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Emmie's Vegan Fertilizer, Pineapple Chunk 2020 Celebration: Experimental Soil Grow

Schnookie

Well-Known Member
That is a good question. Forgive my answer, for today I am feeling a little hurt seeing the anti-Emilya stuff continuing, and I am going to vent a little. :(
Strain wise, I do want to try MC on a long running sativa so I can try to replicate some of the problems others have had running these special plants on MC and use my experience to solve that mystery. I plan on using Durban Poison for that test.
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FWIW, I have Golden Tiger in my current grow running on MC, @Vulx, and will be experimenting with the other GLN nutrients...Not sure how much of a "long running sativa" that will be, but I'm gonna find out! Great job here...and great job at being you, @Emilya - F the haters...they aren't aren't worth the effort....;);):green_heart:
 

shottafire

Member of the Month: Sept 2013 - Nug of the Month: July 2014
Emilya hope your weekend was a good one. Sorry to hear the certain someone’s got to you. But just so you know you are an asset to the community and your help far outweighs the pedi stuff people say. We don’t all have to agree but at least there should be a certain level of respect and never talk bad about someone. Now I could see if you were giving totally bad info but from what I have seen you have done nothing but help the newcomers and seasoned growers alike. Sending you my warmest regards.
shotta:green_heart:
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
Happy President's Day to the USA. Thank you again everyone... I am feeling much better this morning and feeling very well loved. This weekend, trying to make me feel better, Ms. J. checked out the number of followers that I have on this board compared to any of these keyboard bullies, and she reported back to me with a very pleasant surprise... it turns out that according to those numbers, and numbers don't lie, I am the popular kid by a very large margin!
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A great big thank you to the 400 or so of you out there who follow me and my work on this forum!... that number means more to me than any monthly popularity contest ever could!
 

ChefDGreen

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2020
Have a great Presidents’ Day!

That picture’s almost a week ago, I’m due for an update today.

you know I’ve been thinking about the experiment I’m planning. Do you think there are any potential risks? I’m not sure what bad things could even happen. Intersex traits are usually expressed by interrupted night periods. Do you think longer day periods could stress them to that point?
 

Zooie

Well-Known Member
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@Emilya you have helped me get to this point in my grow. By having read your threads from watering to your experiments with the plant we all have come to love, shows me what not to do. :) I still have a long way to go, but now at least I feel I have a chance at pulling this grow off without being a big failure. I don't have the years of experience that most have on here to fall back on as for what works and does not work. Your work has helped me get this.
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Reading, listening and learning everyday.....love this site and you @Emilya and the rest of the great people here.
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
Have a great Presidents’ Day!

That picture’s almost a week ago, I’m due for an update today.

you know I’ve been thinking about the experiment I’m planning. Do you think there are any potential risks? I’m not sure what bad things could even happen. Intersex traits are usually expressed by interrupted night periods. Do you think longer day periods could stress them to that point?
yes and yes. Although I would like to see this done, I would not risk doing it during an ongoing grow, where the plants have been trained to lighting as it is on planet Earth, because a profound change like this would have to stress them in some way, and maybe it would freak them out to the point of hermaphroditic behavior. No, to do this right, you have to transport them to that other planet from start to finish, and then we could get a better idea of what a longer day could do all through the cycle, and since they grew up with this weird planetary alignment and adapted to it from the beginning, there would be no added stress... as far as they knew their odd situation would be normal. Its a shame you don't know anyone that has a couple thousand seeds laying around where a few might be accidentally swept into care package... but then again it would be interesting to compare two clones, one grown that way and its twin down here on Earth. You do have me intrigued.
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
:green_heart:
@Emilya you have helped me get to this point in my grow. By having read your threads from watering to your experiments with the plant we all have come to love, shows me what not to do. :) I still have a long way to go, but now at least I feel I have a chance at pulling this grow off without being a big failure. I don't have the years of experience that most have on here to fall back on as for what works and does not work. Your work has helped me get this.
20200214_081854.jpg


