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  1. Im not interested in what they want to do with cannabis gmo style, they should just leave it alone imho.. but i liked the images Microscopic Images Reveal the Most Potent Cannabis Flowers in Incredible Detail On 10/29/19 at 9:40 AM EDT Scientists have studied the trichomes (or "cellular factories") of the cannabis plant in extreme detail, revealing that flowers with mushroom-shaped hairs are the most potent—both in terms of smell and cannabinoid content. "Trichomes are the biochemical factories of the cannabis plant and this study is the foundation for understanding how they make and store their valuable products," co-lead author Teagen Quilichini, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia (UBC), said in a statement. Finola flower containing "frost-like" trichomes.Samuels Lab/UBC The valuable products of the cannabis plants are its metabolites (i.e. the cannabinoids and terpenes), which are amply produced in the glandular trichomes of the female flower—aka the "marijuana bud." These glandular trichomes come in three variations defined by their appearance—bulbous, sessile and stalked. However, until now, little was understood about how these different shapes affected the plant's chemical outputs. To find out, the researchers developed a technique involving two-photon microscopy and intrinsic autofluorescence patterns. This allowed them to study the internal structures of different trichomes in a hemp variant called Finola. The results have now been published in The Plant Journal. Multiphoton microscopy image of stalked glandular trichome. Samuels Lab/UBC The result was that under ultraviolet light, the stalked trichomes possessed blue autofluorescence, reflecting the plant's higher cannabinoid levels. Conversely, the sessile trichomes possessed a red autofluorescence, signaling lower levels of the metabolite. The technique also revealed the stalked trichomes contained clusters of 12 to 16 secretory disc cells. Those in the sessile trichomes were smaller and fewer in number (8), while those in the bulbous trichomes were indistinguishable and, as such, could not be included in the analysis. "We saw that stalked glandular trichomes have expanded "cellular factories" to make more cannabinoids and fragrant terpenes," said co-lead author Sam Livingston, a Ph.D. candidate at UBC botany. "We also found that they grow from sessile-like precursors and undergo a dramatic shift during development that can be visualized using new microscopy tools." Multiphoton microscopy image of glandular trichomesSamuels Lab/UBC By looking at the DNA of the different trichomes, the researchers were able to confirm that the majority of genes involved in cannabinoid production are found in all three trichome types. Those in the stalked trichomes, the researchers say, appear to be particularly geared towards making cannabidiolic acid (CBDA)—a discovery that could have practical implications for those in the marijuana business, an industry already worth more than the GDP of nine states, Business Insider reported. Anne Lacey Samuels, the principal investigator and a botany professor at UBC, described a "treasure trove of genes" related to the production of cannabinoids and terpenes, which could be tweaked to promote "desirable traits." "With further investigation, this could be used to produce desirable traits like more productive marijuana strains or strains with specific cannabinoid and terpene profiles using molecular genetics and conventional breeding techniques," said Samuels. Stalked (left), sessile (center) and glandular (right) trichomes. Samuels Lab/UBC The next steps will involve finding out how the trichomes "export and store"metabolites. This is particularly intriguing as levels of metabolites in cannabis plants should be toxic to the cells, says Livingston. "We want to understand how they manage this." "Despite its high economic value, our understanding of the biology of the cannabis plant is still in its infancy due to restricted legal access," Quilichini added. here
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  2. winning post number as randomly selected using googles random number generator is post 16 congrats @Michael Luchóg Make sure you are all here for another give away next friday
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  3. All taken from TFZ the day we found it ripped... Pretty amazed that plenty of stuff like this had been missed. It's looking like me and Andro are just about gonna scrape our year supply each target, adding in the big lump of hash due to be processed over winter. So, a proper up and down season....but some nice pics of bud from TFZ to finish with.
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  4. Fast Diesel,DFG,and Lemonade OG.
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  5. Here we go again.. 1st- D.F.G- lovely lemon sherbert flavour that evolves and deepens with a cure. Nice high and some very early and mold resistant phenos. 2nd- royal mazar- the quality of the buds are the best ive grown. Dense, tastey and covered in trichriomes! Did struggle with the mold a bit more than the others, but worth it. 3rd- fast deisel- big plants, super dense buds! Especially considering how mold resistant she is. A strong smoke. The strongest i grew this year. Tastey too!peace
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  6. Dinafem-Mark

    Moving Home Will Go Offline.

