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Pennywise

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Lord Jebus

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Gonna mix some 50/50 water and isopropyl alcohol.
 
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Lord Jebus

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I went with a 65/35% water to alcohol. Plants can take it. Gonna spray for the next couple days in flowering. Should be fine. Even though this is week 1. Hormones are still in flux.
 
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Lord Jebus

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For some bigger jars for ease of storage. After a weekend of trimming I still have enough in the bucket to at least fill the 3rd jar. The shwag jar has small buds and breakoffs to use in my buddies extract press. I'm getting 2 quarts per drawer of the drying rack so that's 14 quarts from 2 plants. I'll weigh it may be just for curiosity.
 

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Lord Jebus

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Seedlings transplanted and looking great. Flowering room looking great. Plants responding to the isopropyl spray very nicely. I will continue it for a couple more days in flowering without worrying about effecting flowers.
 

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Lord Jebus

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So got 4.5 oz off the first plant. Second plant got chopped into the bucket this evening. I'll start trimming her end of the week. Here's a couple of good bud shots.

Got a quart sealer full of larf and breakoffs and high grade trim. Pressing into extract on Wednesday.
 

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Lord Jebus

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It's very narcotic. Half of a small doob and the wife and i passed out by 9 the other night. Slept all night. Super happy.
 
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Day 10 of flower
 

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Lord Jebus

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It looks as I've won the mite battle in the flower room. Removed one plant. Veg tent I removed a couple clones and the SLH mom and sprayed them all with this. Once a week. Also I found a panther in my garden. He loves it in here. Just chills.
 

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Lord Jebus

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He is like my old Maine coon was. Won't eat or damage plants. Just likes the environment. His name is Jake Puralta
 
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Lord Jebus

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So here's the culled veg and flower areas. Didn't have to kill off the whole crop for mites so happy about that.
 

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Lord Jebus

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Took some flowering clones this morning. My first experiment into supercroping. And the little late flowering clone is still alive. Still hoping to save this pheno.
 

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