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CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
They look lovely CA,
your like a worried mom:) Your never gonna be mite free outside, kill em once every two weeks, just to limit the damage. Bitta soap in a foliar spray works well I find, but don't go overboard or youll burn em. try the mix on a small area of one plant and wait 24 hrs to see results before going mad with the foliar spray, if the mix is bad you then don't risk all your ladies. Your gonna have more weed than you know what to do with when its ready:) Take it easy CA, don't worry too much it'll all be fine.
Regards
Dutch

I do feel like I go overboard sometimes :19: i love my babies, hah! :)
Will do some test sprays on my ugliest girl of the bunch, thanks for stopping in dutch!
hope all is well and green, respect :peace: CA
 

Spimp

Nug of the Month: August 2013, June 2014 - Member of the Month: Oct 2013
I do feel like I go overboard sometimes :19: i love my babies, hah! :)
Will do some test sprays on my ugliest girl of the bunch, thanks for stopping in dutch!
hope all is well and green, respect :peace: CA

One of the things Ive noticed since I started growing is if you see a lovely non MJ plant while in your everyday activities, notice all the jacked up parts of it. I guess we as growers always want every centimeter of our girls to be perfect, but Ive seen beautiful plants that have awesome blooms and underneath, they may be a trainwreck :19:
 

CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
we as growers always want every centimeter of our girls to be perfect:
I try to shoot for everything to be looking good, I would really like to figure what the hell is wrong with my plants but with so many different anomalies I are starting to stray from the real problem, unless you figure it out of course! I picked up some goodies today oh man, if you have an OSH near by go there now! They are closing down all their stores and everything was on sale, 10-30% off, so, i had to :laugh:
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Bunch of sea bird guano and bat guano, dr earth stuff, some moneterey fish n shit :laugh:, some pvc and what not.
 

Lester Freeman

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Looks like a quick stop by OSH, I have a few of those same products! The teradactyl (bat) guano is some bomb diggity for flowering, I also have the heavy nitrogen Dr.Earth bat guano, I use it for everything, and it even helped my lettuce get nice and green :)
Dr.Earth has some great products :high-five:
 

CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
Looks like a quick stop by OSH, I have a few of those same products! The teradactyl (bat) guano is some bomb diggity for flowering, I also have the heavy nitrogen Dr.Earth bat guano, I use it for everything, and it even helped my lettuce get nice and green :)
Dr.Earth has some great products :high-five:

They both felt like a great powdery consistency, an although I have not made a single tea yet, the super fine granular stuff seems awesome for my tea. I am going to head back by OSH today, see if I can pick up a nice heavy duty air pump, couple air stone, and some hose. Figuring I need to start getting a tea recipe going as I have my coco on its way! :MoreNutes:

For a mix I think I will use what I see everyone else using, my plan so far for a veg mix would be; Azomite, the nitrogen Dr Earth bat guano, some of the sea bird guano, some organic dr earth soil, maybe some humic acid, & a small amount of blackstrap? I've heard people saying if there is too much blackstrap in your mix you are going to get mad bubbleage, and all the molasses actually feeds the bacteria too much sugars? Correct me if i'm wrong peeps :Namaste:

Will update later when I get back home, Might head to the bay area and pick up a couple kens gdp cuts!

Good day :Namaste:

:peace: CA215
 

Spimp

Nug of the Month: August 2013, June 2014 - Member of the Month: Oct 2013
GDP= :yummy:

Ive never heard the too much molasses theory. But I havnt read too too muc on it.Ive been following some threads where they are brainstorming out a super soil but Subcool's name keeps coming up. Apparently he is the man for super soils. I just saw a link to a great molasses tea schedule but I cant fnd it now. Ill keep checking for it and post it here if I find it. It was 2tbs/ gallon of tea I believe. Let me see if I can find it... :nomo:

BTW good weed sir. :)
 

OG1969

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I try to shoot for everything to be looking good, I would really like to figure what the hell is wrong with my plants but with so many different anomalies I are starting to stray from the real problem, unless you figure it out of course! I picked up some goodies today oh man, if you have an OSH near by go there now! They are closing down all their stores and everything was on sale, 10-30% off, so, i had to :laugh:
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Bunch of sea bird guano and bat guano, dr earth stuff, some moneterey fish n shit :laugh:, some pvc and what not.

HEY CA, it will all work out , sometimes under doing is better than over doing. I have been working on a soil mix have a tomato and a zucchini plant in it right now they seem to love it just water nothing else. Hope you get your girls dialed in will update my journal when I figure out why my internet isn't working, peace OG.
 