    Hello all I hope everyone is well on this Monday morning As the title suggests I'm moving house on the 9th November so I will go off-line for a short period both prior and a little after whilst I help the wife pack this house up and unpack on the other end I foresee lots of boxes, screwdrivers and flat packed furniture in my near future As you can imagine I'm super stressed so send your thoughts and prayers my way wish us luck I'll try not to be offline long All the best Mark..
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  7. Joolz

    Friday Night Giveaway

    this weeks winner,as chosen randomly by google random number thingy is congrats @Smokebelch
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  8. I dunno if anyone remembers but my car died about a month ago and i still had a few girls out at a site i couldnt reach without a car.. well, i got another car and went over to see wha gwarn. The plants i had out were late plantouts. There was; 1 x red mandarin, 1 x critical sour, 1 x alien gorilla (freebie) and 2 x super skunk (freebies).. the red mandarin and critical sour were both ravaged by rot. They looked like they got quite mature before they did though and as i wasnt there to see, i cant say weather they were resistant or not. I did manage to salvage a few buds of each to help me decide if ill try them next yr. @RandyBoBandy here is the bud i salvaged (red mandarin) ill let you kno how she smokes in a wk or 2..no pics of the critical sour bud i salvaged. The alien gorilla had hardly any rot, however it also had hardly any thc and as far as i can see, no hairs either? Super dense buds tho..but the real surprise was the super skunk. 2 plants that i never imagined would come in. One of which turned an intense purple. Both smell typically skunky, are understandably quite loose and leafy but are fully mature with about 15% rot on the green pheno and 10% on the purple pheno. I almost didnt go back. Glad i did now!..i love the symmetry..thats it for this year. Only 4-5 months and we can get going again!! Ill be keepin an eye out for the last minute harvests! Peace
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  9. Hey fellow Auto growers. I came across an intersting situation which I thought I should share with you. I was lucky to get some Dinafem 'Blue Amnesia XXL Automatic seeds from the very wonderful @Dinafem-Mark, and I wasn't disappointed..... the 1st time I grew one I harvested 18.4 ounces of exceptional quality bud.... She was a MONSTER! Naturally, I thought I should grow her again, so this is how things went..... Like always, I sow my seeds directly into Coco, and for this grow, I had my Blue Amnesia along with 3 other Automatics.... Day 1 She started off just like the others (except the Double Glueberry OG) Day 7 I repotted to 25 Litre Airpots in the 3rd week, and here she is on day 20..... Nothing wrong so far. She looks great. By day 29 though, I could see that she (top right) wasn't growing at the pace that the others were..... and by day 40, although the others had started flowering, the Blue Amnesia had not.... I gave her the benefit of the doubt and carried on, I thought that because she's an XXL, maybe she'll take a bit longer in veg. Another week passed by, and still no flowers. Looking back, my previous BA looked like this at day 44........ Plenty of flowering and stretch, as you'd expect by this stage. This current Blue Amnesia was looking different though. Day 48 now...... Looking very healthy, but where's those flowers??? I carried on regardless, and on day 62, looking a bit thirsty, but still NO flowers.... Closer you can see lots of new, vigorous growth, preflowers, and I'm glad to say, no ball bags. OK I thought, she's definitely not a he. Maybe give her some PK 13/14 to kick start her into flowering.... as you might expect, no change. There was only one opton left, maybe she's a Photoperiod? I searched around, and I couldn't find much. Dinafen don't even make a Blue Amnesia Photoperiod, so I decided to get a new tent... a really cheap 1.2 x 1.2m wise, 2m high job, and cobble together some lights and extraction. She needed to be under 12/12 ASAP while the rest of my Autos finished in the old tent on the usuall 20/4 lighting regime. Here she is outside the old tent on day 67..... I was beginning to think she was a bit too big for the new tent. After a long wait for the tent, up it went, and in she went.... day 72 Yup..... Those old LEDs are up at the highest possible point. Not much room for any buds to grow. I was already using the old Photon 126 unit for the main grow.... as supplemental lighting, but now there's one less plant in my main tent, I moved it into my new tent for the Blue Amnesia.... it wasn't enough to cover her with light, so I dug around some more and looked for my old Helios lights...... I think I got them back in 2012/3.... everyone was using HPS.... if you used LED's you'd get lynched online.... everyone telling you they are useless, don't live upto the hype, too expensive etc etc.... Despite all the 'advice' and warnings.... I went with LED Hydroponics..... I don't know why, but I think it had a lot to do with the knowledge that the main Man there has.... he knew his product, and gave the best advice on how to use them. Then I watched open mouthed as a grower called Ledbud, grew a massive Automazar with one. In those days. most growers were getting 3 to 5 ounces from an Auto, Ledbud scored 14 ounces!!! I found my old (2x) Helios 2's and one Helios 6...... the Helios 6 was my beloved first LED..... the one they all tried to shit on. But she showed them.... she showed them how to grow a kilo from 2 Auto Ultimates..... oh yes. I could not believe it...they all fired up first time! Quality gear. I'll save the Helios 2's for later, but the Helios 6 and the Photon 126 are now back together like Jake and Elwood, bathing my Blue Amnesia in pure LED goodness..... 