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Wolfe
Nov 25, 2021
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1 oz bud 2cups olive oil 1/4 stick beeswax. 1cap full essential oil. Put ground cannabis in first. Add oil: Cook in tiny crock pot 4 hours Use cheese cloth and strainer into pot. Melt wax into oil at low temp. Pour into cups and add essential oil let chill and put in fridge.
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Wolfe
Sep 13, 2020
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My favorite method for seed germination is the paper towel method. I will tear a paper towel into 2 inch strips. Then I will crease the paper towel in half and dip it into a cup of water fully submerged. Then I open up my fold, place my seeds inside and store in a dark place. I will check on my seeds periodically and not let them dry out. Make sure before bed or if you have to go somewhere that they are damp. Do not let them dry out. After 2-5 days they should be sprouted. I poke a hole in my soil which is just general promix or my composted dirt with no amendments. And put the tail in the hole. After a couple days of very light watering and just keeping it damp. It should pop up. Sometimes the seed will get stuck on and not come off all the way. You can use very carful methods to try to spit apart the seed and pull the casing off exposing the leaf set. Sometimes this won’t be necessary but I often have this experience. Make sure you don’t pull it off too early either. It will need a little time to grow. Sometimes toothpicks are helpful in this process. But not going to sugar coat it, it’s a lot like surgery so keep a steady hand. Don’t feed you me seedling any nutes for the first couple weeks or more of it’s life. When you start seeing 3 or 4 nodes in hight. Then it’s getting time to transplant. Some people grow in cups for fun or as a challenge, but I wouldn’t waste the seed to produce the small amount when I know I can have more personal with other methods.
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Wolfe
Aug 26, 2020
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I like to keep my plants nice and bushy and provide them with some extra strength through super cropping and breaking the inside of the branches. I will use my fingers and pinch off the new growth off the first shoot when it around 4 nodes high. I will pinch it right where I see the two off shoots coming in below it. In theory two more should come where the one you picked off once was. Next when those grow larger, repeat the process to the sets of two leaves and watch it double once again in sets. Keep repeating this process all the way throughout veg if you wish. When those branches begin to grow and stretch, I pinch them and break the inner lining of the stock. This will make a knot grow where you pinch improving the strength of the branch and slowing down some stretch you may have. With super cropping the my method is pinching tops, laying them over, pinching down the entire branch and bending them over very gently. I repeat this process after they heal. Through the entire veg cycle. I don’t need to tie them down this way. This method makes it possible to make the tree shaped plant, a seed typically produces, into bush and it strengthens the plant at the same time. I wish I would have documented my method this year better but I’m in flowering. Which brings me to my next point. I don’t do this method during flowering because they don’t recover as easily. So up until flower I train my plants pretty rigorously. I will upload some photos soon of the plants and branch structures. And you will be able to clearly see the manipulation of growth. If you pinch a top and it doesn’t work the way you want. Don’t be sad. It’s a plant and it will recover and you’ll get another chance to try again. Oh and if you snap something. It happens. Tape is your friend. I have used painters tape it doesn’t really matter. As long as it holds the break together. I have grown and finished branches that literally were hanging off the plant. Some how still alive. These plants are tough and resilient. Also for protective measurement. At about the time it starts budding or even before you want to start building a trellis for the plant. My next mission this year is just that. Doesn’t have to be fancy. Just get the job done, so your buds don’t fall over..
