Just for kicks this is the majority of the collection my wife and I have acquired as of 09/16/2011
Can you find them all? how many do you count?
anyone who answers correctly will get a... like!
I am considering the removable bowl pieces and down stem
Originally Posted by Ricorico
Originally Posted by jaga
I think it will it was the one thing putting me off germinating any
I like the odds of being able to check before the grow
Me too. I'll bump it here, because it's 2 pages back now
I was wonder is it okay if when i put the germinated seeds in my medium is it okay if i put it in and not cover it with soil becuase i have put it in but i havent covered the seed with soil as you can see the seed outside
4 days ago i have germinated 1 nevellis haze seed and it has germinated and i have put it in the medium as soon as i seen the taproot, now it has just seemed to pop out of the soil and i can see a bit of the seed i have reburried it a little and when i did i seen the root. It has definitly grown its taproot in the past couple of days but i see that the root is at the very bottom is white and the other half going up to the seed is a light limy green and inside the seed from
Here is a basic Troubleshooter that covers almost everything any (novice to intermediate) grower with little or no experience, might find helpful!
Plant Problem-Solver, simply start at #1 below. When you think you’ve found the problem, read the Nutrients section to learn more about it. Diagnose carefully before making major changes
1) If the problem affects only the bottom or middle of the plant go to #2. b) If it affects only the top of the plant or the growing tips,
Originally Posted by Hiker
First off, I did not come up with the idea of washing buds as part of harvest. I'm not sure where the idea originated, but I learned of it via Curso and DocBud.
I've read with interest as several members have tried this technique. The idea already appealed to me on a logical level, but it was the endorsements of other members that really sold me. Granted, my sample size is only ~6 growers, but the responses I've read have been pretty unanimous. Every comment I've read has
Originally Posted by KingJohnC
Vegetative Day 18
The taller plants were watered with a nutrient solution consisting of 5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Gro, 5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Micro, 5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Bloom and 5 millilitres per gallon of calcium and magnesium. The shorter plants were watered with a nutrient solution consisting of 2.5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Gro, 2.5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Micro, 2.5 millilitres per gallon of Flora Bloom and 5 millilitres per gallon
Originally Posted by BigIrishDoode
Originally Posted by jaamzhow
I would greatly appreciate if you could explain why her prior 'glr' experience would effect the flowering schedule? Don't chuckle if this is something obvious and i'm the only one who doesn't get it. Thanks.
well jam when a plant has been on glr for those uninformed its the gas lantern routine /superior lighting formula 12 hours light 5.5 dark 1 hour light 5.5 hours dark start over
12/5.5/1/5.5 it creates a build up of floral hormone so when a mature plant gets put into flower by easily
Hey everyone, I'm a first time grower and am open to all feedback and tips to help out!
3/30/2014 - I ordered 5 Short Rider feminized autoflower and 5 White Widow Feminized seeds and received them in less than a week.
4/9/2014 - started my germination process using the paper towel method, had 100% germ rate 10/10!!
4/11/2014 - planted the germinated seeds in clear plastic cups.
Under spiral cfl bulbs 24/7 lighting.
4/12/14 - first
This is my first try at growing hydroponically. I did make quite a big investment in all the kit that I bought, it still isn't the best, but I'll upgrade as I (hopefully) start to see some good results.
I'll give a relevant description of the setup I'm using and I'd like anyone who feels like they could contribute with information to feel free and give me their take on what they think I should do differently.
As the days go by, I'm starting to
Originally Posted by Grayhawk
Well started my second set of first time growing. Yep a new person. Anyway i have 3 seeds left of Bubblelicious strain from nirvana shop. First set grew tall and into flowering stage and from great help here and a lot of questions what, how, when, i come to realize just let them grow and crop next set to be bushy instead of growing tall.
I put few misc. seeds in same batch so i can experiment on supper cropping. Better i do that than mess up 80.00 pack seeds after shipping.
Originally Posted by trichomes
This is something I wish i knew years ago.. Light Addict explains this technique, in his guides. The practice will keep your nodes, much closer together, when vegging. Simply & GENTLY, bend new growth leaves, down & away, from the tiny new sprout, away from their, normal, straight up position. It is explained/shown by the pic below. Do this several times a day!.
I definately, have seen this works very noticeably well! IMO, nothing worse than a leggy, plant, with nodes,
OK I have Bubblelious plant as in picture shown.
5 Ft tall and 28 days into flowering. in 2 gallon pot.
I have a question. Should I replant it in larger pot or bend top over using pinch and bend. to let lower half of the plant to grow larger buds. as the tops are 1/2 long now. and lower half is maybe half that. or just let it grow in pot it is. Basically leave it alone and when I do next batch super crop it.
only thing I have done is top it once. feed and water.
This is a MUST read...
Originally Posted by gardenfaerie
Organic nutrients are not readily available and require soil organisms to symbiotically contribute to the uptake of root hairs. But this is not fully accurate, either. I say this because, if you buy "certified organic" fertilizer, you can be guaranteed what is in that bag and the elements are measured accurately. However, say a cert org fert says 8-2-4. That means the amount of nitrogen immediately available is 8%. That doesn't mean the bag wont contain
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