2 days later, day 74 she was already hitting the lights, so I shoved a load of long stakes in and supercropped the fuck out of all those tall stems. .... giving me a nice flat canopy, and about a foot of space..... It wasn't enough, and by day 83, she had grown a forest of stems, all hitting the lights again, so I got that sheet of 5cm metal mesh I used in my last grow, clipped it to some ratchet rope hangers, and lowered it down, click by click by click, tucking all the stems through the mesh, till I got it down to just above the the level of the previous supercroppings.... then I supercropped the shit out of her again..... .... and I gave her a good clear out down below..... .... and here's a view from underneath. You can see some of the first supercroppings, tied to the stakes..... .... and from above the next day (day 84) you can see the ratchet rope hanger, supercropped stems tied down to the mesh with green cable ties and lots of tops all growing upwards again..... .... and YES.... she's flowering!!!!! The Autos in the main tent were just about done, so I moved the lights around and put a massive bank of Skyline LEDs in to give me better coverage over such a high canopy.... Look at the legs on that filthy Bitch! There's no more that a foot of space between the lights and the canopy... .... but the canopy is choc full of bud! That's day 96!!!! about 3½ weeks into flower!!! By day 104, I had moved her back into the (slightly bigger) old tent 1.4m x 1.4m wide, but still just the 2m height. I had reinforced the roof, so it was much easier and safer to load up with more lighting..... why not! I dunno if the tent can take anymore strain.... it's leaning to one side a little and even the reinforced mesh roof is bending. I've had to put this much lighting in because of the lack of height space... reduced spread of light coverage etc. Here's a shot of the amount of space I have, and you'll see what I mean.... The canopy is sort of sloping down as you go into the tent... the stuff at the front is taller, so I have to crawl under the plant, and pop up at the back of the tent to get a better view.... Here's looking back at the left side... ....and the right side.... A sea of colas.... I've just started giving PK13/14, and hope she's got about 4 weeks left to go. Day 116 and all going well. I had to do a plain water pH'd flush just to balance out the medium, and deal with the tip burning. I've been keeping a close check on the run off these past few weeks, the extended veg period... that's a big ask for the medium to stay stable. I'd been keeping the EC around 0.8 for a while now, pH 5.8 to 5.9, same feed, same everything apart from 5 days pf PK13/14.... also at EC0.8, given from day 103 (day 31 bloom) The run off EC was about 0.6-0.7 prior to PK 13/14. During and after PK, I noticed the EC of the run off went upto 0.9-1.0. pH was good however.... 5.8 to 6.0 I gave her a good flush... 24 hours of EC 0.1 rainwater adjusted to pH 5.8. The folowing morning, run off was EC 0.3 pH 6.0, so that evening I made up another EC 0.8 feed like the one before I gave before and after the PK, only with 0.05ml/L less A&B in it...... hopefully she'll be back on track. I think the tip burning and high EC run off was because of my temps.... all that lighting..... 1300W draw and 2600W output from the 4x Skyline 400's, 2x Skyline 100's and the Skyline 800..... that's made my tent a bit on the warm side.... 33°C right now.... but with plenty of air circulation fans. I get a good 10° drop in temps during lights out. Here she is on day 116, 44 days into flowering. The problem with a 73 day veg period, it that you get MONSTERS, so I had to do two phases of major supercropping, and got a mesh screen over her to maximise what little overhead space that I had. A shit load of defoliation under the mesh, and I'm greeted with this as I open the tent.... The mesh screen is 120cm above ground and about a metre above the top of the coco. I really don't have much space.... about 20-30cm between the canopy and the lights, which are at maximum height..... The supercropping has allowed me to create a massive canopy 1.2m squared. I had to be brutal, but as you can see, she responded well.... It was after the first round of supercropping was done to all the main upright stems when I put the mesh screen over, so what you're seeing under the screen is that. The second round of supercropping was done to all the shoots coming off the (1st round of supercropped) stems that grew above the net, and you might see a few green cable ties holding down some of that lot. Are you with me so far??? Anyway, getting a decent pic of the canopy is pretty tricky, I have to crawl under to the back, and pop up between the two lights at the rear. She won't fit in one frame, so this is the area on the left.... .... then the centre region.... ...and the right part..... Then I came up with the idea of using the 'panoramic' function on my phone, and got this...... .... and even then I can't quite fit her all in one frame! The buds are fattening up nicely, and are loading up with a good coating of trichomes..... pistils are beginning to brown off, so she won't be long now..... Unfortunately, the time had come to move home, this gets very complicated so skin up another doob, spark up and enjoy the final stage of this grow! Day 129..... 57 days into bloom, and there's an open house later in the day.... we're moving out and the Landlord wants the place viewable for future tenants. I've been planning for this, and I was ready to go as soon as I finished my wake and bake. Joint out, made another fat one (you know how it goes) and got to work. Here she is then.... ready to start her new adventure..... Lights out is usually 8am, so on the dot, I unhooked all the yoyos and dragged her out of the tent. I had fed her the night before, and so after 12 hours of light, she wasn't excessively heavy. I got one of those plastic dust sheets you can get from DIY shops and wrapped that around her to gather everything up towards the middle. The plant was 1.2m by 1.2m wide so getting her through doorways would be a problem unless I could get her width down to 80cm. I stuck a load of black bin liners together, 6 by 3, with some parcel tape to make a kind of tarpaulin.... over that went, followed by another load of black bags.... all held together with more parcel tape...... What a kinky bitch!!! Anyway, I eased her through the door, lugged her downstairs, staggered outside, and dumped her in the carport. I never throw shit out, so finally I had found a use for the cardboard box for a fridge we bought a couple of years back..... I doused it in orange oil spray, parked the cars around it and got back to getting the tent down for the impending open house later in the afternoon. I'm not gonna lie.... she stank! But all went well, and