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  • hey jj i’ve been watching ur grows for a while now and know you’re the right guy to ask this question. I have some clones I put out in the end of January to flower. I wanted to get a quick harvest but feel like it might be a little late. Will these clones finish off in time or will they reveg? If they do reveg will they produce good weed come september/october? Btw i live in los angles area
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    doublejj
    doublejj
    they have plenty of time to finish flowering this spring, you shouldn't have to do anything. You can harvest all the ripe buds and leave as much of the plant as you can and it will re-veg for a 2nd harvest. best of luck.
    buddy:)
    buddy:)
    appreciate the advice brotha!
    MICHI-CAN
    MICHI-CAN
    Was wondering how Ghana was working out? Missed the replies in this header box. LOL.
    Props to your being real. PEACE all.
    Hi I'm thinking about buying the 8' x 8' Palram Glory Greenhouse for my backyard this spring to save on electricity because I'm a Illinois medical marijuana card holder home owner.. I was wondering do you think this greenhouse will work for a spring & summer months backyard grow? Oh & also is the 8' x8' only big enough for 2 good size plants or more?



    Thanks in advance
    Greetings! I've seen growers online that grow 3-4lbers and when they go to put their plants in the ground around May-June they look like they are about 36"-48" tall, maybe topped already and maybe not. How do you do yours? I would think if you could grow a nice bushy ball-shaped plant that's around the same height as those ones they put out instead of a stringy plant, it would be closer to 5-8lbs come harvest time.
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    Yes, planting out a 36" well formed plant in early june grown under the right conditions could yield 8lbs. Best of luck
    SATIVAZOID ROBOT
    SATIVAZOID ROBOT
    Best way I've found is start under lights ..have a huge rootball...top many times..veg that bitch in a big pot for three months before putting outside...It's all about the roots. Big roots. Big plants...best I've done is two and half lbs one plant but I'll take it..
    Hey doubleJJ, Just joined Rollitup and been told to read up on your stuff! Would you mind checking out my first post? Planning a Notill organic greenhouse grow. any thoughts appreciated thanks brotha
    Im a soon to be grower and ive been studying for 5 days now but i cant figure how to throw the right soil medium together. I want to get FFOF with coco coir, perlite, dolomite, worm casting, and some kind of compost And azomite maybe.Would all these be safe to put together and if so what would be your preferred ratio for mixing them? And should i have 2 different soil mediums for seedling stage and flowering stage?
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    sandman83
    if you've never grown before, what's wrong with just using FFOF? Might wanna keep things simple the first go around.
    doublejj
    doublejj
    Yes I agree either FFOF or HF will work but I just mix one bag of each as I mix in dolomite. But you could use either.
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    Md53
    Sandman any idea where I can get some white widow seeds or clones in Oklahoma
    Outside plants leaves falling off, and buds dying turning brown. Help they are dying! Can send pics. Just coming into flowering phase
    doublejj
    doublejj
    post a thread on outdoor page with pics
    codster25
    codster25
    I love how people skip the grow sections and go straight to the source haha
    So your saying go ahead and give bloom to both grows... the ones in veg & the ones that flowered early?
    doublejj
    doublejj
    no just the ones that are flowering. Keep giving the others the 16-16-16
    Booger mama
    Booger mama
    Okay! Thanks for the help. Obviously you're way better at this than I am but if there's ever anything I can do for you don't hesitate to ask. Thanks again!
    Hey JJ, been giving my girls Maxsea 16-16-16 all season. 4 early flowered on me 3wks ago. I started them on Maxsea bloom last week because I figured they still needed the nitrogen for the first two weeks of flower. Is this right? (Also added Epsom salt too)
    Don't want to be a bother but I trust you and we live in the same climate.So, I was wondering what fertilizer you use for each stage. I'm in veg now. On recommendation I'm using Fox Farm ocean Forest mixed with Roots Organics Rod75 as media. Thank you for your time and trouble!
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    Booger mama
    Booger mama
    Yes I use maxsea for my carnivorous plants. You think that's all I need? I was looking at the fox farm 3 pack of fertilizers but I won't spend the money if you think it's unnecessary? Thank you!
    doublejj
    doublejj
    If your sure its the same Maxsea 16-16-16
    Booger mama
    Booger mama
    Yes it is. Thank you so much great to know I already have what I need and don't have to buy extra stuff. I'll leave you in peace now, thanks again!
    hey dude, your one if the most followed growers on RIU so i thought i would ask your opinion on a soluble fertilizer that is 7.5-12-36
    its made by a company called (NUTRIGROW)

    its not far of the jacks recipe of 5-12-26 thats why it caught my eye plus, its cheap.

    do you think this is duable with added trace elements?

    thanks
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    that looks more like a bloom booster formula for use during flowering time, not enough nitrogen. Do they have a formula with higher nitrogen (first number)?
    Hey mate I keep feeding my gals and the new growth keeps yellowing after they go green again in a day or 2 do I just keep hammering away with nutes or does this sound like a different issue? They are in stretch so are they just not getting enough?
    Hi friend, i want to send one yoyo hanger for you.....for thank you you use our products and tell person you used it...it is Unitfarm honor to cooperate with you...thank you
    Hi doublejj. Wanted to post a picture of one of your monster plemons on our BB instagram thread. Are you ok with that? Cheers DST
    Do you know if Remineralization in a reverse osmosis system is good for plants? Some RO systems add trace minerals back into the water, and some do not, I'm not sure which type is better for plants
    doublejj
    doublejj
    no I do not know which is better. good luck
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