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Real Gorilla Strain Guide


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    • CuriousGreenHand
      If the strain is stable then you will be fine, gentle with the pot up, plants are used to being grazed on by animals   i know mine had a pruning where most would think 'that plants ruined' and turned out fine, no hermies as of yet, the plant in itself looking healthy or ?
    • JimmyPage
      Interesting - thanks all.   As anecdata, the plant I'm growing now - WW femmed - is starting to look like another plant since I changed the lamp.   I'm kicking myself now ... I reckon the stretching it went through, which has spoiled this grow (compared to my last 3) was down to a weaker light.   Totally get the point about striking - generally power ON is when things do most work ....    
    • GreenVision
      Personally I'd do both. Use the spray first then a day or two later use the fogger. Why risk anything you didn't get with either one.   Thats a big grow room though mate  I usually look at my 3m x 1.5m and wonder if I'm getting a little greedy.
    • Windslide
      Love your plants they are doing awsome in my opinion going back on some of the comments a carbon filter is an absolute must if drying or growing in doors I have a friend who grew 2 very small plants under a very small light and even with only about a quarter ounce dry harvest his place smelt so bad