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  2. Are my baby ready for harvest ?

    Yea It helps to keep some type of log that way you know how long each strain will take if u regrow or want o set up a rotating harvest, Also I's pick up a magnifier I got one for like $15 at radio shack 6 years ago but you can always check amazon.
  3. Are my baby ready for harvest ?

    damn bro , cant tell how grateful im with you , i was really trippin about messing up my yield...... appreciate it LabRat about the date i dont really have the exact date im growing outdoors, the first plant is a about 7 mo old, and the second one about 9 mo old, i was on a vacation trip when they started the flowering stage .... around dec 28 aprox. and thanks again bro !
  4. Qanubast Poem

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  5. La Sabiduría de Cannabis Antigua del Hombre

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  6. La Sabiduría de Cannabis Antigua del Hombre (En antiquis est sapientia hominis cannabis) Sólo se puede imaginar cómo debe haber sido Fumar hierba vital como hicieron los antiguos Pa quemar cantidad copiosa de hierba sabiosa Encender grandes hogueras de verdosa curar Ahogarse en los humos espesos del cannabis Pa lanzar puñados de mai en brasa quemante Humos de piedras brillas hacen uno ahumado Manojo después de manojos de flores de mai Intoxicación mística profunda de amabilidad En cuanto a ver la cara de la Reina de la gloria El ángel y la fuerza divina residen en qanubas El poder de curar vital halla en la madre hierba El sacramento místico de los antiguos stoners Imbuido por sabios santos del pasado antiguo Fumar mota con abandono y mucha ferocidad Sus sesiones de fumar no tenían ningún límite Para vislumbrar vista del cielo y sentir éxtasis Sumergen su mismo en el misterio de la María Quemar su alma con el conocimiento qanubas Fumar como los antiguos sería una explosión Ser propulsado otra vez flotar en nubes de mai Tener el velo de ignorancia eliminado por mota Compartir el misterio de la vida y el hash sueño Y nuestros padrinos de la mota les estimamos Partiendo por generaciones la tradición de mai Pa criar semillas de cáñamo y plantas robustas Nos conectamos con ellos cuando colocamos Senda verde de vida dado por viejos hierberos Humoso regalo dorao se transmitió por edades Sabiduría de maja hierba de los antepasados Verdadera conexión divina legado al hombre, ¿Cómo debe haber sido ser fumados con ellos? En honor a padrinos fumetes quemamos mai Estamos conectados por sus acciones y ritual Viejos mai fumetes les saludamos con respeto Que sus pipas de mai y almas sean bendicidos Sean chonged imaculao, Descanen en Potiguay Su legendario cultivo de cañamo no se olvidará Su tradición de hierba continúa, nunca se para Les honramos cultivar cañamo y fumar hierba Les damos la gracia pa remedio verde sagrao Más fuego, más hierba y humo, así colocamos Fumamos con antepasados en espíritu unido Les honramos con humo de tradición mariana
  7. Are my baby ready for harvest ?

    High FdMa and welcome to CC! They look like they have a couple weeks yet. Did you mark down the date when you flipped to flowering or maybe took pics that would have the date on the image or file on your computer? That bottom one is still almost all white hairs so should be about the longest to finish. There should be almost no white hairs left when they are ripe. Not that pricey to pick up a magnifier or scope at a hobby shop. 10x is about the minimum you'd want and what I mostly use tho I have a cheap 30x scope I got at Radio Shack about 15 years ago. I think it still has the same batteries in it. It has an 8x magnifying glass that pulls out at the other end and works well enough to check out the trichs.
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  9. hi there guys, im new over here..... but i see ya'll really experienced i would like to know if my plants are ready for harvest now, .... y have no x10 magnifier glass, so i've been only paying attention to the pistils and a lil bit of attention to the trichomes with a normal magnifier let me know if its ready or still some weeks to go !! THIS ONE IS THE LEMON THIS IS ANOTHER ONE ..... thanks in advance
  10. Medical Marijuana Update

