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    This is all natural and has been said over and over again to work the best for spider mites SNS 217 Spider Mite Control Spray | Sierra Natural Science Give them a call, send them an email, get a free sample and watch them disappear. :thumb:
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    hello my name is cody and i am a fan of your grow journals and other stuff you have posted you seen like you are a wise grower im trying to get a grow going myself so i can have my own stuff im not the richest person and i was wondering if maybe u would be able to send me some seeds inm just asking cause i seen you helped out some people on here and was hoping you could send some of that generocity to someone esle who needs it thanks
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    oo and I now can give reps ... so prepare yourself :p
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    ty for the help with sig think it is working
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    Thank's for all the likes. Have a great day!
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    Thanks for the reps, keep doing what your doing, we are all digging it!
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    Hello! nice to meet you, im growing an Dark devil Auto, Outdoor, let me tell you that is going to be a really nice colored plant! Good luck will se your pregress, and I really like that natural soil! is like a part of my garden whit all does lucky" leaves i don't know the name, but very nice :DD
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CCOlier's Guidelines for CCO Topical Application

by SweetSue on 08-13-2017 at 08:42 PM
When applying CCO tot the skin, as in cancerous lesions:

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Welcome entelechy, CCO is the best thing to put on your ulcers and making it yourself is the best way to get it.

You want to be generous when putting it on your ulcers. First off, heat up the CCO with a hair dryer so you don't tear the skin, next put on a water tight bandaid, leave it on for 3-4 days and change the bandaid while putting on more CCO.

After a few bandaid changes you will think
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Randoobula Fights PM With A Milk Foliar

by SweetSue on 08-07-2017 at 09:42 PM
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I like it h202 seems to make sense to use for me. I heard I can put it in a spray bottle and spray buds in flower any one have any thoughts on this? Trying to kill mold right now with humidity and all this rain lately it's killin my crops .
I inherited white powdery mildew with a few plants gifted to me for my first grow. I tried numerous approaches, spraying with H202 was one of them. It worked ok for just hitting the occasional spot of mildew, but I found a milk foliar spray to
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Shiggity's SIPS

by SweetSue on 08-07-2017 at 06:30 PM
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The idea of sub irrigated planters has piqued my interest. I have been a fan of the wet dry method of veg growth. Drench a pot to saturation and then let the roots search out water as the pot goes dry. It produces some amazing root systems in veg.
But during flower I tend to water more often and try to keep the soil at a nice base moisture level, never quite going dry. That is what makes me interested in Sub Irrigated Planters (SIPs). They use an under soil
Reservoir to hold water
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ShiggityFlip's Pressure Cooker Decarb and FHO

by SweetSue on 08-02-2017 at 07:04 PM
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So I used a pressure cooker to decarb actual buds yesterday and the results were extremely positive. I put fresh bud in one jar and dried trim in two jars.

I kept the psi at 15 for 45 minutes (a little extra time to make sure decarb would be complete). Then let the cooker cool down and checked the results.

The dry trim stayed dry but now had a darker color and also an abv type aroma. The fresh buds decreased in size by about half and had a changed aroma as well though
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Scientific's simple dose calculations

by SweetSue on 08-01-2017 at 05:26 AM
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Just doing the math is surprisingly easy and helpful.

If your buds are 20% THC, then 10 grams of buds has 2 grams of THC. If you infuse 200 ml of coconut oil with that 2000 milligrams of THC, you get 10 milligrams of THC per ml, 10 mg being the basic dose in states where it's legal like CO and WA.

That gets you in the ballpark. Then you start out with half an ml and if that doesn't work take 1, 2 , 4, etc. Until you hit the sweet spot.

It's not hard.
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