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  1. Ch@ppers

    random guerrilla photos

    'Arry banging some ROYAL mazar out at 6am this morning before his big day
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  2. RandyBoBandy

    random guerrilla photos

    thought id go see if my plants was still alive today.. very half hearted plant out so thought they may be dead.... all I did was take out old plants and add new ones..fed the area a couple of weeks before... the area had shrunk due to surrounding vegetation.. so I didn't even plant the whole tray... just half.. very lazy.. wasn't in to it as I usually am but still having ago... I should have taken some water with me as we have had fuck all rain.. also should have took slug pellets too.. they are the same age as the ones in the garden and are nothing like them... as they are in compost and have been watered... if they are to make it over the plot, they will need some rain soon.. and some ferts through the season.. the ones in the pots are mango reg.. that's in the orange.. ive topped that one... I wanted to top the s6 x cream mandarin in the black pot but don't know if that's the right thing to do to a cross with auto in.. ? im guessing I can top @beezee the seedlings in pots are autos.. most over the plot have auto in them... wondering if this ones auto.. maybe theres half a tray at the plot... would be cool if I manage to get a handful make it from that lot... I prolyl say it every year.. but ill pull my finger out my arse next season... maybe good to see so many going for it big time this season.. hope you guys smash it
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  3. zug

    random guerrilla photos

    Here's our autobed of White Widow, 2 weeks after planting them: Decent amount of growth, although we had one causality which we replaced with three more..so 14 in this bed now. They were watered well as the ground was very dry here. Hoping for some rain for them soon.
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  4. Ladyguerrilla

    random guerrilla photos

    1st time uploading to forum. 2nd year guerrilla, hope it’s a great season for us all! RGSC 12 green gold 6 fire 99 6 royal mazar + 6 female seeds red purps
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  5. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    * Inspired by Captain Bonglington's woodwork thread, Cheers! * So here's the first.... A little mahogany and Indian oak band saw box, hand sanded and finished with two coats of Danish oil.
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  6. FARMER G

    Subbies pic thread

    Psycho Animal Stomper no1 dry flower shots , seeds created by @Vicfirth12.....nice one vic Farmer
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  7. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    This one is a coffee table made from Indian oak. This wood came from a job a couple of years ago, the wood is actually crate wood direcct from India that was carrying Indian sandstone paving. I have one of the 3'x2' paving slabs to use as a table top using more of the oak for the legs and surround at some point in the future! Annoyingly the timber has shrunk a bit since these photos were taken, leaving gaps in the top. I'm going to get some resin to fill and finish it.
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  8. Ch@ppers

    random guerrilla photos

    When you find yourself shopping for pallets of wire....
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  9. Magicmunchietree

