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  1. Social media took over, too many squares in that circle for me though.
  2. I've heard of doctors charging a 3000$ fee for a 1000 plant license. I was offered this a few times by a friend who was the owner of an LP in or around the Frasier Valley. Ultimately he lost his license for running to high of a plant count on multiple occasions, and the connection to the doctor disintegrated. However, aside from the fact, I don't think many doctors would risk their careers to strong arm patients into buying product off a certain LP. If this was the case simply go see another doctor. Someone will be willing to prescribe you marijuana, especially with the changes going on this year. I agree with what you are saying, but there is no reason to be strong armed into anything from anyone. Production licenses will be given out, provided you have a legitimate illness, and reasonable doctor. Keep your head up!
  3. That room doesn't look anything organic, 0 meds here. I would replace all the flood tables with dirt beds! Now we are talking medicine. Thank you for caring Privateer Holdings!
  4. Job in Cannabis Industry

    What a great first post.
  5. Cold climate & humide...

    Monster Cookies would be good, Guerilla Glue #4 would be good as well. Both stay short and stocky, and finish quick, with the Guerilla Glue #4 finishing pretty quick, if those don't satisfy you, then there are blueberry varieties that finish pretty quick. However the Monster Cookies grows these really nice thick indica leaves allowing lots of light absorption. However those would be in clones form, if you are looking for seeds then I have a couple suggestions as well. Burmese Kush is stated as a 7 week flower, also White Widow can be harvested at around 6.5-7 weeks. Anything with the words Critical in it will also be quick flowering. But now that I think a little more about it I would go with an Afghan landrace, you can find seeds all over the net, and the landrace genetics seem to be cheaper as well. Afghan landraces grow in similar mountainous regions as us, similar climate as well.
  6. notsofasteddieI mean, not Super Stoner lol... SMH.
  7. Brothers Grimm are back C99!!!

    Edit, they are selling at Attitude Seed Bank now, save your money and order through them!
  8. Im the new guy! Talk tome! I has many boreds!

    Also thank you for introducing yourself. Let's get some content going on the site!
  9. Seeds have never been cheap, most online websites have seeds for sale at about 100-150$ per pack of 10 regular seeds, or for a pack of 6 feminized seeds. As someone who has spent tens of thousands on seeds, for the sole reason that all clones around British Columbia are limited to; Bubba Kush, OG Kush, Purple Kush, Rockstar, "Kush etc... I needed diversity, with over 25 strains tested for quality and always grown organically I have achieved what I set out to do, however I can't help but feel robbed after whole packs worth over 150$ were all duds, and none of them popped. The home growers need proper avenues to obtain seeds stock at a reasonable price, for example 50-75$ Canadian for 20 seeds (regular or feminized). This would ensure all who buy just a single pack, are able to find the keeper phenotypes advertised per each strain purchase. Thank you for the information Super Stoner, and nobody will be selling 5 plants for 750$, not on my watch. If this is what Health Canada approves, then our whole forthcoming law changes are obsolete. This is how I feel, I would like any other opinions to be heard as well!
  10. Broad mite battle

    Never the less, the exact same procedure. Here is a link from someone else giving the exact same advice http://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabis-broad-mites He also lists many other ways to rid of broad mites, etc DE, heat, and a few other sprays. I treat almost all pests the same, and that would mean I use neem oil first as I have always had results. Lift your lights after spraying until you seem the sheen of the oil disappear. This is to avoid nutrient burn from the neem oil, as it is also quite nutritious.
  11. Broad mite battle

    I have successfully combated spiders mites using only neem oil. A 6 light room by spraying the tops and undersides of the leaves. Do this after you have manually knocked off as many mites as you can with a just a spray bottle and water. Then use the neem oil as a coating on your plants, as well and a root drench. You can use slightly less than the bottle deems necessary. Neem oil or Karanja oil are both organic, and with clog the skin of the mites, which they breathe through, so by hitting them hard and sticking to every three days, you can be mite free withing a couple weeks. If you can't just spray the plants down where they are now, then take them 1 by 1 or as many as you can into the bathtub and give them a cold shower, and a cold water flush (at least 3 times the amount of the pot you are using). Make sure to manually inspect every leaf while washing with water, then once you are satisfied you have removed most of the live mites, come back after the flushing water has drained and hit them with the neem or karanja oil. Of course you can manually destroy mites with your fingers, that's always fun. And if this seems to intensive for you, then trim the leaf matter, then process with the process mentioned above. Don't pluck the leaves completely off this causes a little to much stress, just trim the leaves down about 60-70 percent to make the manual removal of the mites much easier and less stressful on yourself. I'll take a pic of the plants I just treated this way, however I only run into this problem when I get plants from other people. And I would also like to say that this would also work a lot better for plants in veg or early flower than plants in full flower. At that point (full flower), this process would still work, I would avoid the neem oil all together and put a great deal of time just manually knocking the mites off with either a cold shower or cold water spray bottle with enough force to knock them off. No need to spend any money except for the neem / karanja oil. So to sum this post up: - Tools required are Spray bottle, Cold Water from bottle (use sufficient force to knock off the mites, a simple foliar spray will not do). - Neem Oil, or Karanja Oil (tops and bottoms of leaves, using slightly less that bottle indicates). - Manually inspect every leaf... Yes, every single one. - Spend lots of time with manual removal (shower, water spray, thumb crushing). - Do not pluck leaves entirely (only 60-70%), just trim them back if you have too much leaf matter and the job is too stressful or time consuming. - If you are in flower take extra time to do this, and use only water. You can actually use 1/4 strength neem on the leaves only, and go lightly. - Do not forget to root drench with neem, and it's primary use for organic growing is an insecticide, to be uses only as a foliar spray, however the root drench will clear your root zone out very well, and it is also nutritious as well for your plant. Hope it helps, let me know if you have any more questions. This is coming from me completely ridding my 6 light a few years ago, the guys at the grow shop were completely amazed I didn't have to use your commercial mite killer (bad chems). Enjoy!
  12. Im the new guy! Talk tome! I has many boreds!

    Then we shall be acquaintances! Please to meet you. How is the growing out in the outback!?
  13. Brothers Grimm are back C99!!!

    I have experience with seeds here now, do not buy from them. I ordered over 450$ worth of seeds and they sent me only 2 of 3 packs, an e-mail inquiry revealed that I would be taken care of from a representative, a woman, and I never heard back from them, and basically got shafted for 150$. If you want to pay 450 for 20 seeds, then be my guest. These guys are not worth the risk.