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  1. Jun 9, 2017 #21

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    wow! kind of picture where a breaded man shows up after 5 minutes of starring with one's jaw on the floor :)

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  2. Jun 9, 2017 #22

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    I'm just a newbie...lots to learn...not so much time...is why I share...;)))



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  3. Jun 9, 2017 #23

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    That is so beautiful it makes me:cry:
     
  4. Jun 9, 2017 #24

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    Today I was able to take few macros of SWIM's garden.

    There are pictures from two weeks ago:
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    And these are of today:
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    Any thoughts?

    Greetings :)
     
  5. Jun 9, 2017 #25

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    2 things I see... the pot that plant is in looks too big and you definitely have bugs
     
  6. Jun 9, 2017 #26

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    I can't understand how does pot size affect plant growth? Would putting some garlic inside this pot would help my friend to get rid of bugs?
     
  7. Jun 14, 2017 #27

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    Lol now I see! This place under the tree was a disasger. I moved to newplace, loohere are much less of those tiny little trisps. Later on I attach some Green Godness photos, peace and stay cool ~~,
     
  8. Jun 14, 2017 #28

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    Hi thai, no garlic in the pot will not kill thrip. Can you get spinosad where you are? You can try dishsoap, and oil in water and spray that, but thrip are very hard to kill. They have eggs that hatch every other day. So you need to spray every three days. Good luck to you! Oh, and it is hard to get a large pot watered the right way with such a little plant with little roots. there can be a dry spot and hurt the plant or it can stay to wet for to long and make the plant sick.
     
  9. Jun 15, 2017 #29

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    I water area on the band of the pot. I hope this way the roots are encouraged to grow in to direction of water rich soil. For the bugs, they seem to be gone. There is a kind of tree that seems to attrack those little bastards. The growing spot was under such a tree. I moved deeper into the forest. Tx for advice, if they came back I will have to pay a visit to the store. Greetings

    Birch is the name of this sucker tree
     
  10. Jul 4, 2017 #30

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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    Due to small experiment I've lost one branch of ThaiTanic. I was interested if concentrated cytokinin solution applied locally would do some magic, well the entire branch collapsed within a day. I'm happy the other half is doing good.

    Do you see strain difference between both pots?
     
  11. Aug 27, 2017 #31

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    Update:

    After heavy rains the slow growing plant died. Rest in peace baby...

    Detailed story. One morning I noticed lots of water in both pots, namely both plants were half-submerged. I've hidden them inside, first removing all the water. The next day this slow growing beauty started to colapse, I knew I was loosing her ;-/

    I tried to save the plant by moving to fresh soil and smaller pot. I also removed almost all the foliage (it would fall off anyway) leaving just this small baby leaves on top of all three branches. The root wasn't looking nice, part of it was slimmy and brown. I cut these parts out. Same weekend I made trip to growstore to get some supplies.

    It showed some promise following days, but due to prolonged business trip later in August I couldn't watch for my garden for a few weeks. Back home I made a sad discovery - she didn't survive, possibe due to very hot days.

    The other one, with one branch lost is doing good. She also went to fresh soil. Interesting observation BTW, you can get the plant out, roots bare and wash them, put back in another place, the plant will live. Do it with care!

    Since the sad story I added a nurtien solution universal for veg and blooming to my watering schedule. I also do foliage spraying and keep her in shadow for most of the day.

    Recently moved her away from plants that grew nearby, something told me that they don't like each other. I hope that the baby leaves, that popped up like week ago are going to develop into nice branches. It would be quite a bushy plant if not for the lost half earlier in June. I'm happy with the way she is anyway, it's my first shoot at growing.

    There is still one month of >12 hrs daytime, can't wait to see blooming happening.

    Peace and love buddies!
     
  12. Sep 23, 2017 #32

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    So it's a girl! Any advices how to make the buds nice? So far I know that
    -stop spraying it with foliage feeding
    -flush it with plain water 2-3 weeks before harvesting
    Tx i. advance for wise advices

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  13. Oct 12, 2017 #33

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    feeling lonely here :/ Grab a picture of pistils close-up. In botany these are called stigmas. Now I have wait for them to turn brown? View attachment IMG_0708.jpg
     
  15. Oct 19, 2017 #35

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    You got a minimum of eight weeks to go till you have bud to harvest. Good luck to you.
     
  16. Oct 19, 2017 #36

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    Would you elaborate? Where to start counting weeks?
     
  17. Oct 19, 2017 #37

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  19. Oct 26, 2017 #39

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    View attachment IMG_0716.JPG Hardly a 60$ eyepiece but I like the result

    It’s fresh image, does the resin glands look like choke and waste? Im tempted to cut a bit tonight.
     
  20. Oct 27, 2017 #40

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    same soil, same watering and nutrient schedule and good-quality light, Unit Farm LED light may grow different. hahahahaaaaaaaaaa.
     

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