SweetSue's Perpetual 2.0 - The Transition To Doc Bud's HBB Kit

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NaturalSpirit

Grow Journal of the Month: September 2018 - Grow Journal of the Year: 2018
It looks like christmas! What an amazing manual is that! Cant wait for the journal to start[emoji7] and I would be Up all night because i need to know the whole manual when i get stuff like that [emoji12]

Forgot to say that 5 years warranty Is alot!!!

Oh and I hope Its not kg you mean[emoji15] [emoji12]
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Forgot to say that 5 years warranty Is alot!!!

Oh and I hope Its not kg you mean[emoji15] [emoji12]

It's a four year warranty, and it weighs 1.68 Kg, or just under four pounds.
 

NaturalSpirit

Grow Journal of the Month: September 2018 - Grow Journal of the Year: 2018
It's a four year warranty, and it weighs 1.68 Kg, or just under four pounds.

Still... 4 years Is pretty decent out here. I think i smoked a little to much and i was Reading it wrong with the Kg.

Have you figured What strains you Will go for This first grow?
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
that network that specializes in Autoflowering plants

I know of that one. I do not visit (even as a ghost) websites that run a Cloudflare script on their visitors' computers - and certainly not one that has Cf as its ISP / server. The people behind that were real vocal about how much fun they had creating the ultimate Internet version of the "honeypot," and then expressed their wishes to go on to do even bigger and more despicable I mean... err, screw it, despicable things as part of their relationship with a certain unnamed "male sibling to one's parent" that we all know and distrust.

There is an "Atrain" registered here, but he/she hasn't accessed the forum since February of last year.

I can see the sparkle in his eyes. :laugh2:

<COUGH>Government meds<cOUGH>

So this is a better idea than you considered it.

In that case, it's a shame that I don't remember what that idea was.

Don't leave out a state-of-the-art processing room with a nice CO2 extraction unit. :3:

Naw, I like butane.

The only Co2 extraction I'd be interested in would be extracting it from the atmosphere. Screw global warming - bring on the ice age. Give me beautiful white Winters, a balmy 49 degree Summer afternoon, and the discovery of all those ancient coastal cities that are under as much as 425' of water.


I have transplanted autos and had no shock. In fact, I can't recall a single instance where I transplanted and the plant didn't do a little dance of joy to have more root space to play in.

I don't specifically recall such either (but I often wait until a plant is screaming for root space), but everyone talks about transplant shock so I threw that in.

Maybe I should send you some? :4:

What you should send is a truck and someone to pick through the detritus of my life to see if there's anything you can use, lol. And that's as close as I'm going to come to that discussion we have sometimes when I'm feeling unworthy ;).

But now isn't a good time, I'd end up trying to smoke them. After all, willpower is what you hope happens to the bulb when you flip on the light switch, right?

I'd thoroughly enjoy having you as a neighbor.

You just see the best side of me - and aint that a scary thought, lol?

Besides, that'd end up killing me the first really snowy day of Winter when I tried shoveling your sidewalk in hopes that you'd see me out there and bring me out a hot, steaming...

...bong.

All your little quirks are kind of endearing TS. If we were neighbors I'd have you on a regular regimen and keeping you supplied in smokable product so you could get a plant to harvest without dismembering it piece-by-piece.

What a lovely picture you paint. Okay, shoveling your sidewalk, mowing your grass, and painting your house. And that's my final offer (unless you want more?).


I named a cat "Fun" once when I was a little kid. Someone poisoned it (not sh!tting you).

I like your town too

I'd have liked it 100 years ago. Or even in between the two world wars of the modern era. Not that it doesn't have its moments even now - but the lady hath fallen.

but my goal is west.

I'd like to one day take an extended motorcycle tour through the lands that were once home to the Anasazi (I know, we're supposed to call them the Ancestral Puebloans now, because the other term is a derogative one to some, but old habits die hard.

Somewhere legal to grow. :green_heart:

In my... more optimistic moments, I feel that I've grown a bit since I met you, lol.

I briefly considered Uruguay. (Climate appears to be a little too warm and humid for me, and I don't think there are any mountains.) Checks a lot of the boxes - and even those boxes that I have no interest in whatsoever are probably of the sort that people would expect in an "enlightened country" (IdK whether or not it is one, though). If you think Florida weather is nice, it'd probably be comfortable. Your dollar might buy more there. Priorities seem to be different in terms of what one's taxes are spent on. I got the impression that they spend a fair amount (at least in terms of percentages) on education. They're part of the One Laptop per Child project, and in (IIRC) 2009 became the first country in the world to give one to every primary school student; this would seem to be even more significant, considering that almost 3/4 of them lived in households that didn't previously have computers. So... relatively big expense, right? But it turns out that the program is supposed to be less than 5% of the country's education budget. Probably be comparable (in terms of money spent) to our country giving every high school student a new car - and THAT turning out to be only a fraction of what we spend on educating our young.

Just rambling. I don't really care where I'm at as long as it isn't too hot. Enceladus, Europa or Titan would probably work as long as they sent regular supply rockets full of menthol tobacco and let me work in the habitat's hydroponics section :thumb: .