    Medical Marijuana Update by psmith, March 22, 2017 Busy, busy. Lawmakers in Arkansas and North Dakota try to "fix" medical marijuana initiatives, New York chronic pain patients can now use medical marijuana, a CBD compromise is reached in Georgia, and more. Arizona Last Thursday, the Court of Appeals upheld limits on PTSD recommendations. The state court of appeals ruled that the Department of Health Services was acting legally when it decided that doctors could only recommend medical marijuana for "palliative care" for PTSD. The department argued there was no evidence showing marijuana could actually cure people of PTSD. The department also limited recommendations to people who were already being treated for PTSD. An Arizona medical marijuana nurses group filed suit against the restrictions, but now the court has ruled against them. Arkansas Last Wednesday, a bill to ban edibles and public smoking won a committee vote. A bill that would bar medical marijuana patients from consuming edibles or from smoking their medicine in public was approved by the House Rules Committee. But the measure, House Bill 1400, faces an uphill battle to win final approval because any changes to the voter-approved medical marijuana law require a two-thirds vote to pass. Last Friday, the bill passed the House. The House voted to approve House Bill 1400, which would prohibit the smoking of medical marijuana anywhere tobacco smoking is prohibited. The bill passed 88-0. Under the bill, knowingly smoking medical marijuana in the presence of a pregnant woman would be prohibited. The measure also prohibits those under 21 from smoking medical marijuana. A bill that would have banned smoking medical marijuana at all has already died in the Senate. On Monday, the House killed a bill banning edibles. The House voted 52-40 to kill House Bill 1991, which would have banned the commercial production of medical marijuana edibles in the state. Bill sponsor Rep. Robin Lundstrum (R-Springdale) argued that patients could make their own and that medical marijuana is medicine, not candy, but her arguments failed to sway her peers. Georgia Last Thursday, url=http://www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/compromise-reached-over-expanding-georgia-medical-marijuana-law/Y3coremkdnXLP9s712m6HJ]lawmakers reached a compromise on a CBD cannabis oil bill[/url]. Lawmakers appear to have reached an agreement that would add six illnesses and conditions to the state's list of qualifying medical conditions, allow the use of CBD cannabis oil in hospice care, and keep the allowable level of THC in cannabis oil at 5% or less. That means Senate Bill 16 should now be able to pass out of the House Human Services Committee and head for a House floor vote. Massachusetts Last Thursday, bills to protect patients' employment rights filed. Even as the state Supreme Court heard a case on employment rights for medical marijuana patients, two bills alive in the state legislature would do just that. Rep. Frank Smizik (D-Brookline) has introduced House Bill 2385, which would explicitlyprotect the rights of a medical marijuana patient to use the drug without facing discrimination in hiring, firing or terms of employment. The bill would also protect medical marijuana patients from discrimination in education, housing and child welfare and custody cases. That bill is currently before the Committee on Marijuana Policy. A similar bill was filed last sessions, but didn't pass. A second bill, House Bill 113, is aimed mostly at updating state law to bring it in line with the Americans With Disabilities Act, but one provision clarifies that employers cannot take adverse employment action against someone for using medical marijuana. That bill is before the Joint Committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities. Nebraska Last Wednesday, a medical marijuana bill got a charged hearing. At a hearing in the Judiciary Committee, law enforcement, the state attorney general's office, and the state's top doctor all came out in opposition to a medical marijuana bill, Legislative Bill 622, but legislators also heard emotional testimony in favor of the bill from Army veterans and others who said they would benefit from access to medical marijuana. Five of the bill's sponsors sit on the eight-member Judiciary Committee, so the bill is likely to make it to a House floor vote, where opposition has killed similar measures in past years. Last Friday, the bill headed for a floor vote. The legislature's Judiciary Committee voted 6-1to advance Legislative Bill 622, which would bring medical marijuana to the Cornhusker state. The bill would authorize cultivation, manufacture, and distribution of medical marijuana products, but would ban smoking the herb or allowing patients to grow their own. The bill is opposed by Gov. Pete Ricketts (R), as well as the state's law enforcement establishment. Nevada On Monday, a bill was filed to let medical marijuana patients carry guns. State Sen. Kevin Atkinson (D-Las Vegas) filed Senate Bill 351. That measure would allow medical marijuana users to possess a firearm and a concealed carry permit. Current state law requires sheriffs to deny such permits for medical marijuana users. New Hampshire On Monday, a Senate committee approved the use of medical marijuana for Ehrlers-Danlos syndrome. The Senate Health, Human Services, and Elderly Committee has approved a bill that would add Ehlers-Danlos syndrome to the state's list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. The measure now heads for a Senate floor vote. If it passes there, the House will take it up. New York Last Thursday, the Health Department said New Yorkers suffering chronic pain will be able to use medical marijuana starting this week. After announcing in December that it planned to add chronic paid to its list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana, the Health Department said patients could start getting recommendations for chronic pain beginning Wednesday. The department also announced that physicians' assistants can now recommend medical marijuana. “Improving patient access to medical marijuana continues to be one of our top priorities, as it has been since the launch of the program,” Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said in a statement. “These key enhancements further that goal." North Dakota On Tuesday, advocates threatened a lawsuit or new initiative in the face of legsialtive meddling. The head of the committee that ran the state's successful medical marijuana initiative campaign warned legislators that they could face a legal challenge or even another initiative campaign if they don't back away from changes contemplated in Senate Bill 2344, which has already passed the Senate. That measure bars patients and caregivers from growing their own plants and restricts the use of smoked medical marijuana to cases where a physician attests that no other form of marijuana would be effective. The comments came from Rilie Ray Morgan as he testified before the House Human Services Committee. Tennessee On Tuesday, a medical marijuana bill was prounounced dead. Rep. Jeremy Faison (R-Crosby) said that his medical marijuana bill, House Bill 495, is dead because senators were afraid to vote for it. "The Senate, bless their heart, are just scared to death of their voters," Faison said Tuesday after the House Health Committee shelved the bill and instead approved a non-binding marijuana-related resolution to study the issue over the summer. Utah On Tuesday, advocates announced plans for a 2018 initiative. Medical marijuana advocates are gearing up to try to put an initiative on the state's 2018 ballot. They said they would begin the process of signature gathering next month, and they cite promising polling. The state legislature has so far thwarted efforts to create a robust medical marijuana program. Virginia Last Thursday, the governor signed a bill legalizing pharmacy distribution of CBD and THC-A oil. Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) signed Senate Bill 1027 into law. The bill allows for companies to manufacture and provide CBD cannabis oil and THC-A oil for the treatment of epilepsy and provides for its distribution through pharmacies. [For extensive information about the medical marijuana debate, presented in a neutral format,visit MedicalMarijuana.ProCon.org.] stopthedrugwar
  11. Amsterdam for Christmas? I'll wait for May!

