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  1. My StrainHunters Bubbas, If you haven't yet experienced this before, then I am so happy to be able to introduce you to this wonderful artist. If I wasn't the first to bring this in here, errr... well then "Hippity Hoppitus Donut"! "Ownage Pranks" is a channel on YouTube. You will bust your gut for weeks upon weeks. Be sure to Subscribe to "Ownage Pranks" in YouTube, and also click on the bell to receive Russell's newest uploads. You'll thank me later. Better yet, just let me know right now with a "like" on this post AND a Message, and I'll try to keep posting in here the best of the best that I find on the Internet. Enjoy, Cannabissapean
  2. Aha, your're problems and mine are almost identical. I also have nosey neighbors and similar sun-times. I too have recently used a mix of indoor-to-outdoor grow-plan, and that with good success. Maybe we are neighbors.
  3. That would work only from seed to seedling for maybe 3 to 5 seeds. After that, you will need to increase intensity and coverage in order to maximise growth-to-cost ratio. Oh, you just quoted me...
  4. I think that I understand GangeMx. He has virtually no restriction in the grow area. I like to use fluorescent light for vegetation phase, and then High intensity LED-arrays for flowering. By the way, get your fluorescents while they are still available. They are now disappearing from the market shelves, being replaced by low intensity LED- tubes. The low intensity LEDs in the tube form do not have the growing intensity that we need, but the original Fluorescent tubes do. Have fun in your grow, GangMix. I look forward to further pictures of your Grow-Aufbau. Cannabissapean
  5. Congratulations, LedCherryBerry. Great Job.
  6. OK, this is nice. Sit back and relax, and watch this man build a log cabin all alone off-grid in the Canadian Wilderness. No power tools. Amazing. If you liked the movie with Robert Redford, "All is Lost", you'll love this video. Even better, because there is no hint of any loss at all. And if the server is unable to display the link as a hypertext, then here is the URL, just take out the spaces between the w's and paste it in your URL line, and it should work just fine. w w
  7. WOW, didn't know you were having such serious problems. Yeah, it sounds like a flush is in order. What I do is I take the potted plant to the bathtub, and I use the showerhead on a flexible hose to gently spray the soil for about 2 minutes. I repeat after 15 minutes, Then I repeat again after another 15 minutes. While spraying, if your tub is white, you can see the brownish/yellowish salts and soil chemicals draining away. Usually after the third spraying, it is running pretty clear. Then I let the pot sit in the tub to drain for a half hour or so. Then I return the plant to the lighted tent. After about 4 or 5 days, I resume feeding at about half to 3/4 strength for the first feeding, then full strength after another 2 or 3 days.
  8. @LedCherryBerry, you are right to question regarding mixing nutes, or better said, "alternating" nutes. (Obviously mixing nutes together and then feeding is like committing Cannabis suicide - similar to a person throwing various uppers, downers, Prozac, LSD, Heroine, and Bath Salts into a Gin and Tonic, slug it down, and then chase it with a beer. You aren't coming back.) It is often advised by virtually all nutrient manufacturers NOT to mix or alternate with other manufacturer's products, and also not to feed powder-feedings back-to-back or alternatively with liquid-feedings. But that's because they are trying to help you achieve maximum performance with KNOWN variables. Since they are promoting only their product, they have used only their product in order to achieve that qualification, and then they do their best to provide you with Tables to help you approach what they believe is the best application for the species plant. That is not to say that you won't be successful if you perform alternative feeding. But the results can be unpredictable, and the interactions among the various chemicals in the growing medium can be unpredictable. One must accept that if one begins alternative feeding or mixing, you're stepping into the unknown, and the results of the experiment are your own responsibility. I have alternated feeding in the past usually with success, sometimes with problems. My successes usually occurred when I was dosing WELL below the manufacturer's recommended dosages. My problems usually occurred when I was dosing at or near the manufacturer's recommended dosages.
  9. OMG! They upgraded me to Super MOD? Geez, I hope my head doesn't start ballooning. People are going to be afraid to talk to me. LOLOL Well, we'll just see how it goes for a while... AND YEAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! I CAN UPLOAD PICTURES AGAIN!!!!! WOOHOO! Thanks a million for getting that fixed,
  10. Oooooowee! Gooowey! That looks good!
  11. Curious, I checked backward quickly, but rushed since I was also writing in other areas. I didn't find it: What does DD mean? Oh, nevermind, just found it. DUTCH DRAGON!!!
  12. WOW! That's an impressive collection of specimens. Looks yummy
  13. Nice cropping and shaping. Keep up the good work...
  14. You are welcome, @ladybeth. Sorry about the delayed response. I imagine you're back home by now. I hope you had a good time while you were on Reunion. Did you ever find the Zamal?
  15. Gentlemen, A number of posts above have been "Reported" to us Moderators. I am informing you that the "Reports" as well as this entire TOPIC are now under Review by the Moderator Team. Thereby, a number of other Moderators may be involved in making a decision regarding these "Reports". I would highly recommend that you all calm down and refrain from using inappropriate language and offensive name-calling. There is nothing wrong with disagreeing with one another, just please do so in a civil manner. If there are any lies expressed, well, as misleading as they may be, there are no rules against expressing lies. But if those lies rise to the point of libel against another member, then we Moderators may have to step in. If you detect that another member is stating untruths, then just let it be. Or if it is so extremely important a theme that you feel compelled to express a counter-arguement, then simply Quote the questionable post into your next post and write your counter-arguement against their statement, and then leave it alone. If an untruth had been told, then it should be simply left to the readers to judge for themselves. In all fairness, when quoting another Member, please do not change any text of what the other had written. Further, in fairness to everyone who reads this, I shall state that every "Quote"-function within this forum is an "open-field" Quote-function, meaning that anything can be changed by the user who is performing the "Quote". As you might well imagine, that pretty much destroys any judicial value it may have, meaning that it would have absolutely no merit in nearly any court of law. But let us not speak about courts of law. I feel assured that if things go too far, the Moderators would step in. Members may be restricted or banned, and this Topic and any other Topics deemed necessary by the Moderators can be deleted. I have not issued a warning against anyone yet, hoping that you will find a suitable middle-course and resolve this in a civil manner. Thank you. Cannabissapean

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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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