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Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by Finshaggy, Jul 26, 2017.

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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

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    I don't remember the specifics but I remember the general point and carrying out of this experiment, and you can look it up if you want. So the monkey on the left was fed everything it wanted, there was no restriction on anything and it could do whatever it wanted with food for like 20 years.

    The monkey on the right was denied food, was sometimes basically starved and not allowed proper nutrition. And obviously it is much more vibrant. It's genetics within 1 lifetime became more vibrant based on nutritional abuse, and the next generation, according to epigenetics, will be even more prepared for abuse, and will be more vibrant with or without abuse.

    That is Epigenetics. Please try to wrap your head around it.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    When you grow Feminized Marijuana plants, or Regular plants and kill all the males. And you deny them the ability to create seeds before the time they think is Winter, before the time they think they are going to die. You are stressing them. And we ALL know the way to make seedless dank weed, is to kill the males.

    We all know stress is good for plants. We (you) are just denying that it can be beneficial in breeding.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    Another more Blatant example of Epigenetics.

    Ebola.
    Ebola only kills a certain percentage of people infected, everyone else survives. And they can never become infected again, so often times the people who are treated of Ebola in a Hospital and survive, become the people who treat the new people who are infected, because they can not become infected. And it has either been theorized or proven (look it up) that people who have plague markers in their DNA are less susceptible to dying from Ebola. So the people who have had the plague in their ancestry have markers which protect them from Ebola, and people with Ebola can for sure proven to not ever get infected with Ebola again. So we can assume that the offspring of Ebola survivors will have this marker on their DNA as well.

    There is also a type of Cow, like a Blue Holland Cow or something like that, or Bluegrass Holland Cow or something, someone talk to a Cow expert or DNA expert and figure this out, but I read about it before. There is a Blue Holland Cow or something that has a Virus DNA, and it created a new breed of Cow, it even looks different from its parent breed, and the only difference is that it has a Virus in its DNA markers.

    This is Epigenetics, and you people learning about pH levels and humidity and temperature are missing the whole point.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    I'm trying to find those Cows I am talking about, and it may be the Belgian Blue Cattle but I am making sure.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

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    mackdx

    mackdx Well-Known Member

    I wonder if finshaggy is Rev the natural's sock puppet...
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    All the Lights are here, just waiting on the last of the seeds to show up. So I will start a thread with pictures of everything soon.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    Has anyone ever grown or tried Banana Crack before?
     
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    ovo

    ovo Well-Known Member

    Hey Fin, one thing I thought of regarding your deliberate stress gardening, is that when you allow for drought, if you're growing mainly organic, your microbes may die off some in the process.
     
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    QtrNdaPuss

    QtrNdaPuss Well-Known Member

    maybe it kills off the weak ones but then the strongest are left and all their microbe babies are gonna be stronger in the long run?
     
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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    Really? The Dream time of the Australian Aboriginal is far older.

    Thats why I dislike religious zealots. You believe what you choose to and ignore facts.

    Good luck with your grow.
     
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    ovo

    ovo Well-Known Member

    perhaps, but i'll stick with identifying this as a significant limiting factor for a plant that only has approximately 3 months to reach its potential.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    I am basically doing organic, just Fox Farm and Silicate, but I am not really worried about Microbes and all that. I know they are a big deal, and I am pretty sure I have a book about them somewhere, as well as a book about Bacteria. But I am not too worried about it for this grow.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    I don't see why this is so hard to understand for some people, you are the second person to bring this up. That is the short version of my argument, and the full segment talks about how India has not had it's people over-run by invaders, or replaced by a new culture, or anything like that. The Aboriginals have been conquered by the Australians, they do not have a Nation like the people of India do.

    The other person said Native Americans. Sorry for not posting the entire thing, I was just trying to make it short. I didn't mean for you to try to argue tangents (not even the main point) lol.

    Good luck with your mental state.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    Also, notice the phrase "World Religion" in the post. So actually you just read it wrong, it was not my fault at all. It is the only WORLD Religion that has survived Abraham, Jesus and Muhammed. That is simply a fact.

    And you could argue "But Buddhism", and that is why I said "Ancient World Religion" Buddhism is only 600 years older than Christianity, so not really Ancient.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    Btw, the last of the seeds should get here in the mail today. So I will make a grow thread today with pictures and everything.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    Btw, I don't know how many people realize this, but I have been growing indoors (even on this website) for 7 years now, and while you guys would like to believe that I am bad at growing, the fact is that this will be the first grow where I will have more than like 100W-300W (I had a 100W HPS) for flowering. So anyone who thinks I don't know what I am doing is going to be very disappointed.
     
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    cat of curiosity

    cat of curiosity Well-Known Member

    arguably, lol... pix or...?
    so, your first ''real'' grow... how do you know if you are good or bad at growing?
    we aren't going to be holding our breath, lmao...

    print this for your back wall, extra indoor sun!
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    :lol:

    You have seen the pics. Maybe you weren't here, but you may remember when my first grow turned out small, mostly because by the end I was flowering with the Light sideways, not from the top, because the plant got to big and I had to move it somewhere where there was no place to put the light above the plant.

    But even the first grow on this website turned out good, and everyone had to say that the trichombs were "mold" in order to cover up the fact that the buds had turned out really frosty for Mexican bagseed.

    :lol:

    I have not had a bad grow.
     
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    Finshaggy

    Finshaggy Well-Known Member

    After that it was just "You germinated in Rice?!?!?" and "You are using razor blades on your plants?!?!?!" or "You are letting some plants die without water?!!?!?!?!?"

    There was never a bad grow. You guys just freaked out about what I was doing.
     
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