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Harvesting and Curing

How To Cut, Trim, Dry and Cure

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    • tokenroll
      I just went and put a couple a litres of coco in Ph6.0 EC0.3 water to soak will see what it reads later. Cheers gave me something to check. All seeds have been used so, will keep an eye on them. Toke...
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    • vince noir rock n roll star
      yes maxicrop for the flowering stage ,ive gotta get some new seaweed extract as my doff seaweed is running out .the wilko feed ..be aware only some plants can take it ..gotta halve the strength for most plants ..works well cos its got the calcium /mg added to it ..but its very strong and not much nitrogen . ive had all manner of issues this year with germinating seeds ..most it seems were caused by the coco i had ..as i mix coco with soil /compost ,the coco was literally burning the new shoot from seeds ..and it was not just one companies beans either i did it to about 5 companies seeds before i realised its all my fault .. hence why i grabbed some levingtons seed compost for the main seeds i do now ..i even blamed solar flares  ..