    Quest for Amsterdam's Diamonds Pt17 NYE 2016 Smoke Report Hash Continued El Marssa Special Still More To Come.....
  12. NEWBIE GROWER OPINIONS PLEASE

    Thanks, man. Had a 'Doh! moment a few secs after I posted that, and found your other thread, lol. ...and that's why they look so good! Can't say that I know a thing about your grow medium and nutritional program. Simple organic principles in my garden. Lots of composted poo and plant material mixed with small amounts of volcanic and mineral sands, a butt load of perlite, and a modest amount of a blended and microbial fortified organic fert. If they need a quick pick-me-up, it's a fermented compost tea. Do you need the humidifier? In my experience the only measurable consequence of a low RH (40% or less) is increased water consumption, while a generous RH can lead to mold and loss of foliage. The foliage is dense, which aloneraises the local humidity between the leaves where it is important. Hygrometer? pH monitoring tool?
  13. NEWBIE GROWER OPINIONS PLEASE

    Hey Bro, heres a rundown of my ops I've just started my first grow in an attempt to grow 2 Critical Autoflowers and hopefully harvest. My setup is in an outdoor shed and consists of:Strain- Critical + Auto FeminizedTent-60x60x1.4Medium- Plant magic soil supremePots- 11LLighting- 125w CFL-blue for vegetation200w CFL-red for floweringSide lights- 2x35w CFL SpiralFan/Extraction-100mm systemair RVK sileo 100E2 Carbon Filter- 100mm Rhino hobby filter 300mm long Ultrasonic Humidifier 3L tank variable controll Small clip on fan 100mm 2 speed Nuets- General Hydroponic Flora series.Floragro, Floramicro and Florabloom Hope this helps
  14. Buds on a budget

