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  1. 5 points
    The Nature's Farm '78 LA Affie x Rocket Scientist OG
  2. 5 points
    Green Crack Day 42 Bloom 78.1 F 38% RH After putting some samples under the scope it seems as if this grow is all but done. I’m already looking at around 20% amber. Started flushing yesterday and this will be harvested on this coming Saturday. This is the first time I have ever grown a 7 week strain and with chunks if bud showing everywhere I have to say this pheno is a keeper so far. The purple coloring starts at the center of the canopy and decreases as you approach the edges. Trichs are crazy with every bud encrusted. Outside of the purple there isn’t a single blemish on any leaf and I’ve pushed the ppms pretty high for an led grow (approx 1200ppm). Bringing the temps down every day and flushing with cold water is in the near future. Very easy strain to grow and I think I’ll be happy with the yield and end product.
  3. 4 points
    I don't know why but Honey Hoo Hoo sounds dirty lol makes me laugh
  4. 4 points
    My Deep Chunk x SFV OG bx1... This 1 is greasssy
  5. 4 points
    Snake Eyes by Mota Rebel stackin...
  6. 4 points
    The winning strawberry blues... diesel dominant now all are at day 49 flower. and one of two killer Honey hoo hoo’s. stay safe and FLY FOOKING HIGH Greetz Poldergrower & RhinoCBD
  7. 4 points
    This is a G13 dominant Green Manalishi #4... and my favourite Green manalishi F2 catpiss #3 girl is really getting FAT AS FOOK... Stay safe and FLY FOOKING HIGH Greetz Poldergrower & RhinoCBD
  8. 4 points
    Killingfields week 9ish, then pre flush, and an Afghan skunk x shack leaning on shack side pheno. Monster buds..yourll see
  9. 3 points
    Almost test time...looking great. Poldergrower and RhinoCbd
  10. 3 points
    He's pulling your leg, you have to train them to grow like that and it takes years of trimming and wiring branches for it to become a true Bonsai and if you ever stop training it will revert back to it's natural form for it's environment, I have a Japanese Maple Sango Kaku that I've been working on for over 25 years and last year the leaves finally came out tiny in scale to the tree size, I almost gave up on it and was going to stick in the landscape, but the damn thing finally decided to make a change, so I'll continue to work on it till I die. I studied under a Bonsai Master here in Lexington for a few years, I would go over and work a day freely every now and then just to learn the art. Best, Baq
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  12. 3 points
    I've never done any of the "G" strains, but that G39 looks pretty awesome. I was always afraid of G13's, being developed by the government and all. I just know it's a conspiracy to make us all sterile, with psychotropic, brain freezing, genetically modified, marijuana molecules.
  13. 3 points
    The top is some kushes and a killing fields
  14. 2 points
    The starting of infused honey And my cloner leak solution, just pour the water back in!
  15. 2 points
    Oh I see, that's not Bonsai, if you look at it that way we all do Bonsai if you grow indoors, especially in Octo's. A true Bonsai is a miniature version of a full grown tree, they look the same only a foot tall instead of 100 ft. You can train in many different styles, such as wind blown, where a tree that grows in an area of really high wind will have a wind swept look in the wind direction, you see these along rocky coast and high rocky cliffs, I show you in some pics. It teaches you patience. Science and Nature has always been my passion, hell my dad changed my diapers in the woods while he was squirrel hunting, I was just a baby and he had a little shoulder pack he would carry me in, that's why I became a Geologist, have worked in that for 10 years, owned a full line pet store, sold sporting goods fishing and hunting as an independent rep. and I'm also a Master Taxidermist, along with many other things in my 65 years, I've really had a blessed life, not rich, just blessed with great family, great people and great opportunities. Baq
  16. 2 points
    The first pic is a sour power og, just smoked some of the biker kush pheno, very nice body high with relaxed but somewhat focused mind. Could be active eventually it creeped in a tiny bit more in body and mind with even more relaxation but still active a bit in the head. This fa (fader actual) from ocean grown X looks crazy and seems small yield but has a nice sweet blueberry muffins with lemon and lime under tones. It's nice, very modern weed hybrid smell, dont know if I wanna fuck with this to breed I think I'll keep searching for a more classic kush to work with. Starting flush today
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    Honey hoo hoo(old feno description) tastes like a honey sweet hashplant, with double strawberry diesel. that morfed into a dark danky goo and a lot of g13 potency sparks. This particular feno i still dont know exactly how she tastes, we will taste this in a few weeks and we wil deliver detailed smoke reports of our selected females.