the rabble came and went without a hitch. I got the plant back inside, and skinned up again, the relief of not getting rumbled was incredible. We got more and more caned, I couldn't be arsed to get the tent, fans and lighting up again for 'lights on' and the next day, we continued getting caned..... it wasn't until 5pm when I decided it was time to free her from her bondage...... when I ripped open the plastic, it was drenched inside! She'd been sweating like a Nun in a cucumber patch. I had planned to use the same method again 3 days later when we had to move out... wrap her up in plastic, get her on a van and back in her tent in the new gaff by lights on...... but after the stress of the open house, I didn't fancy going through all that again, and seeing all that humidity build up in her gimp suit made me think the whole lot would be lost to rot if I continued, so I took drastic action...... Officially day 130 chop.... 58 days after flip. Have a look at that blanket of bud! It was nice and juicy, the trichomes all milky, so why not just finish this grow once and for all..... I had shitloads to do, what with moving house and packing, cleaning etc, so cropping had to be done late at night. I started my usual way, stem by stem, manicuring as I went, and hanging them in perforated cardboard boxes. 3 days went by in a blur, then it was move day. The night before, I did as much manicuring as I could, but by 3am I was still left with a mountain of bud to deal with, so I just started chopping it all down, leaves and all. I got a packing box. lined it with some packing paper, and laid out a load of stems on top. then some more packing paper, and then another layer of stems.... again and again like some kind of ganja lasagne. I squeezed it down and then continued filling the box with the stems that I'd previously cut and hung, layer by layer until the box was stuffed. I taped it up and labelled it 'spices', doused it in orange spray, and put it with all the other boxes for the removal boys to load up in the van. It took about 5 minutes for the whole house to stink of pungent blueberry. 'Oh I wish my house smelled like yours' said one bloke. 'Mmmmm' said another, 'that smells like strong stuff mate'. Then he went on about having to move 10 bin bags full of Peyote once, and how he's seen 'everything'. These Guys were gonna be OK..... I could imagine some companies refusing to move drugs interstate, but this lot were fine about it! Anyway, we made the move, and after everyone had gone, I sat down that night and thought about how I was gonna dry all this wet weed. I was sitting in the large lock up space beside the house.... everything was packed in there... piles of boxes.... and slowly it all came together in my head. I put up the new 1.2m² wide 2m high tent, hung up a filter and 6 inch extraction, and set to work unpacking the 'spice' box. I hung the longer stems in some boxes, and clipped the shorter stems to a few sock hangers. I still had a load of smaller buds and stems to dry, and suddenly remembered I had this hanging net thingy I bought and never used a few years back.... all stashed in a box, somewhere in the piles of boxes in the lock up.... found it quite quickly, and hung it up in the tent, after scattering the last of the bud over it. Being back in Suburbia, I have to be a bit more careful about prying eyes, so I came up with a solution to make the drying set up more stealthy..... Mrs Tee wan't happy about me using her precious screens, but you'd never guess, would you? Especially the bt of paper over the 'Grocell' label Then you open the screens...... ..... and unzip the door...... Some manicured stems and a few with leaves still on. .... and another, all with leaves on. I figure this will slow down the drying process as they wrap around the buds and hold the moisture in a bit longer..... So 2 boxes full, and 3 sock hangers as well. Some of it was manicured.... .... but most of it was leafy AF.... The sock hangers are great, easy to load up, and easy to hang.... I was pleased I remembered I had the drying net. I couldn't be bothered to individually wet manicure all that and brown paper bag it all. I was well knackered from all the moving, so this was a nice lazy solution. I put the extraction on its lowest setting and let them rest for a good while. On day 144, 14 days after the initial chop, I decided to do he final manicuring, weigh up and jar up. I'd probably left it a bit late, they were well dry. It was pretty easy clipping off all the leaves, and eventually I made a couple of nice piles of nugs.... The top pile of larger buds weighed 185g. The bottom pile weighed 246g. This was all the stuff from the boxes and the sock hangers. The next day I went through the stuff on the drying net..... another 91g. The bud has very nice bag appeal.... rock hard nuggets covered in sparkly trichomes...... If you tot up the numbers, you get 522g in total..... 18.4 ounces of bud from one plant.... a Blue Amnesia XXL Automatic that developed into a Photoperiod. Dinafem doesn't sell Blue Amnesia in a Photoperiod, so this is a rarity indeed. And so fucking much of it as well!!!! What do you think @Dinafem-Mark I grew Blue Amnesia Auto 2 grows ago..... this smells the same... pungent Blueberry with a deep rich aroma. Guess how much the Auto gave me in comparison..... 521.6g..... 18.4 ounces...... what an incredible coincidence! So there we have it, this was quite a grow..... I started with 4 Autos in a cardboard box. One became a Siamese twin, and another decided to be a photo. 1378 grams or 48.6 ounces all jarred up! I'm well happy with that! Thank you for joining me and seeing all the bullshit I have to deal with to get some decent smoke, and I hope you have as much success with your grows!
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  10. Finally made my mind up..... Think if it wasn't for the shit plots and rippers, my vote would have been a lot different..... 1st Mango Sapphire all day long, stunning smoke, high, strength, harvest, bag appeal....got everything 2nd Serious 6 Always produces the goods, Dan introduced us to these....done them ever since....getting better too 3rd Lemonade OG Always in my top 3, this one, beautiful strain, and in another season she would be my number 1 or 2, but shit happens
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  11. Dr feelgood

