Member of the Month: May 2020
I’m doing my damnedest to live and learn
I think I misjudged the timing of a drought stress (abiotic wotsit) I may have started it a week too early as some flowers failed to harden up as expected. (It was a scrappy reveg. Nicely potent on the finish though.)
I got lucky I guess, the time before.
Just going to start withholding dinners from a ripe kush this week.
Will keep an eye on trichome stalks, petiole angles, leaf wilt and odours while I’m getting a feel for this.
I must find out more about the meJa Rx at some point. Brain too full right now.
Remember that podcast link I pointed you to not so long back? Your man there reported conclusions of 20-30% increases in cannabinoids as routine.Ahoy GG,
I hope all is well. We haven't talked in a bit.
I cannot say much about what the darkness period does or does not do after a harvest. What I can say about darkness and cannabis may unravel some whom have not conducted due research on the subject. Examples sure to annoy a few would include that cannabis does not move too light, it moves away from shade and or darkness. Next would be circadian functions as the plant does not keep track of how old it is by the number of days passed, but rather how many periods of darkness. And of course the photoperiod when the plant turns from vegetative growth to reproductive demands. It is the change in uninterrupted darkness duration, not the length of the daylight that triggers the switch. Darkness is critical, so maybe...
Of drought I can speak more directly to the enhancement. It works.
When conducted properly you can expect around a 10% to 15% increase in rosin press comparisons, and almost 20% increase when producing FECO. Spreading this news is the point of this thread. Rezination baby
The differences I’m already finding just poking amateurishly at this are very motivating to say the least.
Hope everyone is well