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Cool! Look me up.Taking outside clones is like screwing a hooker without a condom. It's not if you are going to get something, but when and what you are going to get. With the massive selection of seeds on the market, buyi g clones is not smart.
I am hopeing to move to Maine in a couple years. I have quite the seed collection so I should be fine. I may try making s1 of my ghost og, and mendobreath. I won't be growing for profit, only for fun. I have always been dependant on the profit from my garden, it will be nice to do it for fun.
Cool! Look me up.
Nice state but hard to get rid of product.
Lucky you, not having to grow for profit.
Maybe you can help me with pointers on getting rid of product in one big swoop.
Arent you glad you moved there from here?
They are all over the country CA to MI to Maine. And all places in between. People have been offering me trades for genetics, but all I am looking for is donations.. No wanna enter others' plants into my new veg space. No need to.Are they native to Maine or are they just all over?
It is rumored that certain states Highway patrols releases the mites to control roadside vegetation.
Russets arent the end of the world, to my knowledge they dont inject toxins that will cause your plants to have TMV-like symptoms like Broad mites do. Wettable sulfur powder will get rid of russets in veg, the trick is getting 100% coverage.
Broads sound like the devil. I hear lots of people using the venerate/grandevo combo followed by releasing predator mites.
Russets are as bad as BM;s as far as I can see.
I, too have considered that Agents could go to Harborside and dust the clone department with BMs. A few growers in Mendo thought the source of BM's was that dispensary. Seemed almost likely. That in itself would ruin CA, and all the places that get the clones - basically everywhere ....
Good point on the wettable sulphur. It does have an effect on BM's, more of a deterrent for those without an infestation.