Attempting this withdrawal process with cannabis requires CCO. This is a job for the big guns. Marc is using an insane amount of oil to get through to freedom.

Hey, if it works for the application, I'd consider the amount required to be quite sane. But I get the point.

Hizzy did the same thing earlier this year. He's still working through it, although I'm certain he's all off the opioids now.

It can be a lifelong effort. And should be, I suppose, as part of an overall "life health strategy." What starts as the cure... transitions through "maintenance" - and then becomes preventative. IMHO.

It's not an easy thing at al

Ya THINK? I might not have a doctorate in er... being a doctor - but I've been in a few dark places. We all have our demons to fight, and as much as I b!tch and moan, I've been luckier than most. Friends and family... not so much, not always.

We have become a bandaid society. Why heal someone when you can slap a patch on them and push 'em out the door? <shakes head>

Never let an opiod cross your lips without the dose of full-plant THC.

I try to avoid them altogether these days. I've never used a needle - or a saddle, either. But I may have seen a horse or two in a past life. Just about every other... animal you could imagine, too. To be perfectly honest, I have NO explanation for why and how I... Something must have changed in the brain, I guess? And I don't mean organic or whatever they call TBI, because that didn't make any difference. Just... IDK. For all that I complain, I'm in a much better state/place/WTFever than I ought to be. Among other things, I'm still breathing. So I try not to be a hypocrite about things like this. I have learned that, for a great many people, failing to find the path has nothing to do with lack of intention, lack of effort, et cetera.

If someone has a sack full of cannabis and knows someone who... and there's even the slightest chance that cannabis MIGHT help, well, that's reason enough to just hand them the whole bag and say, "Good luck." IMHO.

Why are you planning 18/6?

~60 hours less electrical usage per month. If I have to start using an electric heater (flip a coin) that could drop even more. But I intend to try to keep things at 18/6.

Autos grow best under 20/4 lighting, start to finish. Again, that network of autoflowering cultivators have proven this one beyond dispute.

By growing enough seeds of the same auto-flowering strain at one time in two otherwise identical grows to discount any possible variation amongst the plants as potentially being a factor in skewing the results? And then repeating it to prove that their results are repeatable? And then (lol) doing it twice more, but this time (x2) adjusting the amount of light so that the plants in each grow receive the same DLI? IOW... well I can't think right now so I'll use 12/12 and 18/6 instead of 18/6 and 20/4, lol: Running a 600-watt HPS in the 12/12 grow and 400-watt HPS in the 18/6 so that the gross amounts of light each plant receives in a day works out to be the same? Err... No, DOGGONE IT, I know that a 600-watt HPS is significantly more efficient than a 400-watt one, so that'd skew the results in favor of the 12/12 grow. But... Head hurts. You'd want the DLI of each grow to be equal, which means more light in the shorter day hours side. If I'm even making any sense at all.

I'm not saying that you - and they - are wrong. I'm just wondering if they arrived at their results properly. Did they use proper scientifc method? If not, then the jury is still out (even if what they postulate is, in fact, true).

Those guys are talented beyond belief at getting maximum yields and potency from their autoflowerers. Have you ever wandered their digital streets?

A few times - when I was able to easily get to the public library and use someone else's computer / Internet access. I've got nothing against that forum's members (in general - IDK about specific individuals ;) ), or even its staff. From what I was able to determine, they have a decent attitude - like this forum and unlike so many others. But the forum's owner obviously places his/her users' security/privacy way down on his/her list of priorities. Not to be vulgar (but, hey, I'm ME), but: It is true that a whore really can have a heart of gold. And I've known several that did, lofl. But if their bodies are diseased... I'm not going to knock boots with them.

I love this forum. I like the attitude, the unreserved sharing of information, etc. And I also love the fact that the boss has moved it to a server that is NOT physically located in the US, and that he doesn't use Cloudflare. And, you know what? That decision almost certainly costs him more (and high-traffic websites aren't exactly cheap to run). This is his LIFE. I hope he manages to make a buck once in a while. Considering the huge service he provides, I hope he's not eating baloney, lol. But if he switched to Cf, I'd have to go dark permanently. <SHRUGS> It's just a personal choice thing.

I would be happy if more of that forum's members joined this one (I know there are some here already), and shared some of their knowledge. But just from hanging out here, I realize that one only has so many hours in the day - so I understand if they don't.

Maybe that forum's owner will change hosts (and host countries) one day. I hope so, and not just because it'd make it easier to harvest knowledge from their site via web-search. There's little enough privacy (etc.) online as it is - and judges are already basing decisions in this regard based on the fact that "one's actions show that they have no reasonable expectation of privacy." That's bad precedant IMHO, but it is what it is.

When my wife flashed her medical card, the specialist immediately went to "We don't have dosage guidelines, how about we start you at 1/2 our usual initial dose?" That worked for her.

