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PostPosted: Wed, Aug 29, 2018 12:38am 
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Any gardeners out there?

I gave up on tomatoes, what the heck its legal


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PostPosted: Wed, Aug 29, 2018 12:44am 
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Need to edit the photos sorry


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I think I see some male plants there....

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Purpletele wrote:
Need to edit the photos sorry

If it's imgur just put a lower case 'L' right before the .jpg.


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Nice. I'd grow if they ever stop being cunts here in Texas about it.


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sutepaj wrote:
I think I see some male plants there....


I need to resize the photos, or take new ones.

I had 11 and 4 grew balls 3 weeks ago.

If I am missing something I would like to find out.

All of the plants look and perform like females.

I don’t want to screw it up so advice is welcome


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PostPosted: Wed, Aug 29, 2018 5:58pm 
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SpiderWars wrote:
Purpletele wrote:
Need to edit the photos sorry

If it's imgur just put a lower case 'L' right before the .jpg.


Cool, thank you.


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Purpletele wrote:
SpiderWars wrote:
Purpletele wrote:
Need to edit the photos sorry

If it's imgur just put a lower case 'L' right before the .jpg.


Cool, thank you.

You can also select 'Large Thumbnails' or something like that at the bottom of that right hand window and it will automatically add the lower case 'L' for you.


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I want to try growing hops (a cousin to your plants) within the next year.


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Looks like Sativa x Indica based on the inter-nodal lengths and narrowness of leaf fronds.

IOW, the cerebral '70s stuff crossed with a "modern" skunk. I've always called that sort of stuff "Old School". Makes for a nice combination for getting things, especially creative-in-nature, done. Doesn't knock you out, IOW.

For the record, after 34 years I gave it away when I became frustrated that it made it more-difficult to keep my tragic past out of my head. Every time I did it, in came the thoughts. Didn't think I'd ever give up, but the seriousness of keeping those thoughts at bay meant I was able to go cold turkey the day I decided to do it, and for 4 years now I've not lapsed even once. Ironic in a way, 'cause I preached for decades about the benefits and then gave up just as momentum for legalisation the world over began to build. :doh:

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PostPosted: Fri, Sep 07, 2018 12:14am 
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Looks like Sativa x Indica based on the inter-nodal lengths and narrowness of leaf fronds.

IOW, the cerebral '70s stuff crossed with a "modern" skunk. I've always called that sort of stuff "Old School". Makes for a nice combination for getting things, especially creative-in-nature, done. Doesn't knock you out, IOW.

For the record, after 34 years I gave it away when I became frustrated that it made it more-difficult to keep my tragic past out of my head. Every time I did it, in came the thoughts. Didn't think I'd ever give up, but the seriousness of keeping those thoughts at bay meant I was able to go cold turkey the day I decided to do it, and for 4 years now I've not lapsed even once. Ironic in a way, 'cause I preached for decades about the benefits and then gave up just as momentum for legalisation the world over began to build. :doh:


Interesting observation, I am not sure of the origin but I thought it was a hybrid called Green Cheese, but I don't really know.

This my first garden and I have been using products from 'Nectar of the Gods', it seems to be working well.

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Definitely looking more-skunky (Indica hybrid) now that it's "filling in". My bad. The first-post's shot was probably too early to tell.

Looking very-happy, so well done, man!

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PostPosted: Thu, Sep 13, 2018 11:38am 
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I've been spotted by a group of Roofing Tear off Guys!

That is very uncomfortable now. Roofing Tear off guys are direct from Mexico and I doubt they care too much about anything.

Hopefully they don't want to rick deportation.

My hope is that they are so busy working that they don't have the energy to go out and steal Pot plants.

New Guardline security alarms are going in.

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Dude, where the mind goes, the man follows, and I can pretty-much guarantee you that those dudes' minds will return to picturing your garden repeatedly... until they give in and attempt to take it.

I mean, look at it! What self-respecting Mexican could possibly resist that? :thumbsup:

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PostPosted: Sun, Sep 16, 2018 11:35pm 
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Monkey Man wrote:
Dude, where the mind goes, the man follows, and I can pretty-much guarantee you that those dudes' minds will return to picturing your garden repeatedly... until they give in and attempt to take it.

I mean, look at it! What self-respecting Mexican could possibly resist that? :thumbsup:

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You're not helping my anxiety.

About a month to go before everything is ready, I hope I can make it without incident.

I just received a digital magnifying scope, pretty cool.

New Friedman JJ 100 as well. Digging that amp!!


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Does the mag scope have a built-in light? Fun times.

Yeah, I realised when I typed that that it might be stressful to hear, but I had to tell it like it is, man.

The only thing I can think of that you can do in addition to the security measures you took, is to bring 'em inside when it gets dark. That could well be the deciding factor.

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