    random guerrilla photos

    Kalashnikova sat in my garden, not sure if that qualifies but it's about as Guerilla as I can get round here.
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  10. We knew that everything was running late this year, even the birds had nested late in April, so we also instinctively knew that the little seedlings would not have had as many odds at survival if we had planted them out prior to this weekend. Checking the weather every day, we intended to plant out on days surrounding rain fall, which proved to be increasingly difficult as the week went on, but finally we settled on May the 19th. An auspicious day, according to a close friend, not because of the Royals issue, so much as Markle and her family are thought to be associated with Cannabis and its cultivation. We also assumed that on the day of the royal fiasco people would be busy invariable having lovely bbqs and get-togethers, and given that the weather was glorious the chances of a encounter with a nature or dog walker would also be reduced. The afternoon before our plant-out we slipped into the plot for 3-4 hours to prepare cages, and in we went the following with a box full of very small plants, some tools and our camouflage boiler suits. On hands and knees both my Husband and I began to plant one flower after another, marvelling at the vivaciousness and colour, some had even establish a root system that went right round their pot, in a couple of days ! Cage after cage, we worked in the Sun, hoping, praying that they would take, yearning even more so for some rain. And then all Hell broke loose... From up the side of the embankment came the loud growl of a moped or a dirt-bike (or two?!?) venturing the track and round the bend. Immediately dropping all our tools we dove face first into a forest of nettles (that had been feeding on the same nutes and shite we were giving our plot; the feckers were enormous). Barely breathing we watched through the green, hoping whoever the intruders may be, that they do not stumble onto our little site by serendipity or accident. Eventually, after what seemed like hours, we heard the bike ride away, and so picking up our tools and cages we continued our labour of love. Now, you would think that on this plot we had seen it all; horse and moped riders, scouts making camps, pigeon, pheasant and clay pigeon hunters. Ravenous rabbits with insatiable appetites, muntjac and small deer, even a red kite ffs!! But what happened next just takes the cake. From above the ridge, beyond sight, we heard a loud hum, like a small engine or a massive bee?..or even a feckin DRONE!!! As the hum came closer VERY FAST, my husband and I made for the nettles again just in time for me to glance at a passing para-copter who seemed to be headed away from us. Back again on the field, with the distant hum of the annoying para, we carried on with our work and were startled when the hum seemed to be almost directly above us, having been a great distance away only a moment ago! My husbands command came loud and clear, two words: GET OUT! Flinging small plants and pots everywhere, springing through dense vegetation, I ran up the bank and nearly up a tree, into obscurity, with my husband following suit a moment later. We turned, half expectant to see the annoying para above, and were treated to the view of his rear as he spun the glider somewhere into oblivion; he hadn't noticed us, not once. We packed quickly and quietly, not returning to fix the cages, arms, legs, faces stinging like heck from our brush with the nettles. ............ Returning this morning we slipped in not knowing what to expect. There had been no rain and we had not been given the chance make a final check, tidy-up, tuck the girls in so to speak. I was half expecting to be faced by the loss of a couple of plants at least, you buy the ticket, you take the ride, am I right?, but what we encountered was surreal. Not one lost! A couple looking sad, but none lost. We made sure we left nothing out of place, took one last look at our girls and silently hoped for water. ............. As I am concluding this post it has just showered like a boss and the Sun is out to blast em!!!!
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  11. I think its all relevant in the fact that what someone might get from a packet of seeds is mediocre matey next door to him can buy the pack after and find a blinder...kinda like a scratch card ! What i have noticed about a certain strain is that it consistently returns very high in the wash and that is Disco Biscuit created by us UGORG... Then recently i grew out some of @Vicfirth12 Psychosis x Animal Cookies x Grape Stomper OG and they were really impressive on the trichome coverage haven't seen its return in a wash yet but she does look like she would return well... Farmer
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  12. harvestreaper

    random guerrilla photos

    a few criticalsour an outdoor grapefruit this morning ,, lost 5 to rabbits,,, i think the holes too big in the chicken wire ,, got me all bent outta shape started thinkin about polecats
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  13. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    Another band saw box, this time made from a poplar log.
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  14. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    Table mat and drinks coasters cut from yew tree logs.
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  15. Hash time!
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  16. ocb

    random guerrilla photos

    I cant believe she isnt even 3 weeks old from germ yet! None of the background plants are either!
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  17. Amaethon

    random guerrilla photos

    Well I hesitate to mention my puny efforts on here - just three plants and autos at that I'd intended to give it a rest this year - got enough to see me thro - but I won a comp on the HSO thread so.... Prepped for rucksack section of journey On-site unpacking Two of the three in their cages. I got some 'nutmeg' colored paint spray online and used it on this Wilco fencing. At 25 yards it's invisible . Once the bracken is up they'll be even harder to find. Great to see both old-timers and new (on here) GG'ers. @Ladyguerrilla - really fine looking grow you got going there Good luck ppl A
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  18. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    This is my all time favourite thing that I have made, a hand carved walking stick. It's carved from an ash branch and took countless hours. The best part is that I didnt have any carving chisels so the entire thing was carved with a regular 3/4 inch wood chisel.
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  19. Arnold Layne

