Discussion in 'Organics' started by Mohican, Jan 16, 2017.
Always love your taste descriptions bro...
I swear this plant was showing female around June.
Time to do some chopping.
Damn, hate it when that shit happens
kinda looks like hops, pretty plant
She was on the male I chopped. Moved her to the Blula female.
The house tiger eliminated this grasshopper. Good kitty.
Post chop garden:
Good house tiger!
OK - I just gave a dose of Maui Wowie pollen or two to the plants. The sun is finally coming out from behind the marine layer and I can get some pics. See you in a few.
Garden and flowers:
Very pretty, is that lavender? That's great for making bath bombs and incense. Happy growing.
Yes. It keeps the scorpions away also.
It's also an ingredient in my pain salve
OK - The Blula is not going to recover from the nute burn. Time to post the ugly truth.
U are using nutrient.I tought you where organic!
What happened? Sorry it did
Damn Mo that hella sucks. I feel your pain. I lost a beautiful Green Crack the same way
Fuck man that plant was HUGE, sorry you lost it Its really though when you put in the hard work only to have a pile of compost. Hopefully your other plants do alright! I really like your whole garden tho. Im trying to branch out and grow more varieties of plants too.
Damn Mo, yep, I would say its past recovery, nute burn ?
What did ya add ? Iv never seen any of your plants look anything like that.
The others don't look affected, so theres that...
Hi All. Thanks for the replies.
I am using the dry Alaska fish fertilizer. I poured the whole bag on top and soaked it. Between the heat and the shock it fried poor Blula.
I thought it would be fine because of how big the plant was. I grew a small plant in a one gallon container where the soil was half dry fish ferts. I never thought it would burn the plant.
I have plenty more Blula seeds so it isn't a total loss. Unfortunately it was the one that I wanted to get the Maui Wowie seeds from. All of the other plants seem to be doing great. The weather has settled down.
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