Lester Freeman

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I've heard it is possible to have too much bacteria working on the roots, as well as molasses isn't completely necessary.

With all that stuff added, that would be some kind of super-tea. Either way interested to see how it works for ya :)

:peace2:
 

CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
GDP= :yummy:

Ive never heard the too much molasses theory. But I havnt read too too muc on it.Ive been following some threads where they are brainstorming out a super soil but Subcool's name keeps coming up. Apparently he is the man for super soils. I just saw a link to a great molasses tea schedule but I cant fnd it now. Ill keep checking for it and post it here if I find it. It was 2tbs/ gallon of tea I believe. Let me see if I can find it... :nomo:

BTW good weed sir. :)

I think I will add a little bit in for good measure, thinking about adding a small dash of great white.. I've looked up subcools recipe and it doesn't look to hard to replicate, probably would be something to look into for next outdoor seasons grow, i'll definitely get a head start on getting that soil cooking! Good weed to you Spimp, keep em green sir :) :Namaste:

HEY CA, it will all work out , sometimes under doing is better than over doing. I have been working on a soil mix have a tomato and a zucchini plant in it right now they seem to love it just water nothing else. Hope you get your girls dialed in will update my journal when I figure out why my internet isn't working, peace OG.

I will take that and keep everything on the low dose side OG thanks for stoppin in, good to hear you got some 'test dummy' so to say veggies testing their roots! I will have to start getting some notes jotted down for next seasons outdoor grow for sure.. would be awesome to water from the hose and see your girls turn into some truly organic tasty buds! Sad to say I have never knowingly smoked true organic buds, I bet it is so much more full flavored! Good luck with the internet OG :48:

I've heard it is possible to have too much bacteria working on the roots, as well as molasses isn't completely necessary.

With all that stuff added, that would be some kind of super-tea. Either way interested to see how it works for ya :)

:peace2:

Noted :nomo: Will keep that in mind, I am going to start out with small, 2.5mL mollasses doses and see how that works, everything will get knocked down.. I figure even if it is a weak mix of bacteria and microbes, atleast it is something for them to work with, and hopefully it is for the better :laugh: We will see here soon Lester, thanks for stopping by! :58:

Fish and poop lol that is too funny! :19:

Fish and Poop! Right? Used something very similar, smelling, last years outdoor grow with hose water and produced some fine herb, with the exception of some caterpillar poop and mites... :laugh:

Picked up a couple 5 gal buckets with tops today, wasn't able to make it by osh to pick up the air pump & hoses, hit the dispenary and picked up a couple eights, blue dream, northern lights (BOMBDIGGITY!), and some sour diesel platinum something or other, and some atf wax. Got back to see the girls didn't like a skipped watering this morning, thought they might have enough moisture to chill throughout the day but they got a little dry, not too bad. Gave them some 6.5ph water and a couple minutes later they were all perked up. Girls are going to get a neem oil spray tonight, 6.5ph water at 5-6am when I wake up, followed by some bpn tomorrow with a tbsp added N bat guano later that night before sun down.

Hope everyone has a great Monday, keep it righteous :peace: CA215
 

Sinsemillas

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You know how to listen to your girls. Thats the main thing! :ganjamon:
 

CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
Alright here is an update for 7/10, currently smoking a bowl of some cindy99 x kush, MAN OH MAN. Hoping these BOG sweet cindys are some close smoke, stuff is ridiculously tasty and a greatgreat high. Still seeing some yellowing but it's seeming to slow down quite abit, awesome. I've been watering twice with 6.5 water then a nute feeding, usually the recommended 10ml/gal bpm mic,flo,gro. yesterday I skipped a watering due to not being around, so i went straight for a bpn 10ml dose this morning, all the leafs lying around were from picking picking this morning. Sour Boggle is looking bad as all the other plants down low. I started topping the one unbent WW due to it being seen from the street, I stuck the cuttling off in a little springpot I had sitting out,3 days later now she stil stands, wonder if it can root without rooting hormone? Will be really cool to see it survive, plus, I didnt trim any leafs, and the soil is always moist, I think it might just be in a "stuck" state but having water it looks to be alive when it really isnt. I've been giving it plain 6.5 before nute mixing :thumb: I have also mixed up some coco coir in a 5 gal bucket and after rinsing the medium out about 4 times I re applied a gallon of water un ph'd and was sitting out for over 24 hours to decholinate, 3 tbsp azomite, 2 tbsp dr earth bat guano, scoop of great white, 7.5mL liquid kelp. Planing on getting a big bag of worm castings & hopefully dolomite lime, I cannnnnot find any around the area and am about to say screw it, CAN I SKIP DOLOMITE LIME AND KEEP UP A STEADY APPLICATION OF CALMAG IF ISSUES ARISE? Other than that.. you can see I got almost everything veggy wise caged up and off the ground, was making for a total haven for mites and other bugs I don't want around. Everything will get a nice spraying tonight for bugs. Also one picture between the two tomato plants is a weird ass spider i've never seen before, tan/white/black sequence looks like it has metal layers to his build, crazy stuff. He goes into a ball when you blow on him and doesn't move what so ever haha. I think the cindy joint I had this morning gave it to him cause when I went out a few minutes ago he had caught a fly and was munching down :19: Just got back from taking a couple tests for college, now I can add all these pictures in, enjoy :Namaste: CA215

