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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

LED grow lights

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- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 15:55:11 EST eEKf3h+D No.146702
File: 1559678111470.png -(246008B / 240.24KB, 590x478) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. LED grow lights
Currently have a Sylvania SHP-T 400W GROXPRESS which works great from seedling to harvest but at the lower parts of the plant the buds remain rather small because of insufficient light. Thus i would like to supplement it with LED lights on the sides which will be placed around 10-15cm away from the plants. There isn't a lot of room.
I have looked around for LED lights that are around 50-100cm long at least but can't really find anything that fits. There are LED bars but they are not full spectrum.
Though i found one that's around 31 x 12 cm and rated 25W which might work.
Since they'll be placed so close i think i'll need a low wattage version so they won't light burn the plants.
Anyone has any suggestion where to find such thing? Also if anyone has an idea how to generate more light from the sides feel free to share.
Note:i'm not very familiar with LED lights.
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Barnaby Dicklemadge - Sat, 28 Sep 2019 09:40:15 EST 8NnaVizo No.146976 Reply
There is SANlight which makes ridiculously overpriced LED bar style lights. (Austrian Company)
Related to that there's Greenception which you can also find on Amazon which has the new (bar) style LED lights.(probably imported Chinaware)

Under no circumstances you should get one of these compact Panels with fans & purple light.
You can also get this kit.
Doris Fuvingsidge - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 23:54:05 EST x6akZYQa No.146992 Reply
Thats a sweet looking battlestation, especially if you could vape hash oil off the stove

new plants

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 15:53:33 EST t9VvU4rC No.146920
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I just got these from the discount section of a greenhouse, idk what they are but they look pretty healthy, that succulent(?) is really cool imo ive never seen one that shade before

How often should i water these? Do they get enough light just in the corner of my room or should i get a plant light?

Thank you
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Sidney Shittingfoot - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 23:08:18 EST e67Vr2Z+ No.146930 Reply
I've seen that exact type of statuette -- either I had one or my friend did. As for the plants the green one at least needs some real sun exposure but not too direct. Idk about water.
Ian Trotfuck - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 00:38:10 EST wSjgd1Mz No.146962 Reply
The cacti you have is a variegated gymnocalycium scion grafted to a hylocereus rootstock. Very common and mass produced by companies like Altman's. Note that you cannot degraft and grow only the gymno nor can you take the pups off and root them. They must be grafted.

First and foremost you need to move it to a larger pot. This goes for both of your plants pictured. It is rootbound assuredly and the soil is no good. Both need a good cacti soil. That is to say a largely inorganic soil that is fast draining. You also need to put them in clay or smart pots and not plastic as it retains water and doesn't allow the soil to breathe.

Now that you have your cactus and succulent in new, better homes lets talk about water and light.

During their active periods they should be placed in a south facing window if possible or light/partial shade and should be watered once the soil is completely dry. This is usually about once a week. When they enter dormancy they can go for quite a while without water and minimal to no light. The most important thing here is to not over water.

Eggs on bud

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- Mon, 09 Sep 2019 13:05:48 EST MqvBGR1F No.146952
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What kind of eggs are these? They are metallic/shaped just like bb’s or shotgun pellets.
Jarvis Pittville - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 00:51:13 EST B0kZyQRI No.146956 Reply
Beluga sturgeon?
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Shit Gommlefog - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 01:14:06 EST MqvBGR1F No.146958 Reply
No theyre not fish eggs, an insect pooped them out on my plant
Phoebe Tootwater - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 00:24:20 EST B0kZyQRI No.146959 Reply
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sturgeon are very primitive fish, they're probably more closely related to insects and other invertebrates than you realize.
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What type of eggs

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- Mon, 09 Sep 2019 13:53:15 EST MqvBGR1F No.146953
File: 1568051595926.jpg -(1223548B / 1.17MB, 3264x2448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What type of eggs
Theres two eggs in the photo. Yellow in color. The only reason i found them is because they create a rust color on the leaf. I need to know if i should remove them.
Molly Bronninglirk - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 21:01:08 EST WYIOFa8K No.146955 Reply
Yeah I'd nix 'em. Not sure what they are but removing them can't hurt.
Jarvis Pittville - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 00:52:16 EST B0kZyQRI No.146957 Reply
jack off on them and see if you can create an insect-human hybrid
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Some of the buds on my plant have some seeds in the

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- Mon, 02 Sep 2019 07:58:38 EST kia64oF7 No.146947
File: 1567425518427.jpg -(11853B / 11.58KB, 240x283) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Some of the buds on my plant have some seeds in the
Hello so I have four plants going on outside at my parents house and one of the plants starting flowering in July and I've been harvesting it these past couple days because some of the buds are starting to rot(It could go for another week but don't want to lose the colas). However I noticed some of the buds have fucking seeds in them, but not all of them. Maybe like every 1 in 5 has seeds in. I looked it up and i looks like it might be a hermaphrodite? I have two other plants in that particular garden and one more on the other side of the yard. Are those are plants going to get fucked over?
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Martin Binderham - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 17:38:48 EST kia64oF7 No.146949 Reply
Yeah my mom said their neighbor up the road ended up with male so that might be it.
Eugene Saffingforth - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 20:32:33 EST zxJljhCE No.146950 Reply
if one of your plants ends up being the best shit ever then you'll be happy about a few seeds.
Fuck Gucklestone - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 10:26:50 EST 8NnaVizo No.146951 Reply
A few seeds in outdoor is totally usual and totally fine.

