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Been a minute. Things are nuts on the east coast right now.

ive sheltered in place with many months of supplies. 
I’m most excited to have some great smoke coming my way. 
 

Wedding cake

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purple punch

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Awesome bro. That should help get you through. I'm smoking on some Wedding Cake/Gelato 33 x Dosido right now. Damn yummy stuff. I may try some seeds I got from your Sugar Punch x Humboldt Kush. I got about 12 seeds from some SSDD pollen I let hit it before I cut the plant. 

It snowed here last night and today, too. After a month of 60's and 70's. Not too far from growing weather here. 

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32 minutes ago, Misterdirt said:

Suddenly I have the urge to make hash.

I'll help you smoke it if you do.

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Unfortunately I have the urge to make it with Trapper's reefer. He could object.

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Sounds good @Misterdirt I always have plenty of hash material.

Mac1 almost ready to flip. 
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next round of purple punch 

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veg room is packed with crazy genetics 

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wedding cake. This strain smells so good. It’s gassy and cake. Not sure if it’s the clone only but I don’t think so. 
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and finally purple punch. She’s got a week left

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Mac1 

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purple punch 

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Everything  is showing your passion!:verrygood

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...what they said above!!!

always a pleasure having a peep in there,Trapper :tu

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Thanks everyone. Growing is keeping me busy and sane right now. 

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Those are looking great is this your first run with the Mac? Just can’t justify the high price there asking for Mac hopefully someone will make some seed so us cheap buggers can get a chance to taste it ! 

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@shiskaberry savior yup. First run with Mac1. It’s a notoriously bad breeding stock according to capulator. I threw pollen at her last summer and maybe got 3 seeds. 
 

the thing about Mac though, is it gets boring pretty quick. She reminds me of hash plants I’ve had. But she is a looker for sure. Easily some of the prettiest flower I’ve ever seen. 

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This soil is over a year old and probably on its fifth to sixth run. Also I’m building a new chicken coop.EB83A616-EF32-4FEB-8563-0B1223453F85.thumb.jpeg.3f301f2d8263dbddee45c0926f844cb4.jpeg4DA574BB-74D5-464A-9818-7EFC960DCC3D.thumb.jpeg.3d2912a49eaabc60aefbf440d576b754.jpeg31FF427A-1EAF-49F9-B980-558C90D05835.thumb.jpeg.54366110dd28789aab2b23063b027900.jpegF7D014F9-D5E5-4138-A76E-9EEA220CF515.thumb.jpeg.701826d9875a88963676e9b8cb06bc23.jpeg99B12B29-5AB9-43EC-9460-91A19A667C2D.thumb.jpeg.3a2fc1596d55de986d01ede41425c512.jpeg

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@Hamme Hydro I built the soil indoors with a basic foundation of peat, coir, perlite, and worm castings. I top dress with a local bagged lobster compost and mulch with organic straw. I amend with a bunch of other organic inputs. The only bugs I have are worms, centipedes, and IMP beneficials. Since using malted barley meal as a top dressing my worm population has exploded. 

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Are you using a cover crop of some type?

I was thinking of doing that with soil grows, using white clover. I've been working with farmers (corn and soybean farmers) who are using a fairly new no-till technique, where they have a live cover crop growing over the winter, and they plant directly into the living cover crop. Normally in no-till, they first use an herbicide to kill the cover crop.

One farmer did this accidentally. They had a wet spring and no time to go out and kill the cover crop before they had to get corn in the ground. He said his yields "exploded," and he's been spreading the gospel of keeping living roots in the soil at all times. He also found having three or four different species in the cover crop was better than one.

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When I grew corn conventionally I always used a preemergent Herbicide. When I grew organic I used a buckwheat/clover combo. In these beds I use anything I have. The latest cover crop seedling have been arugula and cilantro. The arugula is a brassica which don’t tend to form symbiotic relationships with fungus. So in true practice that isn’t a great cover crop. It’ll still maintain a healthy relationship with bacteria and act as a green mulch. White clover seems to be a standard for indoor no till. Just remember all living cover crops can be a vector for pathogens be it bugs or fungus.

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