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@Even - I think you may have misunderstood the earlier post I made about filtration - no problems yet with mold or mildew thanks to the advice I gleaned from the likes of you, Polder, Scone, Joker, OrganicO and many others (too many too remember or list) - the filtration I was referring to was WATER. That dust in the pic is some Huck Pollen...

 

Ah I know mate I just happened to come across these at the same time from a US distributor and thought I'd post the link incase it was useful, as we were talking about them before, I recognised the pollen

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Huck pollen all over plants... I think you've graduated to hard core bud porn.

 

There's no turning back now. You've entered a new, sordid world.

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I guess you guys outed me...

 

Funny how a little talk of pollen gets some of you so excited. I actually thought the potty training pics would've brought out the freaks, but hey - whatever floats your boat, right?

 

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CHEM D @ 31 days flo all nutted up "gangbang style" with pollen from Huck, Chocolate Rain and Silverfields....

 

For some reason whenever I get ready to chop that scene from Reservoir Dogs usually comes to mind - the one where Michael Madsen is getting ready to cut that cop up with the straight razor

 

I'm going to relish finding all of those lovely beans one by one...sort of like a stoner easter egg hunt...

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looking good man!! awesome project

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Things are looking good since I've stopped growing weed...

 

Obviously, it's going to take some time getting used to the whole organic in containers thing, but all in all I'd have to say it was pretty painless. Again, many thanks to all of those who had some positive input.

 

All the haters can go smoke another bowl.

 

ChemD @41days flo:

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Another look:

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Chem up close and personal:

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The Death Star loves 10gal smarties!:

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Some SourD:

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Whatchu think?

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Yeah man! Killin it.

 

Organics sure do suck huh? You will really hate it when you smoke it.

 

Love the looks of that sour. Complete with the lil smooth bud leaves and all. That should swell some fat calyxes in the last couple weeks.

 

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Looking excellent MadMaster, if you haven't already, maybe get yourself good pair of hps glasses for your garden. It's pretty bright in there :verrygood

 

Which plant is your favorite?

 

@T_O_O

Do you use the citric acid knowingly to remove chloramines from the water as well as for reducing alkalinity?

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@Draigwen

 

I do it strictly for alkalinity. I am lucky that my area still does chlorine and no chloramine. My part of the problem is that they filter with limestone (alkalinity). The levels of chlorine in tap water are typically not a bad thing but I bubble 1 day minimum with a big pump so it's pretty well gone at that point anyway.

 

If you use water with chloramine a 24 bubble with a big pump and something organic is your best bet. Just a 1/2 cup of good EWC would do the trick.

 

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What's up, Draigwen? Good of you to stop in and have a peek - there's no way to have a favorite with this group! Although the Chucky's Bride and Chocolate Rain have me drooling.

 

I actually chopped one of the side branches on a larger Chucky this morning @ 6wks. Basically it was because I ran out of weed, but I swear it looked done.

 

About 80-90% of the pistils have turned (not because they have seeds, either. I pulled a fully mature seed off the top bud of the branch I cut. Somehow more than half of the trichs are cloudy and there are enough amber crystals to make me think about cutting this whole plant in a couple of days. Today is day 43???

 

Same thing with one of the Chocolate Rain phenos. Well formed calyxes, covered in frosty trichs, and looking just about done. It's weird. I'm going to have to do some poking around through the forums to see if anyone else has gotten EXTREMELY FAST FINISHING phenos from these guys before. I really want to cut this bitch and smoke her up.

 

Any comments from the peanut gallery?

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Thats good to hear, I popped 10 chucky's bride a few days ago specifically to find the plant your talking about , does it smell like exodus?

I'm looking for a cheese dom plant from my bunch done at around 7 weeks.

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CR, Chucky and Jackberry were the fastest finishers I've grown. Outdoors, a Chucky clone of mine was done in 6 weeks.

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Okay - so here is one of the Chuckys

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And here are a couple of the the Chocolate Rain I chopped (I think it's the cocoa kush pheno?)

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I will snap some pics of the trimmed buds tonight. Just so you know, I rolled a roach bomb and laced it with the scissor hash from the Chucky last night and it definitely did the trick. Ripped out of my everlovin' skull!

 

I swear I'd cut the Hucks if those Chuckys weren't hanging for a quick dry. I'd say at least a qp or so by the looks of it and the buds were dense as hell.

 

Silverfields is also starting to really foxtail and swell up now and the tallest pheno of the 'Bride is looking dank. That one definitely looks like another 2wks minimum and I guess 10 or 11 wks total on the SF.

 

JackberryxHeribei seedlings are looking good. The Kolossus and Jack are begging to be let out of the gate and drop some clones (or pollen!) Killingfields will probably be the sleeper of the bunch as I'm not really paying too much attention to it right now with this lineup. Poor gal will probably wind up knocking me on my ass for that indiscretion.