That kind of attitude should be the NORM. And the doctor asked him "Why you not smoke cannabis?" (English was probably his fourth or fifth language.) Then later he was told that this would cause an immediate termination of the relationship. Which didn't really affect him, because the meds didn't help, even when he tried playing with the dosages (I hesitate to state "eating the pills like candy" :rolleyes3 ). But it did p!ss him off. He later stopped bothering to even go.


I made someone laugh! Today was a good day.

the way you emphasised shelf

I was serious, too. I kept three mothers - in cups - on top of my medicine cabinet, using only the regular bathroom light, for over a year. It really doesn't take much to keep mother plants. Not on a personal-use scale. If you're trying to supply half of NYC, of course, you don't need a few clones at a time - you need a few hundred.

For slowing down plants

I like small containers. With the right(?) genetics, though, you can still get a 4'+ tall plant from a small styrofoam coffee cup. Don't just do one thing. Small containers, reduced light levels (you can still keep them close to reduce stretching), reduced nutrient levels, reduced watering frequency, reduce the temperature if possible (not too low, of course - unlike real trees, I don't think you can force cannabis into dormancy). All of it. And if/when that fails, lol, grab the clippers.

I kept a dead plant in its container for a while just to show a few longtime friends. It was in a 6-ounce coffee cup that might have been 2/3 full of soil. I couldn't hold the cup in one hand and touch the top of the plant with my other hand. It just kept on growing until I finally stuck it in a dark corner of the shed and stopped feeding/watering it completely. It was a Serious Seeds Kali Mist clone. IDK if that strain has an off button in terms of growth.
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
Absolutely. Another amazing fact is that one can halt the progression of Alzheimer's with a dose as low as 10mg of THC or 5 mg of CBD daily.

My mother could really benefit from this. Now, before things become... difficult.

She's so anti-cannabis that she'd happily narc on ME. No discussion, NONE. I'd like to tie her up, throw her into the back of her car, and drive her to downtown Telluride, Colorado, lol, where she can talk some hardcore stoner into driving her back. Hopefully, they'd have a very tiny car - and the windows won't roll down.

Why this fact alone hasn't changed the tide of the discussion is beyond me. I can think of few disorders that strike fear our hearts like the fear of forgetting our loved ones.

Around here, "the big C" gets the spotlight. You (generally - but not always) have to live a relatively long life to get some form of dementia. I think Mom will be the first in our family. And apparently she's "predementia," and is in her upper 70s, has had multiple cancer incidents... so it's a footrace.

Cannabis has so much to offer that we haven't even uncovered.

I's just a ol' hillbilly. I thinks of it like vitamins. Ya got yer vitamin C, yer vitamin D, yer vitamin THC, yer vitamin CBD, yer vitamin A... We's posed ta take our vitamins every day. The lady what come around from the clinic said so.

She also said I gots ta quit using lead solder in the still.

Malawi has a head start of a couple days.

I'm not kidding, out of all your plants, that's the one that's LEAST likely to need a head start. Take it all the way downstairs and leave your door propped open tonight. Wouldn't surprise me if it had extended a few tips into the brightest closet by dawn.

Okay, that's exaggeration. Or hyperbole ;) .

Walking through Barnes and Noble

I know you live right up against a big city, but you still have a B&N? Wow, that's cool. We have a used bookstore. They mainly sell secondhand video games.
 

Radogast

Grow Journal of the Month: April 2017
I'd like to one day take an extended motorcycle tour through the lands that were once home to the Anasazi (I know, we're supposed to call them the Ancestral Puebloans now, because the other term is a derogative one to some, but old habits die hard.
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I recommend a jeep. 4 wheels with 4 wheel drive are a lot more practical when exploring a land where paved roads may be 50+ miles apart with lots of houses and gravel roads in between. I'm not saying I haven't taken a Nissan Sentra down a 30 degree slick rock slope and offroad around a fallen log, but I am saying such roads less travelled are not only common but also impassable to a 2 wheeled rider who values his kidneys or his machine. Yet if you don't drive such roads, you will miss out on a flock of hundreds of turkeys running at 25 miles an hour and viewing a comet tail half the length of the sky. You meet real interesting people and sights on the once Anasazi homelands along gravel roads.



I kept a dead plant in its container for a while just to show a few longtime friends. It was in a 6-ounce coffee cup that might have been 2/3 full of soil. I couldn't hold the cup in one hand and touch the top of the plant with my other hand. It just kept on growing until I finally stuck it in a dark corner of the shed and stopped feeding/watering it completely. It was a Serious Seeds Kali Mist clone. IDK if that strain has an off button in terms of growth.

A member here kept a juvenile male in virtual suspended animation in a refrigerator for 2-3 months. Normal refrigerator, normal temperature, normal single light bulb when the door opens. If I had an average memory I could tell you who that was.
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
I recommend a jeep. 4 wheels with 4 wheel drive are a lot more practical when exploring a land where paved roads may be 50+ miles apart with lots of houses and gravel roads in between.

I hadn't considered that. And you're right. Especially since I'd be more likely to pick something like an '80s Honda parallel twin than a newer dual-sport.