    Life without Lyrica

    In consultation with my GP I have decided that after 20 or more years of taking maximum dose of Pregabalin daily ( 2 x 300mg), its time to come off the stuff. I really did not know how effective it was being, and my insides are in a bit of mess. Now I've come off addictive stuff before, notably Amphetamines, Cocaine and Opioids. So I figured that I was pretty eyes-wide-open in terms of being ready for the come down. Which was good, because it wasn't/isn't pretty! Not in any way, shape or form. Even though I did it by way of a slow tapering down before finally pulling the plug. Physical wise, much the same set of nasties as one would expect from a modest Opioid withdrawal. Shivers, sweats, dizziness, weakness, vomiting, nausea, loss of appetite, loss of motivation, complete exhaustion, shits, sleepless nights and total weakness. But the most unpleasant part was/is the mind games, the psychological side of withdrawal. I though there would be some of this, but I seriously underestimated what was coming down the line, what I was running into. Depression I anticipated, and got. De-motivation I expected and got. But the worst part was the terrors. For the first week I was gripped by bouts of what can only be called total, uncontrollable "fear" or "terror". Not as in fear about something or being terrified by something, just irrational, inexplicable Fear. Essence of fear, as it were. I had something like when coming of heavy amphetamine abuse, but this was way beyond that. All I can say is, thank Fuck its fading and becoming less frequent after ten days. The good news is, that Pot works wonders when going through the detox. Without it, I wouldn't have hacked it, and be still on the Lyrica. But I'm not, thanks to Pot. The thing is, Lyrica works! As anticipated by both the GP and me, my background pain levels have become much stronger. But I have alternative analgesia in the shape of Oxycontin and Morphine. Long term, I hope to scale back these too. But Opioids have less negative health impact IMHO, so I'll tackle them when I feel ready. Although I will always need some. My spine is deteriorating all the time, and with PD on top, well, pain is just a daily reality. My hope is to get to a point where i use nothing but Pot and Morphine (ie, to ditch the Oxycontin). If you're thinking of ditching Lyrica, all I can say is: Be ready for a scrap, and then some! And be sure to have a big bag of weed to hand.
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  21. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    Hand carved mushroom from a laburnum log, one of my favourites! The first thing I carved.
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  22. vortex

    first 4 out

    well i popped to my first plot today and planted out the first 4 ladies into their new homes ... 3x dinamed (will be used for oil for family member with cancer) 1x lemon juice express ( for me ) next batch should be out next week ,,, then the rest the week after in this plot and my other plot too .... ive added a few pics of the first plot ... its still a little but stoney even tho i have removed loads of stones allready but the soil is quite god and ive added blood fish and bone ,,, seaweed and chicken crap pellets over the last few month so it should have a good chance of some nice plants ( fingers crossed ) still have room in this plot for 3 or 4 autos and a few photoperiod plants and im able to go several feet either side if i need more room ....then i have a second plot all prepared if i need more room what do ya think so far .. ??? thanks
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  23. tsk

    random guerrilla photos

    wow, look at the collywhatsems on them! brilliant... Dicot you say PR? thats the twins christened then, Di and Cot...
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  24. tsk

    random guerrilla photos

    this year trying a few new sites, some under the category "growing in plain sight" taking advantage of the fact that lots and lots of people are actually paying little to zero attention to the world around them... for example see it? fence within a fence... lets see how it goes... and gathering strength for the big plot... on the left is a mix of DFG, Mighty Gold, easy sativa and, in the middle, a chronic seed that sprouted TWO plants from ONE seed! twins... on the right is Mr. Nice walkabout. god DAMN thems some feisty plants...
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  25. zug

    random guerrilla photos

    Next wave getting ready to go out this weekend:
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  26. Sweet Afghani Delicious fem. Beautiful plant, beautiful smoke. GV.
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  27. vince noir rock n roll star

    vince suffered for his art ,hso pot noodle comp entry

    you`ll notice ive not topped the pot right up to the brim yet ..there is a reason .. never try to fit 4 pound of shit into a 2 pound bag ..that ..thats what i heard in my head when i topped the pot up ..wise words .. i also popped 4 holes in the base and 4 in the sides itll become apparent later on why .. i also winked at it ..only the once ..i dont want it getting too rampant too soon .
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  28. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    This is just a small box, its made from reclaimed oak that was originally wood flooring.
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  29. vince noir rock n roll star

