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Romeu9

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    Best Green House Strains I Ever Grew
    White Lemon, King's Kush, Arjan's Haze #3, Kalashnikova, White Rhino... just a few of all the wonderful strains from Franco and Arjan!

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    I've learned almost everything I know about growing here at this forum, with the help of interventive users through posts and replyes. I will try to help others the same way, the better I can.
    Always looking forward to learn a bit more each day here, and making more friends to have them taking part on the true Strain Hunters forum family!

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  1. Hey. Plants looking good but they still can get a litlle more feeding. The slight light green in the midlle of the leaves indicate that. But it can be because of the rain (water with no nutrients ) if you had any recently, If not, give them a slight higher dose of nutrients. In my opinion they all are good to start flowering. If you get lots of direct sunlight you should paint the pots white or cover them with white plastic so the water does not evaporate too quickly in hot days. Fast drying due to hot sun and high temps due to the black pots can lead to salt build ups in the s
  2. A few years back the main energy of this forum was the pop up chat..Online users could chat in a main chat and that fueled the usage of the forum...Chat and smoke was great! Chat should be back to help the forum get back up! Take care
  3. Welcome to the SH forum! Amazing looking buds and plants! Keep in touch! Take care
  4. Hey. It seems overwatering. Try letting them realy dry up without any dampness and next water the no more than 0.40 gallons (1.5Liters) Dominant sativas like less water. 10% of the total of the pot should be the maximum at each watering, in this case Sativa dominant 1.5L should be enough, pay attention that it will reduce time until next watering. Let me know Take care
  5. Hey. All 10 or still just one at this time?
  6. Hi guys! How you all been doing? Long time from the last time I came here! Cheers to all! (no Dust not to you, you still suck no matter how much time it have passed... karma's a bitch) See you soon, Take care.
  7. “The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.” – Carl Sagan

  8. The advice is to use a cleaning solution or storage solution (wen in storage), but if we don't have any of those two they recomend to use tap water instead of distilled water.
  9. White Lemon is the best strain from GH, from the ones I already tryed, here's why: White Lemon Grow Report GH White Lemon is a very vigorous and very stable strain with a rubbery characteristic of the stem and grows tall, being ideal for SCROG grow setups and Supercropping. Two phenotypes are noticeable in this strain, with a third pheno much more ocasional. Leave shape is Indica-like despite the height grow rate of a Sativa. This factor, wide and dark leaves, will help this strain to deliver her dense and tight buds in flowering period. Bud's smell is distinctively lemony, the one from th
  10. Thanks Sizla! The info that came with the new ph tester I bought says that we shouldn't use distillate water on it.. But what you wrote makes sense to me too, if I didn't read the info I would do it for sure! Take care
  11. Hi Chronixx! If you are already growing plants with new soil with a ph around 5.5 to 6.5, this means you don't have to correct it, it's ready to use just like that! If the soil is proper for growing plants you realy don't have to worry about correcting it! The only thing you need to correct is the ph of the water for the feeding solution: Check the actual ph level of the water before start using it (normaly the ph value of the water have a higher value than the plants will need), so, usualy you should put some drops of ph down before mixing the nutrients (around 1 or 2 drops per 1.5L/2L
  12. Good to hear from you Tokage! Thanks for the input guys!!! I had to buy a new one, here it is: http://www.adwainstruments.com/site/component/content/article/131