I'm not saying I haven't taken a Nissan Sentra down a 30 degree slick rock slope and offroad around a fallen log

I think maybe my ex-GF ended up with your old Sentra ;) . One of the little whirlies that Hugo spawned in '89 rolled my wagon off the road, down a short hill, and onto the road lower down. I must have been in shock, because I just started it back up (took some cranking for some reason) and continued driving. But it was a PoS and the new body damage blended in with the old.

Yet if you don't drive such roads, you will miss out on a flock of hundreds of turkeys running at 25 miles an hour

Oh, turkeys? No, sorry, if there are flocks of turkeys on those roads, I'm out. Been there, done that, and there's a whole universe more mess than you'd expect. I dislike birds and all, but I don't want to slide sideways around a curve and into a big flock of turkeys ever again.

A member here kept a juvenile male in virtual suspended animation in a refrigerator for 2-3 months. Normal refrigerator, normal temperature, normal single light bulb when the door opens.

That... is amazing. I wish you could recall the strain and the exact temperature. Wait, the only light was the one controlled by the door?!? Did he have like five undisciplined kids, at least, lol? Otherwise, that'd had to have been like one extremely long night!

If I had an average memory I could tell you who that was.

I suspect that you do have an average memory - in regards to the general population "around here." ;)

Sue, I'm not jealous or envious at all - but I'd like to have been sitting there beside you when you opened that box. It looks like I'll be a little over a week behind you. Which actually fits in with everything pretty nicely, but... Lol. Tick... tock... tick... ... ... Aw, c'mon! It feels like time has stopped.

I noticed the power connector is - wait, why are there multiple helicopters passing overhead this late at night? Anyway... - threaded. A lot of folks don't care for those. I suspect that's simply because they cannot just grab any handy "computer peripheral" power cord. But I like the security of knowing it won't come loose accidentally. I might feel differently if I ever trip over it and end up causing a disaster because the cord doesn't disconnect, but I don't foresee that happening. IOW, I'd consider it to be a positive. I hope others will, too.
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Good morning everyone :love:

I've been up for two hours now (up until 5 AM - don't ask :laugh2: ) taking pictures for the update. Two hours!! :11: I have a multitude, don't I? I'll be back later with the posts. I haven't had anything to eat yet and the stomach is complaining. :4:

I just stopped to leave some hugs for anyone who stops.

:5: :5: :5: :5: :5: :5: :5: :5: :5: :5:

Yeah....woke up affectionate and then spent two hours surrounded by lovelies, many of which are in full bloom. :slide: I have my joy kicked into overdrive. How about yours? :4: Alrighty then, let's get to it! :yahoo:

I have a big weekend ahead. I'll be putting the new perpetual journal together and spending time working on a new thread dedicated to helping your doctor get acclaimated to the idea of cannabinoid therapies. It's going to be up to us to educate our doctors and that'll take some preparation. Green Flower Media recently did a class geared to physicians taught by Harvard-trained Dr. Jordan Tishler laying out the basics. It'll make good material for patients too. There've been some startling new discoveries about the ECS that change the conversation in some dramatic ways.

One of the best things about being retired is the ability to dive into these classes at my leisure. It'll be a fun few days. I have to keep reminding myself that I still have to prepare for the five-minute inspection on Tuesday.

Ok, let's get on with our joyful day. I'll catch up to you all later. If I don't get something to eat soon......:laugh2:


...... can't leave without at least one picture.

Carnival 4.3

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Skullman420

Well-Known Member
Another accidental clone. This is the smallest clone I ever took, it was cut almost at the top. Think this is similar to the top you threw away Sue. I'm really curious if it will root or not. These clones are all Train Wreck from Green House Seeds - Will do a 32 plant grow with this strain in November.


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LVMarc42

Well-Known Member
I remembered I won the Vapor Tower, and that you can vaporize fresh cannabis.

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After all, it's the trichomes you're going for, and they'll vaporize regardless. :slide:

Vaporization fast smoke at harvest.brilliant!
Same as proper vape pen for oil. Field testing instruments a must.

Ps..fresh harvest ...into wine got the last night pangs to stop...you can smell,feel and see this process as you sip. Reverse is also true.pour bit of wine in process vessel . Mine so cup, shotglass sized .do final boil and dosout...ok pour in 1/2 oz red wine. Add to your fresh harvest glass of wine with harvest. Sleep withdrawal from pure poison....take note..helps when withdrawal from opiatiods. Opiates requires other. Oxy roxy that nazi created compound has no place in humanities formularly....just imho...

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I only tried a small piece, gently disassembled and placed in the chamber. I really appreciate the way they designed this unit with the big chamber. It makes smoking flower so much easier, IMO.

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A pleasant enough buzz. I just wanted a taste, and she tastes just like she smells, sweet and fruity with a savory tone that reminds me of Carnival. Think I'll augment with some of the good stuff now. :3:
Vaporization fast smoke at harvest.brilliant!
Same as proper vape pen for oil. Field testing instruments a must.

