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    I have seen God! They never tell you what to do after that. So I vape on and I vape on..
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  1. You can aggressively cut back. Say two feet and trim the roots as well. Just leave some leaf. Give a dose of P before hand. Lower nitrogen. It will take a minute or two but the mom will come back correct.
  2. No offense at all. It is very difficult to upset me. All good discussion I see it
  3. I no longer have a grow of my own do to the twist and turns one sometimes has to deal with in life.. but.... https://www.capitolplantcare.com/ The things I talk about you can find them here. www.culturalhealingandlife.com I do it all. You apply plant physiology knowledge and I am very confident you will only get better. I edited this in: I will add, knowing your strain, either by clone or main phenos to even understanding a bit of the phenos so that you can navigate the grow. I really have should of mentioned that having as much knowledge of the genetic and then applying plant physiology is what will enable optimum growing. This way you can be ontime with the changes to environment to nutrition to better optimize those genetics rather than playing catch up. It is the small differences that can make the biggest impact, its rarely a big thing as the understanding of growing you already have and apply. The changes will typically be in tighter buds, strong terpine development and strong strength generally associated with a good brix. As knowledge is applied from all applicable directions you will fine tune and it is in that difference that will go a long way to help you stand out from the crowd so to speak. It's a tool and there are many ways to use those tools and interpret those tools to a degree. I take nothing away and have full respect for all growers. I mean no indifference nor disrespect. I was once just a regular grower but I can't just do anything small. If I give something energy, it gets it all. I speak here out of respect to Sannie. Just about all those I knew then are gone, many in life and in online. I am just a relic but a wise one. Karma Up! HD!
  4. Professional growing is science. Anyone can grow pot but to optimal grow cannabis, well that is a whole other thing. Most people "think" they get optimum results until they meet someone like me. The key difference is they don't know the science and misinterpret their grow. Not saying they have poor but big difference in those without knowledge and those who do. Learn:. Plant physiology, environment, nutrition, media/soil/hydro and lighting. All your answers.
  5. Shit happens, if that happened, contact the Sannie and ask him. Understand, all this info belongs to opengrow once you upload. Explain your situation privately to him and you might get what you want. He is fair.
  6. Sometimes we have more dramas than soap operas and beauty salons. Lights peace pipe, Puff puff give! Happy holidays to all!
  7. Fulvic and humic acids are great but not all are useable by the plant. Those made from worm castings/biology are good. Those made from leanardite/kind of a coal. Are not really useable. Can take year to years for those. Silica is great. Give in veg and before budding starts. Works well with calcium. If you have good brix levels the silica will help protect from bugs. Aloe is good. It's a surfactant. Best when foliar feeding/treating as it helps with even coverage. Hope that helps. Hempyfan!
  8. Me and my wife used enjoy watching office space. She passed away unexpectedly a few years ago. You brought a smile to me. Thank you.
  9. Hello, I recommend getting an understanding of these topics. Grow environment: http://culturalhealingandlife.com.www413.your-server.de/index.php?/forums/forum/27-indoor-environment/ Light: http://culturalhealingandlife.com.www413.your-server.de/index.php?/forums/forum/16-lighting/ Soil/compost/worms/biochar: http://culturalhealingandlife.com.www413.your-server.de/index.php?/forums/forum/32-soil-compost-vermicompost-biochar/ Plant physiology: http://culturalhealingandlife.com.www413.your-server.de/index.php?/forums/forum/33-plant-physiology-and-nutritional-transport/ Understand the basics of those and you will be on your way! Learning never ends.
  10. Cation exchange is different. In short, the higher the cation rate the better. Essentially a high cation exchange means lots of food for your plants. Everything has a charge. think of a magnet. Positive attracts negative, Positive repels Positive and negative repels negative except that in this the instance the cations exchange one ion with another opposite ion. Nutrients have a charge as well and it often depends on the state and type of nutrient that depends on the type of charge. It is the same way the plants generally feed and uptake. The plant will put out say a positive ion and take in a negative ion from the soil and each step of the uptake will be similar. By having soil nutrition in an ideal format, high cation exchange (clay and organic matter typically) it helps ensure a good soil environment with lots of dinner plates! hope that helps a bit, if not I will give it another go.
  11. A soil charge often means basically to reinvigorate the soil and soil life. This is done many ways such as. Compost tea, Charged bio char/biology, Rockdust, npk test
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