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Marzcanna

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  1. Marzcanna

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    Khamzat, what a fight. Been watching him since his early days and I always Blvd he was top 5 quality. This fight was his biggest challenge and I was really hoping he won even tho I had my doubts. What I can say is the man is a killer that can take a beating, I do think he lacks abit of technique in his stand up game but that will come with experience and training (look at how khabib improved his standup game) but it's safe to say that a guy with 4 fights in the ufc and entering the top 5 is unheard of so I'm happy for him, but watching him fight on sat I have to say that I don't think he's ready for the champ. But Atleast now we will know what he's made of, he can take alot from his win. Top 11 beating the 2nd best guy shows the potential this guy has, now he can learn and improve himself, id give him anther 2 fights in the top 5 before giving him a title shot. I honestly blv if he has to fight for the title now unfortunately I don't see him being able to take down Usman but give him anther 2 fights he may get enough experience. I won't be surprised if we looking at the next champ
  2. I think those cheap burple lights with the veg & bloom switches would get the job done, you might have to run them full spectrum but they work well for clones and seedlings and somewhat for veg aswel. Hardly any heat. T8s are always a good option. I have a similar setup using the old burples and when i move them into the flower room i just let them veg for anther 2 weeks under the powerful lights just to give them abit of size before flipping.
  3. The calyx does seem to be male. Possibly still early to tell
  4. Looks great in there ! The only thing is as you know when budget permits it is to invest in stronger lights, yes they can be pricey but they will pay you back in the long run with bigger and fatter buds for a few years. Welcome to the Fam!
  5. Well I'd be lying if I said that wasn't what I was getting when I first started
  6. Welcome, nice setup. Looking foward to future grows
  7. As @Naughty.Psychonaut already outlined, I also don't think heat alone is the problem, maybe a combination of things as he stated above. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think heat stress is usally indicated with crispy curling upward leaves, judging by the pics and this is a long shot without much info, it looks like continuous nute burn. But that's only one variation. Ph, water practices, very low RH, nutes, and heat can all play a part in the issue
  8. Most plants range around 8weeks after flower with the occasional strain doing it in 7 weeks but we all can agree it usally takes longer. A 9 week or 10 week seems to be the spot for most my plants, that's when I usally look at the tricomes
  9. I think @Ill_Evan is right, in theory aslong as the res is higher than the pots it should work. If anyone is up for trying it that would be good info for anyone trying to create more space in their grow room
  10. I would like to know your thoughts on the use of Leca / Hydro balls with autopots, we know it's recommended by the autopots company, but there's alot of growers who don't use them at all and say plants grow just fine. I did use them on all my plants but one on my previous grow and didn't see any negative effects, this current grow I have not used them at all and again I don't see any negative effects, the plants seem to be growing as normal. So what's your guys thoughts
  11. You can even add taps to every line going into the trays so you can turn each tray off individually if needed without having to turn off the whole system
  12. Just a quick note for the organic growers, you can do organic with autopots with great results, infact there's some debate weither or not organic in autopots grow faster and bigger than synthetics, from my previous grow comparing them both it definitely seemed to be the case but I won't go into much detail at this time (there's some articles on the net already covering this) So there's two main ways of using organic with autopots, 1. adding layers of ammendments throughout the soil and than top feeding when needed (I suggest turning the system off for a day so not to flood the trays) or 2. using liquid nutes in the tank with bigger valves (valve 5s). For op growth I would suggest investing in bigger valves regardless of what method you use and the new 20L fabric pots. The autopots have made my grows a "sit back and enjoy" vibe. Only going into the room once in awhile to check for any leaks or to top feed.
  13. The ideal temp is 16c, it's very difficult to do that during the hot season without an aircon, 23c isn't bad at all and and RH is on point, I would still dry trim for that extra moisture. Without an aircon or someway of bringing down the temps, our best bet is to focuss on RH and dry trim.
  14. They legit, I get my Dinafem from them
  15. Vaild points. I usally ammend with half to quarter of what I originally used. Seems to work great, I do leave out the rock phosphate, and only reammend it during flower in combination with some of previous ingredients
  16. I have a question if you don't mind. If you had to reuse your soil would you reammend with the same amendments and ratios or different ones?
  17. Yea looks good to me, similar to my own just differs on ratios and one or 2 ingredients, I think that will get you through veg and maybe until early flower, I do believe you will have to top dress again tho, hard to tell without "reading" the plants, but will be a good read to find out. Keep us updated
  18. Are those 5 L your final containers? I don't go anything less than 15L even with coco. More roots more fruits. All the best with your grow bro
  19. You got enough to start your own seed bank now
  20. If all fails, than make your own mix. Infact all soils you buy are made up of recipes, I used to spend alot on soil until I got into mixing my own and down a few years, I can honestly say there's nothing on the market that beats your own mix especially if going organic and you reuse it over and over. Decide on your base coco/soil (remember each have different requirements as to the frequent use of nutrients and watering) than do a 33% of soil/coco, 33% perlite, and 33% compost/earth-worm castings. That's mix will give you decent results if you decide to do a synthetic run if you want to do a more laid back grow you can go organic & add amendments to your mix (can also add some elemental blend which will have enough amendments) It's up to you what you prefer to use. Freedom Farms is a good brand if you want to skip the work of mixing your own soil but in the long run you get better quality for your money with your own mix. ("there goes Marzcanna blabbing about mixed soils again ) All the best for your grows
  21. Hey there, assuming you have success with germination and it's the seedlings you finding a trouble with than it could be a number of things so to rule them out I would start by asking you what type of medium are you using?
  22. Marzcanna

