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  1. Thanks @Cannabissapean for the "mention". Wow! @Flogrown66, impressive results. Sorry about the bud rot. I see that your temps were at 82Ā°F and humidity at 46%. I would suggest that upon your plants entering flowering stage, it would be best to allow (or to push) your temps and humidity lower to prevent bud-rot. This also mimics the conditions that the plant would optimally experience as it enters Fall. So, what are you going to grow next? Something from GreenHouse?
  2. Well, don't let it bum you completely out. Even females that go to seed will still have decent amounts of THC in the flowers to make them worth harvesting, trimming and curing. Any seeds that you get, you could still use in an outdoor guerrilla grow next year, or if you don't want them, just give the seeds away to friends, not as premier seeds, but rather as just bag seeds.
  3. That is very possible. Yes, stress can certainly do that. It has happened to me a number of times, usually when I failed to check the plants for a time, and they nearly dried out. Also, it may have to do with the strain. Some strains are more prone to hermie-stress than others. And some strains will simply hermie with no stress at all. There is also pH-stress, if the pH was way off for one of the waterings. Hermie can also come from wild swings in temperature, or from long duration in temps cool or warm. And hermies can occur in beautiful female
  4. Defanning or in other words, removing the fan leaves from the lower 1/3 to 1/2 of the plant is a useful practice for indoor grows. Why? 1. In most indoor grows, the light sources are in a fixed position above the plant. This results in those lower leaves sitting constantly in the shadow of the upper leaves and colas. The plant expends energy and resources to keep those lower fan leaves alive, while those shadowed leaves are unable to sufficiently perform photosynthesis to return their "fair share" of energy and resources back to the plant. For outdoor grows, the Earth spi
  5. Look really close to see whether somewhere on the plants there might be a hermie node. Or, possibly a neighbor might have a male that produced pollen, and on a windy day, possibly that pollen was blown your way. Even in a tent, there are inlet vents where the pollen can get in, sucked in by your extraction ventilator.
  6. Hey gasmeter, That's really neat with the Root Pouch system. I think that system is also known under the name of Air-Pots by a different manufacturer. I imagine that nearly any semi-porous material could be sewn together to achieve a similar result. I have a question, though. Is it recommended to keep the pot completely separated from the bottom surface? Is it better that the material pot does not sit in the run-off from the feedings?
  7. @ganjalover, I fully agree that nothing in that video ("Timelapse of the Future: A Journey to the End of Time") can be proven. But it is so fun to imagine.
  8. We humans may think that we are an advanced species, but I assure you that we have a long way to go before we could ever master the universe. To master the universe, we must still overcome time and space such ways that we could travel to distant planets or star systems fast enough and with life-support systems sufficient enough that it would make sense for us to do so. But in the meantime, do take a look at what we have been able to accomplish, albeit so simple in concept, but still at the limits of our current technology and programming abilities. Be astounded by wha
  9. Ahaaaa, this is one of my favorite TOPICS. Thank you @g22 for opening this journal. Even though our Earth is already 4,5 to 5 Billion years old, it is estimated that the Universe is some 15 Billion years old. But that is not really that old. The future holds more time for the universe than the past. We are still in the Infancy-Phase of the Universe. Get ready to be blown away and watch how the universe will end. Be patient. It will take trillions of trillions of trillions of years. Here you can see it sped up. Enjoy the ride...
  10. In most countries, the laws are similar. If the laws and enforcement are too strong, then they are unfair. Mankind has developed alongside this plant, and this plant has improved through the thousand years alongside mankind. That's evolution. But what remains is the question: Does one have the self discipline to accept the responsibility for being a parent? Or does one have the tendancy to lose one's self control and allow a recreational drug to control one's life? If so, then such a person IS unfit to raise children. That would be true regardless of any drug, sim
  11. @Sensation, I know that we do have some Thailander as members here, only I cannot remember who they are. You might try writing another "Introduce Yourself" and ask for someone from Thailand to respond to you. Be sure to use a Title for the post that might attract the specific attention that you want.
  12. Hey Stoned zero, Sorry for the loss of your plant to the cops, but thankfull that they didn't create more trouble for you. Your farmer friend seems to have some talent for super-cropping. Maybe try again later, but be careful. Maybe a guerrila-grow somewhere else? Good Luck.
  13. Welcome to StrainHunters, @stevea1245 from the uk. Yes, hopefully everyone has a great new year. Are you growing anything? If so, open a journal and show us.
  14. WOW! What an Introduction!!!! @Conrad, please open some journals with us. We want to see how you do that.