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Dutch Passion

Support forum for Dutch Passion Seeds


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    • ratdog
      Thanks mate     Thanks mate, yeah a good mix eh?   incidentally I bought a copy of the poker book you recommended the other day, only at the satrt but already like the bit about tilt, nice one   Day 18 of veg here in the pound and it looks like it`s time to think about potting up as they are drinking pretty fast now and the root balls are looking good on the bigger ones, might grab a bag of special mix as the vitax seems riddled with fungus gnats.   Here are the Sapphire Scout     and the OGSK       They are all on 3ml of fishmix    
    • lildaveham
      @unity   I ordered direct from the Healthyrips website and it was sent from the US. Keep in mind the exchange rate and also that the shipping was $15 so if you want any other bits from them ( I highly recommend you get the dosing capsules ) order them all at once    I got the glass bundle and can say its brilliant hooked up to a small bong.    Peace   lil d.      
    • Serpent
      As it’s been said @GrEeNConNi, sounds like you’ve been given advice for photoperiod strains, not autos, rule of thumb for autos I generally follow is…   Don’t Top – Yes it can happen by accident, and the plant will still grow and give an alright yield, but will be lower than if they were left alone.   Supercropping – Again, I tend not to do it to autos, only when I’ve done it by accident with my clumsiness or they’d got a spurt on and were getting too close to the light. That said, supercropping won’t affect yield too much, but avoid it if height isn’t a problem as it will need a couple of days to recover.   LST/Scrog – Yes they respond well and I’ve grown quite a few autos in a scrog, mainly as I had limited height, but like it’s been mentioned, best to do this earlier on as branches start to stiffen up as they flower and if you leave it too late, you might accidentally supercrop or worse case scenario, snap the branch completely off.   Hope that helps  
    • Pecunia Arbor
      Thanks guys. Yeah I have killermite, SB plant invigorator, neem oil, hot shot pest strips and of course bleach to hand so let the onslaught begin!   I am just surprised that the hot shots haven't knocked them clean gone and was hoping to get away with that lazy option lol.  I can only guess that since it's been around 9 months to year since I last had mites that some became immune to the hotshots and then went dormant and have since come back for revenge.    I'm going to blast the stripped plants, walls, floor and equipment etc with killermite asap and then bag up the plants for disposal.  After 3 days I blast the room down with a neem mixture and then a few days later blast it with diluted bleach.    Hopefully that will do the job. I'm actually wondering whether to spray the hole room the tent sits in with killermite too lol. Could get messy but it's doable I guess with. A few precautions.    Oh and yeah I have a shower but I don't like the idea of carrying the mite covered plants to the shower as they will just get spread all over the house and that could cause more problems than it solves.   Thanks chaps