Ps..fresh harvest ...into wine got the last night pangs to stop...you can smell,feel and see this process as you sip. Reverse is also true.pour bit of wine in process vessel . Mine so cup, shotglass sized .do final boil and dosout...ok pour in 1/2 oz red wine. Add to your fresh harvest glass of wine with harvest. Sleep withdrawal from pure poison....take note..helps when withdrawal from opiatiods. Opiates requires other. Oxy roxy that nazi created compound has no place in humanities formularly....just imho.....
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Still... 4 years Is pretty decent out here. I think i smoked a little to much and i was Reading it wrong with the Kg.

Have you figured What strains you Will go for This first grow?

Vaporization fast smoke at harvest.brilliant!
Same as proper vape pen for oil. Field testing instruments a must.

Ps..fresh harvest ...into wine got the last night pangs to stop...you can smell,feel and see this process as you sip. Reverse is also true.pour bit of wine in process vessel . Mine so cup, shotglass sized .do final boil and dosout...ok pour in 1/2 oz red wine. Add to your fresh harvest glass of wine with harvest. Sleep withdrawal from pure poison....take note..helps when withdrawal from opiatiods. Opiates requires other. Oxy roxy that nazi created compound has no place in humanities formularly....just imho.....

So you essentially rinse the processing vessel with the red wine, and then add that to your glass that you poured to celebrate the harvest? You're speaking of concentrated oil, correct? I can see how this would be iffy with an olive oil infusion. :laugh2: I don't think the flavors of the infused oil and the wine would be complimentary. I can see this working with CCO.

I never have any wine on hand Marc. I'm a cannabis consumer. Not much of a fan of alcohol, although I do enjoy the occasional glass of wine when I visit friends. I'll keep your idea on file though. The holidays are upon us and I have a CCO session ahead. I'm down to less than a single ml. I have everything I need excepting the cannabis in sufficient quantity.

You're speaking to the choir about oxy. I can see the need for opioids short term, but the latest data shows that cannabis isn't more potent or less potent than opioids, it's equivalent in pain relief potential. If you have the choice between two equivalent medications you're supposed to offer the one that brings with it the least amount of discomfort to the patient.

Cannabis won that contest hands down. We don't have people killing themselves with cannabis or robbing the local store to get money to purchase that bag of weed, do we?

Hang in there Marc. Saner days are ahead. Doctors are beginning to educate other doctors. The tide turns. :green_heart:
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Weekly Update: Veg Shelf and Clones - Friday, September 15, 2017

Sorry about that guys. :laugh2: I'm sure that confused a few of you. Hit the wrong button at the beginning. :laugh2:

On with the show. :3:

I didn't check for any roots today because I don't want to be transplanting them just yet. I'll wait a few more days. What I did do for them was water them all with 1/4 strength nutes.

Malawi 1.1 (Day 11) I wouldn't be expecting her to be ready to go yet.

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Carnival 4.4 (Day 27) I'm certain she's trying. I may have had her too close to the light. When I bagged them up again she got moved further back. Not looking good, is she? She was taken at day 16 of flower, and was the smallest cutting I've taken yet. Let's all think positive thoughts for her. :4:

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Carnival 4.5 (Day 10)

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Chem Dawg 1.1 (Day 16) Looking vigorious, and ready to go. She might be one of the chosen for the dedicated grow. The en again, Jgrowlove will be growing out the mother, and I could probably talk him out of a small portion of the harvest to carry me through. I don't use it often, but when I do she packs a powerful punch. I'm all out now. Ultra Dawg is filling in respectably. :blunt:

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Carnival 4.3 Day 50) This plant is chomping at the bit. Once J gets her transplanted she's only going to need a few weeks and she'll be ready to flip. So far she's one of my best specimens at this stage. This chemovar does love the HB soil. They make a compelling argument to keep the grow as a hybrid soil/hempy.

She had a plain water drench yesterday.

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Plant her off-center, pin the branches down and let her take off.

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CBD Critical Cure 25 (Day 51) Her plain water drench was this morning, right after these pictures were taken. This is another going to J, and I'd recommend the same treatment - plant off-center, pin those branches down and let her take off. She's looking like contender material, and once she gets some training behind her she'll be mighty impressive.

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I love this chemovar. :36:

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Candy Cane 3.1 (Day 29) Initially I was going to put off her transplant, but looking at her it was obvious the time had come.

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Encouraging growth coming along.

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She has the most delicate leaves.

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She's happier with more space for the roots. I can tell. :3: I gave her a drench with 10ml Parts A &B plus Energy after she'd been upcanned.

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CBD Critical Cure 2.6 (Day 40) At the moment she's recieving 8 ml Parts A & B, plus Energy. Right now she's the most beautiful specimen of this chemovar that I've grown to date. The challenge will be getting comparable yields.

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Blue Dream S1 (Day 44) Her nutrients are up to 14 ml to the gallon of Parts A & B, plus Energy. What a lovely specimen. She looks like UD's little sister. :laugh2:

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Shiny, brixy leaves. :slide:

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Only had one leaf with veriagation.