 

All in all things are moving right along with little or no complaints. Thanks for the patience, all. Now that I've gotten the camera thing settled I will update as I chop. All alone this round, so it's gonna be one or two a day till it's done - scissor hash permitting. Not gonna break my ass anymore, you know?

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I can't be sure about your CR, but when I grew it, a more sativa-looking pheno was dubbed Cocoa Kush-leaning by Esko. It had reddish leaf veins, which he said is a strong sign. The more balanced and sweeter pheno had broader leaves.

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This round of yours is going to be phenomenal!!! The SF I great def went the 11 weeks and I wasn't let down at all. They really beefed up the last few weeks. Still had some airy buds but sticky as all hell and great smell. They don't look like they are that strong but they were :)

 

That chuckys looks bomb! Very frosty. One I have yet to drop yet but bought them just in case the shop ran out. The KF, seems to be a sleeper in the shop yet Sannies description basically says that it shouldn't be overlooked. I know the green phenos are supposedly the strongest but I can't get over how beautiful the purple phenos are.

 

Keep up the crazy good work and looks like that switch to organic did you well brother!

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Here is a Hygrozyme link. http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I head about this from Rev Maynard and Robo. My plants needed something for the roots. My pants are doing well no, I will know more when I see roots at harvest

 

For me cannazyme is much better. I got hygrozyme as a switch n plants suffered immediately. Called up my ol shop n ordered more cannazyme. If i could only use one product, cannazyme would be it.

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If you're looking for concentrated enzyme similar to canna version but WAY stronger and 1/3 the price check out HG kitchen drain unblocker http://www.hgproblemsolvers.com/hg-kitchen-drain-unblocker-25-36-fl-oz-750-ml/ we can get this locally so it's handy.

 

Got this tip over on ic, works a treat. Enzymes are enzymes, all canna add is a bit of yucca as a surfactant. If you really want something strong there's bio boost 75 Enzyme #75 dosage rate is 30 ml per 1000 gallons whilst their bio boost enzyme 300, 1 quart treats 325,869 gallons of water

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lol, there's something you don't often see in an organics thread, how to infuse your plants with drain cleaner :) y'all should try worm shit sometime, of course then you'd have to find something to do with all your spare time and spare cash :P

 

stay safe

 

BalzOut

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Even - maybe you can comment but I would guess all of these are EM based?

 

If yes - you can buy a mother culture of EM-1. You can multiply this stuff 20-1 with water and molasses in a couple days. This is the product I use. A liter is nearly a lifetime supply at that multiplication. I use it indoors and out in teas as well as to make Bokashi bran.

 

http://www.teraganix.com/Effective-Microorganisms-at-Home-s/2.htm

 

I am going to take a multiplied 20oz bottle to my one house the next time I am there to treat the septic system.

 

Dude

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Spot on dude, the best commercial version of lactic acid with some extra goodies such as purple photosynthetic bacteria, the latter is a great addition often missing from home remedies. Expansion is pretty easy as you say, add unsulphured molasses and water in a brown glass bottle (the good guys are light sensitive) and loosely cap to allow air exchange. One bottle of em1 can be expanded to gallons if you give time and enough food, as you know already

 

Theres a good guide here on expansion here if anyone's interested

http://pontdevie.wikispaces.com/file/view/Nanobio_garden.pdf/259654184/Nanobio_garden.pdf

 

The only thing that comes close IMHO is biota max tablets:

 

http://www.biotamax.com/BiotaMax.html

 

Mixed with lab, buy some natural yoghurt and filter through a coffee filter (un bleached) and Roberts your fathers brother

 

The great thing about those biota max is you can literally scrape off a tiny amount into your compost tea and expand the good guys, one tab lasts me six months and I know for certain all the good bacteria are in there, would do great things for the septic too as you say

 

I think enzymes still have a place, alongside all of those things, although as other point out these should be created naturally depending on your input

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Worm shit tea is great for activating your microbes and great when used as an initial activator of the soil. I'll spray my soil with compost/ewc tea + aloe vera when I'm initially cooking a new batch of soil... which is not often since I use the same soil for years. I'll do another tea in early veg, but not much more after that.

 

Enzymes are important. I wouldn't use drain cleaner personally. Instead I use barley seed tea to get enzymes to my plant in a more natural way. Coconut water and alfalfa / corn seed teas are great also. But these are great 'organic' ways of delivering enzymes to your soil.

 

For my phototropic bacteria, I like to use some OKashi or GroKashi mixed in with my topdressing as a mulch. I'll topdress with some ewc/compost, neem meal and some Kashi. Water with a little bit of molasses at about 3 weeks flower and then around 6 weeks. I'll also make a Kashi tea and water using that in late veg / early flower.'

 

But yeah, barley seed sprouted tea is great for enzymes.

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