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muffintop

No-till thread

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@nudger36 The "filter killer" puts me off growing cheese strains, even though I have everything dialled in and more than sufficient extraction. That cheese smell gets through anything.

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Fairplay mate @muffintop.  i have to doc 3 three grows to show what can be achieved in conservation agriculture the proof is in the pudding when i achieve this next run in the same soil. No buying more soil or EWC:guitar:

still miffed as to why this type of growing isn't more popular:headpain:Joshua Steensland is documenting his no-till grows on youtube

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Livers is a bit more fruity than cheese I found, both old school skunk none the less, just need to make sure the filter is up to the task. I find a lot of the time people exaggerate just to pump up how good their grow was really, I grew the Exo Cheese clone mate and it is definitely manageable. 

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Been slack on my IPM this grow....thrips took advantage. Plants looking a bit battered..but not any worse since  a few doses of neem oil . Anyway, had a look in the notill pot and seen an explosion of these little fellas Amblyseius predatory bugs I believe, hopefully munching there way through any thrip babies. Fuck chemicals. 

 

..whats in your soil?!

 

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Just an update on mephistos sour bubbly, she surpassed hubbabubbasmelloscope in every area, a frosty covered, superb tasting, heavy yielding masterpiece, which will be cured just in time for xmas. I really wont grow anything from another breeder now unless they can perform like mephisto genetics, when grown in no-till they just thrive.

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35 minutes ago, muffintop said:

Just an update on mephistos sour bubbly, she surpassed hubbabubbasmelloscope in every area, a frosty covered, superb tasting, heavy yielding masterpiece, which will be cured just in time for xmas. I really wont grow anything from another breeder now unless they can perform like mephisto genetics, when grown in no-till they just thrive.

 

I did x2 sour hounds outside this yr - were both freebies. Pulled just shy of 2oz of one and 23 grams off tother - both though were 9/10 smoke wise. cant wait to one day be able to try growing some indoors.

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On 11/4/2017 at 0:18 PM, muffintop said:

Just an update on mephistos sour bubbly, she surpassed hubbabubbasmelloscope in every area, a frosty covered, superb tasting, heavy yielding masterpiece, which will be cured just in time for xmas. I really wont grow anything from another breeder now unless they can perform like mephisto genetics, when grown in no-till they just thrive.

Hey man

 

looking a getting some sour bubbly seeds to grow while im vegging regs 

they say 63 days whats your opinion on this?

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I usually add 10-15 days onto what the breeder has stated and chop around day 75-80 with HBSS or Sour Bubbly. I just plant the seed straight into the fabric pot now and let it rock, I don't like disturbing the soil. I let the plant tell me when she's done. She's a very fruity and tasty strain, even more so than the HBSS, I just had a sample and it put me on my arse, not cured properly yet though.

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Just finished reading through! Great thread and information!

 

Great work people!

 

 

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