I doesn't have to be males in your area (and again pollen can travel huge distances) but can also be a pollen from a female plants.

Especially with fluctuating temperatures (like outdoor) plants can develop limited hermaphroditism which does not mean it's a full on hermie.
It will just develop very few pollen sack you hardly notice. And that can be from one of your plants or probably of some plant the next town over.

Vegetable Garden Thread

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 21:14:15 EST ivXB5l4f No.146823
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Post your zone, garden pics, and what you're growing. We didn't have our last frost until the end of May in my zone 5b area of Colorado, so I got a late start. I'm growing sweet corn, red kuri squash, yellow watermelon, scarlet runner beans, malabar spinach, okra, 4 kinds of peppers, 4 kinds of tomatoes, rosemary, parsley, thai basil, oregano, sweet basil, english thyme, and sage in this garden.
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Sidney Semblechodging - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 19:19:35 EST EKVpS4df No.146914 Reply
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Most pleased with this pic
I will save the seeds and get a forest of sunflowers next year
Cedric Sollerdin - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 23:55:10 EST B0kZyQRI No.146916 Reply
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So far this summer I've harvested chives, thyme, rosemary, morning glory, oregano, basil, mint, parsley, tomatoes, peas, lettuce and nasturtiums out of my garden as far as edible stuff outside the cannabis family goes. Its kind of a tight space so I don't get to grow everything I want to. I don't have any pictures of it and its dark out right now, so heres this humorously shaped parsnip instead.
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Bug infestation

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 14:45:19 EST ZAEcB3GV No.146918
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So recently i discovered a batch of white coloured eggs under one of the leafes(outdoor grow). I wasn't sure what made them,i hoped for ladybugs so i waited until they grew big "enough". However after looking at pictures it seems to be stink bugs instead or anything else that's not ladybugs. Big giveaway was the colour of the eggs. Both were present on the plants before hence why i waited.
Plants are about to finish flowering so this is possibly the worst time for them to appear.
Anyone can identify what are they exactly?
What to do to get rid of them without using pesticide?
Graham Pullydock - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 15:11:24 EST Bl3MiAG2 No.146919 Reply
They're called Flea Beatles. I had them earlier in my season due to underwatering my plant. They typically seem to like it when your soil is nice and dry.
Personally hosed my plant down with water and manually removed as many as I could. Kept it up for about a week along with regular watering and they soon fucked off.

San Pedro Seedlings

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- Thu, 15 Aug 2019 06:09:03 EST 4EIqGuEa No.146889
File: 1565863743358.jpg -(87379B / 85.33KB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. San Pedro Seedlings
I got some San Pedro seedlings I germinated onto some paper towels. I got lazy and the roots into grown into the paper. I'm going to transplant them into some soil soon. Do I yank them off the paper and risk damaging the roots or do I bury the paper alongside the roots?

Nute deficiency? Which?

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 14:37:56 EST aL2Gfuly No.146905
File: 1566412676698.jpg -(376209B / 367.39KB, 1808x1268) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Nute deficiency? Which?
Which do you think this is? Calcium or manganese deficiency or some third mystery option? Been running 1:2 micro:bloom with ph pretty stable at around 5.7-6.1 so I don't know what gives, unless I should've reupped nutes and flushed reservoir more often..

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?

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William Barringbick - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 13:50:38 EST 53z0U7qr No.146877 Reply
Could be bad genetics, you can't really expect much from free seeds.
DANKBUD - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 21:05:20 EST Hxcn1Iuv No.146895 Reply
looks like sativa land race genetics, the three bladed fan leaves give it away, or that the environment changed, aka there was a bunch of tall grass shading it its whole like so it started flowering but then reverted to veg when that grass or what ever was removed... that or like i said its sativa land race, possible autoflowering... ive seen that before more than once, but like i said, from changes in light patterns or genetics, most likely light, but possible landrace genetics (normally poop but great for making strains)
Barnaby Worthingwell - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 07:51:50 EST rR3ru14r No.146897 Reply
Looks like à datura stamonium has attached itself to your local or regional power lines.

What could be going on?

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- Wed, 26 Jun 2019 06:31:51 EST sqV4JPU7 No.146769
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Hi first time grower.

I've had this autoflower for some time now and I've noticed these spots apearing on the leaves.
Does anybody have a clue to as to what's going wrong?
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Caroline Shakestock - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 11:24:33 EST WmMVwVjQ No.146802 Reply
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>>regular soil

can you be a bit more specific?


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- Fri, 16 Aug 2019 20:17:58 EST 325vQV9j No.146890
File: 1566001078645.jpg -(3973816B / 3.79MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Male?
Cant tell homies.
Charles Brusslehood - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 03:23:31 EST sDYSBE1+ No.146891 Reply
Looks like it. RIP.

Genetically engineered meat plant?

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 03:11:29 EST JG95SXtE No.146878
File: 1565680289849.jpg -(84220B / 82.25KB, 680x664) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Genetically engineered meat plant?
Like coral but edible?
Caroline Wecklenone - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 16:03:58 EST fH74TB7C No.146880 Reply
coral isnt a plant
Eliza Femmlelock - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 19:47:15 EST 8NnaVizo No.146881 Reply
To be clear we're probably gonna go for bio-reactors first.
Vats of microbes are way more energy efficient in mass production than a plant can ever be.

But I'll bet such a thing that OP suggests will eventually happen, but I think it will be more of a novelty thing.
There might also be things like trees that carry car tires instead of apples.

Just because we can.

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