    random guerrilla photos

    Tiny g13 hashplant
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  12. 1gram or more of pure weed joints every time you skin up never having to hunt (hated that) have any strain you want growing something really cool and learning loads about stuff totally normalising weed in your life being able to see through the worlds/life’s shite not wanting anything else really apart from good healthy plants (when your plants are good and happy so are you!) feeling like your in the right place in your head (cannabis has deep historical roots) being a bit more self sufficient loads really
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  13. Well here we go again folks..... Same rules as before..... 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices.....quick reason for your choice....3 points for a first, 2 for a 2nd and 1 for a 3rd No auto's allowed!!
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  14. Eelhelmet

    Reed Bed Gorilla Grow

    hardcore northern weed, next to zero mould. Stinks like sour milk
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  15. The_Wickerman

    random guerrilla photos

    Sweet tooth,done <5% mould solid performer Waiting for BOG (blackberry og)
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  16. harvestreaper

    random guerrilla photos

    few randoms from today
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  17. brock1

    gueriilla bud thread

    Not sure what these are but random outdoor buds from poorly labelled plot that flooded twice lol.
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  18. 1st- Serious 6 (best against mould) 2nd- DFG (2nd best against mould) 3rd- Killer Kush fv (3rd best against mould) FUCK THE MOULD Roll on 2020
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  19. SubSpecies

    Grown in the Garden.

