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  3. Tentoes1962

    Fishing in 2020

    No but we are heading out in a few minutes now that the rain has subsided....we will try the area around Perpetua State Park...I will try and remember to send some pics of the area.
  4. EDDIEKIRK

    Fishing in 2020

    Did you catch anything?
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  7. Tentoes1962

    Fishing in 2020

    So on the Highway Lakes trip, we caught 1 trout and the marital unit caught some bluegill, but nothing to take home for supper. Wife MUST have jinxed us!!! This weekend though, we are planning to go stay in Jachats, Oregon, which is a little south of Newport. My wife wants to kick back and relax and I plan to go fish. There are some beautiful basalt formations that you can climb onto and cast down into fishable water, and it is impressive to feel the big waves hit the rocks and you can feel it rumble under your feet. I love that area and hope to bring home some surf perch at least and hopefully some rockfish. Might bring a crab pod as well! It is always wonderfully humbling to feel the power of the Pacific Ocean spread out in front of you. If anyone is interested in joining me, I will be there from Friday evening until Sunday checkout. Of course I will bring my favorite pipe and some respectable flower. I can provide two poles if anyone would like to try their luck but be aware that fishing is mostly fishing and not necessarily catching fish but damned I will be trying to haul in some supper! Anyone interested or just curious then just respond in this thread...
  8. tumbleweed

    TW lazy grow journal, lol multiple strains!

    4 weeks since planted the seeds, 12" tall and 24" wide...
  9. Today I bought three bags of FFOF from “The Green Future” store in Wilsonville. The owner was nice enough to throw in a complimentary bag of Fox Farm Coco-Loco Potting mix after having traded grow stories.....
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  11. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    I know a lot of people do though.
  12. Backdoor

    TW lazy grow journal, lol multiple strains!

    Santa Claus beards, always good to see in DWC.
  13. Backdoor

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    All right Papa, you stepped in it, now show us how its done. Please respond to the OP's statement with less technical stuff. It's your turn to share and help out a beginner. So please strut your stuff and Pay It Forward.😁
  14. EDDIEKIRK

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    I don't know if this is helpful, perhaps you might give the grower a bit of 'beginner' help rather than admonish someone who seems to be trying?
  15. EDDIEKIRK

    Just a noob’s picture of my ghetto-grow

    Hey @Tentoes1962, did you get a chance to transplant those?
  16. PaPa-Smurf

    Starting a small indoor grow.....

    This seems a bit technical for a beginner. Just saying.
  17. tumbleweed

    TW lazy grow journal, lol multiple strains!

    OK, moved them into larger containers today (17g), I don't really call it 'transplanting' because it's just to a larger tub (DWC) and ZERO shock to the plants (I just move the net pot lids to the new tubs). Allowing for airspace above the nutrient solution, there is aprox 10-11g nutrients per tub. I also added a 2nd air stone to each tub. The slight discoloration you see on the roots is caused by 'stain' of the micro nute of my 3-part (Cutting Edge Solutions). Dumped the existing nute solution and mixed fresh, got lucvky and have an even 6.0 in both new tubs. Lights are aprox 12-13" above the plant tops (LUSH Herbal Vador 2x) note: the minimum recommended manufacturer distance is 18" above - I have grown these from seeds/seedlings too close to the light so they are well adjusted. peace, tw
  18. Backdoor

    New grower seeks advice.

    Ok, let's take this in steps. Plant preparation and soil preparation. 1. Transplant the plants into a 1-2 gallon container (which will then be transplanted a second time to their final destination. 2. Decide if the plants are going into the ground or will a 7-10 gallon container (above the ground). Which one will be your game. If you plan to go into the ground then my recommendation is to amend the soil 3-5 days before you transplant (longer is better). Assuming you have the traditional clay dominant soil, then the answer will be: 1. Add compost and sphagnum peat moss to the clay soil so it will now be 1/3 of each. 2. Mix your inputs (fertility, nutrition, liming agents, etc) with the peat moss first (easier). If you plan to go above the ground then you will want quality potting soil and mix enough NPK fertility, nutrition and other goodies. So, hard to shine any light on a particular path until you decide, above or in the ground,. For baby transplanting I sometimes will cut my normal charged grow medium with peat moss (1:1) and let the roots grow for week or two before the final transplant. My guess is some of the things I see in your pictures are related to both the environment and an imbalance of the sweet 16 nutrients; your answer will be your own private Goldilocks solution: Not too much, not too little, but just right. Start with flushing the plants with water (maybe 1 gallon each, slowly) and then, feed them with a small doses of general purpose water soluble fertilizer (I like Seagrow 16-16-16 and use at the rate of 1-2 ml /per gallon of water). Start using it daily for about a week, then everyother feeding--but water each day and maker sure you see and remove runoff (10-20%). Why not use 5ml once a week? Because small amounts delivered more often, is less stressful to an unhealthy plant. It is my go to methodology I use when my role is Nurse Nightingale. Where the plants are what is the air's high/low temperature and humidity? OK...baby steps, plant preparation (transplant) and soil preparation (which path to take?). Hope this helps.
  19. EDDIEKIRK

    New grower seeks advice.

    They could be trichomes (crystals)
  20. EDDIEKIRK

    New grower seeks advice.

    Stubs O'KiefToday 8:58 PM if you can afford the soil, 30-40 gallon pots are nice for outdoor grows. If I were growing anything other than these super small early flower plants, they would be back in those 40 gallon pots or in a raised bed
  21. tumbleweed

    New grower seeks advice.

    chances are very good it was not under too much light at a store selling it...
  22. CANNACHRON

    New grower seeks advice.

    its not mushy the problem is i have no clue what lights they were under i could not go inside the store you pre order wait outside they bring everyone their clones out in a paper bag
  23. tumbleweed

    New grower seeks advice.

    if it's not soft or mushy, could be just normal growth
  24. tumbleweed

    New grower seeks advice.

    assuming you don't have other causes, curling is usually caused by the plant trying to dissipate heat (lights too close could cause that as well).
  25. Stubs O'Kief

    New grower seeks advice.

    Hmmm, hard to see, but it doesn't look like mildew to me. When a plant gets big enough, the older growth stems become harder and sort of flaky-skin looking, kind of like a thin bark. Is it on just the stems? They sure look ready to transplant though, their roots are probably begging to grow out.
  26. CANNACHRON

    New grower seeks advice.

    here are two better pics. And when I scraped with a finger nail it took a bit to get any off.. and idk if i even got it off. Saw a tiny white speck/flake on my finger nail but the stems looked the same.
  27. EDDIEKIRK

    New grower seeks advice.

    How bright are the lights? This curling is not normal.
  28. CANNACHRON

    New grower seeks advice.

    here are the other plants and a pic of the plant pictured in the first picture... lol. Anway im wondering why the leaves on the strawberry cough sativa are curlying
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