Leave these fields empty (spam trap):
You can leave this blank to post anonymously, or you can create a Tripcode by using the format Name#Password
[i]Italic Text[/i]
[b]Bold Text[/b]
[spoiler]Spoiler Text[/spoiler]
>Highlight/Quote Text
[pre]Preformatted & Monospace Text[/pre]
[super]Superset Text[/super]
[sub]Subset Text[/sub]
1. Numbered lists become ordered lists
* Bulleted lists become unordered lists



View Thread Reply
- Mon, 16 Dec 2019 18:11:16 EST KJLiOpMJ No.147096
File: 1576537876769.jpg -(15480B / 15.12KB, 400x400) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Moonijuana
has there ever been an experiment where somebody has grown a cannabis plant from seed to adult to flowering through at least one cycle in microgravity or space?

What kind of strain would we need to develop moonweed? like, I think the siberian strain would be good intuitively but we also have to consider radiation. However, also consider that the moon's equator gets two weeks daylight on and off. We could do constant harvest around the equator of the moon, build the factory remotely, and drop the weed to the Earth in unmanned gliders we fashion from a solar lens and the silicate on the surface.
2 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Fanny Cadgecocke - Mon, 16 Dec 2019 19:49:54 EST efK8xsEQ No.147100 Reply
There is actually a surprising number of plant growth experiments documented on the ISS. I don't want to sift through them, but you could try and see if a similar kind of plant has been grown in space and also learn about what physiological effects microgravity has had.

I am mostly concerned about earth, so that's as dep as I am personally willing to go on the subject.
David Geggleville - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 22:15:42 EST Sq+sGMtx No.147107 Reply

Check out the volksgarden.

I think weed just doenst care about gravity,
Cyril Pondlespear - Mon, 23 Dec 2019 07:22:21 EST Sq+sGMtx No.147112 Reply
1577103741916.jpg -(93002B / 90.82KB, 448x336) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.

If you train them a lot you will see they have apical dominance and that different parts of the plant will all grow depending on what is most elevated. Auxin apparently is a growth inhibitor produced in the crown primarily, it tends to work it's way down with gravity so if you just tie the top upside down for a bit you get massive side stem growth without stress.

In zero G you would probably get a plant like the ones in that Volksgarden thing, since in both cases you would not have auxin accumulating anywhere in particular, it would probably just stay near the crown or distribute itself evenly. Either way I would try topping a plant young if I was growing like that to see if it had a positive effect, I really wonder if taking the crown helps as that is supposed to be the main source of auxin in the plant and it is a growth inhibitor hormone, not a grow signal growth hormone.

Auxin also causes calyx formation from what I have read, so you might not be able to clone successfully in zero G.

Seedling Grow Rate in Solo Cup

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 18 Dec 2019 12:52:15 EST yrdpTo33 No.147101
File: 1576691535519.jpg -(563748B / 550.54KB, 1600x1600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Seedling Grow Rate in Solo Cup
How long will it take for seedlings to be ready to transplant from solo cup soil to the next pot size? I don't want them to become rootbound but don't want to transplant too early (is this a valid concern?)

I hear that once the leaves extend to the edge of the cup I should transplant, is this accurate?

They're autos and I'm feeding them 24 hrs of light a day.
Cyril Pondlespear - Mon, 23 Dec 2019 05:29:48 EST Sq+sGMtx No.147111 Reply

I start them in the final pot now. Transplanting stunts autos, with photo plants it's OK because you can veg until they are whatever size you want, but autos I notice a BIG difference between transplanting and not, even really early.

I use a peat pellet and a clear plastic dixie cup turned upside down over it right where I want the plant to begin with.

Also, from a professional botanist at a commercial grower in Canada told me you get a slightly bigger yield from doing 20/4 with slightly superior quality. You also save money and extend the life of your bulbs depending on what type, I believe older MH and HPS lights do better if they are shut off and allowed to cool down periodically.

