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EDDIEKIRK

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  1. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Another member just showed his plants and they have basically the same color. come in chat if you can. 

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  2. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      cannabis plants will shed their skin at the main base as they grow.it turns white and drys out and sheds.Its natural. 

      come back in chat, 

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  3. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Yup like purple said could be growing bark, How old is the plant? how many hours of light is it getting per day? Is it in a bucket or the ground? If in a bucket how many gallons?

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  4. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Honestly, I think the plant might be fine, be sure an add a pinch of Epsom salts to five gallons of water. what kind of plant food are you using and what are the numbers. e.g. 5.5.0 

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  5. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      We wanna see another photo of the whole plant. It will help us determine the issue. Please. 

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  6. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      come back in chat so we can ask you a few questions. :)

      We wanna help

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  7. sounds like powdery mildew. More ventilation can help solve this, If it is powdery mildew then greencure can help rid you of it. be sure and have a good size fan going or thin your plant of a few FAN leaves  

    Baking soda itself isn't normally effective as a powdery mildew treatment, but when it's combined with liquid soap and water, it can be a powerful weapon. ... Combine one tablespoon baking soda and one-half teaspoon of liquid, non-detergent soap with one gallon of water, and spray the mixture liberally on the plants.

     

    Just hit the reply button and then click the "Insert other media" and upload your photo

  8. Feel free to start a topic anywhere, I have placed you in the member's group. 

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Yeah, our provider keeps changing things to save money, The website is hard to get started on, but you can always find your content here on your profile. I pretty much see everything and make sure everything gets seen by others, So post freely. You can also find things posted by clicking Activity. 

       

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  9. Feel free to start a topic anywhere, I have placed you in the member's group. 

  10. I keep getting spammed by someone at mewe. 

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      I asked them to stop spamming me, lol, I'll get it figured out eventually 

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  11. TomiToday 3:55 PM

    Hi guys, I haven't been here for a bit, I've been super busy with appointments, spring purging and cleaning, and haven't had the money or time to try making the RSO again. Anyway, just stopped in to say hi, maybe the end of next week before i'm able to try ag
    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      • EDDIEKIRKToday 5:48 PM
        @Tomi Hi, thanks for checking in with us. This is the time of year when it seems everyone on the site is doing one thing or another getting ready for their grows this spring. So don't feel bad if you are not able to check in every day. You'll find one or two of us, perhaps more, here in the chat room at 7 PM Pacific time.
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        Stubs O'KiefToday 4:05 PM
        Hi Tomi, hope you're doing well. I hope your RSO making goes well too. If you have any questions about it, don't hesitate to ask! I haven't made RSO specifically, but I've done some concentrates and extractions, and I'm sure there are others on the site who have made a good bit of RSO and could help answer questions
         
  12. Hello and welcome to Pay It Forward

  13. Hello and welcome to Pay It Forward

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      @kjgeo14 Ok, yeah, That is a bit far from my place. I am in Oregon. :D 

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  14. Hello and welcome to Pay It Forward

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Ask me for help posting or finding things, Do you have an ommp card and need medicine?

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  15. @503loyaltoker We've been here since, July 11, 2011. We are really happy you're becoming comfortable here at PIF (pay it forward)

  16. It has been 10 days since I submitted the OMMP application,  I have been check my mail every day after work (chuckles) I hope it arrives today  so I can get what I need ! 

     

    How long does it get for the card to arrive for u guys? 

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      2 weeks is about normal. You should be getting close. 

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  17. @Purple Sage Thanks for joining, Let me know If I can help you navigate the website, 

     

    Most people start by making their first post as an introduction letting us know how we might help,

     

    Welcome. 

    https://freemygreenpdx.com/forum/33-introductions/?do=add

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      To find any content you've started or replied in just mouse over the activity button and choose the stream. e.g. content I've started/ posted in, etc. :) 

       

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  18. Welcome to PIF

    Ask us for help if you need it.

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Start a new topic in 'Introductions' and let us know how we can help. or just share with us. :) 

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    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      LOL, "Do all the openings close and lock yet?"

      Good questions Chickens. 

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  21. Well, I managed to land a spot at a company called Oregon Processing Solutions. I'll mainly be running co2 extractions, but it may also include some ethanol extractions and maybe even some terpene / cart work. It's really far from home, but I'm happy to have the opportunity. I just hope my car can keep up!

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Congrats. I hope this works out for you. 

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  22. Here's what I see every night when I do the hen head count. Most of my flock are in different stages of molt, so be nice. Some have bald spots or look they are part porcupine. They are embarrassed with their looks now, and growing new feathers is painful. They were not happy to see the camera.  When new feathers come in, they are encased in a shaft giving a porcupine look. There's a lot of blood and new nerves here. Molt lasts for 4-6 weeks normally. Feeding more protein can speed it up a little.

     

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1e.jpg

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1c.jpg

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1d.jpg

     

    Beep-Beep named was changed to Spiky since she's growing spurs

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1b.jpg

     

    Have you noticed that my hen sleep with like colored hens my very colorful flock

     

    I'm not sure if my non-molting hens are laughing at the ones that are, but some do seem to be a little more happier then normal

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

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      Doesn't Feisty look happy/proud with her little ones?

       

      Yes, she sure does,  She is the queen. 

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  23. Here's what I see every night when I do the hen head count. Most of my flock are in different stages of molt, so be nice. Some have bald spots or look they are part porcupine. They are embarrassed with their looks now, and growing new feathers is painful. They were not happy to see the camera.  When new feathers come in, they are encased in a shaft giving a porcupine look. There's a lot of blood and new nerves here. Molt lasts for 4-6 weeks normally. Feeding more protein can speed it up a little.

     

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1e.jpg

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1c.jpg

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1d.jpg

     

    Beep-Beep named was changed to Spiky since she's growing spurs

     

    10 24 2018 hens going to bed names 1b.jpg

     

    Have you noticed that my hen sleep with like colored hens my very colorful flock

     

    I'm not sure if my non-molting hens are laughing at the ones that are, but some do seem to be a little more happier then normal

    1. EDDIEKIRK

      EDDIEKIRK

      Do I see half the hens on one wall and the others on the opposite wall?

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