Did I harvest too soon?

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by mamie, Oct 2, 2014.

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Obama is going to solve the unemployment problem

By making 4 million illegal immigrants eligible to take American jobs.

Of course, it wont happen until after the election because, it is going to be so popular and all…

And for the people that say they are already doing the jobs, it opens all the legal jobs with employers that dont break the law. And BTW, illegal immigrants are not subject to having employers required to pay for government healthcare. So, these workers will be more valuable to employers as they come with less overhead.

Obama hasnt helped the blacks and he sure as shit isnt helping the poor. Yet give someone an obamaphone (actually a program started by Bush) and he is a Democrat for life!!

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All new growth yellow

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by giz2k14, Oct 21, 2014 at 2:01 AM.

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Is Oscar going to like jail?

Received texts from girlfriend expressing her being afraid of him.

Neighbors hears fighting before shooting.

Shoots 4 times through a bathroom door…

Total accident..,

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Kobani holds

Discussion in ‘Politics’ started by Green_Machine97, Oct 21, 2014 at 9:57 AM.

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Curing newbie question

I think the weight of that volume would be a problem, mashing buds together. I use a 1-gallon jar[1] for walking it down from 70% to 65%, then hold it for 3 weeks there before moving to 1/2-gallon jars[2]. The size of the 1-gal jar makes it harder to “burp.” I have to fan the lid over the opening to help move the air. At the higher range, I’ll pour the buds out, let them air for 30 minutes. While holding at 65-62% for 3 weeks I lay the jar on its side and roll it every day or three. I notice when I don’t do this, the buds get mashed together. I think a jar holding 2-1/2 times the volume would be too much weight on the bottom buds (even laying on its side), and harder to expose the bowels to fresh air when burping.

For longer-term curing (storage?) I size the jar to what I have. Anything from a pint to a half-gal. The half gals are hard to find locally. Ace Hardware seems to be the go-to place for these.

If you really want long-term storage, get a Foodsaver wide-mouth vacuum lid attachment and the Foodsaver accessory connector. You can attach it to a hand vacuum pump (used to bleed car brakes) if you don’t want to buy a Foodsaver. There are instructions on the internet for converting tire pumps to vacuum pumps.

I use Boveda 62 for curing (and long-term jars that are not re-vacuumed after opening). I think it’s handy especially if you overshoot the drying process a little (never a lot!). I keep a couple Boveda 65s for when that happens. Helps pull the buds back up higher/faster.

There are reports of Boveda packs bursting in vacuum. Using a Boveda and vacuum together seems like mixing goals anyway. Boveda should be for holding a frequently opened container at a stable RH. Vacuum seal for something you don’t expect to open for 2 months or longer.

I like the Western Humidor Caliber IV. It can be calibrated using a Boveda 62 in a mason jar.

[1] Ball mason jar (decorative) sold at Walmart and Target. A slip-on lid, not air-tight but not loose either. Any minor air exchange is beneficial in my dry climate to help walk the humidity down. If I think it should retain its moisture, I stretch plastic wrap across the mouth, and slip the lid on.

[2] Ball wide-mouth mason jar, air-tight, sold at Ace Hardware.

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FIRST SNAPPED STEM!!! PLEASE HELP

Have never done autos but from reading I hear it’s not a practical thing, perhaps someone with auto experience can chime in on this.


These plants are awesome at handling training. I’ve been tracking different training methods for a while and have come to the conclusion that they like and respond well to ANY sort of training. The process itself (training) whether low-medium-high stress generates enough growth and eventually yield to cover off any minor delays in training. You have to have a little veg time though, if you tend to flip early the results may not be as good. I typically veg for 6-8 weeks depending on space availability and in that timeframe I can FIM at least a couple of times, I LST from very young, like 3 nodes and up and now super-crop most strains. Bend/twist/tuck/cut away, they’ll reward you for it in the end.

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I got ebola any ladies wanna make out???

Discussion in ‘Toke N Talk’ started by hempyninja309, Oct 21, 2014 at 10:10 AM.

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Pot, Bong and Something Else for the Coffee Table

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Has anyone tried Dr. Krippling’s Incredible Bulk?

Discussion in ‘Seed and Strain Reviews’ started by MyRep, Oct 20, 2014 at 8:51 PM.

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