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Real Gorilla Strain Guide


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    • Graywolf
      Time and temperature.  Cannabis decarboxylates at room temperature, it just takes longer.  The same heat that decarboxylates, also converts THC to CBD, so the speed that you do it at, determines how much THCA is both converted and how much THC is left. You will have more THC left, if you decarboxylate faster at 122C/250F to 144C/292F.
    • geogeo
      hi jay, if your near a grow shop , go & visit u might get a discount , saves on delivery cost, good luck ,,geogeo.
    • MyDisplayName2000
      Great diary, was looking a bit so so on page 1 but you got them in full health and some fine plants there.   Not heard of the seed company (old timer who buys as little seeds as possible.)   Proof is in the pudding though and look forward to the yield and more importantly the quality.   Nice work maestro!   Have you been growing since the 60s?
    • Cursed
      The moon won’t be a problem. Out door growing would be impossible if it were   id be more concerned about neighbours security lights or street lights