down and pack the soil. Next water it and keep it moist. some say you need frost to germinate but I don't think thats true. in-fact i have had better luck germinating in hot, moist conditions. poppies don't transplant well and don't grow well in windowsills or indoors. that's about all you need to know.

How fucked am I?

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- Wed, 21 Apr 2021 17:52:15 EST M1BMi1EE No.147595
File: 1619041935575.jpg -(180928B / 176.69KB, 1280x914) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How fucked am I?
Spring has Sprung
Lawn looking good
Set aside a nice plot to test out growing my own weed
Fertilized the fuck outta the soil, tilled the soil, planted other plants in the spot to hide it from the neighbors
motherfucking sprouts sprouting feeling good. handfuls of random flower seed packets i picked at random and the cute little marijuana stems just showing up
And then it snowed. like two inches of snow this morning. no indoor growing materials
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Hugh Gesslestone - Thu, 27 May 2021 09:23:18 EST YuXxf1SU No.147636 Reply
Take care of smell if it gets bad youll have to top or smth

Leaves twisting

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- Mon, 12 Apr 2021 13:29:33 EST bWjDFtc2 No.147585
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Hi guys, first time grower, and doing basically all the mistakes. Now, after lot of trouble, my skinny plant is having its meager but nice flowering. But few days ago, after some yellowing of leaves and a subsequent nutrient boost, the greatest leaves have twisted sideways in this weird fashion. Do you know what have happened ?
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Phoebe Cammerridge - Tue, 13 Apr 2021 12:26:38 EST bWjDFtc2 No.147587 Reply
>>147586
The strange thing is that the leaves kind of moved toward where the light was at the time, but after moving the plant around they are now keeping their position.
Well, I've seen the first pistils turning dark today, so it may simply reaching its end life. Probably won't gave me more than a gram of dried stuff but hey, that's still something.
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Hamilton Lightwill - Thu, 15 Apr 2021 07:29:56 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147588 Reply
>>147585
That's a general nutrient deficiency and it's only about 2/3 through flowering. Better luck next time, try to read a couple of growing tutorials.
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John Dashmure - Sat, 08 May 2021 09:32:37 EST YuXxf1SU No.147605 Reply
lack of light. Its turning towards the light, seeing the light

Runt seed suggestions

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- Wed, 07 Apr 2021 14:30:38 EST U9bGEWZX No.147580
File: 1617820238807.jpg -(3756484B / 3.58MB, 4000x3000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Runt seed suggestions
The seed in the foreground was planted at the same time as the one in the background. The tap root has rooted itself, but and the shell has cracked but it just isn't coming up. Soil is moist but not too wet a cm down. Backstory on the seeds: they were dry as fuck and "dead", so far these two planted are the only ones that I got to sprout a tap root using the paper towel method. I even put the paper towel inside a plastic bag and put a heat pad underneath and that helped. So far none of the others have sprouted a taproot though. Anything I can do for this little guy?
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Martha Gommerway - Wed, 07 Apr 2021 16:05:55 EST F8G6r/0S No.147581 Reply
leave it for a day or two if it is still stuck help it a bit (carefully)

SEED THRED

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- Fri, 26 Mar 2021 22:39:09 EST HI/8R/WB No.147576
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I'm in California, what's a good seed bank that'll get me dem beanz?

Deficiency?

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- Thu, 18 Feb 2021 08:47:16 EST QSatV5Nr No.147544
File: 1613656036874.jpg -(4142766B / 3.95MB, 4608x3456) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Deficiency?
What do you think is my plant problem ?
Pic related is one of the oldest bottom leaves. The affected leaves seem to be the oldest, biggest ones. I'm in the first week of flowering

I grow in biobizz all mix,under LEDs, using biobizz grow and bloom, and advanced nutrients calmag

A few weeks ago I had some burnt tips so I went easy with the nutes, but now I'm thinking it might be a deficiency

What do you think?
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John Hindlewater - Tue, 23 Feb 2021 05:29:41 EST w3uXw1Zo No.147547 Reply
>>147544
Just looks like a Cal/Mag issue. Whats your pH when you water?
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Shitting Clayford - Thu, 25 Feb 2021 04:45:06 EST dXwIVd/s No.147550 Reply
>>147547
Around 6. 5-7, I can only test it with pH bands so the reading isnt very accurate

Do you think feeding calmag via foliar spray isn't enough?

