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  1. You’ve done a lovely trim job Ghost I bet it burns beautifully. Thank you for doing such a great job with your journal, it has helped me a lot. Peace
  3. Those Tops are looking supper fat and sticky, I will admit Ghost you have a lot more will power than me. Well done for sticking it out just that bit longer, I think you have done a fantastic job.
  4. I know everyone is saying it but those buds really do look lovely, you’re doing a great job Ghost. Save a smoke for me.
  5. Hi Ghost, when you look at the buds do you think they have a high, low or medium leaf to calyx ratio? :scratchhead:
  6. Hi Ghost, can you tell us what sort of smell they are giving out please? They are looking fab by the way.
  7. Now they are starting to frost up a bit are you going to add anything to the powder feed or just stick to that?
  8. The only problem I find with my cool tubes is in the winter, I think I am going to have to buy a heater or use open bulb reflectors when it’s really cold. Save the cool tubes for the summer months.
  9. Ok so first time I have responded to your grow journal Ghost. SORRY, SORRY, but I have been watching what happens to your beautiful plants and they do look fab by the way. Oh and I have been learning a few things to, so thanks for that but you know I am not good at this typing stuff. I will pay more attention from now on and make sure I send you some love on a more regular basis. They really do look good you know.
  10. Has anyone tried the cvolt. I hope this works?
  11. Hi all Sorry guys but I have been unwell, so not really motivated to do much on this little blog. I have just planted 5 Kalashnikova (have kept 5 for later) so will do my best to keep you updated as best I can for the moment.
  12. I use cool tubes and have found an easy way to give them much better reflection. Using what they come with as standard I think is a waste of time and money; I have also found that the 150mm cool tubes give much better light than the 125mm. But being that I am new to indoor growing, it might be better to test that out for your self. So here are some photos showing how I have adapted my cool tubes. Tools that I found would be useful in one way or another for making my reflecting device. This was a cheap 5 pound reflector from my local grow shop (discounted because damaged). I removed all parts and bent the bulb holder out. COOL TUBE. With very careful measuring using a measuring devise I marked out where to make my new hole. MAKE HOLES (I used a masonry drill bit, I know bad girl but it did the job). Bolt the new REFLECTOR to the cool tube (using original hangers). Hey presto you now have a supper duper amazing reflecting device ready to charm all those lovely LADY'S.
  13. Hi Albin69, I am english and live in France, my french is a little better than most, donc si tu veux parler en français, envoi-moi un MP.

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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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