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pure shoreline Acapulco grow and seeding.

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by Rev.thenatural, Jun 24, 2017.

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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I had a giant Malawi Gold plant and the buds on one side smelled different than the buds on the other side.

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    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    ChefKimbo

    ChefKimbo Well-Known Member

    Once again, willful ignorance. You choose to forgo intelligence for a strawman argument.
     
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    bluntwrapp

    bluntwrapp Member

    WAS enjoying this thread so here goes.....
    assholes like @Heil Tweetler need to get a grip! If they really believed that the rev was full of shit they wouldn't even pay any attention to what he says.....obviously just feel threatened by new information that doesn't match their belief system and built an ego around being smart by the digestion of other peoples bullshit and justify their stupidity by spouting the same garbage they've been spoon fed........ I've personally practiced what Rev has to offer along with @RM3 's knowledge and have learned more from these two than any other book i've read on the subject and what more it is given for free!!! I've still got a shit load to learn but enjoying the journey...there is definitely a deep connection to these plants as i'm sure no one who is a member of this site can disagree, who hasn't spent hours in their grow space just chillin/watching/learning....enlightened by the bud :D ....and all the rev is saying is let the bud do its thing....give it the light spectrum it would get in the parts of the world it grows best or was first adapted, get the fuck out the way and WATCH,.....fuck your snake oils, magic potions, 10,000kw bulbs, synthetic fertilisers, DWC, hydro, aero yadada...... I don't even see any possible argument here for people....its well documented now and from quite a few people on this site that being left to ripen increases all these other cannabinoids which have varying effect on mind and body besides just the stimulating effect of crystal clear thc. It's well known that amber trichs have a more relaxing effect. So why is it so hard to accept that being left longer under the right conditions will increase the therapeutic effects???? What will happen if allowed by the pushing down of the information the rev is sharing is that these corrupt pharmaceutical industries will isolate these different cannabinoids taking away the synergistic effects of many being present in its natural state by this miraculous plant/tree and sell them to you and your family when your suffering and in pain so they can make billions of yours and your families hard earned cash!!!!! The only time they will do this is when they've found a way to relieve the symptoms without curing....that is their self serving modus operandi ad finitum!!!
     
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    kristoffolese

    kristoffolese Well-Known Member

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    Definitely with you most of the way ;) But I cant quite agree with the "F synthetic ferts, F dwc,etc" comment. MJ is an adaptable plant - and thankfully so. Many, many dif growing methods can be used to obtain success in growing this wonderful medicine. For some people - low income, apt with no yard, no space - dwc helps them reach their goals of producing their own medicine. I LOVE organic weed... but Im not a snob about it, as that is off-putting, and de-values another's style of growing. I have had&seen success with chemical ferts, used correctly & with proper flushing... I challenge ANYONE to distinguish between properly grown/flushed/cured hydro & orgo - when its in the bag OR the bowl. I know a guy who has his chem nutes so dialed in, he doesnt even flush & STILL the ash is soft, white/whitish gray, tastes great, no sparking , popping bs when u light it.
    I guess I would just urge respect for other growing styles. The "best" way to grow, is "successfully"- not orgo or hydro (im partial to aero, myself ;).
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I will turn to some additives here and there to help with any deficiencies. Epsom, AN Micro, ProTekt, and Mad Farmer MOAB PK.

    Still my main goodies are fish, seaweed, and compost.
     
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    Heil Tweetler

    Heil Tweetler Well-Known Member

    Holy witless meltdown.

    Jackass, no one but the halfwits who are followers of a delusional clown would read that idiotic discharge. Simpleton

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    GrnMonStr

    GrnMonStr Well-Known Member

    Was thinking the same thing, soon I will be washing out salt from some seaweed and placing in the compost for next season. With a few other items also, this year I added 1,000 red wigglers to it. Gearing up for a better future soil, but the garden for veggies also gets depleted so got to keep making the food!
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I love feeding the worms all of the food scraps I was previously tossing in the garbage. Free compost! I have some dehydrated apples I got at the farmers market. They got stale so I am re hydrating them and going to give them to the worms.

    My mystery peach plant is showing red veins so I gave her a dose of Epsom and took some pictures as a baseline. We will see whether it is strain-related or it is mag deficiency. I will post the pictures after I get over my heat stroke!

    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    E-rock8420

    E-rock8420 Member

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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

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    Yodaweed

    Yodaweed Well-Known Member

    More light on one side i bet
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Yes, or the roots had different nutes, or the side closer to the pool heater liked the CO2...

    So many variables!
     
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    OLD MOTHER SATIVA

    OLD MOTHER SATIVA Well-Known Member

    six shoreine ag seedlings..growing ok...took[tiny] cuts off em all today..

    when theytake i will put the moms in flower..

    its a stout plant for a sativa like the mex i am growing ..also..

    "liquid kid "ag is tall and skinny and starting flower..
     
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    E-rock8420

    E-rock8420 Member




    Here's the update on the ff grow. Just keeps getting better.
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    One of my big sativa plants turned out to be male. I culled him from the garden and used the frozen Maui Wowie pollen on these young ladies.

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    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    E-rock8420

    E-rock8420 Member


    Absolutely gorgeous plants. I bet they smell amazing. I wish I could grow a few outside without giving up my freedom. I'm stuck in a weed Nazi state between fl and ms. One day though.
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Momentum is definitely heading the right way. Soon it will be nationally recreational.
     
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    GrnMonStr

    GrnMonStr Well-Known Member

    The states are falling like dominoes all afraid of loosing cash to the neighboring states.

    Here is my first legal outdoor grow, not as sexy as the girls above but still enjoying watching these grow. So far these are developing the buds nice for my area so I can't complain.
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Beautiful! What strain?
     
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    GrnMonStr

    GrnMonStr Well-Known Member

    Thanks, and I wish I new for sure but at one time I suspected it was Northern Lights strain but not positive, this is from seeds grew out back from a 2012 grow.
     
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