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  1. Once again a big thank you to @Ledgrowlights-Adam @ledgrowlights-Craig and @VRG for some amazing prizes the winner of the PAR+ 240 PRO - LED Grow Light plus a pack each of Ugorg #1 BX1 and Cookies BX1 was chosen by googles random number generator is post # 239 Congratulations @golf.007
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  2. and the two runners up who win a pack of subbie seeds each are @blackpoolbouncer and @stu sleeper 20vt
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  3. Exodus cheese x gelato by 4kali. 8 weeks light deprivation.
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  4. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    These girls are growing like mad. I've flipped the timer. Note to self. Tomorrow is day 1 of 12/12. Just been supercropping a bit here and there filling the space and keeping the canopy in check. Blumats tomorrow and nets go in tomorrow or saturday, whenever I have time. Then it's just sit back and watch the green grow Off we go. Peace
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  5. Lively

    random guerrilla photos

    MWF grown in the garden
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  6. Revive

    random guerrilla photos

    A few from me.. its getting busy on the knotweed plot
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  7. It's like Christmas day here today, big thank you to @Ledgrowlights-Adam, @ledgrowlights-Craig this light looks amazing it feels excellentquality really really looking forward to hooking this up in a few weeks. The light also came with a few unexpected extras for which I'm super grateful for. So in the box came the light with a top quality dimmer and some neat groom glasses, a bag of charge and some bloomroom trim scissors and hangers all top quality. Thanks again lads for your generosity. Also included in the prize I received 2 packs of ugorg seeds and a some pupsxx which I am excited to get wet very soon so big thanks to @VRGand @HELL YEAfor those I hope I can do them justice. Thanks again @Joolzfor putting another great competition together. G.
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  8. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    @marcjuna cheers mate. Yes we're starting to se wht this light can do now were stretching it's legs a bit. Can't wait to see how it gets on ramped up when the flower show starts. Still cruising at 725w Well my blumats are giving me a little bit of grief. Nothing major but I think because these pots are twice as tall as my old ones that there's not quite enough pressure to feed the blumats causing issues. I've lifted the res up a foot and that seems to be helping. I'll have to keep an eye on things tonight but it's a bit of a pain. Luckily I've got fuck all better to do and it only takes a few minutes to check all sensors are dialed in OK. Other than that you can start to see now what was a lovely flat canopy is getting a bit out of hand. I was neverninteding a perfectly flat canopy. Got one plant that I'll be lucky if it doesn't hit the light (florida man) Can see the little purple jolly rancher in the bottom right is gonna get swamped a bit. I dont mind tbh. Less of that and more of the others is fine. Really happy with how things are looking. So below we have Psycho animal stomper JackH Jack h And below we have Jack h Yuzu SSH And below Florida man Yard trout Purple jolly rancher also a little ssh bottom right that's getting reversed have a nice evening folks Peace and one love
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  9. Here it is! Our 206 th Cream of the Crop competition in our quest to find the very best pictures posted at UK420 every month. Voting closes at midnight 30th of September Below is the short list chosen by the uk420 staff from last months nominations, for you our community members to vote on as the best or most interesting picture uploaded. All the pictures short listed will get a permanent place in the Cream Of The Crop forum in Members Budshots. The Prize's for this months outright winner is this awesome prize from Intense Nutrients + 2 Runners up each receiving a pack of subscriber seeds of their choice For information about how to nominate your photos please click below Duurn - Smottie Remix Jibba jabba - Psycho animal stomper Hot_Rock - Disco Biscuit OneMorePuff - UGORG #1 Golf.007 - Sweet Tooth F2 x Alien Rift Bx PureSmkr Disco Teq EarLobe - Lemon Pie SYZYGY - Tinky Winky Lamster67 Critical Notorious B.U.D - Blues Zen-Ken - Rainbow Cakes DrGreenThumb24 - Strawberry Banana m2jlv II Terp Daddy Minion00 - Outdoor Bubble Hash Highgrade14 - Sublimator Live Rosin Hash Dan t Cheese x Blues Kickstand - Passion Fruit Punch @Duurn @Jibba jabba @Hot_Rock @OneMorePuff @golf.007 @PureSmkr @EarLobe @SYZYGY @Lamster67 @Notorious B.U.D @zen-ken @DrGreenThumb24 @m2jlv II @Minion00 @Highgrade14 @Dan t @Kickstand
