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    Post Your Frostiest Autoflower Bud Pics

    Man, that looks like some FIRE! Look at those trichomes! Like diamonds. Great strain description, as well.
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    Post Your Frostiest Autoflower Bud Pics

    Gorgeous. How does that one taste/feel? Ever grown it before?
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Looking like a successful flip!
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    That looks like it is in the process of flipping. I'd continue the spraying 1-2x a day. @x shouldn't hurt, if it's well made CS, vs storebought stuff that burns the plant.
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    I don't dilute it. I just make it until it is between 15-40ppm, stopping when a laser beam is clearly visible and solid, because PPM isn't the most accurate measure of CS effectiveness. If you use store-bought CS, don't be surprised or discouraged if the plants show some stress/damage. Homemade...
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    Stray dogs destroying my crop

    The fact of the matter is that they wouldn't attack your dogs if your dogs were protected with a proper fence. Of course I would protect my dog, but I also wouldn't leave my dog out like bait, and then start shooting wild animals.
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    Stray dogs destroying my crop

    Don't kill them or harm them in any way, and don't leave your dog in the yard, whether or not she is in heat. That's a danger to your pet, in many places. Even large birds can be a threat to small dogs.
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    A little help with breeding duckfoot.

    I didn't say that if you use STS anything would happen. I'm strictly referring to "rodelization". If you use a chemical to induce anthers, their appearance wouldn't signify the plant's genetic disposition to produce them earlier than others, or to produce them without chemical interference, at...
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    A little help with breeding duckfoot.

    It's not pseudoscience. It's selective breeding. I never stated that there was any genetic change caused by this technique. If you use this technique, you are purposefully breeding with plant's that produce anthers when left for a certain amount of time. If you do this to 100 plants, and all...
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    Post Your Frostiest Autoflower Bud Pics

    Oooh, man. You have some fire, there!
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Honestly, you probably still have more than enough. The issue is likely just spreading it out for use. You may be able to "cut" it with dry flour, and use it that way. I've never tried it, myself, but I have heard of others doing it, and don't see how it would be harmful, especially if you are...
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Sweet! I love these success pics! Happy New Year!
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    The Meditation Thread

    I even fixed this same typo, in the title. That's great. I'm happy to hear that meditation has been helpful for you. Do you meditate for 20 minutes, straight, or do you break it up? DO you do it sober, or on Cannabis? Also, you've got a lot of good content in your post. It would help a lot...
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    The Meditation Thread

    I'm curious to hear about everyone's personal experience with meditation, as well as any knowledge or opinions you guys may have about it. Personally, I'm not the most experienced with meditation, but I have given it a shot (mostly 10-15 minute sessions with either calming instrumental music...
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Perfect! Stress free, as it should be!
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Woo! Look at all those beautiful seeds! Great work, man! Glad the thread helped out. :) Thanks for the pics! Those should definitely help with the OP!
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    It should be, but it's not an accurate measurement for the potency. What color is your solution?
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    They should mostly be ripened between 6-8 weeks after successful pollination. They should come out pretty easily, even if you just poke at them with one finger, when they are ripe. They should be somewhat dark, too. If you can crush the seeds between your fingertips pretty easily, then they are...
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    Awesome, man! Congrats on the success! I really love watching people use this guide to go from start to finish with their seed production. The pics you've been sharing are all great, too! Especially, since photobucket ruined the ones in the original guide with broken links. I'll have to...
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    A Guide To Colloidal Silver

    I have yet to try the methods you mentioned, so I can't really comment on them, but what makes you say that using electricity to produce ionic silver is not consistent? If you keep all of the factors consistent, the results should follow suit. Most people seem to have success with ionic silver...
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