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  1. My first Grow 2

    Nice plant. Quick question. What happened to all the fan leaves. Did you cut them off? Try not doing it next time. You will notice bigger buds. They produce the energy the plants need to flower.
  2. Autos indoor/greenhouse

    three weeks from seed. First is in greenhouse, second under 600w hps. The greenhouse directly in 25 liter pots and the indoor will be in 11 liter pots one more week and then transplanted into 25 liter pots. The growth difference is already remarkable. cream manderine from sweet seeds
  3. Lemon haze spring flowering Mediterranean

    Little update on the last plant the most sativa. No lemon smell at all. 86 days flowering could probably go a week more but don't have the time or space.
  4. Put out to greenhouse last week of February. Cut them this week. Out of ten seeds one of the plants revegged. The rest are fine. More leaf to calyx ratio than in autumn flowering but less bugs
  5. korea

    Weed is legal in north Korea
  6. Not really new

    I'm back after a little pause. Hope everyone is doing fine. Tokage, potent, Jose, hope you're still around.
  7. Problems with the doctor

    I always enjoy when u spend 15 euros on seeds And this is the result. Go ahead buy seeds for 120 euros. I have and there isn't much difference.
  8. Problems with the doctor

    The doctor a 9-10 week strain. Seven-eight weeks so far. Have started to give ripen and flush every other Day
  9. Problems with the doctor

    The doctor has a few phenos. Fruity smell indica type plant. Pine tree smell hybrid type. No smell yet... slow as fuck sativa type with great calix to leaf ratio. 6 weeks of flowering outdoors. Spring flowering is better than fall flowering because of the lack of bugs and white mildew. Just be careful to give a correct 12/12. Cycle.
  10. Problems with the doctor

    They are all under sunlight only. All of them are the doctor. I've flowered sativas before in spring. 1st time go with indicas
  11. Problems with the doctor

    Any of u seen this before: Three weeks into flowering The last pic is what a normal plant would look like. The first pics are what all my other plants look like. Wtf? The plants are healthy and in a greenhouse
  12. Colors of autumn

    The purple weed taste horrible. Have 20 grams of horrible shit. Its Ice cool from sweet seeds. Horrible shit. Dont buy! Ill make hash with the bud.
  13. Outdoor Yeilds

    If conditions are good outdoors or in greenhouse u can talk about yield/square meter Or yield/time I grow outdoor plants that have been in veg state for 5-7 weeks and then flower them. No space or light limitation, yield is 100-300grams per plant on average. Flowering period in my region controlling photoperiod last from April until November. Biggest yield in my case psicodelicia (sweet seeds) on avarage k-train and worst is exodus cheese and strawberry haze
  14. Colors of autumn

    Horrible taste the purple plant. Worst plant I've seen in ages
  15. ATP is the molecule in charge of transporting and storing energy in biological systems. When it doesn´t have any energy its in AMP form (adenosin monophosfate) linkes a phospahte to become ADP (adenosin diphospahte) and finally ATP (adenosin triphosphate) When ATP is finally formed it is usually linked to a magnesium atom in mg2+ form. (this is usally left out of biology books cant understand why) MG is also linked to all DNA RNA producing enzymes. So my conclusion is this: When a plant receives "better" light or a more apropiate spectrum the choloroplast work better and more efficiently so a Mg deff shouldn´t occur. Less cloroplast are needed to produce the same energy. On the other hand the plant is probably producing an excess (compared with regular light) of ATP. This is where I think the Mg deffeciency arrises. That said. I could be wrong.

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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