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  10. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Don't mind me, just bored. Back again. First scrog net installed. Plants trained. Pretty much happy with spacing now. Not really any big gaps. Nice full canopy. Plenty of stretching to do yet hopefully. Had a tinker with this here fancy controller doofer majority. With little help from the boys @ledgrowlights-Craig I think we have sussed it. We're now cruising at 700w........I think. We're We're balls deep this run. Each week we're going up in 50w increments and we're we're flat out. I'm not one for fucking about. I'm confident the plants will love it. Few pics of progress and before and after shots of the net going in. All I'm saying is fuck yea!!! Bring it on Peace and one love
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  11. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Howdy y'all. ..........I'm bored. My Mrs has got covid(she's fine) and none of my friends or family want to see me, understandably so, so despite governments guidance saying I can get on with things I'm in self imposed quarantine till either I test positive or the Mrs is better. But the upshot is. I'm bored. And the devil makes work for idle hands so beans have been popped and lots of cuts taken today not even had to fuck about with the blumats. Anyway. Seeing as we're in quarantine till at least Thursday I've got the unusual pleasure of time on my hands. The grow room had never looked so clean and tidy. Everything's caught up with. It has worked out really nicely with the plants being at this stage. They can get plenty of attention, not that they need a right lot. Nothing has been do e today other than a 1/16th turn on one dripper. Just thought I'd share some happy plants to cheer up your Sunday night and wish everyone the best for the coming week. PAS JH 2x DB/hb JH25 YUZU PurpleJollyR JH20 SSH Yard Trout Namaste
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  12. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Day 2 flower Psycho Animal Stomper(buddy absolute creature cut) Jack HHeadbanger x Opg(my cut from an unreleased seed line, I call this the florida man cut) this plant was labeled as discobiscuit but I'm almost sure it's hbxopg. I'm running it to find out..........one does have a 4x stretch thoughYard Trout Yuzu(FP yuzilla termonster cut) Jack hererJack herer. I still have one more jack H cut to run which is the most promising looking of the lot tbh, structure wise at least. I'll run this next with the best of these 3. At f9 I'm suprised how much vigour these still have, especially #17 which is the girl I've kept back.i wanted to run two of these in a pot bit there's no way I could have kept them managed. edit 2 add. At f9 and what im using these jack H plants for its not necesarily all about what is visible or how the plant performs on its own. It's how it performs when combined with fresh genes to create a true f1 where the hidden magic locked in over generations shines when reliable dominant traits and hybrid vigour start to play ballPurple Jolly Rancher (porno cut)SSH is in the middle of the front row. For some reason her picture didn't upload.Canopy filling out quickly. Still on 540w. Just trying to get the controller set up but I'm tempted to go up to 720w now we are at the beggining of the flower/stretch phase. Got the blumats installed and set up yesterday. Had to do a bit of tweeking today but nothing too major. Bloody hard work getting to the middle of a1.5 tent to set up blumats Running 2 standard carrots in each pot, one either side, 18 carrots total. They run in a loop so each receives equal pressure and can feed from both sides should a dripper block no plant will go dry. Have a nice weekend one and all Peace
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  13. Wow! Omg thank you so much @Joolz for putting this together this truly is the site that keeps giving amazing thank you and massive thanks to @Ledgrowlights-Adam , @ledgrowlights-Craig and @VRG for the amazing prizes, finally time to throw the old mag ballest away and try some ugorg beans diary incoming. Congratulations to the runners up @blackpoolbouncer and @stu sleeper 20vt. This really has put a big old smile on my face and a spring in my step thank you
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  14. Intense Nutrients Matt