Reading, listening and learning everyday.....love this site and you @Emilya and the rest of the great people here.
Thank you Zooie, that right there is why I do this. It is so lovely seeing your amazing garden and knowing that I was even in a small way a part of it. You have quickly become one of my favorites on here... thank you for being you! Keep doing what you are doing Sister! You are doin it well! :love:
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
I am in agreement, Katie White... they can call me whatever they like... I remain as beautiful as ever.
That's Not My Name
Four letter word just to get me along
It's a difficulty and I'm biting on my tongue
And I I keep stalling, keeping me together
People around gotta find something to say now
Holding back, everyday the same
Don't wanna be a loner
Listen to me, oh no I never say anything at all
But with nothing to consider they forget my name (ame, ame, ame)
They call me "Hell"
They call me "Stacey"
They call me "her"
They call me "Jane"
That's not my name
That's not my name
That's not my name
That's not my name
They call me "quiet girl"
But I'm a riot Mary, Jo, Lisa
Always the same
That's not my name
That's not my name
That's not my name
That's not my name
 
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Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
End of Bloom, Day 48, Predicted 7 Days Until Harvest
Everything remains beautiful in the tent, no problems to report at all. The buds are coming along quite nicely, but still the amber eludes us.
Today, some closeups, digitally mastered. Some of the lighting was off a bit as I played with my camera, but I did manage to get a few good shots. I am over the moon with excitement over the quality of this grow!
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Zooie

Well-Known Member
Oh they really do... I want to crawl in there with them, but this tent is too small. I used to sit in my 4x4 all the time with the plants... I miss that.
That sounds great, I just setup a new 4X4 tent to veg in. I cant wait for them to get bigger so I can do just that....lol :) The plants in my other grow are getting so big, trying to stick it out till the end of the month to put them in flower......;)
 

ChefDGreen

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2020
yes and yes. Although I would like to see this done, I would not risk doing it during an ongoing grow, where the plants have been trained to lighting as it is on planet Earth, because a profound change like this would have to stress them in some way, and maybe it would freak them out to the point of hermaphroditic behavior. No, to do this right, you have to transport them to that other planet from start to finish, and then we could get a better idea of what a longer day could do all through the cycle, and since they grew up with this weird planetary alignment and adapted to it from the beginning, there would be no added stress... as far as they knew their odd situation would be normal. Its a shame you don't know anyone that has a couple thousand seeds laying around where a few might be accidentally swept into care package... but then again it would be interesting to compare two clones, one grown that way and its twin down here on Earth. You do have me intrigued.
Okay so then what are we proposing here? A flower run where flower starts by dropping to 12/12, then add an hour of light back every week til I’m running 20/12, then continue that out til chop?

or maybe I could start flower like with 15/12? So that full 21/12 (as is recommended by the article) is achieved by week 6?
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
Okay so then what are we proposing here? A flower run where flower starts by dropping to 12/12, then add an hour of light back every week til I’m running 20/12, then continue that out til chop?

or maybe I could start flower like with 15/12? So that full 21/12 (as is recommended by the article) is achieved by week 6?
I saw a better write up of this once... let me ponder this a bit and get back to you. :hmmmm:
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
Okay so then what are we proposing here? A flower run where flower starts by dropping to 12/12, then add an hour of light back every week til I’m running 20/12, then continue that out til chop?

or maybe I could start flower like with 15/12? So that full 21/12 (as is recommended by the article) is achieved by week 6?
Alright, the first question I would like to ask the seeds or clones is that if presented with the situation that they now exist on planet Krypton, where the length of the day is 36 hours, how would they react to the normal day and night that is in the same proportion as ours? So lets figure out an equivalent to 18/6 for veg. 18/24=3/4... so 36x.75=27 , so our veg time would be 27/9. Then I would be very curious if the plant would respond by going into flower if we changed that lighting period to 18/18, to see if the plant would follow the response that we can predict on earth, to go into flower when the night exceeds 10 hours or so. It may be possible to shave night off some of this on Krypton, and actually flower with a 26/10 light period, or at least 24/12... it would be fascinating to see what happens.
 

ChefDGreen

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2020
Very interesting... alright, I think I’ve formulated a plan. Once I’ve cleared out a lot of the riff raff in the veg tent, I could set the light cycle in there to 27/9 with a clone of each girl I’m running now. See how they react then send them into 18/18.
 
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