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Wolfe
Aug 14, 2020
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Super Soil recipes: I will be discussing a method I use which I have found to be clean, organic, productive, high quality, and a very cost effective solution for growing cannabis. Super soil takes out the guess work and allows the plant to choose what nutrients it wants to take up. It is not really necessary to follow the recipe to a T. You most likely won’t be able to source every ingredient and in most cases you will have to compensate some ingredients for others. The basic measurement to look for is a NPK ratio. Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium are the main chemicals. I look in the ranges of 12 on N, up to 18 on the phosphorus( high phosphorus for flowing) and 10 on the K. Tools you will need: Shovel with kiddi pool, or concrete mixer or tarp A basic recipe down below can be mixed and matched with other recipes ingredients as long as you have a the NPK ratios as suggested above. They don’t need to be exact. Directions: Start with your base soil for example I use a kiddi pool and full it mixes about 3, 20 gallon pots. I use larger pots because the roots like space to grow after being transplanted as a teen cannabis plant( about 4 nodes tall). The bigger pot will allow your plants space to grow throughout the season without chances of nutrient deficiencies. In the kiddi pool put your base soil pro mix in first. I use about half the cube of promix. Then a big 25 or 30 lb bad of worm castings. Add about 1/3 of the bag. Next refer below to the amount of cups per pool mix. Mix all the other ingredient and mix with shovel. it will look like a big mountain. to add ingredients make a volcano in the top and add the other amendments. Like Bob Marley said “stir it up”. I like to put the top of the mix on the bottom of the three pots divided and then top. That way the hotter nutrients are at the bottom and less likely to burn plants. Make sure tour plant is about 4 nodes high before transplanting to the bigger pots of super soil. Smaller plants can’t take the nutrients. Starting seeds: I use the paper towel method: Put seeds in small wet section of paper towel do not let them dry out! Keep them moist but not drowned and In a dark place. When you see the taproot, put it root down into a hole, in a solo cup, or small pot a similar size and bury the head of the seed just below the soil and cover. Use only Pro mix plain when the seed goes into the dirt and no super soil. It won’t be until the plant has almost root bound it’s cup and have about 4 nodes before you transplant into super soil. Note: Purchase a water filter, I use tall boy filters and change the filters out each year. After you mix the soil filtered water only! If you see a deficiency with a plant you can top soil with the recipe you used or something close to it. Also for mold prevention use crushed egg shells. personally I compost all my food and it’s in my soil. I recycle the soil from the pots after the end of the season and the next year I re amend it with the recipes or something close. *If you can’t source the ingredients and are worried about what to add let me know what you are working with and I’ll help to the best of my ability. Mix 1. Pro mix with mycorrhiza 1/2 bag Worm castings 1/3 bag Bat guano 9-3-1 and 3-10-1 : 6-8 cups Alfalfa meal 2.5 -1-1 : 2 cups Green sand : 2 cups Kelp meal 1-0. 1-2 : 2 cups Fish meal 10-4-0 : 8 cups Dolomite : 2 cups Epson salt : 1 and 1/2 cups Azomite : 1 and 1/2 cups Slow release pellets 3/10/10 organic : 2 cups Mix 2. Pro mix with mycorrhiza : 1/2 bag Worm castings : 1/3 bag Fish bone meal : 8 cups Feather meal : 8cups Kelp meal : 2cups Dolomite : 2 cups Epson salt : 1 and 1/2 cups Azomite or trace minerals: 1 and 1/2 cups Slow release pellets 3/10/10 organic : 2cups Mix 3: Pro mix with mycorrhiza :1/2 cube Worm castings : 1/3 bag Seabird guano : 4 cups Bat guano : 4 cups Blood meal : 8 cups Bone meal : 4 cups Epson salt : 1 and 1/2 cups Dolomite : 2 cups Azomite : 1 and 1/2 cups
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Wolfe
Jul 28, 2020
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Purple Mayhem C4 C4 NO Name Gooey Tang Killer Tang Killer Skunk Tang
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Wolfe
Jul 25, 2020
Cannabis, lets talk about it. What is your favorite strain and why? content media
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Wolfe
Jul 25, 2020
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having a problem with a sick plant? This is the plant infirmary, where we can take a look at pics of plants and try to help growers get back on track to healthy plants.
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Wolfe
Jul 25, 2020
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Here we can discuss our approaches to how we grow our plants and ways to increase yield and strength of the plant.
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Wolfe
Jul 25, 2020
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Here we can talk about methods of harvesting, curing and storing cannabis. Killer Tang (Killer pheno)
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Wolfe
Jul 25, 2020
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Which one of my seeds will work best for where you are located, what other strains that perform well in various climates, and what type of yield you can expect.
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Wolfe
Jul 24, 2020
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Here we can discuss methods and share pictures of our plants and talk about climates and how we set up our outdoor grows. Purple Mayhem
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Wolfe
Jul 24, 2020
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Here we can talk about methods and ways to do indoor grows C4
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Wolfe
Jul 24, 2020
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Talk about your personal growing roots here... DJ Short Flo
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Wolfe
Jul 24, 2020
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Here we can discuss new organic methods to eradicate pests and solve mold issues. Tangerine Power
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