    cat pooping in veg bed

    12 bore or a land rover with searchlights so you dont miss em . lion piss dont work cat scarer electric (it shat on it ) mouse traps shat on em prickly plant stems like roses across the soil -shat on em sprinkler ...drank from it ..then shat on the hose rakes and prickly things ...shat on all of em .. if the cat is laying claim to that area then your gonna get shit ...20-22mm shingle was the most successful thing ..but even then it shat on it .. water pistols and vigilance the way we got rid of our cat problem was to convince the neighbours to have another kid ..the house was too small for them with two kids so they moved to a main road ..the cat was run over within two weeks ..and their insurance which they bragged about paying out a grand if the cat died paid them twenty quid ..the grand was if the cat could be operated on and saved . karma and cats are a funny thing .
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  30. Tommy tucker

    random guerrilla photos

    I found another bag of last years leftovers so i made this
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  31. Punta Roja

    random guerrilla photos

    Coincidently here's an RGS Kushty twin... Not that rare...it's called a Dicot. @panik ATB PR
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  32. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    A couple of table lamps. The first is laburnum, the second is yew.
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  33. SPG x blueberry dad put to a blueberry sativa x shishkaberry mum. The dry sift from this was amazing
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  34. blackpoolbouncer

    DiscoBiscuit

    The anticipation is killing me. Not long now, looking at her she will soon be in my jars
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  35. One of my worse one was when I was convinced my furniture was conspiring to attack me because I had forgotten to water a house plant and it had become droopy, bit of a shitty few hours convinced your rocking chair is out to get you and afraid to go to bed in case my bed was in on the conspiracy
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  36. Yup, a court summons will be in the post for public urination. Either that or they'll do a jurassic park and make a jimboo/nessie hybrid. Jimzilla.
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  37. There once was a boy named Gimmesome Roy. He was nothing like me or you. ’Cause laying back and getting high was all he cared to do. As a kid, he sat in the cellar, sniffing airplane glue. And then he smoked bananas –– which was then the thing to do. He tried aspirin in Coca–Cola, breathed helium on the sly, And his life was just one endless search to find that perfect high. But grass just made him want to lay back and eat chocolate–chip pizza all night, And the great things he wrote while he was stoned looked like shit in the morning light. And speed just made him rap all day, reds just laid him back, And Cocaine Rose was sweet to his nose, but the price nearly broke his back. He tried PCP and THC, but they didn’t quite do the trick, And poppers nearly blew his heart and mushrooms made him sick. Acid made him see the light, but he couldn’t remember it long. And hashish was just a little too weak, and smack was a lot too strong, And Quaaludes made him stumble, and booze just made him cry, Till he heard of a cat named Baba Fats who knew of the perfect high. Now, Baba Fats was a hermit cat who lived up in Nepal, High on a craggy mountaintop, up a sheer and icy wall. “But hell,” says Roy, “I’m a healthy boy, and I’ll crawl or climb or fly, But I’ll find that guru who’ll give me the clue as to what’s the perfect high.” So out and off goes Gimmesome Roy to the land that knows no time, Up a trail no man could conquer to a cliff no man could climb. For fourteen years he tries that cliff, then back down again he slides Then sits –– and cries –– and climbs again, pursuing the perfect high. He’s grinding his teeth, he’s coughing blood, he’s aching and shaking and weak, As starving and sore and bleeding and tore, he reaches the mountain peak. And his eyes blink red like a snow–blind wolf, and he snarls the snarl of a rat, As there in perfect repose and wearing no clothes –– sits the godlike Baba Fats. “What’s happening, Fats?” says Roy with joy, “I’ve come to state my biz. I hear you’re hip to the perfect trip. Please tell me what it is. For you can see,” says Roy to he, “that I’m about to die, So for my last ride, Fats, how can I achieve the perfect high?” “Well, dog my cats!” says Baba Fats. “here’s one more burnt–out soul, Who’s looking for some alchemist to turn his trip to gold. But you won’t find it in no dealer’s stash, or on no druggist’s shelf. Son, if you would seek the perfect high –– find it in yourself.” “Why, you jive motherfucker!” screamed Gimmesome Roy, “I’ve climbed through rain and sleet, I’ve lost three fingers off my hands and four toes off my feet! I’ve braved the lair of the polar bear and tasted the maggot’s kiss. Now, you tell me the high is in myself. What kind of shit is this? My ears ’fore they froze off,” says Roy, “had heard all kind of crap, But I didn’t climb for fourteen years to listen to that sophomore rap. And I didn’t crawl up here to hear that the high is on the natch, So you tell me where the real stuff is or I’ll kill your guru ass!” “Ok, OK,” says Baba Fats, “you’re forcing it out of me. There is a land beyond the sun that’s known as Zaboli. A wretched land of stone and sand where snakes and buzzards scream, And in this devil’s garden blooms the mystic Tzu–Tzu tree. And every ten years it blooms one flower as white as the Key West sky, And he who eats of the Tzu–Tzu flower will know the perfect high. For the rush comes on like a tidal wave and it hits like the blazing sun. And the high, it lasts a lifetime and the down don’t ever come. But the Zaboli land is ruled by a giant who stands twelve cubits high. With eyes of red in his hundred heads, he waits for the passers–by. And you must slay the red–eyed giant, and swim the River of Slime, Where the mucous beasts, they wait to feast on those who journey by. And if you survive the giant and the beasts and swim that slimy sea, There’s a blood–drinking witch who sharpens her teeth as she guards that Tzu–Tzu tree.” “To hell with your witches and giants,” laughs Roy. “To hell with the beasts of the sea. As long as the Tzu–Tzu flower blooms, some hope still blooms for me.” And with tears of joy in his snow–blind eye, Roy hands the guru a five, Then back down the icy mountain he crawls, pursuing that perfect high. “Well, that is that,” says Baba Fats, sitting back down on his stone, Facing another thousand years of talking to God alone. “It seems, Lord”, says Fats, “it’s always the same, old men or bright–eyed youth, It’s always easier to sell them some shit than it is to give them the truth.”
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  38. Cursed