    Feeds for diary

    Hi guys @Intense Nutrientshas decided to start the diary's up and running again. At least once a month we will pick a name from people who post below to have a 1 litre set of Intense Nutrients shipped out in exchange for a full diarys. Simple rules as follows 1. Members must have a full completed diary here on uk420 already. It doesn't have to be a brilliant grow with monster plants it just shows your committed and willing to post on uk420 and share your ups and downs in a grow 2. Members must have at least 100 posts across the forums. Not a problem to do with time spent here with full diary already in the bag. 3. Members must be willing to start the diary within a decent timescale of receiving the nutrients which will be discussed via pm as obviously we want to fit in with your current crops that are going and get your nute pack dropped when your next getting ready to startup again If your happy with the above then simply post below and I or the the head Intense account will select and contact to arrange via pm All the best Matt
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  15. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Hey guys. Hope everyone is well? Tomorrow will be day 14 of flower iirc so the lights getting bumped up to 800w. Fuck me they growing fast now Not much to report other than I seem to have cured my minor issues with the blumat pressure. I haven't really done anything whatsoever the last few days with being ill so it's been a cheeky of bare minimum. Chuck some water in the res and make sure nothings out of check and back to bed. Some predators arrived today so 2k persimilis have been added to the flower tent and 2k over all my mums. Did notice a couple of whitefly in the flower tent. They can fuck off! Keep an eye on those bastards! Just kicking back and enjoying the show now. Poor little purple jolly rancher in the front right is getting swamped a bit by yard trout, ssh and yuzu. I dont mind. As I say. I'd rather have more of the others so I all good in my book. Getting a bit uneven now but it is what it is. Bring on the buds. Apologies for the weird variation of colour. As soon as I stock the phone in the tent my camera starts making the plants all sorts of funky shades of green. Don't think my camera likes it as much as the plants. Peace and one love all
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  16. Exhale

    Subbies pic thread

    Psycho Animal Stomper x M.A.C. 1 (8 week pheno)
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  17. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Evening all. Just a quick update while my stuffed squash are roasting Missed last night. Put the second net in yesterday. Temps are actually running pretty warm 27'c ambient in the tent. It's been roastio here today. As you can see. The ssh in the middle of the first row is starting to dominate a bit and generally some of the more sativa types are starting to dominate a bit. I expect and want them to. I could have had them round the sides with the pas and the pjr I the middle but I'd rather a fuck load of the others like ssh and yuzu. Cant wait for yuzu It's fucking epic on another level. Loudest thing I've ever smelt by a county mile. 7% terps. Offensive. Enjoy. Namaste
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  18. OldFord

    This Years Offerings.

    Finally after months of headaches i can finally do pics ! Been a mare between new pc's , new software and new service providers .... the joys of being an old git and modern tech Firstly apologies to @panik & @Amarillo slim - i had free seeds from these guys and as yet have put up no meida or pics in return, i will resolve this now guys , sorry guys. So far all the autos - Sweet Seeds , RGSC's , Subbies. I have taken down the Sagarmatha's Western Winds - a venture back into light dep went very well and i took them down the 1st wk of August - poss could have come down a week earlier but i wanted some amber trichs, Anyway heres a few snaps of her a few days before the chop. I used ali sheets from a job my mate was laser cutting, i eolled them into shape and joined them - kept the weight down and kept it breathable. Covered in blaclout material then a top cap of weed suppressor material to waterproof it. It worked wonders with the plant staying bone dry The smell from this lady was unreal ! A proper stench but so so so worth the end result. The end product is rock hard nuggets that destroy me , an instant rush that is just relentless ..... i will be running her again next year for sure.
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  19. Arthur Mix

    Subbies pic thread

    Some pics of the OT x Blues still no idea who did these , thank you whom ever you are . shame I had overfed early they are lighter feeders than I presumed they could also have gone maybe another week or so , weather issues I decided to chop . Now slowly drying and jarred OT x B2 OT x B3 OT x B4 OT x B6 That’s it for now till next time take it easy…
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  20. hi Growing your own cannabis is legalised in Italy Italy is set to allow the small-scale cultivation of cannabis plants at home after a reform was approved by the Lower House's justice committee on Wednesday. The reform decriminalises the growth of up to four cannabis plants at home. However, it also increases the penalties for crimes linked to the trafficking and dealing of cannabis, with the maximum sentence increasing from six to ten years. The reform, which was put forward by Italian MP Riccardo Magi, makes Italy one of the first countries in Europe to decriminalize the domestic cultivation of cannabis for personal use, with Spain and Czech Republic also permitting the growth of up to five plants at home. This reform comes nearly two years after a landmark decision from Italy’s Supreme Court in 2019, that ruled small-scale domestic cultivation of cannabis was legal. The ruling was made on December 19, 2019 but went unnoticed until a week later when it was reported by domestic news agencies and immediately fueled a simmering political debate over cannabis use in Italy. It triggered calls for further legalization from weed advocates and anger from the country’s conservatives. In the UK, home cultivation remains illegal as well as possessing, selling, or distributing the drug, with offenders facing a fine of up to £2,500 and five years in prison. Recent figures from the Home Office show police are making a record 358 cannabis seizures a day, a 21 per cent increase on 2019. Cannabis was the most commonly found drug in police searches, with quantities being found in 71 per cent of all drug seizures in England and Wales in the 12 months to the end of March 2020. However, in 2018, medicinal cannabis was legalized in the UK and some MPs have backed a similar move to Italy, towards decriminalisation. Meanwhile, in the US, cannabis has been legalized across a third of all US states, with Virginia, New Mexico, and Connecticut being the latest ones to legalize recreational cannabis. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9972709/Growing-cannabis-legalized-Italy.html#comments 44 comments Bongme
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  21. RGSC opg x freezland freebies from @panik Gonna be a big girl this 1... some long ass colas on her
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  22. Boojum

