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Old 04-29-2005, 06:21 PM #1
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Let's see and hear about your sick plants!!

...Every grower at one time or another has to face the stark reality of seeing their best plants growing sick and perhaps dying...

...On this forum we will record and investigate various plant ailments in the worthwhile persuit of hopefully helping to eradicate or at least control various pest problems that you or I may encounter today or tommorrow...

...So please....if you have a sick plant....maybe we can help?.....photograph it and give us a report about your trials and tribulations concerning the infestation or mould or unknown plant sickness that you are having to cope with......

Accurate reports should contain as much information as possible in regards to the growing conditions, variety and location of the plant and what you are doing to try and combat the problems you face....
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Old 04-29-2005, 07:13 PM #2
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Good idea as I can submit a couple and My Name is Stitch may have a sick plant thread he would like to post here as well. Great new forum Gypsy!!! Good idea. BOG



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Old 04-29-2005, 07:39 PM #3
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oh i just love solving plant probs , so if anyone wants help ,i'll gladly help,,

after all thats what we are here for to how help each other,

come to Dr Hazy's surgery ,its free lol
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Old 04-29-2005, 07:42 PM #4
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Great new forum Gypsy, I've got a little something to get the ball rolling, it's not exactly a sick plant, more of an injured one


Here's an example of what can often be a growers worst enemy, procrastination. Procrastination, aka, I'll do it later, aka, I'm stoned and I can't be arsed, aka I'm busy doing nothing, is what caused this.





I knew that the plant needing tyeing up but I put it off, because I was watching EastEnders or the Simpsons or something, then after that I got stoned and ended up going to bed. I woke up about 8am and I thought that my better half was up making me some Tea and Toast for breakfast because I could smell a toasty smell, like burnt toast or something ( not that she's a crap cook or anything ) I turned to get out of bed and I noticed that my better half was still there much to my dismay because if she wasn't making the toasty smell then what the hell was LOL

Anyway, I immediately ran into the growroom and noticed that the plant that I had failed to secure was now involved in a passionate liason with a 1000w HPS, I'm not kidding this thing was just hugging the bulb, smoldering away, thank god it was covered in resin otherwise it might have caught fire LOL


Anyway, the moral of that story is this, there's a lot of things that you can do in your growroom to prevent illnesses and accidents, so make sure you do them at the first opportunity, don't put things off, especially safety issues.


I've got another story about a ballast that exploded but I'll leave that for another day





Word to the wise, always have an electrical fire extinguisher near your growroom and have smoke alarms fitted.
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Another great idea...I could have used this forum last year on my outdoor grow for sure.
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WOW Bramski, it's a wonder the smell didn't wake you!! That bud is COOKED! Glad to hear there was no fire as well bro.
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I just cut round the cooked parts and let her finish joe, she was still healthy on the other side




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bramski i work in congleton is tha far nough north
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