Bright green color on new leaves

View Thread Reply
- Thu, 12 Dec 2019 17:15:40 EST Eap+EPn0 No.147089
File: 1576188940372.jpg -(5706987B / 5.44MB, 4160x3120) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Bright green color on new leaves
I sprinkled 1tbsp and a half of Epsom salts in the base of the plant yesterday, it rained hard last night so I moved the plant indoors and woke up and it had these color on new leaves... What happened? Too much water from the rain? Or too much Epsom salts? Any ideas?
7 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
David Geggleville - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 22:19:47 EST Sq+sGMtx No.147108 Reply

I spent all day rinsing salt buildup out of my dutch buckets two days ago.

You can't let your ppm or electrical conductivity go to high, weed drinks through osmosis, if the water is too salty then it can't get into the plant, and if it does it causes vascular damage that doesn't really heal. Your leaves are going to claw up and stay that way if you don't flush the fuck out of that plant.
Sidney Semmerridge - Mon, 23 Dec 2019 05:20:39 EST DrHeMKyn No.147110 Reply

mmmhmmm clawed leaves are bad, they are like zombie leaves that aren't dead but don't do anything for the plant. They sometimes look OK because they are super green from lots of nitrogen being locked in by salt damage, but they feel leathery instead of soft like healthy leaves and they are curled down into a claw shape.

What little weed you get from a salt damaged plant is fluffy wiffle ball stuff that always tastes bad because it is impossible to flush properly because salt got carried into the leaves and crystalized inside the veins and so the veins are all blocked up and theres a bunch of shit all through the plant that it couldn't get rid of even though you just poured RO filtered water on it and nothing else for 2 weeks.

Kickass Marijuana Plants

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 23 Oct 2019 16:11:40 EST hDNM5hJd No.147013
File: 1571861500899.jpg -(2125064B / 2.03MB, 2576x1932) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Kickass Marijuana Plants
You h*ccers said I was growing my plants wrong, that chink LED's would never work in place of meta meme halide and sodium shitbulbs. Well who grows bushes of legendary quality Thai Sticks sativa weed that makes more than $2,000 worth of dank flowers each harvest and growing? Me, that's who.
4 posts and 2 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Reuben Drinningdirk - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 10:55:28 EST uBZZXCrM No.147090 Reply
1576252528464.jpg -(89229B / 87.14KB, 960x920) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
Isabella Borrybanks - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 13:09:41 EST Ke/DxOxa No.147092 Reply
Your tree would be bigger if you grew it properly. Your operation is cruel. Shut down that death camp you call a grow op and go to botany school ffs.nb

I have the tiniest thing going right now.

View Thread Reply
- Sun, 08 Dec 2019 01:31:53 EST x8Slyug/ No.147074
File: 1575786713812.gif -(72658B / 70.96KB, 275x141) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I have the tiniest thing going right now.
I was out of weed a few weeks ago and my girlfriend ended up getting a gram from a friend of hers. I found 3 seeds in the breakdown process and decided to try and germinate them. One of the 3 ended up germinating and since then it has been transferred into a small jar by the kitchen sink window.

I plan to take the shoot into the forest once it reaches a level that can withstand the elements, but I have no clue what that would be. I've done this a few times as a kid and the plant always gets to where it is now, which is the 2 curved leaves and the 2 spiky ones, but never survives once it's been replanted outside.

For a zone 7 area, what's the best time to plant some loud? I know that right now is the worst time because of winter and frost, but I'll treat it as grow training if nothing else.

Any tips for a complete noob to transfer an indoor plant to the harsh wilderness??
Betsy Dossleteck - Wed, 11 Dec 2019 12:29:29 EST efK8xsEQ No.147083 Reply

Post a picture of the jar preferably with a ruler or penny for reference.
Betsy Dossleteck - Wed, 11 Dec 2019 13:34:19 EST efK8xsEQ No.147084 Reply

Asking for pics because they will help me advise when to step up your seedling into a bigger pot. What did you put in the jar?

I am rooting for your seedling. We won't know the sex until it flowers, but if you got a hermaphrodite (which is rare but your dealer might have a stable cultivar or something) then it may grow buds.