  19. 2 points
    Yes I do, will post up some pictures tonight when I get home, I have a few I’ve been working on for almost 30 years.
  20. 2 points
    Sorry Sorry for all 5he miss quotes and shit, still getting use to website, thought I was liking posts turns out I was quoting them lmfao
  21. 2 points
    That sounds sick, I've been reading up on some of eskos breeding and growing journal and he loves flood tables. Actually I've been thinking of setting one up in the new space. I'm not much of a diy person myself either but the desire to grow this plant forced me to overcome that. Also been looking into octopots, which Ill definitely just buy premade since I already have enough going on to add another diy (ive been thinking about throwing up some sheds and working to start an edible mushroom biz..not like they're wont be the magic kind either tho). they seem like everything I want. Low maintenance, hybrid system that plants love, my only concern is plant sice....unlike most ppl rn I want as many plants as possible for selection. Got me in quite a situation cause I want octos. They just make sense but it seems like with flood tables I could get more selection. Maybe I'll do octos (seen like a fast setup). Work on filling half my tent with a flood table. Then getting the best of all 3. I figured I could do alot of selection in my aerocloners and vegers. If I added one more I could have ~40plant size pre flower then select half for flowe then further select based of production.. Idk I got 3 day weekends now so just gonna start doing stuff soon and see how it all comes out. just spent the last 7 hours in my grow house cleaning lol. The side effect to this lifestyle lel.
  22. 2 points
    One thing to consider regarding perlite (which I like), if your reusing your soil it breaks down pretty quick, I switched over to pumice (perlite sized) in my LOS mix which can be reused over and over without breaking down, so it's pretty much a one time cost, I've used it a lot with my Bonsai Trees down through the years, now this is in regards to a LOS mix not general use in which I would use perlite. In an LOS mix I add red worms and they do not like perlite, if the worms thrive the soil thrives. I will be using a LOS mix in my Octopots, no bottle nutes, water only, but I will be foliar spraying specific teas, EWC, Full Power and Aloe based, so we'll see how it works out. Baq
  23. 2 points
    Just put the coconut oil in capsules. Also, mix it with peanut butter. Great for infused PB&J sammiches. BTW, I'm still trying to find capsules that won't break down from liquid. It sucks having to fill them as I use them. I thought that once the coconut oil solidified it would last, nope. I made about 15 and put them in the fridge. By morning I had a clump of broken down caps all stuck together. I'd be fine if they would last 24 hours. I've searched for a way to make DIY gel caps, but nothing.
  24. 2 points
    Diesel, you better get you some G39 and Green Manalishi... so much goodness in them! NAW's testing and selection in their strains definitely shows through. Their seeds are freaking ready to grow! peace
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  26. 2 points
    At least a few years, Misterdirt. When I take a parcel of pollen out of the fridge, I let it get to room temperature before unwrapping it. To avoid moisture from condensation. I froze many small parcels, so I can quickly take what I need and keep the rest of it frozen. Your question reminds me of a PM I got a while ago: midowo 0 Started conversation: April 21, 2016 Hello, I’m Midowo and I own a blog about Autoflower growing where I explain various aspects of autoflowering cannabis growing to beginners as well as intermediate growers. After many suggestions from my readers I decided to write a e-book about autoflowering cannabis growing and it is almost finished but I have a problem that I don’t have any decent pictures of male pollen collection. After browsing around the opengrow forum I found your image https://www.opengrow.com/topic/46910-autoflowering-gambians/page__st__80 on the threadhttps://www.opengrow.com/topic/46910-autoflowering-gambians/page__st__80 and want to ask if I may use it in my upcoming book? Of course I would reference you or any resource that you would like people to see and I would be forever grateful to you for granting me the permission to use your property. Thank you
  27. 2 points
    I can't wait to taste that Honey Hoo Hoo
  28. 2 points
    I always wanted to try hydro ( almost pulled on a flood and drain system) and the power outages and mechanical problems seems to be issues so after listening to @gardenartus and @JetDro preach the octopot ( passive wick system) gospel I got 4 and going to do my 1 st grow with them as soon as plants sex jet did an awesome thread on then worth a look peace
  29. 2 points
    Cipro the antibiotifc? Yea I was on that for a UTI. Good Lord. Do you know that one round of antibiotics will change your gut health for 4 years! So it might cause MS, Holy moses SMH, half these meds should Not be on the market, so much for FDA and safe meds, you can't trust any of em.