What are these insects on my plants?

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- Sun, 28 Feb 2021 21:02:44 EST NZdTF0b8 No.147552
File: 1614564164156.jpg -(1907176B / 1.82MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What are these insects on my plants?
I have these silky balls of yellow string full of these squirmy little insects. Are these bad for my outdoor grow? Ive got plenty of other bugs on my other fruit trees and vegetables but never have I ever seen anything like this. Bugs are generally repelled from my marijuana plants. Should I spray them with insecticide?
I've only got Imidacloprid on me, should that do the trick?
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Esther Favingwedge - Mon, 01 Mar 2021 18:57:35 EST jkhXR4J7 No.147555 Reply
>>147552
wow never seen something like that. Looks bad.
spraying insecticide is never a good idea. just cut everything with those bugs on them and throw it away. you could try some more natural stuff like nettle manure but theyre already all over your buds so i guess giving up and destroying your plant for the sake of your other plants is the only way.

Didn't properly flush my bud

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- Sat, 06 Feb 2021 14:10:01 EST oommdIRf No.147533
File: 1612638601554.jpg -(194932B / 190.36KB, 578x962) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Didn't properly flush my bud
I grew some indoor bud in a tent and didn't properly flush it. I used Canna A + B, Terpinator, Bud XL, and another top booster (I think these are all organic), with natural soil but only did a 1.5-2 week "water only" at end and no actual flush. The bud itself looks and smells fantastic. It smokes well, but i'm concerned that there are residuals left in it. All my other grows I've done 3-4 weeks water only and an actual flush. Should I be concerned about residuals in this?
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David Subblenune - Fri, 26 Feb 2021 05:11:31 EST YhMn4Yoh No.147551 Reply
>>147533 Flushing isn't really necessary unless you're doing it to remove salt buildup which is EC/PH related

ur good

First time grower, these girls ok?

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- Thu, 21 Jan 2021 09:38:14 EST 7rlLKACF No.147518
File: 1611239894908.jpg -(558790B / 545.69KB, 1736x1796) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. First time grower, these girls ok?
Hi friends, these are now two weeks old and I noticed two of them look a bit funky. The one in the bottom right has a couple weird leaves. The one in the bottom left has non symmetrical leaves.

I'm sure they will be fine, hopefully, but does anyone know what might have gone wrong to cause this. The plants have been rotated and swapped about so it's not that the closer side of the light isn't as functional or anything.
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John Battingstone - Sat, 23 Jan 2021 18:11:58 EST sya1qCZQ No.147524 Reply
They look like mutants, in which case there's nothing that can be done about it. You can try growing it and see how the flowers look, but probably won't yield as much as a normal plant.
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Polly Pummlegold - Sat, 06 Feb 2021 06:15:11 EST 7rlLKACF No.147532 Reply
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Here's how they're doing now! I topped the mutant and she's growing back normally-ish (back left).
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John Hindlewater - Tue, 23 Feb 2021 05:37:38 EST w3uXw1Zo No.147549 Reply
>>147532
this is your first grow? You did a good job mainlining those plants. Fucking really good for a noobie
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Not perlite

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- Wed, 10 Feb 2021 17:24:44 EST pQZBaa66 No.147537
File: 1612995884430.jpg -(4264361B / 4.07MB, 4160x3120) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Not perlite
What is wrong with my mazapatec mycelium why is it so fluffy and crack rocky looking?
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Hannah Turveygold - Fri, 12 Feb 2021 10:52:57 EST iOeh6rJC No.147541 Reply
>>147537 not genetics
>>147537 not bacteria

