Discussion in 'Organics' started by DonPetro, Mar 18, 2014.
What is your favorite? I grew some amazing soy beans. Home grown rocks!
https://www.rollitup.org/Journal/Entry/pink-gravy-jah-earth-collective.36915/ here my progress so far with the pink gravey not sure what the pheno is its looking abit like a sativa than indica been getting cold here at night tho plus i havent fed her any thing just abit of em1 thinking of giving her some bio vega but shes growing i dont want 2 bern her shes allready in a coots mix tho so i think ill hold of on the nutes another few weeks
man is it me its getting to quiet in this thread i know the dons are busy but still i miss the dons lol heres another journal entry of the pink gravy
Hey All!! Sorry for absence, folks!! Been an amazing 3200km journey across this country and lots of changes have taken place!!
We have some amazing updates coming this next week.. stay tuned and blessed!!
Beautiful country isnt it Don.
Hears hoping you tap into an aquifer.
I missed u man side note its been up 2 38c in my tents the pink gravey has shown no signs of heat stress i think it maybe a male i hadit out side 2 get some sun the had 2 put it in a shed with a fibre glass roof so it may have stretched a bit of that but it has the tightest nodes spacing iv so far witnessed not upset if it is make tho iv always wanted a male
man im freaken jealous id kill not literely lol t be able 2 be able 2 do this for a living and grow vegies and what not
Yah, that my aspersions at this point in time.
and it seams the only way to get food with nourishment.
int the ass without permision
Missed all the peeps here on the thread too bro, no doubt!!
Yeah the Pink Gravies can really handle heat, its frickin nuts! Chances are you will have an impressive specimen regardless of sex, so make sure to snag the pollen if it is a male egg, bud!!
Yeah its unreal, what a drive, I was enthralled and sweating almost the whole time! I will have to load some pics as soon as we have internet set up. Saw moose, elk, deer, hawks, rabbits, skunks, bears, and wolves along the way, almost hit a few and had some close calls but all is good.
Hope I find an aquifer here too, that would be great.. but whats awesome is the tap water here is super high quality, dang near world class almost. No chlorine, no fluoride, no chemicals, just a natural ppm of 100 to 110 due to minerals and a ph of 7, love it, even sold our water cooler! Got rain barrels full already too so thats always good.
We have been taking samples from the big big claim here, literally one km from some steaming springs and volcanoes, and we were taken to a massive acreage of rotting wood, literally full of 70 foot trees, over two feet wide, and they are so decomposed you can slice shovels right through them with ease. SO you know we filled up some garbage cans of that!
Beyond that, we also have a greensand deposit which looks really green and fine and very viable, we are testing it and hope the results will be excellent for you know what.
Much much more to talk about, but gotta fly for now! Tis dark here and the grizzlies are everywhere so we gotta get home aha.
I have been taking lots of pics, just gotta get some more time to load em, really really busy this month is all!
Much love everyone, chat more soon,
keep rocking the organic!
fucck ye u deserve it don fuck gotta give a shout out to all the out door guys use are the real mvps
Sounds like a perfect plot, created by god, and left for Jah.
Nice man, sounds beautiful!
Worms are loving their new diet it seems.. Never have I seen so many cocoons in any farm than this one!
Yes @thccbdhealth tis a big blessing no doubt. Amazing what some converging fault lines can amass, I tell ya!
Organic raw homemade almond milk, bun de store bought milks and their puss / hormones / guar and xanthum gums, done with that sheit, this is way better and easy peaty to make, just soak 1 cup for 12 hours then blend strain and dilute to preferred thickness.. The shit they don't teach you in schools eh!
@Mohican as well, here are some of our favs this year..
Of the organic heirloom tomatoes..
Blue Green Wagner on the left.
Yellow pepper tomato in the middle,
and a San Marzano on the right, the woman's fav.
Anyone think this thread should be stickied so it doesn't disappear when we get busy as heck? If so let us know here, much thanks
Here's a Pink Gravy that got flowered from the cotyledon stage .. Zero veg time.
It saw Water only in the plug and play living soil mix. Shared a 7 gallon pot with a companion, or two, too. Check the next pic for what happened.
One seed saved a Don several hundred in smoke, and quality was more than triple what I'd be forced to use if buying off the streets, praise Jah!
Didn't smell like gravy until third day of hanging.. Walked in the room and was hit with a whiff of KFC, but no bucket in sight. Love it, gets me every time!
Jah'll know how much I love a frost-laiden terpy calyx..
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