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growing fuckups

- Fri, 06 Sep 2019 21:28:40 EST CjEjTaKF No.4927931
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Tell me about your worst growing mishap.
Caroline Povingwutch - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 19:58:01 EST 2QNdd8S/ No.4927959 Reply
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Being too poor to ever start growing in the first place
Emma Snoddale - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 00:55:55 EST jDnmDx2N No.4927969 Reply
>Trying to grow in an apartment right next to a whole fucking line of trees outside, resulting in constant invasions by insects
Location, location, location.
Edward Mannerston - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 17:01:14 EST AA/DySyX No.4928014 Reply
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got me som insects rn ;^)
Khan Spacerider - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 00:02:28 EST jDnmDx2N No.4928051 Reply
Yeah, until they stop being healthy plants because of the fucking pests. Jesus Christ, I bet you don't vaccinate.
Lilith Failburry - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 08:06:17 EST x1f8DraK No.4928165 Reply
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Yeah because plants never evolved to be around pests and god forbid 'a fucking line of trees'.

If there is a heavy infestation of aphids this means the plant is either waterstressed or has been overfed with nitrogen. This results in weaker cellwalls that are easily pierced by the aphid. A healthy soil and garden will also attract plenty of natural predators that will keep them in check.
Smokimus Maximus - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 11:11:19 EST dyTz4Ti9 No.4928171 Reply
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This isn't a plant just trying to live, this is a product crop, one that both has most likely been cultivated in non natural settings free of pests, and also a plant that is being grown to be harvested for the best possible yield. Most varieties of pot are grown for non survival factors, like thc content, overall weight, or another consumer aspect. Not just the opportunity to pass on it's genetics after surviving in the wild.

The plant most likely has been fertilized as well, with more nitrogen than it would receive in a general plot of soil. Sure some plants are bread to be 'hearty', but even a hearty plant fending off a scant few pests attacking it will be worse off than a plant with no pest damage at all. Also I highly doubt they have a healthy soil or garden at all if they're growing out of an apartment (balcony I'm assuming).

While yeah, natural predators can lend a hand, I don't think it's the solution the m8 would be needing.
Nicholas Gaggleway - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 12:03:46 EST jDnmDx2N No.4928173 Reply
>Also I highly doubt they have a healthy soil or garden at all
Hey now, I did my best to look up advice on that and pick proper! This place just has a row of trees growing right outside, ain't no one deciding to spray those old things for pests. I can't even grow normal plants or flowers on my windowsill, those little gnat fuckers will just force themselves through any tiny crack for a planty snack.
Sanford Black - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 16:37:46 EST lM4Pqjkf No.4928215 Reply
Last year had some budrot problems and had to toss out some nice looking nugs but still had a good amount of dank weed from those 14 footers. I swear throwing some decent clones in really good dirt outside makes some dank ass weed. Maybe cut off some leaves here and there.

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