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  1. I'm going to have to germ some of these. At my house, the end of summer is the day we see our last hummingbird. It ended on October 2 this year.
  2. Sorry to see you go, but the place isn't what it used to be.
  3. It just occurred to me I haven't posted a pic of the whole stinkin' bunch. So here's the whole, stinkin' bunch, taken on Sunday, after I transplanted into 8" (20 cm) square pots: The four in smaller pots are Lemon Sunrise clones and a Peyote Pancake clone. The LS mom flowered in the mom tent, because not transplanting it from the tiny pot I had it in made it cry, so single leaflets are the order of the day. Since I'm vegging and there's room, why have the mom tent running? One more transplant before the flip and my tent should be full. If not, a couple of those lemon sunrises are getting flipped along with the seed babies.
  4. You can vape pollen hash in a Mighty. There are likely other dry weed vapes that will work, too. https://www.royalqueenseeds.com/blog-how-to-vape-hash-and-which-vaporizer-to-choose-n1243 You can sandwich the hash powder between two layers of weed in the chamber to keep it from gumming up the works. It also comes with a metal gauze pad for this purpose, but I haven't used it.
  5. A while back I worked for the Dept. of Natural Resources in a southeastern state. We had a couple of game wardens (full police officers) who made some of the best moonshine around. Or at least that's what the other people who were sipping it said. I can't say the word good entered my head when I tried it.
  6. The final tally is: Scarlet Begonias: 4 girls, 6 boys Blueberry Butcher: 3 girls, 1 boy Dark Hollow: 2 girls, 1 boy All pH and other issues seem to have been cleared up by transplanting and switching to a different method of growing — still using organic products, but in a less-than-organic way. I'm not depending on the soil microbes to act in any kind of timely manner to deliver nutrients, the girls are getting supplemental feeds for the rest of the grow, with less added to the soil. I'll continue playing with organic, to see if I can find a mix that meets the demands of LEDs, but not this grow. My local shop has Roots Organics products, and I'm using a few of those (though not the entire lineup, which includes about a dozen products). They're in week 5 of veg, which means they're in week 5 of life in the way I count veg time. There are two scarlet Begonia phenos, based on structure: a classic, well-behaved Xmas tree type and a taller, wilder one. I have two of each: This is the Xmas tree type. The one in the back is one of the wild-assed ones. She had been topped about a week ago, because she was way taller than the rest. She was the same height as the boys. Here she is, at an angle that doesn't show how much bigger she is: But I can tell, from the look in her eye, that she will require strict discipline [insert sound of cracking whip here]. This is one of the Blueberry Butchers. She appears to be a classic Xmas tree shape, too. The Dark Hollow plants also have similar structure phenos — a tall wilder one and a classic Xmas tree one. The strain descriptions describe all of them as tall plants, so the stretch could be interesting. BTW, I never used kelp products before, but they seem to like it. The parts of the Roots lineup I'm using is Buddha Grow, Buddha Bloom (I have not cracked open that bottle yet), Trinity (which is one of their kelp products) and their Cal/Mag. No sign of burn, even in pots that received dry nutes mixed in with the soil, and no sign of any new Mg burn patterns. You can see what I am calling an "Mg burn pattern" on one of the leaves on the lower left of the plant in the 3rd pic.
  7. You don't need the dome. I don't have one and never lost a cut.
  8. I have one of these: https://hydrobuilder.com/turboklone-klone-machine-no-dome-24-or-96-sites.html?opts=eyJhdHRyaWJ1dGU1MzkiOiIzNTUyIn0= Pics 2-4 and 7 show the fan. It just attaches to the outside, barely uses any electricity. I have not lost a single clone with this thing, but I keep it clean — running 3% H2O2 through it, on occasion.
  9. I used the vegetable one for veg and Garden of Eden for bloom and I noticed it required plenty of additional Mg, both stages. My guess is that if I were still using HID, the Mg might not have been an issue. This was in soil, not Octos. The veg garden loves the stuff. Celery particularly loves their vegetable fertilizer, with all that N.
  10. Which ones do you use for each stage?
  11. I wonder if that's a little potassium deficiency, too. My dim memory of my plant physiology class includes something about potassium ions (K+) being important in the mechanism for opening and closing stomata.
  12. I'm going to have to give it shot. It's so much easier finding keeper girls than boys.
  13. The pumps WILL raise the water temperatures. Mine has a fan on the outside of the reservoir to keep it cool. If this doesn't have something like that, I'm not sure if you should buy it. The only time I didn't need the fan was last winter, which gets chilly up this way.
  14. I know a lot of people who depend on dispensaries. They always gush when they get some of mine. Most have kids at home and can't grow, or I'd help them out. There would be a market for small batch-grown weed, properly tended to, dried and cured, I'm convinced. But it would only be worth it if there were no middlemen.
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