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  2. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    If you pull it now, It will be fine, It will just taste a bit earthy. We've all smoked earthy weed before. Just recall that the 'CURE' is what makes the plant turn out its best, so ask us about curing, or do go read about it here on the site, You can make a plant 10 times better than what it is now with a proper cure.
  3. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    I personally would pour some treated water, (meaning leave it to sit out for 24 hours,) if you can)) then pour it through the plant. OR 'flush it ' in other words, try and get the water in the plant to come out clear, then let it sit another couple days and then chop it. Try and flush out any trace nutrients that might have built up in the plant. Then YUP. Yank her out.
  4. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    So you still recommend to chop them now?
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  6. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    What that means is at some point, Probably after they started budding, You added too much nitrogen to the plant, those brown leaves should have fallen off, especially with a slight tug, this may cause the taste to be somewhat, earthy. Still Good, but next time you'll do better.
  7. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    No unless they are totally brown. If there's any green anywhere on the leaf, it takes an unpleasantly hard tug to pull it off....in other words pulling off the leaf requires a tug that almost feels like I am injuring the plant....
  8. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    Cool beans man....thank you very much!!!
  9. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    You should have pulled all those dead leaves off long ago, When you tug on them do they 'pop' right off?
  10. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    The ones I show are done, Leave the one with no browning to grow longer
  11. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    Hi so I am attaching some pictures of the buds of two of the plants that I am about to harvest. I would like to hear folks’ opinions about when I should harvest them, please. I have a total of four plants, three of which are the same strain and one is of a different strain. So the first two pictures are of the loner plant. I really think she isn’t ready because the trichomes are almost all clear or milky and there are almost no brown fan leaves (they are almost ALL green and healthy looking). In the third and fourth pics, the trichomes are a mixed bag in that I see mostly milky trichomes with a little amber in the older buds but with some that are clear in the newer buds. Also from the pic you can see that this one has started to put on her autumn “clothes”. Your opinions are appreciated!
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    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

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  14. Graywolf

    RIP Speckles

    Ohmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  15. Purple Power

    RIP Speckles

    RIP Speckles, 2/27/18 to 9/9/2020. She died as a result to the fire set a few blocks from my house on Weds. She was an endangered breed, Speckled Sussex. I raised Speckles since she was 2 days old. She, like all of my pets, are my babies. It doesn't matter if they are a dog, cat, or chicken, I love and spoil all of them more then I did for my human ones. Speckles laid every day and was one of my winter layers. She was one of my lap hens, that would enjoy pets while telling me what's going on in the flock. Some times Speckles would lay an egg on my lap. She'd follow me around the yard while talking up a storm demanding pets. When she'd molt, her feathers would have more white tips then before. Her sisters and the hen that helped to raise her (Feisty) miss her very much. Speckles has been gone for a few days now and they are still looking and calling for her. I know there is a chance that Feisty will go broody once she relies that Speckles is gone as she has done this in the past. I'm researching endangered breeds and thinking of getting one each: Speckled Sussex. Delaware, and 55 Flowery hen. The question is if where I get my chicks is still standing and have them. +5
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  17. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    I use these retractable plant hangers, They come in different shapes and sizes and can be purchased at almost any plant store. I've watched @tumbleweed use pipe cleaners for years to prop/hang his up.
  18. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    So I have resorted to using small, 20-gauge, insulated wire to support many of the buds that have grown too heavy for the stems/branches to support. I suppose that that should work okay, but I see now why folks install the trellis/scaffolding to support the buds when they get big. Is there anything else I should do?
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  20. Happy Birthday. YUP! Another year. :)

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  22. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    Well I want to get high and think about it.......:) Just kidding... Yes I would very much like to hear your advice and knowledge and thanks again for taking the time with this old stoner! In doing so, you are disseminating a lot of information that people would give good money to pay for. I appreciate that.
  23. Happy Birthday, Cheri! ♥♥

  24. Backdoor

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    Sure, just remember that if growing organic was that easy, then everyone would be doing it...in spades. Advance preparation is the secret: grow medium for use in 6 weeks, must be mixed now. Once upon a time I thought I grew plants, then someone said, "feed the soil, not the plant", which I did and things improved, then someone said focus on the microherd, which I now do. I am the landlord and my tenants are the microherd. Fungi feed on bacteria, bacteria feed on organic carbon, which is important, and then we have a group of protozoa, which eats them all, and so forth... Microherd is a group of microorganisms that feed on the goodness in the grow medium, that in turn provide the plants nutrition in a "plant available" form. So, are we ready to grow and feed populations of microorganisms? That's what I really do. Nutritionally, the plants take care of themselves, I just provide the environment and food for everyone to do their thing. Which brings us to the concepts of sustainability and Biodynamic practices. Are you game?
  25. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    .....and here is a shameful picture of Ashley after she went out drinking with her buddies.....
  26. Tentoes1962

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    Thanks Backdoor! ...would you care to offer some suggestions for my next grow? I would like to adhere to more organic standards. If and when you have the time, I would love to hear your recommendations and stories of a land far, far away!
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