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  1. 2weeks now into flower. Its starting.
    8 points
  2. Our mods and I decided to judge this month's winner as our entries were pretty low this month and we're only offering the single prize. Fortunately the decision was unanimous! OUR WINNER IS @Orcanic I'll be messaging your coupon code to you shortly. Congrats!
    5 points
  3. Not much to report, day 11 of flower. Maintaining good moisture and we not leaving any plants behind. I've probably got the most stretchy pheno (must be the slurri shinning through) and also the most compact one (which I really want to nurture and make sure she still get adequate light - never know what she might look like). Onto the next couple.
    5 points
  4. Just a few more random extraction pics
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  5. Monster cropped with no training
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  6. If you are interested, let me know! Collection is preferable due to the weight and size - shipping would not be easy or cheap. Item: DeLonghi 12 000 BTU portable aircon (cooling & heating) Price: R2 500 Condition: Good, works 100% but does not have a remote. I still have the ducting for the hot air. The DeLonghi has not been used in the grow room, so usage has not been 24/7 and has been limited to summer in the bedroom (mostly at night for a bit). Item: GMC 12 000 BTU portable aircon (cooling, heating & drying) Price: R3 500 Condition: Great! Has the remote & ducting. SOLD Item: Defy 12 000 BTU portable aircon (cooling, heating & drying) Price: R1 800 Condition: Fair, a bit noisy if the fan swivels and the cap for the water tank has been lost. Still have the ducting though and the aircon works perfectly otherwise. SOLD
    3 points
  7. Special order done for a client 400mg each lindt chocolate and cashew with grape diamond terpenes added for flavor NB , all cannabis used is the client's cannabis and I only process it as a service and no THC is paid for or sold .
    3 points
  8. Welcome dude. You'll get plenty of advice on this forum. I totally love growing my outdoors and am also excited for the new season around the corner. On the other hand I absolutely can't stand autos. But that's just me. Enjoy your time around here
    2 points
  9. @CreX Don't just like it, come give me your money and take one!
    2 points
  10. Looking nice and healthy bud!
    2 points
  11. Hi Gents. Still chugging along in veg, I removed alot of growth tips in an an effort to try get the stems longer. This has worked to an extent as I have 8 main colas now, with 2 two in front being the ones that need to catchup to the rest. She gets fed twice a week, 0.7ec 6.4 Ph. Very green, the leaves are like leather, There are roots shooting out the bottom of the pot and I wasn't planning to repot, but think I should because my flower tent is only going to be available in a months time? I have a 40l fabric pot ready to go, she is in a 15 atm. Sent from my SM-A715F using Tapatalk
    2 points
  12. Finally signed up after a good ole' lurk. Love gardening but a total noob at cannabis. Giving two autos a go. They got klapped by a freak berg wind after I transplanted, so they are back inside getting 6-7hrs of direct sunlight. I knew autos can be small, but damn. flowering already. I have no idea how far along they are... Anyway, cant want to learn more from the pro's. I will be doing my first proper outdoor grow come Sept/Oct.
    1 point
  13. Congrats @Orcanic , nice image @The_StonedTrooper 's entries were also bloody tight in the running i'd say
    1 point
  14. It was aesthetically pleasing to the eye Congrats @Orcanic
    1 point
  15. Congrats. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
    1 point
  16. sorry to let you down there @PsyCLown
    1 point
  17. This is some insane training and for the time allocated. Madness
    1 point
  18. I am not very good at getting my head explained in text and I appreciate and welcome the conversation and corrections where I think I am saying one thing but people read it as something else . I love stimulating conversations I can see how how the library comment could be taken badly , in my head I was just trying to put across the importance of keeping records
    1 point
  19. Feels like we had this conversation not too long ago @PsyCLown
    1 point
  20. This is interesting, how did you find that out?
    1 point
  21. Now that is pretty [emoji7] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  22. Hmm, yes and no. I really feel it depends on what you are using, if one is using plain coco (with or without perlite) and using some good nutes such as GHE, simply PHing your feed correctly and following the feeding chart on the bottle gets you pretty much where you need to be without issues and consistency will be phenomenal. Very simple and easy. Although if you try do your own thing and are not 100% sure about what you are doing, it can be dangerous and you can quickly run into issues - but the issues can generally be fixed quickly too. When using soil, there are soo many variables. Whatever the compost is being made of will change the composition of the nutes in the soil and slight tweaks to the quality of the amendments and other ingredients being added to the soil mix will change it. Consistency is not always there, the bigger soil brands are typically a bit better with their consistency ("cannabis soil"). Then the differences between soil brands is huuuuge and will cause all sorts of issues if one purchases an inferior soil. However with a good soil, there is often more room for error as underfeeding can be supplemented by the nutes in the soil and they often add amendments to help buffer the soil (not perfect) and so forth. I think for me, the inconsistency and never quite knowing with soil is what leads me to go for coco, along with the quicker growth and coco being a cheaper medium (store bought soil vs store bought coco). If something is consistent, even if it is not perfect (not saying this is the case), you at least know and can work around it and plan for it. Inconsistencies introduce a whole new ball game into play and the it becomes are bigger challenge and are often a lot more difficult to pin point and remedy. So I guess to sum it up. There are pros and cons to both. Coco can offer better consistency than soil, can be super easy to grow in although when experimenting or not following what works you can run into issues quickly. I like to think of Coco as a blank canvas. Soil on the other hand, consistency can be pretty good too and offers a buffer of sorts but if shit hits the fan, it can often be more difficult to pin point the cause of the issue and remedy it. Perhaps more of a bicycle with training wheels, when the wheels fall off it can be a bit chaotic. Ultimately, you need to know what you are doing and what you are working with. Experience will ensure one can pick up on issues quickly as well as pin point them and remedy them.
    1 point
  23. I just use 2 drops of sunlight dishsoap per litre.....
    1 point
  24. HIGH EVERY ONE Day 55 12/12 DAY 7
    1 point
  25. Hey PsyClown, please may I liberate you of the OG Kush by ETHOS?
    1 point
  26. Good evening!! Cutting it close with my pictures here!! As you can see I have staked and trellises the plants, I may just need to tighten the trellis up alil... But that's for tomorrow... Or later lol... This plant definitely outgrew her companion Bananuims but let's see the pudding
    1 point
  27. Our local landrace populations are hermie riddled, tall sativas, and not worth breeding with indoors. They don't suit my taste and preferences
    1 point
  28. I see you boys came to play!! I had to actually sit down and think about this for a second, how bad could one sip really be?? for a 120w qb..... hmmm yeah I have to say in all seriousness thank Big G for the difference in "could" and "should" a food grade product is safe to take a sip from in a unfortunate event, so you "could" sip from it, but also shouldn't be doing it for fun, my health comes first so this offer does not apeal to me it is a clear liquid and looks alot like water untill you mix it with water and it turns milky. the way we used it on the farm you would have guys pour out small quantities in water bottles to transport, because we would mix this into everything that we spray, so you would find the bottles all over, atleast once a week someone will sip from it, never had trouble
    0 points
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