    Welcome to cc, Trip. As the others mentioned, it'll take some cash to set up a good indoor grow space. You bought a 150W LED fixture, you must be fairly serious about moving indoors. I have to tell ya, the weather indoors is a whole lot more consistently conducive to growing high quality MJ. And the chancethatan unkind person findsthe treasure ismuch less. Supplemental side lighting as LabRat described will go a long way toward producing more compact plants, and being able to measure pH like OG mentions will go a long long way in helping you determine how to handle nutritional problems. Just my $.02 here...It depends on what your goals are, but with 5 plants and a 150W LED fixture, I presume you're at least a moderatelyserious grower looking for at least a QP per harvest, which is possible with 150W full spectrum LED. Most of the 150s I've seen list their core (flowering) coverage at about 2-3ft x 1.5ft. In orderto fit 5 plants in that space, they're going to have to be in small containers, like a gallon or so which limits yield to some degree. I personally think you'd produce more this time around without spending a cent for lighting if you pared the plant count down to 1 or 2, and train the branchesto expose more bud sites to high energy light. The individual buds are smaller, but overall yieldgoes way up. I transitioned from 400W HID to 300W full spectrum LED a while back, and as a rule, flowered 4-5 plants in 3 gal containers. From my short-lived experience so far, it ismy humble opinion that300W is marginal for that situation. Does the grow space have good air flow?
  15. Roundup and Roundup Ready seeds come from the same co. ... what do you think they'll come up with for the frankenweeds?
  16. NEWBIE GROWER OPINIONS PLEASE