    Trimming

    I've a confession to make... I don't trim my plants before drying. I chop them then hang them up leaves and all It's not that I smoke them leaves and all it's just that I find getting rid of the leaves to be much less hassle when it's all dry, I just find it much easier to pull the dry leaves off as I jar the buds To trim or not to trim, that is the question
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  23. latigid aikon

    Getting rid of trim

    A mate of mine threw a massive bin bag of trim and stems onto a bonfire in his garden years ago. Don't do that whatever you do, the smell was amazing and it covered a huge area really quickly, it was simultaneously hilarious and scary as fuck.
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  24. Smithyy

    random guerrilla photos

    Another cheeky update on the girls after going to scatter some SOP around and give em a drink Fast Zkittlez - Huge plant, starting to bud up now Another Fast Zkittlez, a small/medium size one but furthest along in flower of the 3 The 3rd Zkittlez girl which is now growing sideways due to the sheer size of it and having taken some wind damage (i assume), bottom of the stem about the girth of a coca cola can, I think this one will take more than a few bamboo sticks to get her standing again so not sure whether to let her do her thing as is or perhaps improvise and use my cast iron fork and some rope to stand her up again.. not sure Exo Gold BX1 (Biggest of the 3 of these I have out) and my biggest plant to date. Hope some of these huge ones get over the line in time This one kickin off a stink aswell now
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  25. @bongme Do us a favour mate and please stop posting this same story. There's really no point. Most here won't ever believe a single bad word about canna and the effect it can have on very small % of users (my own partner being one). It's completely understandable given the long campaign of demonisation our good herb has endured, but it still smarts when the thing that is the bane of my life is just a subject of ridicule for the community, even after a canna-loving member comes along and says 'hey, this shit needs to be considered'. For the record, I do fucking love canna (incase you couldn't guess) and probably wouldn't have believed this myself had I not experienced it so close to home. It still happens with home-grown; completely free of PGRs, neem, pesticides and mould. My own theory is that any psychoactive substance can have the ability to trigger a dormant cycle of unaddressed trauma in the user, manifesting as physical symptoms (rather than it being a direct physical effector). I'd go out on a limb and be willing to bet that the few who suffer from CHS have experienced some kind abject abuse in childhood, and most likely imbibe canna heavily to get by in life due to this. It's certainly true of the two people I know in the UK with CHS. If anyone actually wants to have a mature conversation about this, send me a PM. Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is a relatively rare condition in which a cannabis user may suddenly, or repeatedly, suffer from long, painful episodes of intractable vomiting and intense nausea that can last for hours, or even days at a time. CHS is more prevalent in experienced and heavy cannabis users, though there have been anecdotal cases of new users suffering from similar symptoms. This range of victims, combined with the fact that these cases did not enter medical literature until about a decade ago, led many cannabis users to question the validity of the condition even when suffering from the symptoms themselves. It also led to some pretty wild speculation about how and why people become afflicted with CHS, some of which has been properly debunked by science but is still cited by woke stoners as fact. For example, contrary to a controversial blog post that made the rounds in 2018, there is no hard data to support the hypothesis that Neem Oil (or other pesticide use) is the root cause of CHS in cannabis users. Neem Oil is a naturally occurring product that is used worldwide for a wide range of agricultural and medical uses. There have been exceedingly rare cases of Neem Oil poisoning, but not from smoking it. This dismissal is backed by recent findings in studies of various synthetic cannabinoids that showed a measurable portion of the users of these substances were also suffering from nearly identical symptoms as cannabis-induced CHS. Since nobody is spraying Neem around the lab where these synths are being created, science has honed its focus on the cannabinoid receptors found in our own bodies and how they may be responsible for the onset of CHS. Within us all is what is known as the TRVP1 receptor – also known as the capsaicin receptor. Its primary function is the detection and regulation of body temperature and it is activated by 3 things: heat, capsaicin, and cannabis. A clinical study released one year ago in January of 2018 posits that long term cannabis use can decrease TRVP1 signaling which in turn detrimentally affects gastric motility. In other words, the