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Devil's Carnival 1.1 (Day 50) She's taking 14 ml to the gallon of water Parts A & B, plus Energy. I'm impressed with her recuperative powers. In the past week I've sliced and diced her almost every day. Can't seem to slow her down for long. I'm determined to grow her into something I can contain, or I won't take this one to flower.

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She's breathtakingly beautiful.

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Jamaican Bag Seed (Day 68) She had a Transwater drench on Wednesday, the same day I chopped all her tops off again. Can't seem to keep this one under control either, but you know how hardheaded I can be. :laugh2:

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Internal growth has a long way to go, which is a good thing. I won't have space under the lights for her until late October, in all likelihood. She'll look completely different by then.

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Alright, the tiny closet's up next. :ciao:
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Weekly Update: The Tiny Closet - Friday, September 15, 2017

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Carnival 4.1 (Day 112, flip + 21) Her last feeding was yesterday, at the rate of 16 ml Parts A & B, plus 7 ml of Bulk. She's tall and lovely, but she's not packing on the way I anticipated. Still a couple weeks to go, at least. I always question at this point in the flowering cycle. :laugh2:

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The trichomes are just beginning to bulk up. Her smell is ramping up every day. That's a good thing, since I miss the scent of the DC.

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We're looking at alot of open space on those branches.

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What a beauty though, eh? :green_heart:

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Ultra Dawg 1.1 (Day 75, flip + 2) On the day she was flipped she got fed flowering nutrients at the rate of 12 ml Parts A & B and 1 ml of Energy per gallon of water. She's already begun to stretch.

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On to the tents! :ciao:
 

SweetSue

Well Known Member
Weekly Update: The Tents - Friday, September 15, 2017

Early Flowering Tent

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Thin Mint GSC 1.1 (Day 64, flip + 18) Her flowering nutrient levels are currently 16 ml Parts A & B, plus4 ml of Bulk per gallon of water She's not done stretching yet, of that I'm fairly certain. :laugh2:

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The size of her lower fans is impressive.

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Candy Cane 3 (Day 64, flip + 28) Recieving flowering nutes at the rate of 17 ml of Parts A & B, plus 4 ml of Bulk.

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Frosting up like mad. :yahoo:

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After the recent harvest of Devil's Carnival I determined to eliminate all the crappy growth down low.

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Carnival 4.2 (Day 92, flip + 26) She's also recieving 16 ml per gallon plus 4 ml of Bulk. A fine specimen, if I do say so myself. :blunt:

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All tucked away, with a bit of a placement shift.

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Finish Flowering Tent

Thin Mint GSC (Day 102, flip + 64) Definately the easiest to care for. I stopped pH adjusting the water, so it's a simple matter of carry her to the sink and water with the hose.

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Showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. She's one of three that have to be harvested before I can start the dedicated grow for GROWant.

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Dark Slide (Day 73, flip + 4) Just getting started. I'm waiting for her to droop before I start flowering drenches. She is exquisite.

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I can see similarities between her and the Thin Mint Cookies, but she's much darker. She obviously loves the kit.

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CBD Critical Cure 2.2.1 (Day 133, flip + 51) Just coasting to the finish line. This specimen has thinner branches than normal, so I had to wire some together to keep her from flopping. We have about two more weeks or so to go with her. The last drench was on Tuesday, and was plain water.

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Malawi ( Day 59, flip + 13) She had a Transwater drench on Tuesday. Her upward growth got a good start this week. I had to lower her stand to give her more room to grow before entering the danger zone

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Everyone tucked away in their new spaces.

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Whew! That's the end of the nickle tour. We made it! :yahoo: :laugh2:

Thank you so much for stopping to share in my joy. I know it looks like a lot, and in truth, on occassion it feels like I bit off more than I can chew, but I love every minute of it. Being able to share with all of you is icing on my already delicious cake.

Now I'm gonna catch a good buzz and get outdoors to take a walk and treat myself to a grande café mocha. I've earned it. :4: :love:

It just occured to me that this will be the last update for this installment of the journal. I think I did it justice. :3:
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
Good morning everyone
:love:

<ROLLS EYES WHILST LOOKING AT CLOCK> Lol.

up until 5 AM

I like to see a beautiful sunrise...

...and then crash for a few hours.


I caught one, I caught one!

;)

If I ever see you get really angry, I think I'm going to run. Run fast, run far, run AWAY. Because, surely, it'll signal the end of the world as we know it.

And I just had a thought. Can you imagine doing all that you do... in a time before digital camera devices, lol? Kodak would be sending you gift certificates for "free" yearly vacations.

Another accidental clone. This is the smallest clone I ever took, it was cut almost at the top. Think this is similar to the top you threw away Sue. I'm really curious if it will root or not. These clones are all Train Wreck from Green House Seeds

IDK about GHS' version, but the real deal is notoriously easy to clone, so my guess would be yes.


