Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by Mohican, Mar 20, 2013.
Looks amazing! Got any pics of the bud with the seeds still in it?
I didnt take any, maybe Some will show in my 707 Headband.
I didnt trim her yet
that shit crazy never before have I seen hints of purple on a bean
Seconded, haha. Had to do a double take . I knew when Bass hit this thread up this thing was about expand . Just goes to show just how stank the Stank Ape really is . Nice work Bass, love it
**Edit - Just noticed the previous works warranted a smiley on every line for this descriptive reply. Wanted it to be known **
Credit for the Stank Ape goes to Billcollector99 as that is his hard work.
I hope my cross does it justice!
I am gonna be making more seeds in the future.
Here is today's daily seed picture:
and some baby pron:
what do you think of germinating s33ds in r/o water as compared to tap water?
Hey DAT - Good question. How are you doing? Taking your medicine? Get well soon
RO is cleaner than tap but it doesn't have any minerals. Bottled drinking water with minerals seems like a good idea but it has a pH of like p and is usually in plastic. I am trying to get away from any plastic touching my food and water. When I was a kid they were talking about putting milk in plastic. The experts said it was a bad idea because plastic is made of long chains of carbon and hydrogen that is heated and pressed in to a shape. The problem is that the chains break and you get all of these little chains of different sizes that are similar to hormones in our bodies. So the idea was nixed. A couple years later, milk was in plastic jugs....?
Now everybody has these strange problems from all of the plastic in their diets. I am going back to old school containers like glass and metal. We will see what happens.
I wonder if carbonated water (Perrier) would be good for sprouting seeds? I am sure the pH is still high. I wonder what the best pH is for sprouting seeds. Look up rainwater on Wikipedia - it says rainwater is acidic. Rainwater here is like 5.6-5.7 and it can get even more acidic in some places. Near volcanoes the rain is very acidic. It melts the goodies right out of the lava soil and makes the best plants in the world! Hawaii, Oregon, California...
There is so much science behind growing good plants I don't know whether I answered your question
Here is today's daily seed picture. It is in a package with the name so I hope it is not a problem in any way. Just pulled it off of the web.
Oh - and baby pics:
Mozambique Poison - MozPoz (turned out male)
my order is here
Thanks igotdatdro! I will blow them up
Edit: Wow - your collection keeps getting bigger!
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Mohican again.
Holy crap you yielded 20 pounds from the trashcan Malawi??
There was a bit more:
The big clone in the trashcan:
Three others on the other side of the yard:
Hand trimmed until I couldn't move my arms:
Gave it away
This is what they looked like when they started:
Big Clone in Can:
Making the transition to the outside was hard on this little beastie.
She turned out to be the biggest plant.
Flower Clone in can and Micro Clone:
Ugly Reveg Clone:
hey MO! hope your having a nice weekend. I started my Blueberry Gum seed germination on Tues in R/O water in paper towel. After 2 days switched to Colorodo river tap water. NO response. Day 4 switched out the paper towel with Arrowhead water. Still no reponse of tap root at all.
shes on a small dish covered in the dark kitchen cabinet. What would you do? Im starting to get discouraged . do you think i could crack open a little for a kick start and how should i do it?
Sounds like a dud. You can try cracking it open at this point. Might have gotten too hot outside. I have seen your seed collection - pop another. It is hard to loose one I know. The first Mulanje I planted didn't pop. Most of the freebies I got didn't pop either. Soaked 10 seeds and most popped and I put them in the rapid rooters. Out of those ten I got only 3
It was still more than enough.
Hey Amber - I love your avatar!
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