failure of this receptor can cause abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. SOURCE BRING THE HEAT Fortunately, these symptoms can almost always be alleviated with either a hot shower or bath, or the use of a capsaicin-infused topical balm or salve on the abdominal region. Symptoms can reoccur, in which case, a cold turkey tolerance break from all cannabis use is usually the only “cure”. Often, users can resume cannabis use – usually at a lower level than before. This timeframe can vary from hours to months depending on the individual user. So, CHS is a rare condition that causes some cannabis users to suffer from cyclic vomiting and painful bouts of nausea. These symptoms are most often relieved by taking a hot shower or bath or by using a capsaicin topical treatment. Squashing CHS usually requires a formidable tolerance break, if not walking away from cannabis for good. So, why now? Why, after 5,000 years of human consumption of cannabis use are we just seeing these cases in the mainstream beginning 10 years ago? The answer is twofold. First of all, now more than ever, more people can openly talk about their cannabis use without fear of legal or social consequences. Doctors are more receptive to anecdotal experiences than ever before as they too try to wrap their head around this once-forbidden medication. As laws loosen, legit studies on cannabis use and CHS have begun as science races to catch up to urban legends. Still, even with this info just a click away online, many cannabis users to this day don’t realize that they are suffering from CHS and neither do the doctors that they visit to help bring an end to the symptoms. So it is safe to say that these cases were showing up in doctor offices and ER’s around the world for far longer than a decade, it’s just that nobody wanted to talk about weed until recently. Next, also around ten years ago, cannabis use rose to a new level with the sweeping legalization movements nationwide and the popularization of dabbing as well. As Hamilton Morris said on a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Podcast, “People are smoking more weed now than ever before. The levels of THC ingestion with dabbing and high potency strains are just higher for some people. Much higher than it’s ever been in the past.” That fact is combined with the realization that more new users than ever are experimenting with cannabis and cannabis products like edibles, extracts, and all sorts of other ways to flood those tender receptors with cannabinoids. While many of us got broken in on brick weed smoked off a bent soda can, today’s psychonauts are being introduced to cannabis with massive dabs off of quartz nails attached to bongs that cost more than a used car. There are still a lot of questions to be answered about CHS. Nobody can say for sure that it is genetic, but it is curious that it affects such a small portion of “heavy” cannabis users. It could very well turn out to be similar to an allergy. Some people can’t have peanuts, maybe some can’t have pot. While we aren’t looking to dab any Neem anytime soon, we are confident that CHS is not caused by pesticides. The fact that it is so reactive to heat and capsaicin, along with these recent studies into the TRPV1 receptor, tell us that science is narrowing in on the issue and should have some definitive answers for us soon.
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  26. Lea Valley

    random guerrilla photos

    After a result with the Autos in August I’m happy with this mid season floor filler…..MightyGold from some company called RGSC. Great for real GGing in places where other strains would stand out. Germinated late May and planted out early June, it’ll be ready in 7 days. Prolly 4 1/2 ft tall and completely mould free. I took the earlier planted fully cooked versions of MG on this visit which did have a few buds destroyed by mould. Altho I would consider this grower error as I should have gone a week earlier but couldn’t be arsed.Super sticky. Interestingly the wild card super late plant shown behind was planted 4 ft apart. ( I knew the MG would be out of the way when it needed full sun and space was tight in the plot with a used path 30 ft away) I used a 7” hand auger and went down a foot. I back filled with a bit of coco and the soil. I let em take and just fed fbb with a handful of SOP last month. Literally no care, never watered. The MG didn’t like one of the mid feeds and scorched the fan leaves, however the super late Photoperiod wasn’t affected and got bigger and greener. It shows how some plants can take more nutrients than others. Perhaps it’s to do with the higher auto genes in the MG. Autos don’t need rich feeds. Once gone it just leaves the late and later full Photoperiod strains in this 2021 multi yield plot. You’ve got to spread your bets in this game if you wanna fill the jars.
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  27. Revive

    random guerrilla photos

    Few more from the knotweed plot.. forgot me glasses yesterday so just took some random pics and left..
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  28. Amarillo slim

