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About CreX

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    Vegging Bush
  • Birthday January 15

Grower Info

  • Current strains growing
    Aurora Kush, Dutch passion Blueberry, Creme Caramel, Chocolope
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    DWC Hydro for Veg, organic soil for Bloom
  • Preferred Lighting
  • Favourite Strains
    Super cheesy strains, but most of all, Blueberry... I would just about sell my soul to get my hands on a proper blueberry lady❀️
  • Grow Room Setup
    2 very separate rooms, germinate/clone to harvest in DWC, Veg(2x 150w halogen lights,250w high pressure soduim light), Bloom(400w metal halide light, and a 360w LED)
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Advanced nutrients, Nutriplex, living water with bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Indoors and Outdoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Joints, bong, pipes... Edibles.. Typical stoner

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  1. Sure capt, in the grow off updates page... Same thread has you change it to the 31st. I see it is updated everywhere and you can't actually miss it🀣 but because highchome thinks if I flip on the 24th, I'll have less than 8 weeks to flower, makes me think not everyone is aware.
  2. Okay sick... Just be careful of light burn at that close... You should see a major improvement in growth 😁
  3. Note that the comp end is 31st October... Not what it says in the comp rules. If I flip on the 24th...i still have 10 weeks before harvest.. @420SA please confirm the indoor comp end dateπŸ™πŸ‘Œ
  4. Iv actually pushed mine to the 24th August πŸ˜…
  5. Oh lol the clones... I'm still rubbing the crust out my eyesπŸ˜‹
  6. So you've flipped? Congrats yo, I think you're the first πŸ˜‹
  7. @SkunkPharmWhere is the pratley shop? This place is a ten min drive from my place πŸ˜‹ @420SAI'll check it out... A horticulture specialist referred me to this place so I'm hoping it's decent πŸ˜‹
  8. Wanna get better prices than your grow shop? Check these guys out for soil additives Www.sahorticulture.co.za Coco - R50 for 5kg Perlite - R240 for 100 litres Check it! Don't say I didn't say anything πŸ˜πŸ‘ŒπŸ™
  9. But how is it legal? Looking at their website, they say they have the same law firm involved that helped with the constitutional ruling. And that they "lease to you a grow space" Hereby making it your "personal space" and therefore legal to grow in. This still lacks licensing, and there doesn't look to be any way of actually proving their member count beyond reasonable doubt.. What if the constitution rules that you can only have, say, 5 plants max per household.. They seem to have a decent grow establishment, so bud should be decent... But still a year and a bit to go before we know what's happening with the laws, this shouldn't be allowed should it? While others are still prosecuted in their own homes for weed? It all seems just too unfair to those who have struggled.. I also can't find an address for the haze club? Surely a registered company should have an address?
  10. But what happens when they have a bad run... Or seeds don't germinate... Or they run into problems...... Lose everyone's plants... What happens when shit hits the fan for whatever reason? I would love to support these guys... But there are too many variables and risks where, me, the end user takes the brunt if it all falls down. I would personally love to grow for everyone in the world... But I can't... Legally... And maybe I'm jealous or something... But if I can't do it, they shouldnt be able to either
  11. Internet says... You are going to be diluting it anyways... So any milk is fine. But internet also says that it's the fats and proteins in the milk, so a higher protein milk is better... If you can get raw milk that hasn't been processed, I guess that milk would have the most diverse amino acids and proteins and bacteria and good stuff... But it's not so easy for me to get straight from the cow milk lol... PnP will have to doπŸ˜‚
  12. Iv found that my system only really stabalises after 2 weeks... And if I haven't been playing too much with the PH, then I barely need to adjust it after 2 weeks... Really just gooi some pH down when I top up the res after 2 weeks... I feel that the same way microbes and fungi keep the roots pH in the right zone in soil, also do a similar thing in hydro... No official research has been done.. But generally after 2 weeks... My pH seems to take care of itself
  13. One application, and the results were immediate, I use the efecto spreader/sticker that you can get from builders or where ever, and it works quite well.. As for the milk, it's not a miracle cure... Yes the results speak for themselves, but I'll prob need to do this a few times to completely get rid of it.. And now that iv tried it, it's no sweat to do it again... I'll prob try do it once a month... And switch it up with bicarb to reduce infection, also once a month... Then one week they get a Mg spray.. And one week a humic acids and kelp mix Let it rain down in Africa 😁
  14. Nice! And from what I have read, a bit of milk in your medium isn't bad... And 'some' people have tried it and say it works... Like I said... My one plant prayed so hard this morning... And it was the only plant that got some milk in the res... Now I'm not saying I'm endorsing it... But ima keep an eye on it and maybe run a test or three Keep me posted on how your ladies respond πŸ‘Œ
  15. I would have gone 50/50... It does leave a bit of a residue, but today I Foliar sprayed with some Epsom salts to wash it a bit.. Rehydrate the milk and try squeeze more goodness out of it haha.. More for a wash though... The research iv seen says results are great from a 20% solution... If cost was a factor... But at ten bucks, it's not. The work comes from the proteins and fats and amino acids in the milk... Another note is that the best results came from applying in the morning where there would be plenty sun... The effectiveness of the milk seems to be directly related to how much light it gets. On further inspection of my plants, I found one or 2 leaves that had been sprayed, but were under the canopy, and still had some PM on them... But absolutely nothing on all the top leaves that got the most light. So their theory seems to hold water this time...
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