    cornish pasties

    Not necessarily, depends on how long were talking. Humans are actually built for fasting periods, genes that prolong your life get switched on when you lack food or enter a fasting state (foxo genes). Lots of research is just looking into them now and their life prolonging properties. Reducing calorific intake can have a dramatically positive effect on metabolism, hormones and almost all biological functions. The American government commissioned studies in the 30s during the great depression. The researchers hypothesised that starvation states would be really bad for organisms but actually found the reverse to be true, it prolonged life Eating too much crap i.e. living on pasties is probably way worse for you. It leads to overloading of you insulin response leading to blood sugar spikes that are actually really bad for you (eventually results in diabetes, via obesity). After researching it this year for a paper I changed my lifestyle completely. Genetically we have loads of mechanisms that kick in in times of food scarcity that deal with things like oxidative stress (the reason we age) and apoptosis (planned suicide of damaged or cancerous cells), insulin or more specifically, the insulin/insulin like growth factor pathway causes these genes to be switched off. So basically in the west we are literally killing ourselves with our diets. I'm not one for knee jerking but reading all this scared the shit out of me and has caused me to lose two stone, start exercising and change my diet completely. Low carb wherever possible. Edit: if anyone wants to research any of this I've got about 30 papers looking at the role of these genes and how insulin and calorific intake affect them, let me know and I'll send them or point you in the right direction Edit 2: sorry, that post got really technical and boring I apologise
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  39. The NHS wouldn't need to borrow any more money and there would be far less demand for prescription medication. The black market would disintegrate and criminal gangs would lose their foothold, it would also probably make gang affiliation less attractive if there was no money to be made in the illegal marketplace. Police would be able to pursue real crimes instead of stomping on medical/percy growers just to hit targets. Opioid and synthetic drug abuse would decline, people would also consume less alcohol. The population would be much happier knowing they have a choice.
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  40. Boomslang

    Return of the Mac

    Your plants are looking lush mate in these root trainers. There's still time for plant out. Last year I planted 2 Early skunk*Leb 27 *Leb27 mid June. Got 4 ounces of dry buds on one of them, one of my biggest yielder and hardly any amendments like the others had received. SO no panic mate, get your down, get digging and give these girls a good home.
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  41. mrjim

    My Woodwork

    A couple more pics of the first band saw box and a second one made from yew.
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  42. Sidi Hidi

    random guerrilla photos

    @Tommy tucker I will be doing Some dry sift, when I break up the buds and manicure them. Then the trim and popcorn will be bubbled and hopefully come out looking like your lump. Enjoy it tt. The pollenated popcorn A good un and a dud un. Candy Buddha X Smile
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  43. L PLATE