    Potential Alfemco 2022 Releases

    Indeed they are... Heres another more recent pic. (MWF in background). Not really. But haven't checked the 'open pollination' lot I got out yet (which is where I'd expect to find them)... To be honest I'm more interested in the Afghanica expressions in these... ------------ Part of the 'Pathfinder' project... Pic doesn't show it, but those buds are sugar-coated in pungent psychoactive resin... Will post some better pics and more details on this project as things progress and I get the time..
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  29. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Morning one and all, hope this find you all in good spirits. Figured its about time I caught you all up with how things are going under this sexy light. We've now got 9 plants on the cusp of being flipped in my homemade(in a literal sense) living soil. I'll start by showing that before I get on with the plants. So I been cheating myself a little using my previous system. Whilst it works very very well and was incredibly tike efficient, it wasn't organic in any sense and when I live the life I do thats just no good. As many of you know I do a fair bit of other organic permaculture gardening too on a commercial scale including making tons and tons of living soil, compost, biochar, ewc etc from absolute scratch using nothing but materials produced on site. I work on a total closed loop system. Nothing organic leaves the site or comes in which means no shop bought compost whatsoever and a lot of work This is true sustainable permaculture and from what I can see the first documented living soil mix that doesn't contain any peat whatsoever. Anyway. I waffle. So the soil mix is incredibly simple. You don't need a million ammendments and inly a few ingredients that even you at home can make at least 70% of the mix. First off we take 200l of fine grade biochar I made using hawthorn brash I've taken from hedgelaying. (I will document my methods in another thread) Then we add 200l of quality finished homemade diverse source compost.Then on goes 200l of homemade wormcasts. This is actually just the same compost as above thats had worms go though it thoroughly concentrating it.athen goes on 100l of finest amended top soil I dug up from a veg bed thats had compost incorporated previously Then on goes the dry ammendments. This is the only part that I don't produce entirely myself and are actually optional and not essential at all as I used the basic base mix already and works excellently. 3 cups of dolomite lime 18 cups of seaweed meal 20kg volcanic rock dust 8 cups of elixr soil conditioner. Then mix, congratulations, give yourself a pat on the back for saving the world. Notice the colour .....primo. So yea, here we are 6 days later after going into the fresh soil mix and things are growing very quickly indeed and we should be ready to flip in a couple of days. We have in the tent...... 3x jack herer f9 Yard trout Super silver haze Yuzu Purple jolly rancher Psycho animal stomper Headbanger x opg Light is currently set to 540w and the plants couldn't be happier other than a few sneaky mites popping thier head up for which predators will be arriving today. So yea. Excited for this grow and to get fully back into organics indoors All the best everyone, thanks for popping by Peace
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  30. Dan t

    Subbies pic thread

    Cheese x Blues from highgrower
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  31. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Thanks my friend. You know it I have every faith. My never let me down yet(famous last words) budget red scorpion filter is like good ol faithful. No worries. Getting a new one next run though definitely Mate, thank you so much for your kind words. Glad you enjoyed reading it. Evening one and all, sit back, roll a fatty and chill with me, its Friday. Relax man, put your feet up, let's remember this is the low maintainance way. All were doing is topping up the res on the daily. Stick my head in the tent and thats about it. Jobs a good un. I've taken pics of everything but as I say. The light fucks the colours up. As you can see they are all exactly the same shade of green when you look at photos taken from outside of the tent. I'm no photographer. So yea 9x Amsterdam nights up(I got impatient and went delving when I shouldn't with the last one) and 6x c99. 4 didn't crack but they could be oldish beans. No bother. Plenty to work with. SshYard troutssh on the left with yard trout surrounding purple jolly rancher in the bottom corner.Pas jack H florida man jack h yuzu yard trout jack h ssh purple jolly rancherPAS Jack h jack h jack h florida man yuzu(she is probs gonna go 13 weeks)yard trout purple jolly rancher Have a nice night folks
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  32. Some RGSC plants from this mornings visit bud everywhere not much mould and the sun is shining.
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  33. blackpoolbouncer

    Dechlorinate water on a budget

    Absolute waste of time. Leave the chlorine where it is. Plants need chlorine more than they don't. Dechlorinating(or rather the need to)water is a bit if a noob myth imo backed up by broscience.
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  34. FarmerPalmersNT

