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Dutch Passion

Support forum for Dutch Passion Seeds


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    • jw14660
      Put my plants outside for half an hour and then brought them back inside.  I have just noticed 5 or 6 tiny black spiders crawling around on the soil.  They're probably a mm across, just a bit smaller than a black ant.  It has been magnified x100. Any help?
    • stu sleeper 20vt
      Mrs bob is obviously a good judge of character.  I too was happy for the hometown boy to get the 50k bonus!!!
    • Sargares
      Magnesium deficiency is a prime culprit for purpling/Red stems. If your leaves start to purple up in flower (on a green strain) it'll be a phosphorus deficiency. Cold temps cause purpling as they slow down the movement of phos I believe. 
    • Dan2
      Hi mate sounds like its needs a new capacitor