Jump to content
Washington Football Team Logo


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Fresh8686

  1. Anybody here ever try blissfull wizard from cookiemaine? From what I read it’s shown thc levels around 35-37% and is super strong. I’m not really into thc % being this ultimate thing to judge quality and prefer terp profile/entourage effect, but I’m super interested in this one. It’s also supposed to be really positive and uplifting without being racey or whatever.
  2. It depends on what the grower is trying to do. That short veg time is mostly for breeders doing pheno hunts or personal growers who care more about variety than yield. In the first case the ruderalis genetics in auto’s will be a no go for breeders who are looking to cross photo-periods. Further there are genetic issues with the dominant and recessive genes within ruderalis plants that make certain crosses problematic which get in the way of selecting certain traits and getting them to carry over down further generations. For personal grows with variety in mind it can be har
  3. Yes, people keep mother plants in a perpetual veg state so they can take clones. People can also re-veg previously harvested plants if they really like that phenotype, however it takes awhile and you have to keep a couple bud sites on there so they can make the transition. The amount of time to veg is so varied and is super context sensitive. However most people veg from 30-90 days with most doing it for 60 unless they’re pheno-hunting or doing sea of green, where they will veg for 30 days or even less. I’ve seen some people go straight to 12/12 after a couple weeks of seedling stage
  4. If you pick Northern Lights I recommend AK Bean Brains stock. He’s got a massive library of old school seeds like beatrix choice, skunk and northern lights. I’ve got his NL#5xTriangle KushxHaze (NL Dom) strain on my wish list. Apparently the **** is so strong it’ll make some people pass out, which is partly due to its medical benefit of lowering blood pressure in the body. I don’t know if it’s a good strain for beginners to grow though. I haven’t checked on that aspect yet.
  5. Man I ****ing love all the different flavors of weed. It’s such an incredible plant. We’ve got this gelonade which is lemon tree x gelato and the limonene terp has such a strong lemon flavor that it coats your tongue and is so damn delicious. We’ve also got some strawberry banana (strawberry bubblegum x banana Kush) that is like this super sweet strawberry bubblegum flavor that goes great with elbow farms maraschino cherriez and this other sweet dessert strain called Nice Cream. I’ve been learning some cool stuff about mono vs poly terpenes and how different ones
  6. @Simmsy CalMag is a decent quick fix quite a few people use and might be worth a shot. Lolipopping or defoliation is something that is done with healthy plants in the last couple weeks of veg or the first week of flower so that energy is focused to the main bud sites and allows for better air circulation below the canopy. However, this is a stressor and not the time at all for dude to be doing that and these plants aren’t being given time to properly recover.
  7. Ah, good to know. I wouldn’t be surprised if trump still goes after him. Purely for the fact that Desantis is getting attention that trump thinks should belong to him.
  8. I'm looking forward to when the whole Trump turning on DeSantis thing really gets going. Trump's a coward ass **** who can't stand competition and will go after anyone taking his shine.
  9. It’s easier to start with one strain at a time because they will tend to have similar feeding needs and should flower around the same amount of time versus juggling different plants with different feeding and flowering schedules. It takes a couple runs with most strains to really get them dialed in and learn how heavy or light a feeder they are, how much they stretch during flower, how stress and pest/mold resistant they are, etc.
  10. @Simmsy Damn, I’m sorry to hear that. It’s the accumulation of multiple stressors in quick succession and not being able to have the time and space to recover. The biggest challenge new growers have is leaving the plants the **** alone. They want things to go well so badly and they don’t realize the plant does the work and we just facilitate their needs and stay out of their way. Why the hell did this guy top the plants? Topping is high stress training and is often done after the plants have shown a 5th or 6th node and are in bigger size pots. Even in healthy conditions t
  11. I wouldn’t mess with it. Give it more time to stabilize and then reassess. Depending on pot size, plants will run through the nutrients in their soil in like 4-6 weeks. So just keep an eye on things and look for your plants to get that really healthy dark green/black color where just the tips of the leafs are curled slightly down/inwards. If after a week or two it doesn’t reach that point you might want to think about topdressing your soil and giving it some nutrients. Keep in mind that organics are slow release amendments so you want to be ahead of the curve to get the timing right.