I am worried about the winter. 4 months is a long time to keep a plant in the house, especiallyif you don't have any grow lights...

Oh shit I forgot! Your plant needs drainage, otherwise the water will fill all the air pockets in your jar of soil and then your seedling will asphyxiate and die.


View Thread Reply
- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 22:07:10 EST 6qrIQ6Mb No.147069
File: 1575688030312.jpg -(3524949B / 3.36MB, 3024x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Hermie?
I can't get a good shot.
Are these seed bulbs?
I've plucked a few and opened them and it looks like a tiny tiny seed wanted to form.
5 posts and 5 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Frederick Dummlepare - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 22:17:08 EST 8NnaVizo No.147081 Reply
Seems fine, no hermie, leave it.

Fem Seeds can lead to plants that have marginal hermaphroditism because that's how they are produced in the first place. But not to the extent of where that's an issue.
Also stray pollen are everywhere, even indoors.

If you want completely seed free weed you can select your plants non-feminzed seeds, and take clones. But you'd also need a air inlet filter for your indoor setup to keep stray pollen out.

Achuma Montrose

View Thread Reply
- Sun, 10 Nov 2019 01:48:22 EST YU2Ofu8b No.147041
File: 1573368502007.jpg -(31218B / 30.49KB, 195x400) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Achuma Montrose
Just bought a couple bridgesii Montrose bulbs off eBay as I've always had deep respect for achuma despite zero botany experience. I bought some starter pots and some cactus soil. What else would I need to not kill these beautiful little cacti?
2 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Fucking Bellerlane - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 05:21:56 EST Pt/x/55i No.147052 Reply
My brother has a lot of success with those food spikes in his plants. Would that be good for a cactus or no?

Also, how do I make my cacti grow and get mescaliny

Also a member of the native American church now. Anyone know where I can buy peyote?
Angus Crizzledock - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 22:56:32 EST VfYoMKO1 No.147073 Reply
They grow incredible slow and the trips are super dark possibly because of MAOI. It made me scared in a way I haven't been before.
Wesley Popperlerk - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 01:33:47 EST x8Slyug/ No.147075 Reply
MAOI doesn't make something dark as much as it makes it last longer. Things tend to become darker the more you dwell on them, however, so I can see how it could do both.

Just about to hit 3 weeks into flower

View Thread Reply
- Thu, 21 Nov 2019 14:59:22 EST 4GtOKcmD No.147053
File: 1574366362877.jpg -(3044355B / 2.90MB, 3752x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Just about to hit 3 weeks into flower
Thanks for the help everyone. This is my PieFace OG clone, stands at about 5feet tall. The picture is at about 2 weeks flowering. Right now I'm going into 3 and not much has changed. What can I add to it to give me more buds? I currently use DrEarth Flower Girl Bud and Bloom Booster.
3 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Homegrownmids - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 09:52:15 EST mdl4V/Mh No.147066 Reply
Was hoping it wouldn't be light, it's been rainy all week.
Yeah I do that all the time, better terps
I bought some new nutrients to add to it, yield up and better bloom are the names.

Thanks everyone!!! Ill post some pics today
Homegrownmids - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 12:25:31 EST dWWBeI8B No.147068 Reply
I think my shit is rootbound, any tips on how to fix that or help the plants yield increase?

Home Harvest

View Thread Reply
- Sun, 18 Aug 2019 13:02:46 EST I66xQ/i1 No.146898
File: 1566147766814.jpg -(5902911B / 5.63MB, 3024x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Home Harvest
Hey guys, earlier in the year you all helped me with a Wedding Cake Clone. A caterpillar got to it but I managed to jar 50+ grams. Thank you all.

I currently have 2 plants from seed. They are being attacked heavily by mites. Everyday I take a few down and then I run through the branches and nug sites for webs.
They are currently in week2 week3 of flower. Is there anything I can spray while also using lady bugs?
18 posts and 2 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Cedric Muggledetch - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 12:16:25 EST dCnFh0KT No.147035 Reply
1572974185548.jpg -(1518015B / 1.45MB, 2144x3808) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.