    Building the mega bed

    Few update pics. Previous couple of runs were as follows.... Melonacci, bubblegum, yuzu, Apple Mac, bingo pyjama and runtz.... Psycho animal stomper, black raspberry, disco biscuit, London lemon haze....
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  35. murphyblue

    random guerrilla photos

    Got some really nice plants and a few hungry ones but bud everywhere now every plant at plot flowering.
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  36. highgrower

    Experiments with Dettol

    As some may know i seem to be constantly fighting spider mites over the past few years - recently I cleared out the grow space with Dettol which seemed to kill pretty much everything - obviously this is not for plants in flower and only in veg - duh! It got me thinking why not just spray the plants - so have been experimenting with some males. Quite a simple experiment just to find what concentration of Dettol kills plants. The experiment subjects (victims) - 4 blues x nonames boys The burning on the lower fans if from a previous spray of some neem and other stuff. I started with 10ml per litre and sprayed a plant, added 10ml and sprayed the next one, added another 10ml for the third and then a final 10ml for the forth plant - so actually the concentration is a bit stronger than shown as I did not top up the water as I sprayed each plant. After 6 hrs Unfortunately i was a bit rough and bend the 30ml plants stem. So part of it looking upset is caused by that. The plant which got 40ml was not happy after 6 hrs. But the others were ok. By the next day the 10ml, 20ml plants were fine and back to normal. The 30ml plant is ok and think its more upset about its being snapped than sprayed but there is some leaf curl happening. The 40ml plant a lot worse. Some close ups So Part 1 of experiment complete and would say it is ok to spray plants with a concentration of Dettol between 20-25ml per litre with out serious damage. Unfortunately these plants seem to be pretty mite free so cant really comment on actually how effective this would be at killing them at that concentration of Dettol. I will try and get some mites to start munching on the 10ml and 20ml ones for Part 2 - but if anyone wants to step in and give this a try please do would be very interested for other peoples input on this as if it kills mites at 20ml per litre its a cheap and easy to get hold of and could be a game changer in dealing with them.
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  37. If however you contact the police about any petty crime they wont lift a finger. Cunts.
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  38. Hey UK420, we have a new Auto Kush and Black Lebanon fem strain coming and would like to spread some love and free seeds for those who can start a new grow as soon free seeds landed and finish around end 2021 or beginning 2022 by documenting in a journal or update in a communal thread,all grow styles welcome! Shipping: 10 EU places 10 Worldwide places Growers get 1 pack with 5 seeds for free! We do admire a from seed to harvest documentation on UK420 and who has and Instagram account of course also there, btw it's also me there. I'm the new man at SSSC for all social media and customer support.
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  39. McHazy

    LED's Grow McHazy

    So we at day 8 of 12/12 Here's some pics Kosher Kush Baklava Platinum Garlic And a few fer the fuck of it's Cheers
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  40. Exhale

    recommend some big yielders

    You can't go wrong with Critical, anything bred with that in yields well. I did the Quick Critical+ (semi auto) supposed to finish quicker I had 2 done at 7 weeks, most were 8 and a couple at 9 weeks out of 9 plants - Just over 14oz from 250w LED in my cupboard
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  41. I'm revelling in this If you google BSV our thread and the ***** thread are still first page right up there with his own links. The best part is, the harder he tries the more its going to stick!
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  42. blackpoolbouncer

    Different strains same buzz?

    Sadly that's what sells. The corner of the market working towards exceptional cannabis is very small compared to the corner of the market thats just there to sell a product to make money selling names. Good cannabis is lost in today's market. It has little to no commercial value and isn't good for nug pics in isnta for the generation that things rock hard golf balls of rolled up mangled machine trim weed thats looks like it's been vacuum sealed between someone butt crack and is purple is the be all and end all. If it hasn't a z in its name or a hashtag associated it might as well be cabbage. It's more about the brand and the merch than the weed these days. I've said it before and I'll day it again. "Fuck the hype". Which coincidentally is now officially my slogan as a seed maker/breeder/man in it for the love Edit. That's not to say there isnt some good stuff coming out of these modern crosses but they are mostly clone only sports that took several hundred plant pheno hunts to find and even a lot of these aren't THAT good and certainly are all very samey high wise but some good terpene profiles coming out. Runtz being a good example. Nice. Not exceptional or anywhere near legendary. Bit look at the seed sales generated off the back of that name. The clone people pay 2k for isn't even exceptional, never mind the incredibly unstable offspring it produces. But cos its got runtz in the name it must be good. In my library I have the actual durbanf1 mother used to create gsc by cookie family collective but how many beans is that gonna sell off it name if I cross it to something......Next to none because there's no hype around it even though its probably one of the most important and infulencial mother plants used in recent times thats spawned this whole craze and launched a brand and is basically what makes cookies cookies. I run the risk of sounding bitter and disillusioned and ranty. I'm not at all. Just sad to see the way the market is going. Now is the time more important than ever to put your time into seed making. Preservation of old clones and lines and a push back against mediocrity and invest your time and money in something that love and care has gone into. You might find you get an handmade artisan woolen jumper instead of being stuck with a primark vest
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  43. blackpoolbouncer