    Looking pretty, Beanosk! Whatcha growing? Is that a cool mist humidifier? What's the air flow like? What's that awesome looking grow medium? Nutrition? Lighting? Where are they in the cycle of life? Keep 'em green!
  17. Cannabis and Hemp Expo coming to Alberta this spring Coming to Edmonton and Calgary, the expo will attract leading cannabis and hemp businesses from Canada and the world By Special to Lift March 23, 2017 For the first time, Lift and Canwest Productions are partnering to bring the Cannabis and Hemp Expo to multiple cities in Alberta this year. We’re co-hosting the full two-day cannabis consumer trade in Edmonton on April 1 and 2, and in Calgary on May 6 and 7. Each event will attract a variety of consumers and leading businesses from Canada and the world. Vendors will include a diverse array of licensed producers, dispensaries, clinics, patient advocacy groups, head shops, growing equipment companies, and extract and derivative companies. Even Scentsy, a mainstream scented wax and candle company, is participating as a vendor, demonstrating the wide reach and burgeoning opportunity in the cannabis industry in Canada. The Cannabis and Hemp Expo provides opportunities for information exchange, networking and business development. It also offers education for the general public, industry and patients. Alternative resources like hemp are underused in our current market, and including hemp and cannabis in the same conference offers a unique opportunity to examine how hemp will be integrated in the burgeoning cannabis economy, and how these two plants can be produced sustainably. The Cannabis and Hemp Expo provides cannabis and hemp industry members a platform to discuss and assess mutual needs, like equipment, processing machinery, and other technology. “This is our first foray into Alberta, and we’re excited to partner with Canwest Production to bring the Lift Expo experience to more Canadians across the country,” explains Lift’s CEO, Matei Olaru. “With upcoming changes in legislation, we’re showcasing the opportunities across the developing industry by including representatives from all areas of cannabis and hemp businesses, from grow room equipment, to seed suppliers, to nutrient manufacturers, producers, farmers, and more. We’re excited to host industry thought leaders who are shaping the future of the cannabis landscape.” The Cannabis and Hemp Expo comes at an important time in Alberta, as both Calgary and Edmonton city councils are working with various groups, such as Alberta Public Health and the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce, to prepare for upcoming cannabis legalization. Initiatives include examining other jurisdictions for best practices and reporting on considerations for legalization. Many local organizations support legalization, and have been participating in the conversation around its challenges, such as updating workplace policies around drug use. We’ve arranged a full schedule of workshops and speakers throughout the conferences. Attendees can take in cannabis cooking demos by Cannaclinic’s Crystal the Weed Chef, or listen to Alberta Tech’s Jan Slaski speak on industrial hemp. Other speakers include Tilray’s Philippe Lucas on current research, and Land Faulty creative agency’s Joshua Kupsch on design and branding in the cannabis industry. Find advance tickets online for $10: purchase by March 30 for Edmonton and by May 5 for Calgary. Tickets for both events are $15 at the door. lift.co
  18. Cannabis and Hemp Expo coming to Alberta this spring Coming to Edmonton and Calgary, the expo will attract leading cannabis and hemp businesses from Canada and the world By Special to Lift March 23, 2017 For the first time, Lift and Canwest Productions are partnering to bring the Cannabis and Hemp Expo to multiple cities in Alberta this year. We’re co-hosting the full two-day cannabis consumer trade in Edmonton on April 1 and 2, and in Calgary on May 6 and 7. Each event will attract a variety of consumers and leading businesses from Canada and the world. Vendors will include a diverse array of licensed producers, dispensaries, clinics, patient advocacy groups, head shops, growing equipment companies, and extract and derivative companies. Even Scentsy, a mainstream scented wax and candle company, is participating as a vendor, demonstrating the wide reach and burgeoning opportunity in the cannabis industry in Canada. The Cannabis and Hemp Expo provides opportunities for information exchange, networking and business development. It also offers education for the general public, industry and patients. Alternative resources like hemp are underused in our current market, and including hemp and cannabis in the same conference offers a unique opportunity to examine how hemp will be integrated in the burgeoning cannabis economy, and how these two plants can be produced sustainably. The Cannabis and Hemp Expo provides cannabis and hemp industry members a platform to discuss and assess mutual needs, like equipment, processing machinery, and other technology. “This is our first foray into Alberta, and we’re excited to partner with Canwest Production to bring the Lift Expo experience to more Canadians across the country,” explains Lift’s CEO, Matei Olaru. “With upcoming changes in legislation, we’re showcasing the opportunities across the developing industry by including representatives from all areas of cannabis and hemp businesses, from grow room equipment, to seed suppliers, to nutrient manufacturers, producers, farmers, and more. We’re excited to host industry thought leaders who are shaping the future of the cannabis landscape.” The Cannabis and Hemp Expo comes at an important time in Alberta, as both Calgary and Edmonton city councils are working with various groups, such as Alberta Public Health and the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce, to prepare for upcoming cannabis legalization. Initiatives include examining other jurisdictions for best practices and reporting on considerations for legalization. Many local organizations support legalization, and have been participating in the conversation around its challenges, such as updating workplace policies around drug use. We’ve arranged a full schedule of workshops and speakers throughout the conferences. Attendees can take in cannabis cooking demos by Cannaclinic’s Crystal the Weed Chef, or listen to Alberta Tech’s Jan Slaski speak on industrial hemp. Other speakers include Tilray’s Philippe Lucas on current research, and Land Faulty creative agency’s Joshua Kupsch on design and branding in the cannabis industry. Find advance tickets online for $10: purchase by March 30 for Edmonton and by May 5 for Calgary. Tickets for both events are $15 at the door. lift.co
  19. NEWBIE GROWER OPINIONS PLEASE

    i dont think u need that lamp shade on and you may wanna organize those wires
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  21. advance nutes nirvanna

    Insect frass. . . .check that out.
  22. Scotts Miracle-Gro Marijuana Industry Takeover

    Welp all the more reason to buy my cheaporganic solids. only couple of brands of bottles I use. none of which is from GH, won't use Gavita as I don't have the head space, and fuck the rest of the shit from the shit companies that they have.
  23. I know this is an old(er) thread. couple things. Tap water: bad. maybe too strong nute solution: burned leaf tips maybe nutes being mixed in the wrong order: wrong order will bind up the solution also why doesn't the "grow" solution have more nitrogen in it?usually it should have more nitrogen than phosphorous.
  24. Best light and reflector?

    I hope you have like 12 foot ceilings for those double ended bulbs trichy. I've read they throw out the heat like crazy.
  25. Crackin some old crosses.....?????

    since i'm new to the outdoor thing. when is safe for us to put them out GW?
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