  12. It depends on what’s in the soil you’re using. I would make sure your ph is on point and let your plants recover a bit from the overwatering and then reassess. You don’t want to make too many changes too quickly until you have a better idea of what’s going on and what’s needed to fix things. One of the biggest challenges when growing is fighting the need to do too much, especially when there are problems. Sometimes chasing a solution to a problem makes solving it that much harder. If you need to adjust your ph you can use baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Later on you ca
  13. Ah okay, well I highly doubt the soil they sold you will carry you all the way through harvest without amending with nutrients. Even the highest quality soil mixes require amending at some point unless we’re talking about 20-30 gallon pots of soil that have been enriched over multiple growing cycles. I build my own soil mix and use the following recipe. Maybe this will help in the future as a template. Many soil mixes call for a 33/33/33 ratio but I’m growing in 5 gallon fabric pots so I increased my aeration and lowered my worm poop. I also have custom made foliar sprays to use week
  14. Sounds like a plan. I hope things turn out well for you all. If you don’t mind me asking, what kind of soil are you using and what level and kind of aeration? Ive found that the smaller the pot the greater the need for more aeration which makes me have to amend some of the ratios I see in soil recipes on the internet.
  15. From what I’ve seen well grown is well grown, regardless of the method. However, once you get an understanding of the dynamics in play and build your soil right, imo organic is easier, cheaper, and much better for the environment. The soil actually gets better overtime and when you polycrop and companion plant it auto-buffers ph, is drought and overwatering resistant, and pest resistant. I’m more comfortable with my organic foliar sprays, plain waterings, and top dressings rather than mixing a bunch of chemicals and navigating all the different brands. Plus, at the end of
  16. What is the ph of your water and are you de-chlorinating your water before feeding? The below table will give you an idea of what nutrients and minerals get locked out at different ph’s. In organic grows, oyster shell and gypsum are used for both the minerals they provide but also because they are natural ph buffers. Fluctuations will naturally occur as things breakdown within the soil, but you want to make sure your initial waterings have the correct ph and nothing in it that swings the soil too far in any direction. You can naturally ph up/down your water with baking
  17. He only matters if he flips and the question is, are all these charges going to carry enough jail time for a 70 something year old to flip on Trump? He will be the corroboration substituting in for the lack of Trump emails.
  18. Seems like the prosecution was sand bagging leading up to this? Those seem much more serious than some minor charges.
  19. I highly recommend gorilla grow tents, they’re top quality. Electric Sky LED’s are what I’m using and I like them much better than the old school HPS lights for ease of use and heat management. They’re top of the line as well and same for the ac infinity fans with a carbon filter. You will definitely need that if growing because the girls get stinky. As far as yield that is highly dependent on whether growing indoors or outdoors, the size of the pot/container used, light quality, grow space, environment quality, how long you veg, whether you train and top for more colas, and of cours
  20. If you have any questions about growing I’ll try and help you out if I can. Auto flowers can be finicky and don’t give you time to properly train during vegetation, so you might want to weigh the pros and cons before diving in. Photoperiods are easier to manage in my opinion and it’s not really that difficult to go from 16/8 light cycle in veg. to a 12/12 for flower in a grow tent. You just get a timer for your light and flip your plants to 12/12 after 30-90 days of veg. Depending on cultivar and height restrictions since plants tend to stretch a couple feet or more during flower.
  21. Does anyone watch Mr. Canucks Grows on youtube? I posted a link in spoilers just in case, but I think he's got some of the best organic grows on there, definitely from a production standpoint. My wife and I are growing two of the strains shown in this video starting in July, the banana butter cups and the wedding cake x banana butter cups from Square1 Genetics. Buds look frosty as ****.
  22. I feel like one underrated quality we absolutely missed last year was the chemistry between Allen and Ionnidas. I can’t wait to see them back together and stunting off each other.
  • Create New...