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Old 11-06-2018, 05:10 AM #1301
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Nice flowers Dankwolf! Looks potent! Thanks for sharing! I guess you realize your fingerprints are now posted to the whole world. I need to get some shots up soon, sorry guys! Its starting to get a good cure now!


Tough plants, pdx! Interesting growth going on! I'm surprised they aren't going into senescence since they've dropped pollen for a while. I thought males naturally died.



I think hemp ethanol is from fermenting the fiber-rich whole plant biomass. Seed oil could possibly be used too I guess, but that would be much more expensive. Hash oil motors, now thats living! When someone wants to race, you'd have an advantage when they get a good dose of hash inhaling the exhaust!
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[quote=pipeline;8423148]Nice flowers Dankwolf! Looks potent! Thanks for sharing! I guess you realize your fingerprints are now posted to the whole world..,



Did not think about that . fuck my prints every where . what shoulf I do now lol. Come on ......

1# my fingerure prints are All ready every where as far as state,and feds are concernrd.

2# who says the photo's pretanine to me or any one maybe I stole them or maybe I had some one else,hold them like a pawn maybe I am the pawn . circumstantial at the,most.

3 # I am well with in my limits for,my governing state.

4# I don't sell and or distribute for my benefit. You must not be from oregon . even if,you have a out let prices are to low to even recover a dollar at moment . the,only guys still in it are the,legal assholes playing the state .

5# thanks for the extremely presumptive advice . always appreciate in conclulesive information based on speculation .

6# you do realize any one with a tech mind /half a Brian can trace any ip/signature . this day I, age all we can do is stay off the net . even so many may not want to be chiped but are smart phones are the,most advanced chip around . fuck a bar code . we are wireless these days .

7 # your cyber finger print is more valueable then your physical print . physical finger prints are old school these days . sorry to say but even with a proxie server we are not 100% safe.

8# if you were genuinely concerned you would not make such an issue Public . your response : (I(dankwolf) already made it public lol )
So if,you are so concerned why call it it out the way you did ?

Would you like me to point out your possible mistakes too all or would you prefer a pm ? My guess is the if you are incriminating your self you would prefer a heads in a non public way so what is your real agenda?
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Nice flowers Dankwolf! Looks potent! Thanks for sharing! I guess you realize your fingerprints are now posted to the whole world..,
I think the biggest problem with having one's prints on-line, is that they can be copied.

I won't say why that's a bad idea, but it's a bad idea.
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did this actually work...?

and if so, how about regular fishing worms...?
I grow indoors (first time at it)....and im wondering if a couple of wormies in my pots would do my ladies any good or not..?
The general consensus about worms is that red-worms are happy eating in one pot, helping re-build the soil.

And that the big type earthworms, like you might get in fishing bait, spend most of their time trying to escape.

I think that's not entirely right. If it's 20 gallons of soil, I think the bigger worms might also be happy with all the free food.

I think the bigger problem, e.g. with my own pots, is that they are in wheeled containers above ground. So when the outdoor temps drop into the 20's, the worms forget about eating, if they live.

Better to keep the pots in the garage or somewhere where the temps stay above freezing.
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Its not really a big deal. Got a long post out of ya! Haha! I was just trying to be helpful. God bless you, my friend!



I will try to get some budshots up soon too. Thats always neat to see the end product after working hard all year. Glad to see michigan and missouri legalizing cannabis in one way or another.
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Its not really a big deal. Got a long post out of ya! Haha! I was just trying to be helpful. God bless you, my friend!



I will try to get some budshots up soon too. Thats always neat to see the end product after working hard all year. Glad to see michigan and missouri legalizing cannabis in one way or another.
I took it a bit wrong .
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I'm already in the process of burning my fingerprints off with acid and re-etching them with your prints! Not really, but those are some beautiful plants. Really love the male that went purple like that.
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A little late for this year but I got some potassium bicarbonate to prevent/take care of mold/mildew next time. Similar/same as GreenCure. I noticed many mold products are high pH but at least one is acid, interesting.
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A little late for this year but I got some potassium bicarbonate to prevent/take care of mold/mildew next time. Similar/same as GreenCure. I noticed many mold products are high pH but at least one is acid, interesting.
I'm pretty sure 85% Of greencure is potassium bicarbonate, but they also add a surfactant of some sort which breaks up the water tension. I've heard people add a little bit of yucca extract and that works great for home made foliars.
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I noticed many mold products are high pH but at least one is acid, interesting.
I found a good article awhile ago that explains alot about plants and mold/mildew/fungi physiology and interaction well. Available Calcium level goes up, problems go down.

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"Potassium bicarbonate additives can help kill powdery mildew spores on contact, while also increasing the pH level on the surface of the leaves. A pH level above 8.3 on the surface of the leaves discourages fungi."
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