The Dons' Organic Garden

Discussion in 'Organics' started by DonPetro, Mar 18, 2014.

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    ShLUbY

    ShLUbY Well-Known Member

    why you gotta live so far away? LOL o_O I'll gladly test some samples though for sure, it would be my pleasure! Just lemme know when they're ready!

    wonderful health on all those ladies! Looking greeeeeeeeen in here :leaf::leaf::leaf::leaf::leaf:
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    At least our countries are connected by the same mountain range and are on the same piece of land.. lol.
    its just really big!

    But yeah we are moving way souther, if that helps, and once we can afford it, and things are really rolling, would be more than happy to float the bill for you and Roy to come out! Gnome too!

    And yeah for sure, we will likely collect a few truck loads in the spring here and once its screened and we have a pallet of 2.25 litre pails, will holla at you quick for sure!

    ..was gonna blend all 3 of them, but I can even get you seperate versions of them, Mark too, just looked for the pics but theyre on a diff device, but ill find em, I know where they are I think..

    And thanks, bud, yeah, green eh! Big relief with so many new recipes and so many outdoor inputs in play...

    PS
    I would like for you to check out my grandpas soil too, that stuff would go really well with rotting wood and leaf mould I think, you should see whats all for sale up there!!! millions of cubic yards of glacial rich peat soil on 20 plus acres of pristine land that was once all lush bush.. with a bunch of equip.. I'm kind of looking for the right partner, I already have a lot of support (thank Jah!) and some ppl looking to invest (already!), but I dont want to have to teach anyone a tonne per se, and help them un learn a tonne of bad habits, na mean!

    SO yeah, Im really gonna try get you up here this summer! I want a second opinion from an organic brother, bad! It would be worth it I think.. Me and my good boy run a few biz already but we have SO many resources piling up.. its kinda unreal.. they are spread apart yes, but this soil empire keeps dropping massive piles / opportunities in our lap... so seems one needs to piece together a bigger team and a solid biz plan! as well as mad savings..
     
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    FunkeyMunkey

    FunkeyMunkey Well-Known Member

    I’m in lol tell me where to sign up.
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    Coco 1 1 4th nutes with roots exl one has popped so far with another about to im waiting for it to green up then I might foliyer iv got em in some coco in a seedling tray along with some blue razzberrys
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    Lol im also in
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Early birds, damn, thats COOL RUNNIN

    Feel free to let us know if you want to volunteer in person, just test products at home before they officially launch (free samps + S&H), or do a longer work experience vacation even..

    If and when, or Once all goes well I mean, up for grabs (eventually) will likely be the following positions..
    • soil bagging machine operator,
    • hammer mill/screener operator,
    • dump truck driver,
    • D6 cat / back hoe operator,
    • not to mention chill warehouse positions,
    • commissioned sales &
    • marketing/social media!
    If the bullets are looking best.. just send Jah your Resumé guys, I will happily bring it up to the board!
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    LOVING the smell on these OPG's .. this specific Original Pink Gangster in the pic's
    smelling more like those rectangular layered strawberry wafer cookies, now..

    straight from childhood times, I can't get enough of it!!

    Screen Shot 2018-03-28 at 8.01.18 PM.png
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    Shit id kill 4 a job working with u guys nothing but love for the jah earth collective both pink gravies have sprouted btw interesring 2 see how well thay so in coco vs when frown in a jah earth soil mix
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Smaller pots like around 2 gal is what we like for George if not organic.. Low NPK and high cal mag, for those beauties.. I find the George pheno is most prominent in non organics too.. vs the pungent lemon and super rare gravy pheno...

    should be an awesome experience either way!!!
     
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    DonTesla

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    fumble

    fumble Well-Known Member

    I am really looking forward to growing the OPG!
     
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    fumble

    fumble Well-Known Member

    Great video ! Thanks for sharing
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    the 2 pgs have sprouted I think I may have a George pheno bout 3 days above I think
    One of them is a skywalker og x nl x skywalker og x northern lights 20180329_105236.jpg
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Really hope you get that Strawberry Wafer Pheno, or the 4 to 1 calyx one!

    But the pure grape orange is succulent fire too, and you should see the size of the Gravy OG oh faaaack! MONSTER inside, nevermind out, that would be just a show and a half, spear city.

    So yeah, really looking forward too!!

     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    For sure looking Georgish in the early going here.. I like when they smile like the one on the right :D

     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    The smaller OPG is the 4 to 1 calyx to leaf ratio one, developing here as we speak it looks like..
    taking a little longer to get really terpy but last time she went really grapey with that lingering OG Kush after taste.. and what a treat to trim.. I think it improved her flavour too, as leaves taste less tasty then calyx's imo..
    I had a buddy bug me for it constantly when he came to visit and blaze up.. it didn't stick around long, he would even ask for it over the Bubba, which was his other fav, haha .. gonna be good to reunite, been a minute!


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    Note the cluster of calyx's right where that sugar leaf converges...

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    Vs the next OPG up, our Strawberry Wafer (Pics coming), my fav for smell for sure, is the tallest little one in organics, flipped quick, starting putting out an instant spear of wild nuggets.. 8 nodes packed on top of each other, no gaps, smelling very good, with that perfect blend of sticky and greasy, and these thinner wilier pistils.. for thinner blades, wow does she surprise you with her smell..
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Checked out the new state of the art plant feeding water to the million peeps in my home region
    btw, not sure if I shared this

    Here's what the average treatment process looks like out of cities with brand new plants, I imagine its even worse for older / less "state of the art" plants..I found it interesting they state say the "Water Treatment Program" is the city's Crown Jewel "facility" designed for high (read: low?) "performance"

    So what do 40 processors, 2300 valves, and 1400 instruments get you for an end product.. surely it must be the utmost quality water ? Lets break the process down..

    First..
    1. They add sulphuric Acid to raw water
    2. Then add Ferric Chloride Coagulant
    3. Then it enters flocuation basins & sits in dissolved air flotation tanks
    4. Then they add ozone, & move the water to ozone chambers
    5. Then they add Sodium Bisulphate also in ozone chambers, mix
    6. Then add Chlorine / chloramine / sodium hydroxide
    7. Blast of UV
    8. Then they add fluoride, which attracts heavy metals
    9. Along with orthophosphate
    10. Then they add chlorine (again)
    11. Then into the rusty distribution system, it goes :)
    Feel free to drop your thoughts or the process for your local water plant!
     
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    CaptainSnap

    CaptainSnap Well-Known Member

    Thanks for sharing Don...but that is nasty as fuck! We are not very smart or wise to allow water treatment to continue with that process
     
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    DonTesla

    DonTesla Well-Known Member

    Pleasure, Snap,

    What could we do to rebel, tho friend... other than.. educate each other,
    Collect Rain, snow, use RO, find aquifers, unadulterated wells..
     
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