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    unfortunately I missed Charles and Dustin's fight, but im sure it must of been war, my money was always on Charles tho, the dude has been very impressive in his last fights and hes showing everyone exactly why hes the one holding the belt, the dude is a master at coming up with something crazy (usally a submission from no where) if not that than he ll pull out a crazy strike to knock you out, hes very unpredictable & that makes a fighter very dangerous in my opinion
  23. On Wednesday, the new “traffic light" coalition presented their plans for Germany. Under the motto “Dare to make progress", the parties presented a 177-page document that includes plans to introduce the controlled distribution of cannabis in Germany. Germany to commence with sale of cannabis Germany’s coalition parties - the SPD, the Greens and the FDP - have set out their vision for Germany in the post-Merkel era. Among other things, the parties’ coalition contract included provisions to ease the laws around the personal, recreational use of cannabis. The contract stipulates that the new coalition “will introduce the controlled distribution of cannabis to adults for consumption purposes in licensed stores.” The document goes on to state that this measure will “control the quality, prevent the circulation of contaminated substances and ensure the protection of minors.” Under current German law, cannabis plants can be grown, sold, owned, imported and exported. While private, recreational use of the drug is banned (although police do tend to turn a blind eye towards small amounts), medical cannabis has been legal since 2017. Do the health benefits outweigh the risks? It is hoped that the government regulation of cannabis will reduce the amount sold by street dealers, which is how recreational users most commonly purchase the drug in Germany. The German Cannabis Association has warned of the dangers of buying drugs from street dealers, suggesting that cannabis bought in this way is often mixed with other substances, such as sand, hairspray, talcum powder, glass and lead. Experts have also suggested that marijuana is sometimes contaminated with heroin or synthetic cannabinoids, which can have severe side effects. The director of the German Cannabis Organization, Georg Wurth, has said that the legalization of marijuana is unlikely to lead to a significant rise in consumption and subsequent unexpected health problems. “Since a significant increase in consumption is not to be expected, (an) increase in the various problems caused by consumption is not to be expected either,” he said. However, the move to legalise the sale of cannabis has drawn sharp criticism from politicians and health advocates. The CDU’s advisor on drug policy, Stephan Pilsinger, has accused the new coalition parties of running an “experiment on the health of our society and our young people." Experts have warned that the use of marijuana amongst young people can affect the central nervous system, which can lead to psychosis and schizophrenia. Sustained use of the drug has been linked to respiratory diseases and testicular cancer. Cannabis: An economic lifeline for Germany? As of yet, no decision has been made regarding the sale of recreational cannabis in Germany. The coalition wants to regulate the distribution of the drug, so as to better control who can buy the drug and the supply. So far, it has been suggested that cannabis could be sold in tobacco stores, pharmacies or even coffee shops, like those found in Amsterdam. Illegalizing marijuana also carries a financial incentive for Germany; a report by the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf found that legalizing's cannabis could generate around 4,7 billion euros every year in public funds, as well as create around 27.000 jobs. Wurth has argued that the prohibition of marijuana actually costs German taxpayers, as billions are spent every year on prosecuting those who deal the drug illegally. He also stated that the ban on cannabis “promotes organized crime by giving it exclusive access to a market worth billions.”
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