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Veggy and morning glory intermission
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This is the topped piece of plant that has been strong and "living" for 3 days now, cool shiz
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and back to the intermission :laugh:
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My seedlings and berry kush clone, slow growing for all of them, idk if they are liking being outside, they would really enjoy a nice cfl..
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And some walk arounds
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Crazy ass spider!
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Here is my mix, sitting for a day now, Should I be leaving about a gallon of water in it to "cook"? or remove the water and let the coco chillax?
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And these, my oh my, TRULY ORGANIC GROWN HYBRID TOMATOS! Holy hell you guys, organic is some raw shit! Totally for the time and effort. I now have a hook up to the organic industry around here, If I really REALLY want to go down that path to learn all my organic needs for cultivation, I have an old timer more than willing to share his 50+ years of knowledge with me, would be such a freakin' honor!! Im getting goosebumps!! :circle-of-love:

Love&respect all, One love :joint:

:peace: CA215
 

Spimp

Nug of the Month: August 2013, June 2014 - Member of the Month: Oct 2013
:bravo:
Looking great sir. Besides a very few leaves, it looks like you got one hell o a grow working sir!! I envy you outside guys. Ahhh, to live outside the chains of urban-ville... :):)
 

Sinsemillas

New Member
This guy knows quite a lot of good organic stuffs. For you in America, this might be good!! Maybe try it with ganja as well? lol, Plants are looking amazing bro, big dinosaurs!

 

OG1969

Well-Known Member
Love the plants CA, all is coming around , kinda trial and error , using different grow bags and media can test a grower. me I have been trying to come up with my own super soil and the veggies are loving it water and go that is what I am looking for. My outside girls were put out early April as clones and in a very light mix of roots organic soil and native soil, did not have the tiller at the time or the area would have gotten tilled with what I now have the tomato and the zucchini in, nothing super special but it is working. Keep at the bog seeds I think they are gonna be some good ones the top of my sour boggle is almost as big as my pinky finger and showing pre-flowers . I really have tried to keep this outdoor grow simple and just water, a little feed inbetween but mainly just water, finally ran a hose so I did not have to lug the massive gallons of water 3/4 of a football field to the plants and they are great. A shot of the Blueberry #3 , Peace OG.

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CA215

Plant of the Month: Feb 2014
I didnt add in the pictures of dem organic matos :blunt:
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There they are anyways, so delicious :)

Spimp - Still trying to figure out this yellowing, to the point where I feel I am burying the problem and getting further from it, :(

Sinse - That actually had some good info that can be transplanted to growing some ganj, thank you much sir :thumb:

OG - Man what a killer BB she looks like her arms are wide open waiting for a dam hug!! :laugh: Since talking with ya I have since cut down my nute feedings and it seems to be doing some justice to the girls, ( I think they would like a fat flushing ) they love their 6.5 plain water, currently on a regimin of every morning after my coffee, t minues, 5 minutes. And a follow up watering tonight IF we get over 100 and they dry out, damned smart pots!

BD seems to be yellowing more every morning
WW un bent is looking great with these tan burned leafs, weird stuff.
WW exp is looking OK, has a mix ef up between the tan burns and yellowing.. Hmm,
Boggle, yelllowage from bottom up as others.
Big Betsy is still kicking it! She has mad tops and looks to be about to break and fall over she is getting so big,
will take some snaps of here soon and post :peace: hope everyone is doing great, keep your heads high and let the day fly, -CA
 
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