  30. 2 points
    The rare "cat hair " pheno of Chucky's bride :
  31. 2 points
    Ran Hempy buckets in the distant past...............lol.............the Overgrow days..........................They PRODUCE but no more than this does, and they can be a mess, these never. YES...............it is just a grow bag with a wick..........agree. Mine were 42 bucks each in 20 volume when I got them, all in per system. They are elegant, work just like a Hempy bucket, and much more pleasing to the eyes. The quality is excellent, and the net pot he use's is his own, you can not find it. Similar, but very hard to source in the size it is in your local market. The clean look, the fully covered res(does NOT raise humidity in a room like a Hempy DOES), the ease of setup, NO aeration( I HAD to on my Hempy's) , and no damn 1 inch hose's running everywhere. My 9 pot setup is clean, easy to fill, no hose's, no pumps, and 9 of them can be covered by my single Gavita 750 DE on a light mover rail. For me, it is a no brainer. Were all my OCto's stolen today, tomorrow I would STILL buy a set from them.................rather than putting it together myself for 1/3 of the cost. Were I 22 years old, I would build my own, but at 66 I got better things to do with my time than cobble systems together. His patent on the "clam Shell" design is superior to any bucket system I have seen or used...............and used a bunch. From the Hempy Buckets to Hydro Farms, to TFT rails, to straight DWC, I have tried many! The closed design of the shell, the VERY tight fit of the sleeve/net pot into the res, and the fact it is 100 percent light tight, seals the deal for me. PLUS.........i run 100% organic in the system, tough to do in the others. The mix of soil up top, and roots in the water, and only simple organic feed added to the res water, makes amazing tasting buds, 100 percent equal to my 100 percent soil in pot's grows(which were my best ever) . I am a fanboy of this product no doubt.....................because I have it...............and KNOW, not guess or think or ponder.............but KNOW how well it works. I will forever owe a debt of gratitude to Garden Artus for talking me into these.....................Why The F didnt she just say SHUT THE F UP and go buy one already...................like I do do everyone that asks me. Peace, Jet
  32. 2 points
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  34. 1 point
    I heard someone to modify for outdoors you covered top and bottom res with plastic to stop rainwater. Where I live theres not enough rain for buds to grow without watering.
  35. 1 point
    I do the same, maybe it was the cheap capsules I bought. Guess I'll try a better brand
  36. 1 point
    Not bad for a freebie from Blimburn.
  37. 1 point
    Could be humidity from the fridge? Even one tiny spec of water will make them dissolve. How do you prepare them? I've had these in my fridge for over a year, I make sure the liquid is not hot, and put them in a pill container.
  38. 1 point
    I used coconut oil to get off those stomach meds. You might try researching to see if other things might work. As soon as we found out my friends bones were crumbling, I threw out those meds. I hate eating coconut oil, like Lard to me ha! But I used 2 Tablespoons a day for about 6 months, I still get heartburn, but not as bad as before. @Mr Goodfellow if it gets bad I just swallow some lard ha ha coconut oil
  39. 1 point
    Hi @Misterdirt I made the soil in the small pots very close to 40 / 60 you see a good deal of the perlite , when I watched the video from YouTube the young lady said for every 2 scoops of soil 1 &1/2 scoops of perlite I haven’t build my soil yet I am 3 weeks away from filling my bags I’ve got a day off tomorrow I’ll put it together and take a pic or 2
  40. 1 point
    I am pretty dumb when it comes to setting all these things up, but thankfully my guy isn't, I just grow it, I don't set anything up lol. He made a flood and drain table with gravity fed water. It was really cool. But when I went to the Octopot and could get as much off two plants as the flood table full of plants, eeeek too many plant is not a good thing here! lol That system went bye bye. It was a cool set up though, he had a 5 gallon bucket and tubing, and something else, made it automated by gravity.