Just a thought, but have you considered creating a personal object "crutch?" I like a small rock that fits in one hand. They're everywhere and they're free. You can grab the first one you see - or go on a quest for that perfect specimen. You can play with it almost unconsciously, moving it back and forth in your hand. You can polish it or leave it rough. When things are... difficult, you can focus on your rock. You can squeeze it, squeeze it until the blood pours down your arm if you have to, without worrying about hurting the rock. It'll never leave you, because it's a rock (both figuratively and literally ;) ). If you need it at 3:00 am on Christmas morning, it'll be there. And it'll never shake its head and walk away, thinking you're not worth the effort - because, again, it's a... rock.

Several hundred years ago, people would have called my rock a talisman. Now... it's a rock. But it's not "just" a rock. It's a ROCK.

It endures....
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: Mar 2018 - Photo of the Month: Apr, Dec 2018, Apr, Sept 2019, Feb 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Nov 2020 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2021
Oh Sue! How sweet your garden grows! [emoji1376][emoji3]

It still makes me giggle thinking of TS's suggestion you could be contained to a shelf (which I read kind of ironically) - your shelf is the size of a grow tent ! Like trying to contain the uncontainable.

Hey TS - I'm a big fan of ROCKS and the way you talk about them. Can be a very powerful companion - brings you back to yourself. There's a lot of joy to be found in a ROCK [emoji7]
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
I just threw mine through the window. Wish I'd have calmed down enough to open it first. Now I have to dig out the remnants and cut my last piece of glass & install it. Stupid stupid stupid
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: Mar 2018 - Photo of the Month: Apr, Dec 2018, Apr, Sept 2019, Feb 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Nov 2020 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2021
Well that's one way to use it for emotional expression! Don't be too hard on yourself for pegging it into glass - sometimes dark moments are well relieved by something noisy! Personally I love the sound of breaking glass - something to be said for the custom of downing a shot and then smashing the glass into the brick fireplace!

The only bummer is the need to clean up afterwards (and fix said window), can feel a bit humbling, but just try to approach it like a meditation - slowly & deliberately and with respect and awareness for the already broken nature of all things. Everything is breakable, so when it breaks, really it's just fulfilling its destiny (or one of its possible destinies). It's how you repair ... that's what to focus on.
 

LVMarc42

Well-Known Member
Ts..thanks for shout. There a ton of information on oxy, herion all,shit, hell,it's not even opium ,probably not too bad on your soul but totally pleasurable. But I digress. Withdrawal, if you wean the rule is 10%. I wonder then how it ever gets to zero? It never does. Or, one schmuck, pronounced schmuck, mindless idiot, offered suboxone. Buperine,sp, poison with aversion therapy and a shrink, deluxe huh. No fucking way. I'll do it.'my way' title if my book. I actually didn't start out to do anything, but get some legal weed to help restore eating and sleeping. I was dying.from..pain.it ruined my life. ...everything changed, february 28 2017. Turned down again for epidural needles into your spine ..for pain relief..that kinda works,for me. Nit all. I started enjoying strains, bought chocolate bar, i,liked that..a lot.50 mg squares, started 1-2 day and as much as I could smoke...by may I was eating 5 grams CCO, they way I make it. Smoking way less. It wasn't about getting high. One day I jumped and flicked around for 42 minutes 30 more than I could..hmmmm..I'll jump ahead..
August 13 I wake take morning wake up.and there no pain> hmm.
By this time I simply forgot to take60mg a day of oxycodone..I Fet better I can stand for hour or hours. This is great.. I do my yoga lying on the floor builds character,.......I have part of a pergola built, one plant cured and jarred, one curing , two finishing flower,,, omg. I was bedridden 20-22 hours a day 18 month run. Terrible shit...btw,,I can't believe it. I got up at 6 am it 6 pm I just lay down to rest. ,,back hurts.from life. About 1000 times 30DB 10^3 lowered when it's at worst. I believe and know by this process the oxycodone is bad, it caused the pain and the addiction of course, then it mixes with every other pharma, you are a dead man..yes the huge thc load I've taken has pain killing. It also apparently can be an synthetic opiod withdrawal tools I cut Dow by 50-75 % , smoking, cooking, planting,,oh all,my plants csme from seeds...that just appear..appear in sacks of tanegelope...lolsin mint cookies and Tahoe purps...btw strains.every cannabis cup winner for past 10myears. lol I have 84 empty 1/8 sacks....
Withdrawal, ok I learned a lot.. please share it..oxy will kill you. They lied when it was approved. They lie when they give it too you..I digress...the oxy coming out of your system, get to a point and time from last dose..the little chemical in neurological land,start rushing out. You actually feel quite lucid. Not pain..yet..then subsidizes.problem the time and intensity and duration..all variable. I know that morphine doesn't do that,at all. You get sick different,,,now I exactly know..I'm a scientist..lol.ok cycle of withdrawal is now early phase about 1.5 times the dose you used to take, so every four hour, hit you 8, the light stuff..that means your inwithdrawal every day you take this shit. And it's was designed by Nazi Germans in training released in 1916, and it was an improvement on herion. Yes herion created by.. bayer, well then they were I>G? FARBEN .they make Solon gas, gift gas, killed 10 million people. Same people, same empire same company. Oh t''hat theme. Same empire, same People ,company repeats. I digress.ts I so,pissed but you must remain cool .. here why.

