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  1. Sincerest apologies for the dumb question to follow... I'm looking for a little reassurance! So, due to an unforeseen event I'm forced to break the light schedule of a grow - the grow went 12/12 only yesterday and I need to move the plants and break down the grow for a few hours - I'll have to bring the plants into light around 4 hours early so they went from 18(on)/6(off) to 16(on)/8(off). As I only just turned them yesterday, I reckon I'm unlikely to have an explosion of bollocks... Does that sound right?
  2. A study tracking increased potency of both herbal and resin types of the drug points to greater dangers for users Cannabis potency has doubled across Europe in the past decade, according to the first study to track changes in the drug across the continent. The study, published on Sunday in the journal Addiction and conducted by researchers from the University of Bath and King’s College London, finds that both cannabis resin and herbal cannabis have increased in strength and price with potentially harmful consequences for users. In herbal cannabis, concentrations of THC – the main psychoactive constituent of cannabis which has been linked to psychosis – increased from 5% in 2006 to 10% in 2016. For cannabis resin, THC concentrations remained relatively stable between 2006 and 2011 before increasing rapidly from 10% to 17% between 2011 and 2016. The price of herbal cannabis increased from €7.36 per gram to €12.22 between 2006 and 2016 while the price of cannabis resin increased from €8.21 per gram to €12.27 per gram over the same period. In the UK alone, THC levels in herbal cannabis remained roughly similar between 2006 and 2016, however police seizures suggest they have risen sharply in cannabis resin. “These findings show that cannabis resin has changed rapidly across Europe, resulting in a more potent and better value product,” said Dr Tom Freeman from the Addiction and Mental Health Group within the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath who led the study, which was funded by the Society for the Study of Addiction. Increases in the potency of cannabis resin are chiefly down to new production techniques in Morocco and Europe. But while THC levels have increased, amounts of cannabidiol (CBD) found in cannabis resin thought to offset some of the harmful effects of THC – have remained stable or declined. “CBD has the potential to make cannabis safer, without limiting the positive effects users seek,” Freeman said. “What we are seeing in Europe is an increase in THC and either stable or decreasing levels of CBD, potentially making cannabis more harmful.” https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/dec/30/cannabis-strength-doubles-across-europe
  3. UGORG Girl Scout Cookies Nana

    From the album First Coco Grow Flowering

    Burst pollen sacks on a low down branch, hopefully happened too late to seed my crop-couldn't see any other pollen sacks higher up in the canopy.
  4. I didn't actually realise that there are still people who believe in "Geocentrism". This is the belief (generally held be certain Creationists) that it's not only the moon that rotates around the Earth, but also all the planets, the sun, and all the stars (i.e. the Earth is the centre of the universe!) YouTuber "Cool Hard Logic" puts these theories to the test in a series of videos (currently 8). He seems to come to the conclusion that it's all BOLLOCKS! Here's the first couple of videos in the series: