Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by MynamewouldbeJosh420, Jan 12, 2017.
Yes I do use a trellis why?
Does your buddy have a sister?
You are probably right.... maybe I will just use FFOF on my next grow, thanks man!!!!!
How much neem oil do you spray on the buds before/during the curing process? I loves me some neem terps
It remains the third-most-used insecticide in the United States for home gardens, commercial agriculture, and forestry and rangeland protection. About 11 million kilograms were applied to U.S. farm crops in 1976. Do YOU honestly believe the FDA would allow something that isn't safe to be used on 1/3 of US crops???
That's time tested quality right there!
yeah, i'm the dunce here because i'v never heard of anyone growing anything, not to mention cannabis, in a medium such as seven, the gardening insect killer..
And finally you admit you were wrong
Can't you see the topic has changed to how much neem oil should be applied during the curing process? Get over it man!
This level of trolling is truly scraping the barrel. It would appear the barrel has been a very dirty girl.
idiots, with idiot friends, with idiot notions.
If you didn't want people's opinion, then why did you ask what people think in your original post. The guy gives his honest opinion, which you requested, then you trash him and call him a sheep. You must be a trumpanzee.
Sevin is far from organic, you lie to your patients and yourself.
https://foodtruthfreedom.wordpress.com/2012/.../sevin-dust-is-not-your-garden-frien...Feb 11, 2012 - It is not a “natural” or “organic” garden chemical. It is dangerous. It is toxic. Eating food treated with Sevin Dust or Sevin liquid will cause low levels of poisoning (see above) and in higher doses *will* cause damage and illness to the human body.
where do these people come from anyways???????????????????
I don't really use it, the point is this stuff is still used on 1/3 of US crops while it is Illegal in most industrialized and some undeveloped countries. It caused the largest industrial accident in history, and is proven to cause cancer. And it is being mixed into the nation's food growing medium. It's in your kids school lunch for God's sake. The amount of outrage you felt toward a caregiver giving this to his patients, should equally be felt tward the farmers and large ag companies that use these type of products.
And this is the stuff you have to look out for when you buy cannabis in a store in a legal state.
It is better to go through a small grower you trust. Similar to a microbrewery small growers are capable of producing more unique and sometimes better products, and more importantly you know what was used to grow it, and how it was prepared.
We call her Mary Jane
I had no idea what sevin powder was until last night but had read on wiki about the bhopal disaster and effects of those crazy chems.
Was all good banter but am sure there are better ways to bring attention to a subject xD
FYI: After hearing about batches of local weed being sprayed with fiberglass I really do not have much faith in the uneducated/ignorant people that share my passion. If anything I was truely worried for ya lool
Ya I heard of some stuff called grit weed that sparkles being spread around. Also large AG companies GMO plants to be immune to the effects of roundup so they can kill all the weeds. The plants dont die but they are saturated in that roundup chemical which is really a chemical called glyophosphate which is patented by Monsanto and humans have not been genetically modified to be immune to such cancerous chemicals and it causes a great many health problems as it is used on almost half of US crops along with other things like we already mentioned https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glyphosate
dont ever, ever shit me again you fucker.
just for the record I knew you were trolling lol.but you do bring up a very good point.that shit is horrible.not only does it work as a Japanese beetle killer (awful fuckers) it also kills all bees.so there's that as well. horrifying but not surprising it's being used.
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