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  1. Any pics on the other strains?
  2. New Update Day 5 Of 12/12....Things are getting full!!! Qleaner finally is filling in the scrog... Going to be adding 2 3500K bulbs this week...Going to do 2 6500K and 2 3500k mixture.... All advice from experienced scrogers is welcomed
  3. Very nice grow man congrats....I recently picked up the same pack you got Mix H pack....How was the smells on all of those strains....Lemon Skunk is something I'm looking forward to growing and the GWS... Keep it green man!!!
  4. New Update....Bumped up the feed on the sour cream last watering she has now greened up since the last update....Running her at about 1200 ppms...Qleaner has been bumped up to 1tsp per gallon and is takn things well no signs of burn...
  5. I'm going give them a another 2 weeks and I'll flip them....just to give the qleaner a lil time to fill in a bit more...
  6. Here is a lil update i know its been a while....Things are lookn good only downside is a few weeks ago i had to pull out my chemdog and replace it with a Qleaner....The Chemdog i had in there got super nutrient burn which turned out to be from my new coco i been using shit was full of salts..... Qleaner on the left and Sour Cream on the right....Sour cream is recovering she is s lil pale right now going to bump up the ppm's next watering on her.... Nutrients: MaxiGro PPMs 900 TapWater 160ppm Ph 5.8
  7. Just what i was lookn for Pi2 great information man!!!Glad you posted this very grateful
  8. Thanks Dust...
  9. Why don't they take off the auto start in the coding would make things a lot easier....Who does the editing for the site anyone know?
  10. Anyone watch The Walking Dead on AMC?
  11. anyone playing mw3 on ps3 add me MollyWhopBruBru Lets get a lil clan going i'm down...
  12. Maybe Franco can chime in on this but I want to know if there are really benefits of foliar feeding? I ask this only cause I did some research online and found some people say it does and others say it doesn't have a real effect on plants ..Is this correct? Anyone here foliar feed their plants and see a difference in growth?
  13. My outdoor Big Bud x Northern Lights autoflower....Had a purple pheno
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  15. Ok so here are some pictures to go with the tutorial to kinda give people more of a idea....First thing to do is fill smart pot with coco...This is Botanicare bag coco not brick...I still like to pre-wash my coco no mater what is says on the bag pre-washed or not.... I ran my tap water which is around 160ppm and the run-off was 600ppm...That proves you should pre-wash your coco for better results and will prevent problems in the future... Note: I use 2 gallon smart pots but you can use any size smart pot you like I personally wouldn't use anything bigger than a 5 gallon it makes it harder to squeeze water out of pot when its a bigger size pot.. This is a 2 gallon smart pot filled almost to the top...Leave at least 3 inches from top of pot this will help later when squeeze excess water from coco.. Next run Hot water through the coco at least for 30sec to a minute: After that you will want to squeeze the smart pot to force out all that nasty salts and dirty water from it...This will speed up the process by half the time instead of just regular flushing.Fold the top of the smart pot like this and squeeze it into a ball kinda like when you twist a towel to out excess water out... See the runoff water Nasty : Than repeat step 2 rinse hot water through coco for another 30-60 sec than squeeze again and repeat for at least 4-5 times...I like to do this til i see the runoff water almost completely clear this tells me the coco is almost in its purest form.. Now its time to put the nicely fresh rinsed coco in pots and transplant those clones Note: You do not have to use hot water cold water will do the same i just like to use hot so it can disinfect the coco at the same time...If you do go with the hot water technique wait a least a few hours before you use your coco hot coco will kill your plants if you try to transplant anything in it...ahahah so let it cool off a bit before using it... Hope this helps a few new coco growers out there! KEEP IT GREEN FELLOW GROWERS!

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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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