    @Asha605 @Punta Roja @RandyBoBandy @Phoenix @bubbleguppie and anyone else iv missed. Evening folks, hope all is blessed and well, iv brought my weed with me if anyone fancy a nice spliff? Please, dig in Affiedaze: Affiedaze Hash, melts when burnt, tickly on the chest, strong man!! Hand sifted 100 micron. Just some of the trim. Below: Is Green Gold Hash (left hash) compaired to Affiedaze Hash (right hash)
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  20. Pure CBD strain Matanuska Thunderfuck is still to finish. No mould and nice & healthy and should be done in 2-3 weeks. If she finishes (big if!) she’ll do about 5-10oz. She’s well over 7ft tall and starting to purple in the cold weather. Pics below
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  21. 1st Easy Sativa x Skunk very terpy sweet and spicey strain, little mold even with shit weather, big yielder and easy to grow. 2nd Gorilla Haze Very resionous sticky buds, strong lemon terps, had more mold than the above but acceptable amounts. 3rd Green Gold Smallest Yielder of the three but lovely relaxed smoke, thick resinous buds and acceptable amounts of mold.
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  22. The net is starting to close....you ripper c*nts!!!
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  23. RandyBoBandy

    gueriilla bud thread

    ill add more pics as I've not taken many this season.. was mostly video but at some point ill do bud shots this is grape kush This is cream mandarin x diesel auto.. my fave of the season.. I hardly smoke but this was a full large coffee jar and its now in a small coffee jar.. absolutely loves it i keep saying to myself ill start smoking something else to make it last... but have I fuck i don't feel right if im not tasting this.. and getting the awesome vibes I get from it..
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  24. OK so i was having a tidy up and found a load of stuff I forgot was here so to shift it all we are having a friday night give away tonight and every other friday untill it all gone win a couple of Attitude t shirts, stash tin, tray and some seeds open to all members. lifer's get 3 poosts, subbies get 2 posts, all other members 1 post just post in this thread before midnight for a chance to win this weeks goody bag of prizes
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  25. SubSpecies

    random guerrilla photos

    Purkle.... 23rd October 2019 Harvest 52Lat Naturally some mold, 20% - 25% mold perhaps. Pleasent smell, so hard to define, am i smelling hints of Green Gold? or hints of Purkle in Green Gold? The Skunk influence maybe? Theres a sweet citrus smell there too, nice! Not gonna be a massive yeild, in all fairness its extremly high leaf to bud ratio, but very resinous. Would i grow again? I don't think i will, not the best outdoor strain, too late, too leafy, to prone to mold, not really a proper outdoor strain for UK if im honest, Spain maybe, or Lats lower than 51, it does come with breeder advice such as "if you live somewhere with long warm & sunny summers", thats not really UK, but it was worth a shot. I would have had another Purkle in the garden but the wind blew her over when she was 4ft tall during veg, she never recovered and just died, shame, would love to have seen how this done in the garden, much better im sure. No smoke report yet as it's still drying. But im sure it gonna taste goooood!!! SubSpecies Special....... Resin drop anyone? A deformed Stalked Trichrome A good night....... Untill next year....... BIG UP!!! Peace & Love UK420 Crew Been a wicked year Respects SubSpecies
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  26. SubSpecies

    Grown in the Garden.

    Special guest appearance in Jah garden tonite, ladies and gentlemen, brothers & sisters, please give a warm welcome for....................... Father BOB MARLEY!!!!!!! JAH LIVE!!!
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  27. Sour Jamaican Limes 54 days flowering 4 different genos under the Logic 640 enhanced LED kit dimmed to 250w per unit so 500w in total sitting about 22" from canopy maybe a little more....these lights frigging rock faded to early using ecolife soil but still looking fantastic organic magic ! Farmer G
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  28. Rampa Green

    Your Best HSO Picture's

    Ogkz day 43 flower
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  29. winner will be announced tomorrow tune in same time next week for more of the same
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  30. Dr feelgood

    random guerrilla photos

    Second to last girls out for this season are some nice dinafem blueberry cookies choped today.
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  31. Smokebelch

    Your Best HSO Picture's

    The New @ Day 59
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  32. Smokebelch

    Your Best HSO Picture's

    Blueberry Headband chopped @ day 56.
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  33. Andromedian

