Jump to content
Welcome New Members. Click and introduce yourselves. Read more... ×


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 07/13/2019 in all areas

  1. 6 points
    Karr McDebt's Custom Laser Engraving & Ommp Pay it forward Summer giveaway, Set of four Medical Cannabis Coasters. Custom engraved. Free shipping. Pick a number between 1 and 710 the closest to the number without going over wins. Contest ends August 29, 2019. Remember custom orders happily considered. Contact Karr McDebt's Custom Laser Engraving 4"x4" Stone Ground laser engraved. . Set of four.
  2. 2 points
    This is the final run of Zookies (was not thrilled with the end result) and I thought it would be a good specimen to use for a little fun and observe the advancement of trichomes. I will take pics of the same bud every other day or so. To help us, I notched one of the fan leaves and will position the notched leaf to be at the "6 o'clock" position. Here, I am pointing to the bud we will track with the notched leaf circled. Date flipped: 2/13 Days in flower: 23
  3. 2 points
  4. 2 points
  5. 2 points
  6. 2 points
    Getting closer to harvest time
  7. 2 points
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    Purple Power

    Midnight & Moon

    Last Christmas, Midnight & Moon were still adjusting to home life, so I didn't get a tree. This year these two precious kittens are fully adjusted and I got a free tree. It's not even or full, but for a great price of free. The cat first got to do some reading of the bottom part of tree. I turn this into a reef later. There were a few frisk/ambush attacks during this. The mighty queen Nut Nibbler is now seeing how poorly she's trained her minions. This round was being ambushed by Midnight who was using the branches as cover. Next was see how the kittens would react to a few of the things going in the tree like pine cones with glitter and beads. I'll start with my adorable little princess Moon. Sorry for the burry pictures, but she was moving like crazy during this test. Needless to say, Moon really liked them, so they were put high in the tree Midnight wasn't to sure with the pine cone, but loved playing with the beads Nut Nibbler was just not impressed in the slightest. Moose trained her very well The tree is a lot smaller then I normally get and put it up on the sewing machine table. My pup, Chloe, thinks the tree is a stick. My tree stand is heavy and lays flat on the ground as the picture with Nibbler shows It can be hard to get your cat to look at you long enough to take a picture. Luckily for us, we have doughnuts. Nut Nibbler loves doughnuts. This is how we got that great shot As I decorated the tree, the cats watched. After I let them explore for a bit here's an old trick I used all the kittens I've raised besides a heavy stand. I never had a cat even a big cat like Moose in his prime (20lbs) take a tree down. Cats love boxes, that's a fact. I use boxes that were used for shipping and put a few holes in them: entrance/exit, a couple side hole for poking then I wrap it. Moon helped. Cats seems to enjoy the boxes and play in them vs going up the tree. As you can see, these boxes are a big hit. not the tree Midnight has settled in and laying down when his sister come up. Isn't Midnight a good looking boy? Nut Nibbler has spotted her poorly trained minions and are at it again Will Nut Nibbler decided she wants that spot under the tree, but her minions are giving her some looks. I'm not sure what she said to her kittens, but it was out of range for our hearing This Morning, Moon found a new spot Moon has some special quarks like every cat does. Every time I go in the bathroom she follows me. She'll rub up against me on her way to the shower and rub and roll around every where she can reach. Then she's off to the sink and lays in it. She go in the sink 1st if she sees I turned the water on. Here's pictures from this morning. Nibbler waking up after a good night of sleeping. Every morning she gets tuna with her herbal meds
  10. 2 points

    Instagram photos?

  11. 2 points
    Here is a picture of our Daisy....
  12. 2 points
  13. 2 points

    Current Fishing Prospects

    My suggestion would be spend a little extra and include your wife and take her and yourself out on a smaller charter boat
  14. 2 points

    Current Fishing Prospects

    The wife and I spent the weekend in Yachats, Oregon which is on the coast south of Newport. I brought the fishing poles and got skunked throwing a Gulp ghost shrimp on the bottom. I still do like to climb around those basalt rocks in the surf knowing that I just might haul in a nice rockfish. I ripped my jeans at the inseam and got soaked so it is me, 0, Pacific Ocean 1,
  15. 2 points

    RPD & OMMP Fall Giveaway.

