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Cannabis Cookbook

You want to get high? but you dont smoke? Check out the UK420 Good Food Guide.

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    • jadenugs
      @Dinafem-Mark Cheers mate. I tend to top at the 3rd node and wait to see if the bottom branches at the first node are up to much. If they're not I get rid of them but sometimes they grow as strong as the branches above. I have topped further up the plant in the past, mainly if a plant is racing away from the others and I want to slow it down. This was before I learnt about suoercropping and lst though, so quite a while ago You've got me thinking though, if I were to let the plants grow to a decent size and top them all at the same height immediately before flipping, I reckon most of the stretch would be in the lower branches and they'd catch the tops up without the plants getting much taller, leaving an even (ish) canopy. Lower branches might be a bit spindly though. I might even have tried this in the past but my memory is shit, I've forgotten more than I know   Thanks for popping in bro
    • jadenugs
      If you have a decent gap at the eaves you should be ok venting there and for fresh air coming in   It will feel warm if the sun is shining on your roof, even on a cold day but when the sun aint shining it will be cold. Depends if you've got heat from the house leaking up there though so you'll just have to try it and see. Hopefully it will stay mild until you've flowered them. Best of luck
    • HazeMonster
      Hey guys hope your all well, just a quick question what is your all time favourite strain in regards to potency? Looking for something with that power if you know what I mean. Thanks any help would be much appreciated 
    • HSO-Mark
      @Beardedbadger I don't think you've overdone it mate. Time will tell   Kind regards    Mark..