Hello back again and this time I want to talk about cloning. A lot of people seem to have trouble starting clones or keeping them alive while they build up their root infrastructure. So I thought I would take the time to share a really easy and great way to clone. Most people buy cubes and and domes and heating mats hoping their clones will not only root but survive. When I made clones what I would do is make a small cut in the flesh of the plant where you intend to cut for your clone. Just slice
GoogleGenie's Recirculating Deep Water Culture System
My setup is currently using 2 buckets, however this system could easily accommodate 4 buckets. You are only limited by space and the size of your return pump.For a 2 bucket system you'll need the following:
3 x 20L Buckets (I highly recommend the PlantIt DWC Buckets)
5 x 19mm Barbed Elbow
Hello and welcome to my very first blog entry. For a long time I wasnt sure what to post here or what I wanted this to be about. I wasnt really sure how people would view this or find it if they could like it or give me reps through here if they chose to do so. I came to the conclusion that likes and reps are nice and all but I dont need to be validated that way. The only validation I need is from myself mainly and the fact that perhaps I can teach you things you didnt know or things you may be
Originally Posted by Insanerooster
Ok so i am now in week 13 from seed in ground And about 3 weeks into flowering....
I am now only feeding with Organic as I was stressed out that flushing was gunna be a problem since this lady is in the ground and there is no way to flush a whole flower bed, then after speaking to some members i found out that when you use only organic the flush is not such a big deal so for the past week i have been giving only Niltosol ( Nitrosol Organic Plant Food and Fertiliser - Nitrosol Natural Organic Plant Food
THC has a boiling point of 200°C (392°F). However before the THC boils, other parts of the oil evaporate and boil.
Here are some important temperatures: At 21°C (70°F) the most volatile terpenoids start to evaporate, lending a pungent odor to the air.
At 31°C (87°F) the less volatile terpenoids start to evaporate, lending the air even more pungent odors.
At 39°C (102°F ) virtually all of the terpenoids undergo evaporation fairly rapidly.
Originally Posted by spencermethen
Hello again! last night I began low stress training on my plants so I wanted to update everyone on how they have adapted to this. This morning I have already noticed more growth on the stems and all of them have started some pre mature flowering. They are reaching for the light and growing awesome. I also made my own 1 gallon tea bubbler for my earth juice nutrients which will be shown further down, I plant on letting it bubble for 36-48 hours so I will be able to
Updated Yesterday at 08:16 PM by Happy Kitty
Well it seems I have a blog and didn't even know it. I guess this jumps me into the 20th century finally. Well, what would anyone want to hear over here? Any ideas? Pics, stories, amusing anecdotes?
Lets see how this whole blog thing works together
Upcanning of larger plants:
Vertically score the roots, dust all roots with ROOTS!, place some in the bottom of the hole, gently position rootball and soak the medium with Transplant Water.
Water All seeds, all newly transplanted clones and newly tranplanted vegging plants with Transplant Water. Recipe for Transplant Water
1 oz of Transplant per 1 gallon water. Use in the following manner:
1. Seeds and freshly potted cuttings/clones: water
Amendment: this product is mixed into the bale of Promix, watered, and allowed to "cook" in a barrel for a minimum of 30 days in order to get the soil ready for planting. Please note that the most recent version of amendment has the old "conditioner" added to it already!
Re-Charge: This product is similar to Amendment, but has a few additions and ommisions. It is designed to be top dressed during the 3rd week of the bloom cycle. Outdoors,
New Instructions: March 2014 The Kit:
The End User will need the following:
3.8 cu ft bale of ProMix HP myco, or Sunshine #4 or Promix BX myco. Perlite can be added to the BX in order increase porosity for indoor growing.
20-40 pounds of organic worm castings that show an NPK of zero K. (1-1-0)
A proper growing environment, basic gardening skills, 7 gallon pots and a sprayer capable of putting out a fine spray. The Products: Drenches
Originally Posted by DankyDavid
I am now running a March Madness discount special.
20% off the IGRO-228LED & IGRO-342LED.(Promo only available while supplies last!)
Just contact me directly to obtain your one time use March Madness discount code.
Originally Posted by gardenfaerie
With regard to rainwater:
I am a huge fan of it. I have collection barrels at my downspouts. Of course it does wash off the dust and dirt from the roof, along with any loose asphalt prills which are on the shingles, but I still think rain water is unsurpassed with any tap or filtered water. My rain water registers at about 6.0, which is about right. The only time rain water absolutely needs to be processed through filtration is for potability. If you had a huge cistern and wanted
Originally Posted by bothteams
Autos I think are the perfect outdoor crop. I don't see why anyone would grow them indoors really The trick to getting them raged outdoors is a lot of sun and aggressive feeding with supercropping when they are really young- I mean as soon as you get the lateral growth going in a ball- it should be ready to super crop, you want to break all the branches at once. You can really only do this once though because they flower so quick. I noticed they can take a lot more abuse early on for some reason,
Originally Posted by Ozzzzie
I've been suffering from chronic depression and anxiety for many years, and it's a horrible combination to live with. The regular use of cannabis has had a very positive effect on my ability to operate normally. Unfortunately I live in an area that has yet to reform unrealistic marijuana laws, and have been discouraged enough to start looking for opportunities to move as soon as I am given the chance to relocate. Thank everybody for what you do!
i am a 44 year old male in Edmonton Alberta.
This is the new journal, pictures will be taken everyday, so after all I'll make a stop-motion from day by day.
Pot 2,7 Gal. Soil (coco, perlite, vermiculite and worm humus) Feed with Bat Guano (Indonesian) and Top Bud from day 21. ORGANICS
Cycle 20/4, outdoor/indoor.
After 6 days from sank the seed, finally it germinate.
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