UN Arms Treaty implemented without ratification?

Discussion in ‘Politics’ started by budlover13, Jan 23, 2015 at 12:54 PM.

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Next president candidates . Your thoughts ?

My first choice is Elizabeth Warren. Her election would give her a mandate to roll back all sorts of anti consumer legislation, and hold corporations to account.

Since that’s not likely to happen- too much campaign cash being splashed around by those same big corps- I’ll settle for Hillary. She knows her foreign policy like few others alive right now. Failing that, ANY democrat.

But voting for President is only good for a D Grade on a citizenship activism score. To effect real change, we need to hold our elected officials fully accountable for their acts, actions and the consequences of them.

Neither party seems to want this, lol

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whats wrong…???look worst…

Discussion in ‘DWC/ Bubbleponics’ started by airswipe, Jan 24, 2015 at 8:28 PM.

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First grow ever

Soil is literally 1″ from top of cup, but She hasn’t built much of a lateral root mass yet, I checked the soil before last water (Monday) and only has a few fine roots on the side of the cup. Hardly enough to keep media together to work her all the way out. Watched a friend try to trans a little too early and the media fell apart, and tore almost all the roots. She also still makes visible growth daily. I planned on transplant Sunday if she is ready, Friday is when I get enough funds to finish my spacebucket. (Gonna post pictures today of that also)So it should work out perfect.

I just don’t want to reenact my friends mistake.

Going to be moving her into a 2 gallon pot. (about as big as I can manage in my small living space.

What technique do you suggest . . . I was shooting for a 1 plant 3′ max FIM – SOG . . . Or possibly LST being as my FIM didn’t take???

Sorry if my replies are novels lol

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yellowing on edges of leaves, need advice!

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by Gal, Jan 25, 2015 at 10:21 AM.

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Any input on this t5

Discussion in ‘CFL / Fluorescent Lighting’ started by whitebb2727, Nov 16, 2014.

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Night Terror Strain

Discussion in ‘Seed and Strain Reviews’ started by Diabolical666, Jan 25, 2015 at 9:07 AM.

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White Widow Auto seedlings are sick!!

Hello everyone, so I’ve three white widow auto’s from ILGM.com theyve been doing good, but recently ive noticed they havent been growing much, and im getting some yellowing on my bottom leaves on two of my girls. Im thinking deff. But would like some other opinions before i start feeding this tiny seedling any nutes.

They’re currently under 12/12 lighting. Ive only got one grow room and have a big girl in flowering so ive gotta make do till i can put them under 18/6. Of their own. But temps are 75 at night, 80 during the day. Humidity at about 60 steady. I just put a fan back on them today.

Theyre in 3″ peat pots, planted germinated seedlings on 1/05/15. Into a mix of MG seed starter, and original MG soil. Theyre going to be replanted into 3ga. Buckets of FFOF with a 10% mix of perlite and sphagnum moss.

I keep them watered until the soil dries, then rewater. No nutes fed yet. Ive read alot about autoflowering strains being sensitive to nutes. So are these girls really ready, what strength could they handle?

• I’ll be feeding FF Grow Big 8-4-4

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RO water vs distilled water vs deionized water?

By the time you figure in some nutes, you may not have to pH down at all!

I just moved and the new water, here, is “Alkaline Hell”!!! It takes 55 drops of “pH Down” to neutalize 2 litres @ 6.8. I had to switch to bottled water for the “short run”. I would kill for tap water @ pH-7! Go ahead and use your treated tap water, just bubble it for a couple of days.

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Open Show and Tell 2015!

Hey guys update time! Everything’s looking great down here but we need rain pretty desperately. All my plants looked under watered before I took these pictures but its amazing how fast they bounce back like within half an hour of watering you can notice a huge difference, a short time lapse would be cool. Anyway may I ask some of you experienced growers, am I seeing a slight nitrogen deficiency in some of the plants and can under watering cause a deficiency because the plant cant take up nutrients? Im feeding with sun leaves bat guano and nitrosol. Other then that all is well they’re turning into big girls now

LSD – Pretty Impressed with this one it was the only one not drooping from under watering! Pretty hardy I guess.

Found another resident… lol

Taskenti – Am I seeing a slight nitrogen deficiency here because of those yellow leaves? Vigorous plant.

Panama 1 – Im not sure why this one is so slow but its hardly grown? Maybe a runt or this pheno doesn’t like our climate or something?

Panama 2 – This ones much better with pretty crazy branching like branches with branches of branches lol Sativas ha… the stem is like a bamboo cane. Looks abit under watered but she perked up nicely half an hour latter.

Panama DC – All around a nice plant but it defiantly requires good amounts of water as opposed to the LSD and Taskenti.

Cotton Candy – And last but not least the cotton candy well I dunno whats up with this thing to be honest, it was the herbies freebie that came with strawberry blue and Hawaiian skunk haze. I gave my other Cotton candy seed to a mate and it didn’t pop. Its considerably slower then the other plants and a week younger this ones always had dark green leaves and been a lighter feeder but am I seeing a nitrogen deficiency?

Heres a close up. Could the yellowing be from under watering?

Just thought id ask the pros whats up because this is only my 3rd ever grow, anyway cheers guys next time I update I might have some flower formation coming on Im pretty sure some of the plants are pushing out their very last vegetative growth.

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