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flyin1420 last won the day on May 13 2016

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  1. I hope you've enjoyed a fruitful Summer, ♥

  2. flyin1420

    Mexi Schwag ~

    Turns out both were females. I was hoping for 1 male, but no such luck. I will update with photos later. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
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    Mexi Schwag ~

    Here is little project I'm working on. The two plants in front are from some schwaggy Mexican brick weed I had out in Texas a few years ago. I was able to find six seeds and bring them home. I soaked them in ful power and put them right in the soil. These are the two seeds that grew. They're not showing sex yet. Two distinctive phenotypes. If one or both are male I will flower them and collect the pollen to seed some of the clones I have. I should be able to make some interesting crosses. If one is male and one female I will flower them both together in a small tent on my desk and call the seeds Mexi Squared [emoji12] The affect this stuff had when I smoked it was outrageous. It was a soaring Sativa head high, even though it was bone dry and crumbly and didn't smell or taste good. I figure if I grow it carefully, treat it right, dry and cure it properly instead putting it on the shop press and exporting it, I can find out what the genetics can really do.
  4. You're missed.

  5. flyin1420

    Pacific Crest Gardens LLC ~

    Got a reply back. The NPK values vary from batch to batch. The batch that I have is: N 7.41, P 0.64, K 2.04.
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    Pacific Crest Gardens LLC ~

    Great question PaPa-Smurf! I've search for it before and been unable to to find an definitive answer. I just sent an email to the supplier, and I'll let you know what I find out.
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    Water Cure

    Great write-up, Speedy. I might have to take a couple of ounces from my next harvest to give this a try. What would you say is the biggest benefit to this method?
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    Just made some Isopropyl hash

    It's funny, just the other day I was thinking of trying something like this. How is the flavor? Also, did you use fresh frozen or dried/cured? Nugs or trim?
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    Pacific Crest Gardens LLC ~

    Somehow I missed this one, SD4. Thank you for your encouragement and support! For now, I have neem only. Eventually, I do plan to carry both neem and karanja
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    Fungus gnats

    Yes, top dressing your younger plants lightly with neem meal shouldn't cause any harm.
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    Pacific Crest Gardens LLC ~

    Hi RCMT, thanks for asking! I'm charging $3/lb for smaller quantities up to 44 lb. If you want a full 44lb bag, I'll give that to you for $90, and I will deliver it to you today for no extra charge. For the Agsil, it should be about another week before I have more in stock. The price will be $8/lb, and I'll give you an extra 10% discount for waiting on it. Give me a call or text me if you need the neem today!
  12. Hello Gardeners! Many of you may have glanced at my journal once or twice, and if you haven't, I'll invite you to do so. Here is the link: http://freemygreenpdx.com/topic/12464-my-no-till-garden/ I practice No-Till indoor container gardening using natural and organic materials. There are some very specific amendments that I use regularly, as shown in my journal. Some of them are tough to source locally, and options are limited for others. I am stocking up on these materials in bulk so that I can give my fellow organic gardeners another option to purchase them. I am still in the process of getting this business off the ground at this point, so my inventory is somewhat limited, but I do plan on expanding my selection as the business grows. For right now, my main offering is Neem Cake (aka Neem Meal). This is a high quality organic gardening amendment with a rich NPK value, and it is highly effective at suppressing plant-eating pests and fungal pathogens. I can make local deliveries in the Portland Metro area for a small fee, and I will also ship to anywhere in the US. I will ship any quantity, but I will require a 10 pound minimum for local deliveries. I can accept cash or card. The price is $3.00 per pound. Stay tuned for new product offerings as I work to expand my selection. In the near future, I plan to add Neem Oil, Aloe Vera powder, cover crop blends, Smart Pots, Kelp meal, and Crab meal just to name a few. The possibilities are endless, so if there is something that you are having trouble locating, or products that you would like to see me offer, please let me know. I will beat any other retailer's pricing! I am still working on building my website, but my business contact info is shown below. Email is the best way to contact me for now. Pacific Crest Gardens LLC www.pacificcrestgardens.com pcgardensllc@gmail.com 503 908 4535 Thanks for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to doing business! - flyin1420
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    Fungus gnats

    It won't. And the neem is also an excellent fertilizer. I can't remember the NPK value, but it will enrich your soil and in turn nourish your plants. Glad to hear that this has helped your gnat problem
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    Fungus gnats

    I would recommend neem meal. Sprinkle a thin layer of finely powdered neem meal on top of the soil and after a few days they should no longer be a problem. I don't have much time to explain further at the moment, but later I'll update with a more detailed reply. I just picked up nearly a half-ton of the high-quality neem meal yesterday, and plan to distribute it through my new business, Pacific Crest Gardens LLC. I'll be posting more info later today in the member owned business section. Let me know if you are interested in going the neem route, and I will take care of you CatManMoo. - flyin1420