Ok so,they took morphine made herion safer,,wrong, oxycodone,...it hits different receptors,ever so slightly, modifying one effect and another, but who,gives a shit. I'll,bet tincture of opium would make fine chronic back pain that doesn't kill you.but I digress. Ina. Idea sue found it showed subtly how thc snaps bad feedback in your spine.aka the gaba channel, the other way into your nervous system. So does thc,thank god. God put it here. He put poppy here and coca they are all,fine in normal concentrations. But you have to follow all,the cocoa rituals..it slows you down..I digress..but I felt it.. it's the feedback within t;he human that makes oxy worse and where thc cbX in our oils helps repair you. If you wait 1-3 past the 12/24 hour limit you get to mid stage withdrawal. There are no living atheist that successfully went through withdrawal stage two. When you are laying on the the floor saying: oh please god make it stop, please....and on.. here's how,people,die.. with small amounts.... they lied about two,things we know it was supposed to 12 hours acting.. it's not it's given today as fast acting..wtf. I have my research from1985.purdue pharma papa ears and there arresting shots clearly,says.....I digress.but they also,lied about the lethal dose. You ask someone what is LD/TD. They act like you from mars. I asked what the ratio of lethal dose/therapitec does. Well you can imagine ,the pharma convincing pols, higher led/lower to is better... right.. harder to inject will coat it. Put in a patch,fentyanal..I digress..see ts I can't even relate just withdrawal sorry..
Stage two the feedback from breathing heart rate screaming in stomach pain , gets into your nerves as signals, and if not stopped you kill aching, instage three. Or you take something.. it must be something if this occurs. I got to zero only by eating the last of chocolates drinking red wine,sipping to sleep with fresh bravest bud init,thanks sue..and yes I mixed some wine to clean out the 200mG left inthe sides of vessel.thats the kicker top off in my glass. Got me to,sleep. Next day felt like horseback riding all day, and got kicked when I got off.. the whole,thing wasn't planned more of an inspired journey.along the way I found you guys. I'm glad I did. Each reply lead me to 'hours of research and I'm pretty good,at it. I,found the history of when it use started,where it went and how inthe world did we fuck up a gift from god so badly. The whole thing..I digress... yesterday think the oxy is gone.'oh wait.right at the end.so much crying.somebecasue. Of the information I found. You stink,sweat.sneeze uncontrolled..that means some oxy leaks to nerve bundle in ganglia too..fuckers.. sneezing itchy in nose for like ,,,,way too long.it stops,,I,gues.lol..youshit going into stage one. You host and leak in stage two..I'm never ever never going into stage three. ..ok,thta explain junkie violence.i,would jobs bank to,stop,that pain. I couldn't roll a joint in stage two. I could remember where I put the poison. If I got to,it, and took some I'd take more. The lethal dose is not the same in stage one nor stagemstge. So,since lethal,dose was 'improved. They changed it. Will they didn't test it right. One the way out.quitting, the others,docs might be 20-40 mg* I didn't end it with oxy it took 7.5 ..7.5.........thc ...3 hours later .....I felt human.. 3 fucking hours..I,know how,they die . Purdue says. Led 200mg/kg....10 grams ...100 pound human..lol they believe that. Math alert high dose 30 mg, 33 units , 1000 mg = 1 gram therefore.
Led is 330 units. 120. A month.was mine swallow w months to kill,you.. and they believe that. What worse. That's not a human in any stage of withdrawal. In withdrawal the human is different, wired. Feeling pain from sound. Anxiety from breathing. All,fromalterted feedback channel. I'm purposefully wring to see what happens now. I'm taking out all pharma that means the last 60 mg or 'morphine' but it's not ..they lied..again and again. I have safer morphine. Not safer for me. It's safer for,the junkies that shoot. Oh if you inject this stuff. Which they say you cany7 do. Yet I'll,have pages where 'information is how to defeat from pharma company itself,incredible..I,digres...
Ok I'm 15 hours past 30 mg not guilt 45 mg day when normalized over 24 hours you get it, slip the doses of poison 25% in time, and lower dose,if you can, no eat 50-150 mg of CCO oil .. my goal, thanks for,that idea go,slow and ... 45 mg/day today that means 9 pm till stage one, hmm so I must await the early pang of withdrawal,feel,the bite of this snake as it,goes. Then take more poison, less each day. One day I,go,to,zero. It will,hurt. I,won't go stage two ever again,never three. Ts, your girl after a time he no chance. My life stopped, 18 months ago.i,had full,time to heal,except no path. Then , that 'spirituality ' came into my life. Invisible to,me,at first. And always moving me inthe right direction. This leap was precluded by 4 months of medical marijuana , with the Marjority of improvement coming from chcoclate and CCO, store bought rso, and store bought cochoclate. Mostly from purchased ounces at 180,240,280 and ounce. Now the prices are 300, 340 380 an ounce and rising. This is,crazy.you couldn't do,what I did at these prices.. I have hard time but also,thanks I have harvest..lol..be back at 9 pm ,,
 
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