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SPARECHANGE

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Hi Baron. I'm not sure we should use cedar. Some barks are on the do not use list. These you see here are probable oak and maple. I broke some firewood bark off. I'm hearing some clean pine bark mulch is very good for many reasons including bug prevention. I go with watching for wilt to see when they want water.
i saw a guy on YouTube- there IS a product for em, now. i can't for the life of me, remember what it's called, but it looked like a layer of hydroton, on the soil, to me. prolly wasn't- but looked like.
 

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
i hate that your knowledge is being "spent" on autos... but am watching with hope and anticipation, nevertheless!
I actually think an extensive knowledge of growing cannabis is a requirement to grow legit autos. They can be quite productive under the right person's care.

I never expect much from them, but they fill voids in my room (regardless of light cycle) to keep things perpetual.

It's a balancing act to keep things going "non-stop". I like to use every tool available to me to accomplish that.
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SPARECHANGE

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I actually think an extensive knowledge of growing cannabis is a requirement to grow legit autos. They can be quite productive under the right person's care.

I never expect much from them, but they fill voids in my room (regardless of light cycle) to keep things perpetual.

It's a balancing act to keep things going "non-stop". I like to use every tool available to me to accomplish that.
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amen to that! probably the most frustrating part. i had raise the chicks so it's not a day i can skip. the clone machine is constantly humming- at least that's set n forget-able. and i have to play musical netpots, to keep seedlings from starving in a flushing tank, a couple days. high wire act! and then, there's "THE COUNT". sigh. i don't need another project, to own a strain (splicin mothers: no thanks). but it takes the mind off the pain.
 

SPARECHANGE

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got new bporn from the seedlings, though?
 

SPARECHANGE

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o god! duty calls. it's a flush day. I'm not getting out of bed. f that!
 

SPARECHANGE

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if u guys make oil- seek out a buchner funnel. cut ur filtration time, by a quarter...
 

stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
I actually think an extensive knowledge of growing cannabis is a requirement to grow legit autos. They can be quite productive under the right person's care.

I never expect much from them, but they fill voids in my room (regardless of light cycle) to keep things perpetual.

It's a balancing act to keep things going "non-stop". I like to use every tool available to me to accomplish that.
:thumb:
Absolutely! I don't have any special auto power however I do enjoy growing them at times. Some of them grow great! I can't wait to get to the green crack auto next.
 

SPARECHANGE

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I'd b interested in (I'm sure someone has a journal) seeing a banner 3 (?) response to auto.
 

SPARECHANGE

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or if godfather kept its #s up, as an auto...
 

SPARECHANGE

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phantom og was a very resistant, no b.s. auto that i regret not keeping the gens for. at the time, i was flush n so psyched the dispensary finally get their hands on some flawlessly finished THE WHITE- ran n got a z of it and then... the phantom og was the strongest thing in the house, 3 weeks prior to snip. i hope u enjoy this strain, as much. I'd plug the breeder, but I'd rather b nutted, first.
 

SPARECHANGE

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wow. didn't take me long.
 

SPARECHANGE

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lemme wipe off the screen, first. sticky icky, on my end, too (holy krap!). how many watts he burn?
 

SPARECHANGE

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stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019

carcass

Member of the Month: Aug 2019
Never grew a plant not topped before.
Plants are looking very good,stone!
Are you going to top any of the 4?
For like a comparison grow -topped in flower,vs. not topped?
 

stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
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