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Excuse me Ma'am Just one more thing
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The first time I found spider webs all over my plants, well, I thought I was in real trouble.
I finally figured out I had a real spider hiding out somewhere.
Got my first look at her today. She is a healthy looking gal, and I am grateful for the help she is providing me.

Edit, just realized, she is hiding out in the White Widow, lol.
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Has anyone seen Hopper?
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Over the past week or so, I have been battling a little bud rot on Medusa. Every time I found some rot starting, I would cut the cola off the plant, trim it up and toss anything showing rot.
Last night I finally just cut the whole plant down at a little over 10 weeks.
I would have liked to have let her go a little longer, but decided it wasn’t worth it.
Needless to say, I have been doing quite a bit of trimming lately, and still have an hour or two of work left to go on her.
The humidity has been staying around 45% in the Flower Tower, so I feel I am within the necessary target range, and I have plenty of air flow, but the buds are so big, I guess they are just holding too much moisture.
Anyway, I will get it figured out.
I also have 3 other plants that are gonna be ready to chop in the next 30 days or so. I should be absolutely sick of trimming by the end of the month.
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This is what I got out of the Jack Herer that I chopped a couple weeks ago, the Sour Diesel that I am still in the process of trimming is gonna yield way more.
 

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that jack looks great, nice job growing her out...give the plastic containers a thought...they will leach harmful resins into your flowers...look for glass or BPA free composite containers...you don't wanna taint those nice flowers with the poisons in that plastic...
 

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Yes, find a nice glass jar with a seal to keep that herb fresh and properly cured. I’m not a fan of plastic either but glass for sure will keep your weed just like new. 😊
 

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I never use plastic. Plus the good shit sticks to it.
 
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that jack looks great, nice job growing her out...give the plastic containers a thought...they will leach harmful resins into your flowers...look for glass or BPA free composite containers...you don't wanna taint those nice flowers with the poisons in that plastic...
I never thought of that. Makes sense though. Thx.
 
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that jack looks great, nice job growing her out...give the plastic containers a thought...they will leach harmful resins into your flowers...look for glass or BPA free composite containers...you don't wanna taint those nice flowers with the poisons in that plastic...

I knew plastic would leach into liquids, but never gave any thought to leaching into a dried plant.
I will switch them out today.
Thanks for the tip.
 

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This Lemon auto, which I grew a few months ago, hermied on me and I ended up with 6 seeds total. This is the first auto I ever grew, and I didn’t realize, until it was too late, that autos stress easy.
Of course, I had already pinched stems, fim’d, and did all kinds of tortuous stuff to the poor thing.
I never found any pollen sacs or nanners on it, so I thought I was safe, but I ended up with seeds.
I figured since the transgendered tendencies more than likely came from the torture I submitted the poor thing to, and not necessarily genetics, that I would save the seeds and see what happens.

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This, so far is the result of the first seed I planted. I can’t say that I am disappointed.
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I planted another seed last week.
 

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I see no reason to worry. I have never grown marijuana, but I like growing other plants, and it happens regularly to them. It never impacts the quality of my veggies or fruits. I also like cannabis, but I mostly take it as oil. I like its taste and its effect
 

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