Thanks, that plant got hit hard so I trashed it.....
This one just started to flower do I've been spraying the fukk out of it to prevent anything from happening.
Pie Face OG, it's all on my new IG Page, HomeGrownMids I TRIED posting alot but I haven't had the time.
Thanks everyone.
Ernest Hiblingspear - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 05:33:45 EST yxGwzRIQ No.147062 Reply
Plants release Volatile Organic Compounds (which are like plant screams) when they are stressed. This unfortunately attracts pests. You need to alleviate the stress and get rid of the existing pests that are opportunistic feeders.

Use host plants like Melons, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Eggplant, and Beans that are loaded with systemic insecticide to bate and kill the spider mites. Damage them a bit to make them scream and attract the pests. Keep the plants out of the hot afternoon sun.

If you can isolate each plant inside of a bag or giant cone, that would be ideal. I know this is also crazy, but belief affects them. Keep a statue there to guard, like one of those monks. Spray it with insecticide. I know you will laugh and green text me, but I don't care. Good luck!
Homegrownmids - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 11:36:42 EST mdl4V/Mh No.147067 Reply
>>147062 hey bro thanks
I tripped out my homies plant didn't have any bugs on it even though it was in the middle of a bunch of veggies like tomatoes and shit.

Home Harvest

View Thread Reply
- Tue, 12 Nov 2019 12:18:44 EST 7SV/8U9v No.147043
File: 1573579124913.jpg -(4473259B / 4.27MB, 3752x5376) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Home Harvest
So I transplanted my flowering clone into a 10gal pot. As I was taking her out of the old pot, I took out and inch of soil from the top and found what looked like grubs or maggots. All white. I panicked and just took out a few inches of soil until I didn't see any more bugs, then I threw her in the 10gal with this new soil. I was using Recipe 420 at first.
What can I use against these critters?
2 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Homegrownmids - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 16:09:18 EST I9YtwKPu No.147047 Reply
I did a bit more research and found that mixing 3:10 hydrogen (peroxide:water) works as a pesticide in the soil.
Has anyone tried this?
Nigel Bullernidge - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 17:11:51 EST WYIOFa8K No.147048 Reply
I know that a lot of buggers don't like citrus and mint family oils so maybe spritz a bit of either maybe both around the base of the plant/soil/pot. You could probably sprinkle some mint leaves around the soil too. This is just information I've heard from growers though so you may want to research it yourself.
User is currently banned from all boards
Ernest Hiblingspear - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 05:53:10 EST yxGwzRIQ No.147065 Reply
Use soilless media and fertilizers like fish emulsion if you want to keep it organic. Although if you do this, it will smell, and you will likely have problems trying to figure out the amount you need and gnats.

Therefore, stick to the proper ratio of nutrients to soil, this varies per the genetics of the plant. Using granular fertilizers and soil less media are good deterrents. You can also use a compost tea to water the plant.

As for the existing creatures. Use diatomaceous earth to give them death by 1000 cuts!

Really retarded shiitake growing question

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 18 Sep 2019 02:22:03 EST 3hf9lbnP No.146963
File: 1568787723216.jpg -(255163B / 249.18KB, 800x470) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Really retarded shiitake growing question
Sorry for the dumb question but if I cut/twist and pick the mushrooms off will the log remain inoculated with spores? I'm growing shiitake and I don't know how many plug spawns I should get.
Cornelius Fezzlefoot - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 13:24:56 EST WYIOFa8K No.146966 Reply
Yeah, it should. That's how commercial white mushroom growers do it, and they get multiple flushes. Also when I grew cubes I picked them off at the base with my hands and got a couple flushes. Not to mention removing the carpophore doesn't remove the mycelium so you should be good. Just keep your terrarium misted and vent it around three times a day or so.
User is currently banned from all boards
John Nagglebanks - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 06:59:08 EST 6/Uy6hnq No.147002 Reply
the organism does not need spores to maintain a colony
Ernest Hiblingspear - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 05:39:02 EST yxGwzRIQ No.147063 Reply
Inoculation is conducted by spores or through plugs that are inoculated with mycelium. If you pick the mushroom off the log, then you are literally chopping the dick off the log. The dick is the mushroom. The mushroom is like a dick because it is full of spores and spores are like sperm. Inside of the log grows the mycelium. It spreads through the core of the log and produces fruiting bodies which you term as "mushrooms".

