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Nutrient and Additives

Put the Best in, Get the Best Out !

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    • highlo
      I thought this was too far gone to save, oh well hopefully the smoke won't be too bad while I wait on the other plants finishing, yeah I can post pics of the roots no problem, it may as well be used as a learning curve now that it's happened
    • zztopbudz
      So here we are at 9 weeks flowering and she has still swollen a bit from week 8 . Im not sure if I will go one more complete week we will see as im waiting on the other plants as I have to dry in this room.        An excellent bud to leaf ratio on this girl, gonna be so easy to strim.  Some of the tightest nugs I have ever grown I think    These ones have the most airflow as they are bang on the filter but are nearest the 2 bulbs. Still a bit of crisping here and there aint to bad when you consider im in a loft and the heat wave we are having is the hottest in years and still im managing to survive and produce some decent bud.    She has produced from the top to the bottom, no waste popcorn bud , all dense fat nugs.    The next update will be the chop , she is on plain water now and using up her stored goodness from the leaves lovely.  Still her calyxes are swelling I think.      I think she is gonna be a heavy smoke after 9 nearly 10 weeks.  An absolute pleasure.  zz
    • Simple Jack
      It hits you very quickly': Canada brews first cannabis beer In a small Ontario laboratory, scientists are testing enzymes and experimenting with fermentation. While their techniques are not new, their focus is a first; they are developing what is being described as the world’s first beer brewed from cannabis.   Most cannabis beers on the market are non-alcoholic, brewed from barley and infused with marijuana oil, according to Dooma Wendschuh of Province Brands, the Toronto startup behind the product. “That’s not what we do. Our beer is brewed from the stocks, stem and roots of the cannabis plant.”   It is a story playing out across Canada, as entrepreneurs race to secure a foothold in what is expected to be a multibillion-dollar market. The country will become the second in the world to legalise marijuana for recreational use on 17 October.   Edibles are expected to become legal one year later, paving the way for cannabis-infused products that range from brownies to honey. At Canopy Growth, North America’s first publicly traded cannabis company, researchers are developing a line of cannabis-infused cocktails.   Pointing to Colorado, where the legalisation of marijuana has led to a boom in edibles, analysts estimate marijuana-related products and services in Canada could eventually be worth between C$12bn and C$22bn.   Wendschuh, who is from Miami, moved to Toronto in 2016 to capitalise on Canada’s pending plans for legalisation and to create an alternative to alcohol.   “The idea came from thinking, can we create something that can serve the role that alcohol serves in our society and can we do that using this monumental sea change that is happening in our world right now?   “I don’t think there was anywhere else in the world where we could do this business. Canada is already leading the world in creating an industry around medical cannabis and we expect them to continue to lead the world in trading and industry around adult-use cannabis.”     Initially there were doubts over whether cannabis could be brewed into beer. “The things that we would come up with just tasted horrible,” Wendschuh said. “They tasted like rotten broccoli.”   With the help of a chemist, he eventually hit on the right combination of hops, water, yeast – and cannabis. The result was a non-alcoholic, gluten-free beer that offers a high.   “The flavour is dry, savoury, less sweet than a typical beer flavour,” he said. “The beer hits you very quickly, which is not common for marijuana edible.”   What happened to Tim Hortons? The downfall of Canada's brand   The aim is to create a product that, when consumed, will be roughly equivalent to a single dose of alcohol. So far the company’s experimental products have averaged about 6.5mg THC a beer.   The recipe is the backbone of the company’s plans to build a a C$50m facility that Wendschuh hopes will be the “world’s first cannabis brewery”. The company is planning to roll out a variety of beers using different flavours and strains of cannabis, mimicking breweries that produce lagers, stouts and ales.   As the beer is brewed from the stocks, stem and roots of the cannabis plant, it offers an alternate use for what is essentially a waste product for the industry. “We take them off the grower’s hands, saving them the cost of hiring a licensed disposal company to dispose of them,” said Wendschuh.   While he believed his product will be safer and healthier than alcohol, he acknowledged that it comes with its own risks. “Marijuana is not good for you and our beers are not good for you,” he said. “You should not drink them five times a day, you should not drink them first thing when you wake up in the morning. We’re not saying that.”   Instead, he described his beer as a first step in upending an industry that has become ubiquitous. “If I could create an alternative to alcohol, that’s something that would change the world,” he said. “That’s something I’m very passionate about.”   https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jul/22/it-hits-you-very-quickly-canada-brews-first-cannabis-beer  
    • vince noir rock n roll star
      after a poor start with aphids and mites the last chem og i grew turned out to be an absolute stunner .. and instead of having my tiny tent crammed full of around 12-15 plants of small stature im whittling down to simply ...   ive waited years to find what i have now ...disco biscuit from ugorg ..just a superb plant  sexbud from female seeds ..i literally cannot rave about this enough ..total perfection if you want the opposite of disco biscuit .. banana ice cream from holysmoke seeds ..total game changer for flavour ..it literally tastes like a banana milkshake ..never in my life ..i used to joke in the 80s ..you find me a banana milkshake strain and i can die a happy man ...i hope i dont die before i get a few years out of this .. and the fourth strain ive been incredibly impressed with ..its actually 3 strains .. sweet seeds cream caramel or cream mandarine (which i will grow again after this chem og ) and female seeds chem og ..its like a step back in time to when og kush had some kick and some decent fuel flavours ..a proper stench of weed strain ..i realllly enjoyed the last one so want to get another going but treat it a bit better and top it early on ..   so ..seed went in pot yesterday morning ...this morning ..we have a sprout ..not a brussel sprout either ..