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Maritimer

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:high-five: I’m glad I asked. Thanks for that.
This sounds really promising! I like the idea of hitting every trigger a seed needs to kick start.
I’m all eyes now ;) so I’ll be reading the pixels off the page when you update on that!
Cheers.
:yummy::cool:
At best my friend, just stabbing in the dark.
But trying & sharing whatever I observe.
The normal madness of this thread.
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020
My back is sore for good reason. A fair bit of work over last few days. :)
No one ever said growing pot was easy. :surf:
I have found that it makes the back feel much better just by looking over a great harvest like this, not to mention smoking some of it. Enjoy!
 

Maritimer

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No one ever said growing pot was easy. :surf:
I have found that it makes the back feel much better just by looking over a great harvest like this, not to mention smoking some of it. Enjoy!
Ya know what Em,
I am doing exactly as you said and my back don't hurt so bad after all. hehe
 

InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
My jars look similar to yours but I want to know where you buy your shoes! Excellent haul Maritimer. :thumb:
 

Maritimer

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My jars look similar to yours but I want to know where you buy your shoes! Excellent haul Maritimer. :thumb:
Thanks Shed,
Was just sampling some of the goods when it occurred to me, Thank you Santa Claus.

Remember back before Christmas when I said a 420 Santa Claus had gifted me some seed stock while I was financially strapped? Barney's Farm Triple Cheese, Seedman Cheese, Seedman Alaskan Purple. All the medicine in them jars and the shoe box came from the same awesome 420 Santa.

A future Member of the year we says!
Stone :love:
Thank You bro
 
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Maritimer

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Classic Seed Study Update,
The AS extract began to discolor indicating a catalyst may be brewing. We decided to pull the seeds and begin waterboarding immediately. We must always try to be conservative in our expectations. Failure happens far more often than modern botanical breakthroughs. LOL





:51: :hookah::)
Two on Left look best
 
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Maritimer

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Bed Time Photography/Flower Pornography
Drought went 9 days
There is a Green bud under the trichomes LOL

note; taken @ milky vs. amber intentionally.
Drought sometimes enhances "couch lock" too much.
This was perfect timing for a drought ed bud to have been harvested. This is because the THC and CBD are not the only cannabinoids that are enhanced, and we think this all plays into how the high feels. Drought ed weed is best for making night time medicine and occasional day time pleasure followed by a nap.
 
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Maritimer

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Had to laugh, we just mentioned our old friend Professor Pete. He is retired now, but his influence continues to help us greatly through the research society he helped build and graciously admitted my guest research membership. It is 12.30 at night and I just got this abstract delivered to my e-mail.

Abstract
Peach (Prunus persica cv. Dajiubao) was chosen as a model to clarify the roles of IAA and ABA during the fruit ripening process. Seventy days after flowering (DAF), the fruits were treated with IAA and ABA (0.1 mmol·L−1 and 1 mmol·L−1, respectively) and with the IAA transporter inhibitor (NPA) and the ABA biosynthesis inhibitor (NDGA). IAA decreased the fruit ABA concentration, and increased ethylene concentration, leading to fruit (70 DAF) softening and coloration. NPA had the opposite effect. ABA decreased IAA and ethylene concentrations, leading to fruit hardness and lack of color. NDGA had similar effects as with IAA application. A qPCR analysis indicated that in immature fruits, the expression levels of ethylene biosynthesis and signaling genes (PpACS, PpACO, PpETR, PpERF2), anthocyanin biosynthesis genes (PpCHS, PpDFR, PpF3H, PpUFGT), cell wall softening genes (PpEXP1, PpEXP2, PpPG2, PpPME), and auxin biosynthesis genes (PpPIN, PpTIR1) were upregulated by IAA application but were inhibited by NPA. In contrast, these ripening-related genes were downregulated by ABA application, but upregulated by NDGA. Generally, the immature fruit ripening process requires a high IAA concentration to generate a large amount of ethylene. ABA appeared to modulate ripening through interference not only with ethylene and cell wall related genes but also with auxin-related genes.


Professor, I am eternally grateful.
These tips point us on cool journeys.
 
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InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018

Maritimer

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From above abstract;
"ABA appeared to modulate ripening through interference not only with ethylene and cell wall related genes but also with auxin-related genes".
This evidence is further tying cannabis ABA into the conveyed Green Plant Lineage (GPL) complicating efforts to understand why the plant only recently (relative to evolutionary time frames) arrived on earth. Interestingly, the plant came to our planet about the same time we humans started showing up. How does cannabis sativa have such ancient genetics yet is a young plant?

I think I know the answer.
It was put here because our grower knew we needed it. :love:
 

stoneotter

Plant of the Month: April 2020 - Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
Bed Time Photography/Flower Pornography
Drought went 9 days
There is a Green bud under the trichomes LOL

note; taken @ milky vs. amber intentionally.
Drought sometimes enhances "couch lock" too much.
This was perfect timing for a drought ed bud to have been harvested. This is because the THC and CBD are not the only cannabinoids that are enhanced, and we think this all plays into how the high feels. Drought ed weed is best for making night time medicine and occasional day time pleasure followed by a nap.
Interesting. I found the recent harvest having only little amber when I applied drought. In 7 days there was amber galore, not enough leaf stem deflection and a buildup of trichs. We have to watch them closely when we dry them out on the last days vs the stated week in original notes I think.
 

Maritimer

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Ahoy 420,
I have a young Chem Dawg putting an ass whouping on me. This plant has exploded from the time it hit the waterboard. Really scared about super cropping because the branchial growth is thick,fat and woody. I will grab pics in a minute. How do you bend over or even top when the stem is so thick? Today is only veg day #20 and I am thinking of moving her to a bloom room. Running 600 watt HID within a 7 foot vertical space don't leave room for taller plants. Im gonna go pluck some leaves and grab some pics.
 

InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
In 7 days there was amber galore
Wasn't that the plant getting ripe in a week?
How do you bend over or even top when the stem is so thick?
Slowly, over time! Also, roll your finger under the stem where you want it to bend before you do it, and just bend a little every day.
 

Maritimer

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InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
I'm not sure I understand the question. It looks fine to me. Just let it grow up!
 

Maritimer

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I'm not sure I understand the question. It looks fine to me. Just let it grow up!
Thanks Shed,
I will take that advice to the bank. I going to leave her in veg and dream about the watermelon sized buds these branches are gonna be able to support. Freaky strain Chem Dawg?
 

InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
Never grown it, but those stems look like they can handle some weight! Just keep track of your headroom is my only suggestion.:)
 
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