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    Phosphoload, Gravity, Bushmaster, Topload, and Flower Dragon are TOXIC!

    Forgive me for taking a baseball bat to such a dead horse, but aren't ingredients that are known to be harmful required to be listed on the Safety Data Sheet for the product, at least in the US? I know that is the PURPOSE of that documentation, but I guess at the end of the day I may have made a...
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    Dirtbags Hydroponics Thread.

    Agent Orange is a TGA Genetics strain, so it's possible CL stands for something in Subcool's garden.
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    3% Hydrogen Peroxide dosage rate for natural fungicide use

    I personally use straight 3% for everything in the outdoor garden. I always reenoculate the soil after use if I root drench, but I've used it to bring plants back from an inch of their lives battling fungal infections, and most bugs hate the stuff as a foiler. I've never had to use it in flower...
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    Dirtbags Hydroponics Thread.

    I did some gardening with rockwool a while back using a couple different systems, and the one thing I wish someone had warned me about was the potential for stalk rot. That stuff is way more absorbent than I was used to, also having come from a soiless background. I lost a couple girls before I...
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    First time greenhouse grower

    I usually start my greenhouse seeds inside around March and transplant outside around April 20th (mostly because I can remember the day). I'm at the 45th parellel and have to run some pretty robust strains to get a good finish. They have to have quite a bit of indica in them to finish most...
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    White Widow Ready

    Just curious, do you know what cut of white widow you're growing? Did you grow them from seed?
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    White Widow Ready

    Hey Starlord, Perhaps it's the lighting, but that looks like boitris (AKA bud rot). What's your RH like?
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    Can e-growers please send the chemical ferts to hell already?

    Something else that just occurred to me: I have used a lot of coir, and every single coir product I have ever used has been OMRI certified organic. I prefer it to peat moss as a soil amendment due to the fact that it is pretty much impossible to over-water coir, and where I live it tends to rain...
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    7 weeks into flower having some issues. Please help!

    I totally agree with switching water sources, unfortunately that wasn't an option. I've always been a "make due with what I have" sort of grower anyway. I was growing in the spare bedroom of my apartment and going to college at the time and didnt have as much time to mess with it as I would have...
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    Can e-growers please send the chemical ferts to hell already?

    I admit that I myself have bought into the "organic" movement in the past... and then I took a biology and a chemistry class when I was in college (just a few years ago) and both classes had a section on "organic" gardening. The fact is that there are safe and ethical agricultural practices, and...
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    7 weeks into flower having some issues. Please help!

    I encountered this exact set of symptoms while growing blue dream about 5 years ago. I was also using tap water, and as it turns out, there had been some flooding in my area resulting in the sewer system overflowing and entering the water system. Standard practice in the instance was to give a...
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