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  1. colocowboy

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    No, it’s not chem d. Not any chem d. Honestly the phinest cut was fine, the thing about chem d, phinest cut included, is that she really hits potency at 11-12 weeks. You can cut her sooner but she isn’t as powerful, terps are less violent too taken sooner. Not that I mind it’s funk, my favorite...
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    Cannarado genetics

    You have to select insert thumbnail or full sized images. Basically if you want people to be able to skip it (thumbnail) or zoom and higher quality (full size)
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    I wouldn’t flower for at least a month after using something like kontos. There is a reason it’s meant for ornamentals. It has 30 days residual, you would presume new (bud) growth would be free of residual. It’s preferred, generally, to stick to multimodal “organic” means such as quiescent...
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    Yes definitely, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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    That’s it, slow/bad, fast/good. Yes it looks like nute deficiencies. Green root cleaner and soluble sulfur drenches will handle them. Also botaniguard 22 wp with nematodes will persist until they are wiped out. ** use BT cycled in there too!**
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    Are they fast or slow? Looks like hypoaspis miles to me, usually there won’t be mycelium strands where root aphids are feeding, instead you’ll have discolored stringy roots.
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    That dude is cooling out, this might just settle well in the end!
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    I wasn’t sure I wanted to step into this situation with PNW but hey, why should I just take getting shafted. Besides he has a good reputation and folks here have spoken well of him, maybe he is cool as he seems and would appreciate this information!? Hahahaha, nope! Right away he’s like how dare...
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    That’s where I sort of lost some respect for him, he had some bullshit story about “a different cut of chem d that isn’t variegated.” It smells like some sort of Afghan cross, maybe an nl cross. At this point he would have to admit that he was talking out his ass and I don’t think that’s going...
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    bodhi seeds

    I can’t speak for the others but I think we were just appreciating the coincidence.
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    strayfox gardenz #circleofblessings

    Like 2 turntables and a microphone…
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    Bob Bitchen's buds

    I love your great taste in music Bob!
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    Thug pug genetics anyone?

    Really that’s why you want to grow them over and over and over. Really get to know a plant.
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    Give it a couple shots of colloidal silver at the base of the stem, like 25 ppm 1 oz, about a week apart. It will accelerate as it heals the crud that his plants have. Forces are pushing today, looks like I’ll be getting that cut back anyway... woo hoo...
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    Club 315w lec

    https://www.rollitup.org/t/diy-with-quantum-boards.927159/ There’s an hlg rep there to help. PJ knows too and could probably be a rep too! lol
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    bodhi seeds

    The forces lol
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    Thug pug genetics anyone?

    I’ve had plants herm from light dep at the end too though. Strains like SAGE that like to throw late flower sacs will go full send on sacs. Sometimes it’s too much n available in late flowering doing that too. Inevitably there’s the odd pheno that just won’t finish and can even be multi...
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    His phinest cut is legit but his plants are sick. I’m thinking of getting in touch with him again though. It will variegate if you feed it heavy, which is appropriate for the chem d.
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    Club 315w lec

    The light is more diffuse from qbs which is nice for even spread. It’s all just choices, personally I like to wash in excess if it’s dimmable, remember running leds soft increases their life span. It’s a nice balance of efficiency, performance and durability.
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    bodhi seeds

    That’s usually what I do too, the leaves are like energy packs for when they fade at end of life. Also if anything goes wrong you want to be able to see it in the leaves before there is a loss of the top leaves doing most of the work.
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