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Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by Madagascar, Aug 7, 2016.

    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i could get in trouble for telling you all this, but the real reason tents and growrooms are supposed to be lightproof is so you can't see the weed gnomes that come in the middle of the night cycle and put fresh trichomes on all your plants.
    if you leave them cookies and scotch, they'll make your plants extra frosty

    budman111 Well-Known Member

    Avoid super high price nutrients claiming to 'work for Cannabis'

    MickeyMackWood Member

    Truth. My 'Jacks Classic' works just peachy.

    A little (or a lot :) ) of LST can go a long way. <Bushes :)

    Madagascar Well-Known Member

    you youse bloom booster for flowering?
    what recipe for your plants do u do?

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Best advice ......

    Deny .... Deny .... Deny

    MickeyMackWood Member

    I alternate between all purpose and bloom boosters the first 2-3 weeks of flowering at half dose to keep up the nitrogen. Then straight bloom booster at full strength (1/2 tsp/gallon sometimes a little more). The last 2 weeks or so I hold off the nutes and use molasses, start with half a table spoon/gallon and end with 2. No real schedule as you can see, just whenever seems right.

    Don't overthink it! Its not a science, it grows naturally!
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    RM3 Well-Known Member

    After legalization in Colorado Jack's actually made a fert for cannabis it's called AquaGold
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    MickeyMackWood Member

    Loose lips sink ships!

    Don't be 'that guy' that tells everybody and their brother what you have going on. I swear, 95% of people incarcerated for growing (of anything for that matter) tell on their selves in some way.

    cannapharm Well-Known Member

    trics mature faster on sugar leaves than on the calyx. Probably not super advanced cultivation advise but thats what Im seeing on day 57 of flowering....
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    Madagascar Well-Known Member

    When drying go the full 6 days, or try to get there . Makes a huge difference
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    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member

    In potting mixes it is best to wait til the pot is alarmingly light to water.

    Best advice as a new grower for me was to wait one more day when I thought I should water.

    I now use half the water I used to and get twice the growth.

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    I like marijuana ..and the earth is round
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    Budddha Well-Known Member

    Don't count on your wife or gf to water even if they agree. They will not give one fuck when your plants are dead. Smh
    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    the earth is spherical, the tray i roll spliffs on is round
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    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    I am in a different situation my wife would promptly smack me over the head with a shovel if I didn't take care of the garden ........infact sometimes I have to tell her in a nice way to leave me alone about the garden ......she's the type that would love them to death for sure ...but I guess it could be worse ....I see your point though no nobody loves your plants as much as you ...that's a fact
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    bryangtho Well-Known Member

    The best tip I can give for indoor growing is be just as concerned with your low temp as your high temps. I just see so many growers so concerned about high temps. To me the lower temp is just important if not more important then higher temps. That's just for your flowering not so important for veg
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    Auzziebuddy Member

    Your yield and quality is directly affected by how much time and effort you put in.
    Read as much as you can, then re read it and understand it.
    Less food is more. NFT and I alway try and stay on the dropping side of the ec. I.e if the water drops and ec rises too high. I like ec to stay at 1.4 then drop with or faster than the water level.
    Don't remove leaves, let the plant decide what it doesn't need. They are the engines that supply your baby. Under screen stuff is ok but not needed.
    There is no 1 important thing. ph, ec, temp (canopy and room), humidity, air flow and air renewal, light ( spread, distance, coverage) feed rate and make up, etc should be treated as 1 check to make sure they're all exactly where they need to be.
    Change res every week. You're using less food than they say so it's no big deal. 2 changes uses less food than the companies schedule for 1 change.
    Read until you understand how to read the plant without checking anything else. They will tell you exactly what they want and when they aren't happy.
    Don't over complicate, they've been growing for thousands of years without help, as my mate says "it's not rocket surgery"
    Plus make up your own mind. Opinions are like a clit every cunts got one.
    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    it is, however, brain science

    budman111 Well-Known Member

    Got any proof? ;-)
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

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