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  1. R

    Yield and harvesting help needed!

    Hello I have 7 autoflowers growing right now and have harvested and smoked 1 plant so far! My first plant that I harvested was afghan mass and it yielded 19.8 grams. I was pretty dissapointed with this yield (I know I'm still learning so the yield was to be expected) but this is the main reason...
  2. GENOTYPE, ENVIRONMENT, PHENOTYPE

    GENOTYPE, ENVIRONMENT, PHENOTYPE

    Let’s examine a cannabis related example to get a better idea. You purchase seeds from a reputable breeder and intend to grow a purple strain. Instead of growing all plants in your indoor grow tent, you’ll decide on moving half of your plants outdoors.
  3. jimbobdaz

    Show us your sacred space!

    There are a lot of different growing techniques/styles but also the grow space... i am interested in seeing how everyone designs/copes with the space they have. Fire away... size doesn`t matter :popcorn: So here is mine ;)
  4. Zafu

    Outdoor - Flowering Time - Environment, Landrace Based Or Combo

    Did some research and can't figure this one out. If we plant a seed from a part of the world that requires say, 14 weeks of flowering, but in our part of the world normal cycle for weather change allows, say, 10-12 weeks, will the lady adapt? Seems to me that while genetics are primary...
  5. MickFoster

    Bud Humidity

    I have been growing for years and I have what might be a dumb question, but I don't know the answer. If buds were hung to dry in an environment that had a constant humidity reading of 65%, could the buds get drier than the 65%?
  6. A

    Help

    These three plants are the same age (37 days old), grown up in the same environment. What can be reason of slow growth? :(
  7. LEDRF

    How to get high yields - Environment importance

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPod_aMYJnI
  8. ZenWarrior

    Growth Stages & Environment Cheat Sheet (image)

    Germination Stage Stage Activity & Duration: Germination marks the beginning of your plant's life cycle. The duration of this stage varies by strain, however most strains require approximately 3 — 8 days to complete germination. There are three key components to this stage: moisture, warmth...
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