Lack of FAE and too high humidity is the problem. Evident from the thin and elongated stems, as well as the fluffing reaction. Just increase # of times you fan/day and wipe the sides of the FC clean of condensation.
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press - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 11:29:08 EST bvuDfHq3 No.147542 Reply
>>147541
that would explain the tilt of the fruiting bodies and their fuzzy feet but even in staller than ideal air aereal mycellium doesnt puff up like that.
and bulk substrates would ideally be set into a fruiting chamber that doesnt require fanning. in a shot gun FC or a mono fanning does shit. condensation is mostly an indicator of temperature gradients.
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John Hindlewater - Tue, 23 Feb 2021 05:34:52 EST w3uXw1Zo No.147548 Reply
>>147541
I get the same thing sometimes and reducing the density of the polyfill in the holes in my monos to increase FAE and drop humidity doesnt do much to change it. Placing a fan anywhere to increase air circulation around the tubs also doesnt change much
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Is it dead or just ready to harvest?

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- Mon, 28 Oct 2019 17:50:11 EST govUjzsi No.147023
File: 1572299411388.jpg -(735173B / 717.94KB, 912x1600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is it dead or just ready to harvest?
So I started a one plant outdoor grow back around early August. Unfortunately I'm in Virginia so it's been cloudy since the beginning of October and cold so I had too move it indoors. I just germinated the seed and sowed it in a pot, no nutrients, just water and sunlight and it was healthy as an ox until the sun went away and I had to move it indoors. Now all the leaves are dried up except for some small ones in the buds. The buds have orange hairs so I think their close to harvest, it's just they seem rather small. The nugs are purple.

Should I cut my losses and just harvest? Or wade it out and keep watering it and leaving under a light? I might get some grow bulbs when I get paid.
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ASDF - Mon, 08 Feb 2021 16:16:03 EST FGF3cGDU No.147536 Reply
bruh, both. beiong that you moved it indoors without a light on it, it flowered early. it's dead and done and wont produce new growth. harvest it before it grows mold.
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Lydia Sondledudge - Thu, 11 Feb 2021 03:12:59 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147538 Reply
>>147023
It's overwatered, it's best to water on the conservative side.

What's the problem?

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- Mon, 13 Apr 2020 03:13:27 EST taNqIY4m No.147254
File: 1586762007411.jpg -(1678461B / 1.60MB, 4032x1960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What's the problem?
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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Day 11 plants

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- Sun, 20 Dec 2020 21:57:11 EST TEhDS8X2 No.147486
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Do they look small?
Day 11
24h light schedule
Watering 1-2 times a day
Should I give them nutrients? If yes, mixed with the water or done separately?
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James Grimbanks - Tue, 22 Dec 2020 03:11:37 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147488 Reply
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>>147486
Don't water them every day, cannabis doesn't like 'wet feet'(ie likes a lot of oxygen in the root zone). It's better to water thoroughly once every couple of days. You should also lower the light a bit, they are stretching a bit (searching for more light). I would also advise using a 20/4 or 18/6 light regimen since everyrthing above that just costs electricity but doensn't benefit the plant anymore.
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Hedda Willerdudging - Mon, 01 Feb 2021 12:58:05 EST dml78eg0 No.147530 Reply
>>147486
They look good.
It's been only the 6th to 7th day with my Cherry tomatoes and 2 thirds are finally sprouting. The other pretty much wilted :(.
I tested one which I ended up putting in a small pot with soil, so I'm thinking maybe it'll reach this height by the 11th day as well.
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Hedda Willerdudging - Mon, 01 Feb 2021 12:58:05 EST dml78eg0 No.147531 Reply
>>147486
They look good.
It's been only the 6th to 7th day with my Cherry tomatoes and 2 thirds are finally sprouting. The other pretty much wilted :(.
I tested one which I ended up putting in a small pot with soil, so I'm thinking maybe it'll reach this height by the 11th day as well.

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