    The Big Freeze

    What a night that was.... Think we have had enough kicks in the bollocks of late....little bit of silver lining wouldn't go a miss Anyway....a long time ago in the season....we visited our Parlour plot, and realized some slag had taken the Fire99 auto's, they were all very small, and what they took, wouldn't have come to half oz....but all the same, a rip is a rip, we wanted to trap and camera the place up, in wait of the rippers return, but ended up not bothering due to commitments elsewhere.. So we just wrote the plot off....knowing full well, they would return and take them as they were ready. We decided to go back there last night....more curiosity, than anything All RGSC strains here including a few Freezeland crosses..... On the way....the usual prediction conversation started... For some stupid reason, I had a really good feeling, that the plants were all there, and the rippers didn't return...the other side of me thought, well, no way.....2 hopes....bob and no. Zug thought there would be just popcorn what they have left...maybe bits and pieces... The rain actually held out for the best part of it....shocking Right poxy walk getting to the gaff....especially if it was gone ha ha Well......as we walked into the plot, we nearly fell over... Nothing else had been touched.....quite a bit of mould going down, but what a fucking result... Most of the mould was on the GG#5 x Freezeland….this was covered. Everything else wasn't so bad. Was a really nice Purple Freeze here....tiny bit of mould….beautiful colours. I'll post some pics up when zug sends me them. We harvested a lovely FF99, smelt gorgeous....quite a bit of Fire99 and Some gorgeous smelling Lemonade OG, even better than last years, like Lemonade OG+ ha ha... Fuck knows why they didn't come back....a ripper with a conscience Thank you....whoever you are Made us very happy this evening So like I said....not a sad end to things really... It is why we do 6 plots.....We have lost a lot, but that is Guerrilla growing innit Pics to follow......
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  34. MacGanja

    random guerrilla photos

    Macganja vs the weather... The weather won.. Total mold fest this year... Harvest what i could this year. About 2 wks ago.. But really nothing worth shouting about or posting... Hence the delay.... possibly 1 jar after dry... At a push. Lmog didn't hold up to the onslaught of rain.. Mold 85-90%.. Although great smell... Pic is deceiving... Alot more mold on inspection... The next one possibly 95%mold...but no pics too depressing.. SKITZZO preformed slightly better against mold... But less yield... But very nice smell! 75% mold Very impressed with Skittzo very fruity... Sweety smell.... with right weather this would be awesome! Next year the weather will be betterer! Peace all
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  35. CXM370 @265w 50x50cm frame for 80x80cm area by DIYLEDUK Day 20 Flower, I don't think I'm going to turn it up any more everything seems right. Pissing all over my 250w HPS that pulled around 300w at the wall. Keep getting this goofy childish smile when I open the door like a proper endorphin-gasm. Lights off
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  36. I have recently been gifted a month's supply of a cannabis Oil to see how it impacts on my Parkinson's symptoms. The oil is unusual, not the FECO I normally get in if I need it. Usually my oil supply is made from Gorilla Glue and is high THC, low CBD. Great for chronic pain (I have spinal issues too, predating the PD) and also for treating the Parkinson's symptoms. This new oil, however, is low THC (0.116% THCV, 4.491% THC, 0.912% THC-A = total THC load of 5.292%) with high CBD, found as 17.588% CBD-A, 15.588% CBD totalling a CBD content of 31.017%. There are also levels of CBG-A (4.191%) CBG (0.881%), and CBC 1.037%. I have only had it two days, but already I suspect it might turn out to be more useful for me than the FECO. Interestingly, the new oil has a lovely mellow high, which I did not expect with such low THC figures. Like high THC oil, and also vaped/smoked weed it is very good at treating PD related brain fog, depression, demotivation and total energy loss. But it goes further and seems to tackle certain other symptoms that FECO didn't. I will report back on this later, when I have been using it for a few weeks at least.
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  37. Smokebelch

    Pineapple Skunk x The New

    I have test germinated some F1 hybrid seeds I made with a Humboldt Seeds male Pineapple Skunk and a female HSO The New and the seeds are viable. I have 4 that have germinated in wet paper towels so tomoz I will get them in some compost and keep a log of them in this thread as they progress. I will be sending a load of these seeds in to be given out as subbie seeds so if you do snag a pack feel free to post photos and log their progress in here, it should be lots of fun and hopefully there will be some nice plants to be found in these seeds. Humboldt Seeds Hybrid : Pineapple Skunk x The New
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  38. Gro-zone Hydro