    333... If I win please give the prize to a needy patient in your area. I can't afford enuff herb to roll a fatty any more. Love you all. i'll shut up now
  16. 2 points
  17. 2 points
    Those look great, thank you for donating them!
  18. 2 points
    My videos cannot load here, but you can check out some of our work on ig. When cloning/rooting, it's not rocket science. There's no 'one way is the best way'. The fact is, the majority of growers struggle to root their clones in a timely fashion and sometimes destroy them. Experience plays a huge factor but once you understand how to root your clones in your environment it should be like clockwork. I've seen people do it all, score the stem, shave the bottom, alcohol/bleech/burn/prx their blade, cut it 90 an from above or below a certain node, take it from healthy mothers.. the list goes on.. It's not that serious. I say this because I know my plants. I've made countless mistakes and done side by sides to see which methods work best under my conditions. Genetics. Personally, it doesnt matter where you clone from. There are certain stains that root fast, and some don't. I personally keep strains that root fast, finish fast, good structure and hardy. I stay away from clonex or any synthetics during this stage. (I go hard on syths during flower) It actually takes longer for roots to form when I'm using it (DYOR) The difference is night and day. I simply use tap water. No RO, and I don't check my PH or PPM's. Been there done that over a decade ago. I just finished a handfull of trays and cloner a few days ago. Picture and below from the cloner. 100% success rate everytime. No dome, I don't score my stems, there's a lot of things I don't need to do because I know my plants. I know some of my plants take literally 12 to 14 days to root. You should definitely be near your babies as much as possible, so you can diagnose the problem at hand. One thing I do religiously is cut the fan leaves. You don't need too, the hippies will give you some science BS on it, but I simply do so I can fit more clones next to eachother. I also don't like using humidity domes. Algae, diseases, mold, mildew and susceptible to the plants. I don't worry too much about the leaves. This is a common mistake a lot of growers make. They worry too much about the color deficiencies on their plants and hit it with synths. Just worry about your roots. That's the only thing you should be worried about. If your roots are well taken care of, your whole plant will thrive. Have a clean environment. This is a big one. I've seen so many disasters by different growers. They are simply lazy. My environment is usually spotless. I am constantly cleaning, leaving no room for potential errors. In the end, 10 different growers will give you 10 different answers and swear by their methods. These are technically just weeds, they will grow in the harshest environment and hardy plants. I've grown commercially back in 2006 in a 30 light flowering warehouse all, 1000 watt HPS, no air cool, mini splits, just fans and air out, 100+ degrees, but thriving plants. They got water when needed and were taken care of. Hopefully this helps.
  19. 1 point
    Hello and welcome to PIF Ask us for help if you need it.
  20. 1 point
    She looks really smart. Thanks for sharing her.
  21. 1 point

    Thanks Popeye, you rock1

    Thanks Popeye, you rock1
  22. 1 point
    Hey buddy so let's talk a bit about neem oil I absolutely support the use of Neem Oil as IPM for your plants and that's what I use myself as well but I do not recommend using it as a soil drench. What I do instead is use neem meal and I will make a tea that is brewed for less then 24 hours usually and water with that u will have some oils from this but not nearly as much as using the neem oil and also there are a few other benefits to doing the soil drench with neem meal instead of oil the meal will also provide some nutrients to the plants as well the kelp I usually use, the combo can really help fight back any bad bugs u may get in your soil. Also another reason I dont recommend use of neem oil in soil drench is possible toxicity while this isn't extremely common it can definitely occur and when it does it's not pretty so I always recommended using the oil for leaf surface and the neem meal for the soil/roots. Side note karanja is a cousin to the neem tree and is another oil u can alternate between with neem oil for some pretty fantastic results and the karanja smells good in my opinion kinda like dandelions lol I hope this helps you out a little bit I will also try to make a little more extensive section about neem in my organic thread here soon which might provide a bit more information about neem for you as well
  23. 1 point
    I will try and be more mindful, thank you Eddiekirk.
  24. 1 point

    Starting a dwc for the first time

    It would help if the containers were food grade. I would have went with a 2 inch current, looks like you have a 1 inch current. Roots will eventually get through there depending on your flow rate of your pump. Also what type of air pump do you have? I personally have a commercial air pump, and it gets extremely hot so it pumps hot air into the buckets. I usually keep the air pump above to keep it from water backflow incase of a power outage, and out of the light. I also have a fan blower directly on it and it actually cools it. Keep in mind, it doesnt matter how much air your'e pumping into the buckets. The air ratio will always be 70. Also maybe next time, try using net pots and cover that area. I use panda film (white side up). Are you checking your PH and PPMs? Once you get a few rounds in and make mistakes, you'll know what to do and what not to do.
  25. 1 point

    wax/ear wax help!!!!!

    Alcohol evaporating at room temperature is as safe as you get for solvent extraction! Put it in front of a fan to make it evaporate faster, or just leave it out for a week and it will dry. cheers guys!