    Different strains same buzz?

    To put that into an analogy that's a bit like buying a bar of cadburys dairy milk, a bar of cadburies fruit and nut and a bar of Cadbury whole nut and saying that all all chocolate tastes the same or being suprised when other than the small addition of the nuts etc that largely it is exactly the same. Cannabis that most people buy and indeed growing these days is all 8 week stuff and most of the latest hype as illustrated in this post and the one I quoted is from a very restricted gene pool. Be adventurous people. Don't be suprosed when an 8 week strain has a the same buzz as the other 50 8 week strains that are 90% the same genetic make up, some gsc or skunk variant no doubt. This camabis market driven by quick harvests, pretty pictures and money means that actually. Most of the really good cannabis has no platform or on the radar for 95%+ of weed users other than for connoisseur growers. Hands up how many here have grown plants that take more than 12 weeks to flower and that think the buzz is always the same? None? Quell suprise stick a Colombian gold in the tent next to your wedding cake and tell me they the same People want to taste the rainbow of flavours and then go and buy coca Cola, Pepsi, rola Cola, diet coke, and a coke zero and then moan its all the same when all it woukd have taken was to do a bit of thinking and bought a Fanta, a lilt, a milkshake and a bottle of coke instead
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  44. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Evening everybody. Me again Noticed the res hadn't used very much water so concluded there was a blockage somewhere. Opened up a few blumats and stuck my finger in and found that I was correct. Gave the line a blow. Reset the meters. Fingers crossed. I'll check them later. Make sure the tent isn't wet on the floor. I'll assess the pot moisture content tomorrow and readjust accordingly. Its probably my own fault. I've used all new pipe except for the feed fromt he res to the tent. Must have had soke residual shite on the walls. Hopefully that will cure it. Everybody's still looking happy. Glad I caught it early. took a round of clones, some from the tent. Some from my mums oh hello. What do we have here.still waiting on 6 to show up bit it has only been bang on 48 hours so I'm not worried yet. Fast germination for the fresh Amsterdam nights. Looking forward to these so much They will be run in a sog as part pheno hunt/seed making run where ill be running these alongside lots of tried and trusted mums that are gonna have sexy time with all sorts of dirty spunkers. As always. Peace and one love.
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  45. ghost gardener

    random guerrilla photos

    trimmers delight
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  46. blackpoolbouncer

    SCOPEX 900 PRO Test

    Not much to report today but yea. Still stuck here in isolation now covid positive too. Luckily it seems to be staying away from my lungs so I can still have a joint. But bored. Very bored. I'm not used to being stuck on a sofa. It's shit. Plants are ticking along nicely and nothing whatsoever to do or report today except take a couple fo photos. So yea. While I'm here with fuck all better to do I may as well make this a good diary. Gives people an idea how things progress although really there isn't much to it tbh. Simple is the key. I suppose it gives people an idea how fast stuff can grow in an organic soil. A rate imo to rival anything. Peace and one love
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  47. Tomateo.grower

    random guerrilla photos

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  48. gb1

    2021 ,,,,,,

    This one below had a good trim,,,, leaving rest till mature. Just over two pounds of meds so far from this plant. Smallest of the 4.
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  49. mikeydoughnut

    DiscoBiscuit

    I’m quite proud of this picture. I’ve only got a wanky camera phone held together wi’ tape. There’s bigger colas than this but it’s still early days. This was taken a few days ago (day 29) Sunday will be day 35. The seed plants took 10 weeks so hopefully the cuts will be a bit shorter wait.
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