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  1. Hammerloaf

    How often can I use neem oil on plants?

    Rove beetles, green/brown lacewings and ladybugs all eat the shit out of aphids. Soap and water will put a dent in them too. A buddy had a 12 light grow so infested you couldn't see the stems and he beat them with no pesticides at all. Used all of the above methods, and it's been a year and no...
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    Help pest attack overnight

    Looks like bulb mites to me. They likely came in with the manure or vermicompost. You could try slicing potatoes in half and putting them around the soil, cut part down. When they colonize the potato, throw it out and add a new one, that should at least keep them busy until you get some...
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    Howdy Ho folks...Where all the Nova Scotia rats on this channel....Cheers!

    Not a beer guy, but always down for a fatty. Yeah, I haven't done outdoor since I moved from the valley in 93. Now with the new urban rules about no outdoor plants in HRM if you are on city water, I just don't have the balls to grow in my backyard. It's my experience that Halifax's finest are...
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    Howdy Ho folks...Where all the Nova Scotia rats on this channel....Cheers!

    Yup, mine will start finishing around the beginning to the middle of December. Gonna be smoking some quick fried for Christmas if I run out of good cured stuff. I'm hoping a couple of romulan/skunk and black domina/skunk testers will be done early enough to have something cured a little for...
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    Second Grow - Drooping, Yellowing

    You won't be disappointed with megacrop. I use it to test new plants alongside my no till beds, so I don't have to waste a month vegging a shit plant, and it's super easy to use. The plants are always healthy and gives a tasty, potent smoke. As for auto flowers... my only advice would be to...
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    Has anyone seen this white spots on veins.

    If it's mites, which it looks like it is, you can organically solve the problem with "Amblyseius swirskii" predator mites or lady bugs. If you have to wait for insect delivery and you are NOT using living soil or organics, you can slow the progress by picking off infested leaves and spraying...
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    Second Grow - Drooping, Yellowing

    Recently transplanted? Looks like a little transplant shock (soil a little on the hot side) coupled with you prior overwatering. I'd just pick the shitty growth off and see if the problem persists, which I doubt it will. The new growth looks good so I'd say they will be fine as long as you...
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    Chem Dog History

    I'd say the only reason OG Kush and Chem hybrids are winning all the cups (not sure that even accurate) is that the art of breeding is a joke today. Smashing all the elite cuts with a male they selected out of 5 males isn't even close to "breeding", that's why the originals you mentioned still...
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    Chem Dog History

    I can't help but chuckle every time I find these threads, people fighting and defending made up marketing stories these bagseed "breeders" tout as gospel. People arguing about which bullshit story THEY believe, because they're somebody and the rest aren't. Lol. I sure hope I can grow up to be...
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