So to answer your question, yes, it will remain inoculated. The number of plugs that you need depends on the size of the log and the type of wood. If you learn to make your own plugs, then you can put as many in the log as you want. You ought to research more. Not only will you have more fun, but you will be more successful. A win/win approach.

Need help identifying

View Thread Reply
- Fri, 18 Oct 2019 02:58:56 EST 5bV4m/Pj No.147003
File: 1571381936905.jpg -(726994B / 709.96KB, 2560x1440) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Need help identifying
Can someone tell me what these black spots are?
6 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Shitting Bardham - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 04:23:04 EST 8NnaVizo No.147031 Reply
It's just grains of dirt or dust.

Balaeric bonanza 2019

View Thread Reply
- Fri, 31 May 2019 13:30:03 EST y4uLGUP1 No.146690
File: 1559323803667.jpg -(3889997B / 3.71MB, 3888x2592) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Balaeric bonanza 2019
Well hello there friends. Its me again and i'm back with another rooftop growout.
This years players are:

Ripper seeds: Old School, Zombie Kush and Black Mountain
Dinafem: Blue Cheese
Cinderalla 99 from a breeder who's name I can't remember. But apparently the same one as my grow from 2017 - Hyped for these the most, to say the least.
Sunset Sherbert S1 from phenofinders.
I was given to these from a grower freind of mine after trying some of theirs I had to give them a grow.
Bradley Danks - Tester seeds: Dosi-Snitzel fem, Jager Punch fem and Strawberry Snitzel fem - All are tester seeds from a new breeder based in oregon. Exited for these also.

Started germ for them all back at the end of March, as the weather was on the turn for the good.
Had a few troubles since then, mostly due to my dogs being really into chomping down on them hard core and then vomiting it all back up again.
This happened around three times, a few plants being killed and some going beyond the point of saving.
Eventually sorted my life out, got some protective mesh to deter my dogs and the girls have been on the mend.

I took cuttings from all of the ripper seeds, the blue widow, Sunset sherbert and the BDanks jagerpunch. Some for friends and the rest for my mountain grow i'm also doing.

All have been doing really well after the dog munching had stopped and were doing well before, also. The C99 was showing some signs of neut def and was yellowing but now seems to be returning back to a darker shade of green. I think the multiple dog chomps she recieved also didn't help much, but she is now on the up and up.
70 posts and 42 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.
Ian Bardwell - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 01:30:51 EST B0kZyQRI No.147040 Reply
1573194651761.jpg -(702388B / 685.93KB, 1488x1488) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
yeah its just for me, i've been growing all sorts of small plants that yield not that much in term of weight, but pretty good in terms of variety. if i wanted to make money selling something i'd sell seeds. you can ship them a lot easier and the price per gram you get on seeds is astounding.
heres an updated picture of the one in >>146999
not all too much growth for 3 weeks because its been kinda cold, but i've got no reason to be in a rush, theres no late season molds or anything eating it yet
User is currently banned from all boards
Nigel Bullernidge - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 17:13:17 EST WYIOFa8K No.147049 Reply
That's cool dude, I'm pretty jelly of your diversity. Also they look really healthy so props.
User is currently banned from all boards
Martha Hobbermitch - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 01:14:57 EST B0kZyQRI No.147050 Reply
I did better on weight last year with fewer plants.
I saw someone doing grafting on another website makes me wonder if i could do fewer plants ands graft to get muh diversity without suffering the loss of weight.
I could fit maybe like 5-6 big plants like yours in the space I have, if they each had 10 grafts maybe i could get the best of both worlds.
User is currently banned from all boards

Report Post
Please be descriptive with report notes,
this helps staff resolve issues quicker.