    Crap packaging needs addressing

    We apologise for the packaging, this issue has been addressed by management and all future internet orders will be fully checked before being despatched. Going forward all boxes will been securely wrapped in black shrink wrapped and where the box is heavy, additional tape will be applied to ensure the boxes don't split in transit and therefore ensuring ultimate discretion when delivered. Standard delivery to UK mainland is £6.95 per box (only 2 bags will fit in a box due to the weight). The offer to receive 1L @Intense Nutrients Organix Grow or Bloom when spending over £50 and to receive 1L Organix Grow & Bloom when spending over £80 is still on. Please quote UK420 in the order comments. We also try to include other 'freebies' to UK420 members when available. Your feedback is greatly appreciated as we continually strive to be better and to meet your needs. Once again, I apologise for the packaging issue and we will ensure this does not happen again. GZ
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  39. HSO-Mark

    2 New Strains Dropping Soon.

    Hello all, I hope everyone is well I've just been told we are launching 2 new strains for HSO pretty soon so you know what that means I'll need a good few member's around 10 to test out and be the 1st in the world to try these 2 upcoming HSO additions More info will follow shortly when I get the strain description etc I can give a hint or 2 Both strains are photoperiod Both have been made "faster" flowering One of the parents is being used in the PNC The other is one of our 2 Flagship strains That should keep you guessing until I release the names If anyone guesses the name of either strain correctly, I'll sort you a pack out If your interested in this grow Drop your name here as usual More info coming very soon Kind regards Mark..
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  40. 80085

    random guerrilla photos

    All weighed in, 4 plants just over 9ozs.. another year were iv got my quoter Came in early but didn't turn out to bad..
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  41. SubSpecies

    random guerrilla photos

    @Oliffe Sure do....... she didn't want to stop growing, kept throwing out new calyx non stop, colas were slightly loose, but lots of dense clumped calyxs forming each big cola structure, LST'd, 50L pot, she used nearlly all of that space for roots bar 6inch from the bottom, pure organic homeblend soil, fed with mostly reggae music, worm humus compost tea every watering, bit of seaweed once a month... not guerilla though bear in mind. 6 oz good honest totally destalked (even the bigger buds got destalked proper job) and a 62% humidity dry weight. Top smoke. Taste like old skool outdoor import herb from years back.... with a lovely stardawg twang. Best tasting smoke this year (except my affidaze hash) Enjoy the pics my friend SubSpecies presents Fast Buds Auto Stardawg, 118 days seed to weed
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  42. InTheSystem

    Your Best HSO Picture's

    CMOG on flush now stinking the place doooown!
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  43. Andromedian

    Your Best HSO Picture's

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  44. Andromedian

    The Big Freeze

    Well first up...... These are all Zugs pics....didn't have my camera... What an up and down season for us... First pic is a Lower branch of a Lemonade OG, fookin bud was massive, and smell was lovely....proper cooked, all the plants here.... We should have come back here 2-3 weeks ago, but didn't think there would be anything here.... The GG#5 x Freezeland, got hit the worst on the mould front, this should have come down 2 weeks previous, so our own faults here... she looked like she finished well too The Purple Freeze had a beautiful colour to it, very resinous and very cooked So yeah, what a fuckin result! The Crosses here have done really well considering how late they went out and how late they stayed out.....most with only a little mould... would like to start these a lot earlier and give them a proper chance.....
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  45. Day 64 of my first flower run under a Scope 220 - temps got a bit cold and plants went a bit yellow. Some buds At a guestimate Im going to get about 2oz a plant so pretty much a g/w but could be more ... or less - but certainly looks like there is more than I get from a scrog under a 250w hps in the same space plus buds much more even with the nice light spread and no burnt bits where things have got a bit close to the bulb.
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  46. Smokebelch

    Friday Night Giveaway

    @JoolzThat’s a nice surprise to wake upto on this stormy saturday morning. Thanks for running the contest dude. PM incoming with my addy.
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  47. InTheSystem

    Your Best HSO Picture's

    CMOG - pheno #3 I have.. Smells naughty.
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  49. Oi Oi lads! Check out the buds on my Deep Valley Funk from Beez Seeds! Biggest of the year so far!
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  50. Just to say the Intense Coco Nutrients arrived this morning and to be honest I thought it was going to be just Coco A/B but no, it's the full coco line including additives. Now I had said before today I was only going to use straight A/B and cal mag, but since the rest of the line is here we will use it. So massive thanks to all at @Intense Nutrients and @Intense Nutrients Matt excellent service and all arrived in plain packaging. Toke...
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