  41. 1 point
    Great job so far, I grew a couple of Sweet Seeds strains last year with decent results as well. I have to recommend their Jack47 auto, easy to grow, huge harvests and a very unique high. I love how these plants can change dramatically over the space of just a few days. Good times ahead!
  42. 1 point
    Yeah I love Metal, I like softer Rock too. And harder. Much harder. I also like Psychedelic Trance, Gabba, and Speedcore as well. Plus stuff like this............
  43. 1 point
    remember about all the things you never wanted to eat as a kid
  44. 1 point
    Hey my friend with MS says all of his symptoms came from taking Cipro. The pharmy companies says no way. But there are thousands if people being diagnosed with MS that the only thing in common is being prescribed cipro. Just another example of how the pharmy companies give us meds that cause problems so they can sell us more meds....a never ending money making scam
  45. 1 point
    A bucket will not work as well.............Chris, the owner and designer, spent years on this bag. The properties are perfect for the usage. I have no issues with the sleeve, other than they wear out in 5-6 runs, and are not exactly cheap to replace. I went a bit overboard(just a personal grower) and own 22 Octo's...............I pretty much use only 9 of them now. 9 fit under my light mover with a single Gavita 750 DE hanging off it, and take zero effort other than tying up buds last 3 weeks or so. I have extra sleeves so it will be ages before I need new ones. When I do, I WILL order the Octo sleeve from them. 5 harvests of 5-12 oz's each............35 buck sleeve...............good ROI if you ask me..................:)
  46. 1 point
    We have a heavy metal lover My guy likes that too, me I am classic rock.
  47. 1 point
    I never bother with the paper towel method. I sow the seeds directly into soil/coco/cubes to suit whatever medium I'm growing in at the time. If I have old seeds and want to germinate those, I just give them a scuff with a bit of sandpaper to take the shine off so the shell can be penetrated easier by the water in the medium. Most of them germinate but they just take a bit longer than fresh seeds usually. As said, never chuck seeds out. Mother Nature won't be rushed, but she usually comes through in the end.
  48. 1 point
    Hey Zrex, I myself do not keep mother plants, nor know know much about AutoPots. What I do is go from a sprouted seedling, into a 4" or 6" pot and I like to bury mine right up to the leaves, as all that spindly stalk will root for ya. I do not feed a seedling until it has at least 5-6 set of pointed leaves poking out, and then just a whisper. In about a month she will need to go into a 1 gallon pot, I myself buy white pots whenever I can, probably silly, but I do. In about a month after up potting to 1 g, you should start to see sex of the plants.There are many diagrams of genitalia you can find on the net, to identify our fav's. Once sex is known, take your clones. I find a heat mat and controller (set around 80F), a clone tray and tall dome cover with vents is a great helper for cloning. It is between 5-14 days usually for roots to show. I use a weak wee cfl to root mine for a light source, 24/0 Once rooted, feed them, and prepare them to be AutoPotSoldiers!! best to ya.
  49. 1 point
    esKobar's gear was killer. good to see more people trying to preserve their packs. i have the original mothers and can ressurect the lines, if need be. nothing is lost
  50. 1 point
    inspired by this thread: https://www.icmag.co...ad.php?t=309172 after a failed attempt, my first successfull cob enjoy. after 16 weeks of 11/13 some of the semi-dried bud gets cobbed sealed but NO vaccum i left it on my router for a few weeks to sweat in peace after one month the cob looks like this detail of the result now i just let it dry in roomtemps and seal it (this time in vacuum) for another few months as long as i like, really ... it gets only better from here uncobbed bud: dry, woody-spicy, hazey, typical satty bud smell and taste we are used from landrace buds (not very special, imvho) cobbed bud: vanilla, chocolate, smashed rotten fruits and a spicy taste and smell (cobbing is very nice for smoke that tastes bland by itself, makes better smoke) smoked effect is not very different, but i bet it makes a difference form plant to plant. the cobbing process decarbs the bud so it can be eaten as well with very nice effect. some say it is psychedelic, but those have never tripped on real entheogens. it sure makes a warm feeling in my chest and big smile on my face, tho hope you liked this tiny sum-up of my cobbing adventure ... the linked thread provides all the info you need to make it yourself. enjoy your smokes, everybody SAN
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