    Your best Dinafem pics

    Here's some dry bud pics of my dinachem, this pheno I had is unreal, very very strong bud,ZZzzzzz:) very very smelly, I've blazed a long time and this is my best bud I've ever smoked, unreal:) so damn sticky, full of resin:) love it
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  44. beezee

    The Beez bite back

    Just a 'quick' update... Both the quick critical+ are up today, I took a pic of the first one to show either yesterday or the day before with the gorilla behind it. Also the dinamed auto is showing sex now, I hope it'll start stretching soon. Another will be put into dirt in a week or 2.
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  45. Owderb

    Royal Wedding

    Parasites Owd
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  46. @Crentz dude @Smokebelch Thanks dude, the Critical looks better than she'll yield I think. Only the top 3 or 4 inch that are firm but hopefully I'll be surprised. After chopping Pak#1 last night I'm gonna have a guess at 3oz, could be more though, don't wanna sound too optimistic Here she is anyway Couple of pics of the whole plant just before I started butchering her at 71 days. A nice close up of a top So you can see the trich colours. I'm guessing at 40% amber on the tops, less on the lowers as expected. What you reckon? There's quite a lot anyway so she's gonna pack some And a pic of her hanging to dry I'll have to have another inspection of Pak#2 before I decide when to do the deed but I'm thinking it might be after the weekend Happy growing peeps
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  47. Too true there @AutoMaster I have been dosing this one up with seaweed after the beginning she had but I have overdone it slightly, same too with the EC, but not as high as you say knocked it back to 1.4 after trying a 1.5 but she told me off Update Took some photos on day 40 and got three ok for putting up without too much blur Anyhow, as said above, I tried upping the EC and she didn't want it, so I've knocked it back to 1.4 and will keep her on it. Nearly at six weeks on this plant and she's done well, but I think I ran too many leaders for her to pack out her buds really fat...frost is good though and aromas stink....zkittles hmm, like opening a bag and a full on fruity/grapefruit come lemons vibe, on the rub of the stem...yeah she smells nice folks Some frostyness An idea of scale...7.5L pot and 10 in inches diameter Stacking well enough Yeah a good plant this one folks and grows a chunky stem too Thanks for watching
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  48. I was 14 the first time I took acid. Me and some mates bought it from a dealer in a different town. My mates dropped theirs on the train home, I had to go home for tea. Figured if I took it when I got home I could eat my dinner and fuck off over my mates before I came up. Walked in the door after eating it and my old man informed me tea was going to be another 45 minutes. By the time tea was ready I was flying, tripping balls, and my potatoes were talking to me, full on "don't eat me" pleading. I ate everything else and pushed them around my plate made my excuses and legged it. My love affair with hallucinogens started there Fuck knows what my folks thought was wrong
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  49. the lone deranger

    random guerrilla photos

    Is it me, or is everyone stepping up their game @panik monkey see, monkey do
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  50. crticalcontent

    The Beez bite back

    yeh mate i have over the years @Boomslang. it defo adds abit of structure to the soil, but i am telling you now. i have had gadens which have had the most clayiest soil you can imagine. literally you probably could of dug a square out and made a sculpture . the horticultural grit well worked in the a bit of compost or what have you and the clients were growing big lush plants in flower beds that used to just flood and drown everything then bake rock solid in the sun. but yes mate i agree a bit of perlite is defo a positive add in for incresed structure of medium. 25kg on the back is nothing. two trips jobs a gooden. but each too their own. horses for courses. im gooing to shout you soon @beezee hacking awayat the white widow xxl with the cheesX widow male which absoulutley reeked! and also got the pollen stored for blue dragon mazar. interesting times. lots of strains getting te hack treatment. just for the love of it. if i get my seeds climatised to my lat the hypothesis is tey will perform better, one trough selective breeding and two natrual adaption. its a weird thing actually i was watching a documentary about garlic farming i know gripping edge of the seat stuff. but he would by exotic strains of gsrlic that sell for mega bucks in these michelin star resuraunts. aany how fisrt yery ther did nothing, he harvested the new bulbs and the grew shit hot the next season. He then tried it with loads of exotics garlic breed types. and the same thing now the guys boombing making big doh!!! maybe i sould do a garlic plot
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