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  1. Fun In The Sun 2016 - Tiger - Ape - Pitbull - Gorilla & More - Run Wild

    Quote Originally Posted by UltraDan View Post
    It looks Potassium deficient to me.

    How much P and K did you add in bottled form? I would think it would take a lot of bottle nutes to stop a deficiency in an outdoor plant of this size.




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  2. Stage Hits The Brix! - COB LEDs & More

    Quote Originally Posted by Graytail View Post
    I'll go out on a limb and recommend a Transplant/Tea drench, too.

    I always go with Transplant in the early drenches to give the roots all the help I can, before feeding the foliage. Once they're bigger and hooked up with the soil, GE will turbocharge growth and the roots will be able to keep up. Look for the vibrant pale green in the new growth, then go with GE.

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  3. The Perpetual Healing Garden - SweetSue's Joyful Return

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryBird View Post
    I have found this recipie for mites, aphids. thrips and other little buggers that might spoil the fun :

    ‘Muerte Caliente’
    2-3 Garlic Cloves
    6 large or 12 Small Hot Chili Peppers (or 1-2 Tbs hot chili powder)
    1 Tbs Vegetable Oil
    1 Tsp Natural Liquid Detergent or Soap
    4 cups Water

    Ingredients in the blender.
    Strain the mixture through a cloth
    dilute 1:1 with water
    Store in spray bottle in fridge for 6 moths,,,
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  4. Shiggityflip's Rosin Press Basics

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiggityFlip View Post
    Hey all, I have been wanting to put up a rosin tech thread. About six months ago Pakalolohawaii posted a rosin tech thread that blew my mind.

    http://www.420magazine.com/forums/ha...ght=rosin+tech

    So the generalized idea of Rosin Tech is this.
    1. Cut a 3' x 6" piece of parchment paper.(not wax paper!)
    2. Take a bud and flatten it as much as possible between the folded sheet of parchment paper.
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  5. ShiggityFlip Starts The Hunger Games - Huckleberry Kush - Agent Orange & Mad Hatt

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiggityFlip View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by flowerfarmer View Post
    Your thread and this update are a great source for me as I am growing regular seeds waiting for preflowers so I can transplant and flower them.
    NICE WORK!
    This one's for you flowerfarmer, here is a collection of male preflowers. The things to look for are:
    1. lack of pistils
    2. round or spade shape
    3. crab claw look
    4. vertical lines
    5. stalks underneath flowers
    6. light colored tips (female preflowers are usually dark tipped or same color
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  6. The Perpetual Healing Garden - SweetSue's Joyful Return

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Krip View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    Would I be well-advised to cook that peat moss for future use? It's inert, so I can't see how that could be a problem. Hmmm...... Al Jarreau Love Songs at 3:30 in the morning. That's a new one girl. Nice lyrics.

    Sorry, got distracted.

    Edit: The Queen.....
    It probably couldn't hurt, especially if you're fairly certain that's where they came from. I think most important would be to isolate any of the infected plants, to be sure it doesn't spread.
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  7. The Perpetual Healing Garden - SweetSue's Joyful Return

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Krip View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    Would I be well-advised to cook that peat moss for future use? It's inert, so I can't see how that could be a problem. Hmmm...... Al Jarreau Love Songs at 3:30 in the morning. That's a new one girl. Nice lyrics.

    Sorry, got distracted.

    Edit: The Queen.....
    It probably couldn't hurt, especially if you're fairly certain that's where they came from. I think most important would be to isolate any of the infected plants, to be sure it doesn't
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  8. How To CCO

    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    Let's do a step-by-step. I'm assuming you're going to decarb first.

    1. Break up the dry plant material (loose, not powdery) and spread it on a baking sheet. Heat at 120 degrees C for 1 hour.

    2. Place the plant material, the ethanol, and your jars into the freezer for 24 hours. The more jars you have available to strain into, the faster you can move the process because the wash will drain faster through multiple filters on many jars than it will with lots of material
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  9. Male female ratios and how to increase females

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiggityFlip View Post
    Supposedly the type of light and consistency at 3-4 weeks is most important for determining sex. Other factors too like moisture and NPK are supposed to be important. I would keep them in blue light until 1.5 months which is about when they show sex preflowers.
    "Feminised Cannabis Seeds"
    Courtesy of Dutch Passion
    In November 1998 we introduced our "Female Cannabis Seed". We did this after our own experiments showed that from female cannabis seed, we acquired
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  10. DankestBuds Aurora Indica Grown In Soil

    Quote Originally Posted by DankestBuds42 View Post
    Hey everyone. Finally time to document my first grow!

    So currently I am running four plants: Two Feminized Aurora Indica's, one Kish of God, and one Mystery Strain. The Kish of God is bagseed, while the other three are from Nirvana. The Aurora Indica's are obviously heavy Indica while the Kish of God is looking slightly more lanky and sativa like. Still too soon to tell with the Mystery strain.

    All of my plants are in the vegetative stage. Ezra is 24 days old, Athena
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  11. Heirloom's How to make Colloidal Silver

    Quote Originally Posted by Heirloom View Post
    Feral-
    No need to spend money on a generator kit. All they are selling is hype.

    1 small aquarium air pump
    1 Short length of air tube
    2 Jumper wires, alligator clip style
    1 9v battery 'harness' connector
    1 9v battery
    2 99.99% silver wires - Most expensive part, but it will make a lot of CS
    1 glass jar, like a small jelly jar
    A bit of scrap cardboard, thick like a box. Enough to cover the jar twice
    A bit of plastic wrap,
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  12. Making your own Lactobacillus Serum #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Emilya View Post
    Today it is day 6 since putting the bacteria in the milk. I have not seen much change over the last 3 days or so, there is just about the same amount of yellow liquid as there was then. I think at this temperature and these conditions, this process was done in 3 days.



    One change I will make next time is to use less of everything. The liquid produced from 1 quart of whole milk would have been
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  13. Making your own Lactobacillus Serum #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Emilya View Post
    I missed a step in my pictures, but I think I can describe it to you.

    I took the middle layer in the mason jar using a meat injector syringe and added it 1:10 to a gallon of whole milk from the grocery store. I then poured out about a quarter of the gallon to account for any expansion, and I set it in my garage.

    Twelve hours later after both of us worked hard to track down a foul odor, we realized that this milk needed to go all the way outside. It had developed very
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  14. Making your own Lactobacillus Serum

    Quote Originally Posted by Emilya View Post
    The deeper I get into my studies of organic gardening, the more I find that we can do in our home gardens to greatly enhance our end results. Many of us know about compost teas, and have developed recipes for seedlings and clones, vegging plants, flowering plants and late flowering plants. We have learned to culture and grow the microorganisms that are beneficial to our plants, and we have learned to use AACT (actively aerated compost teas) to get the most water soluble nutrients as we can from
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  15. Emmie's homemade bug repellent #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Emilya View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Emilya View Post
    Tonight we are going to start making an effective bug repellent from the kitchen. I have problems with tomato worms here in the midwest, and usually fight them with a bit of Neem oil spray. This year, I am going even more natural with a fermented extract of garlic and cayenne pepper, mixed with a fermented extract of ginger. This combination should not only repel the evil green worms, but it will also be a good antibiotic/preventative medicine, and the sulphur in the garlic will be a good fungicide.
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