i did a step by step how to super crop a few days ago.. one thing led to another and i was talking about FIM'ing.. some asked for some clarification as to what it is.. so here is my step to step how to FIM..
first lets talk about FIM'ing.. it stands for "fuck i missed".. rumor is that someone was going to top their plant, messed up, let it go, saw what happened, and FIM'ing was born..
FIM'ing is similar to topping in that you are creating multiple tops by removing
I started this draft and then quit after finding out I can't edit what I start. I need the flexibility to make future additions and revisions, which is not granted to the thread starter here at RIU. So for what it's worth, here are a few tidbits written about 6 months ago.
water is a primary component of photosynthesis. It maintains the turgor pressure or
firmness of tissue and transports nutrients throughout the plant. In maintaining turgor
pressure, water is the major constituent of the protoplasm of a cell. By means of turgor
pressure and other changes in the cell, water regulates the opening and closing of the
stomata, thus regulating transpiration. Water also provides the pressure to move a root
through the soil. Among water’s