Mammoth P "Problem"

Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by sparkygeek, Mar 7, 2018.

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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    Not advertising... I don't care if you think I am. (If I were advertising, showing a picture of a big bud, regardless of whether it conveys the problem, would be better advertising right?) I don't care if you think I don't grow. I posted this in hopes someone else had seen this anomaly... Talking to people expands one's mind and you never know where it can lead. That being said, If you don't use Mammoth P and you need a picture to understand this problem, you can't help... Thanks anyway! Peace!
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    You really have to watch out for those monster tomatoes!
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

    I don't need a picture to diagnose your problem, but by the way you've been posting I don't think you actually grow. So this is why I asked for a picture.

    Because if your full of shit about growing your probably full of shit about Mammoth P.
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    Then why are you still posting? Believe I'm full of shit and go happily about your day! If you think you can contribute I'm all ears... I don't take offense that you think I don't grow... Your beliefs about me have exactly zero importance to me. Peace!
     
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    BigHornBuds

    BigHornBuds Well-Known Member

    I have to agree
    I do grow, I don’t have a problem backing up what my fingers put down.
    But I also don’t have major issues of wanting to impress or be liked etc .(it comes naturally) I’m hear to learn n maybe help some people not make mistakes.

    I’m done here.
    Was hopping to see a mammoth bud , only got to see more of my own , happens a lot .


    What you learn after you know it all is what
    COUNTS
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

    This guy's a cop.^
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    Sorry I couldn't help you see what Mammoth P does to my flowers... Peace!
    ROTFLMFAO! Have a nice day!
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

    Rloltomatoeroftlhesacoptoololroftl
     
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    BigHornBuds

    BigHornBuds Well-Known Member

    Got me
     
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    jarvild

    jarvild Well-Known Member

    My use of Mammoth P, actually made my GG#4 branching hold up better to the weight of the flowers.
    Still caging or tieing is still required.
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    Thanks for your input! When I started using Mammoth P, the stems on all the strains I grow stiffened up nicely... Including the plant strain with the anomaly! By all indications the plants are healthy, but on the Pineapple Chunk, the junction between the main trunk and the branch seems overly brittle... I've also noticed the branches that this happens to, don't sag at all under the weight of the bud, increasing the stress at the fulcrum point (The branch/main trunk joint.) (The branches that separate from the trunk are straight with no downward arc along the length of the branch... To me the branch looks stronger than one that doesn't peel away from the trunk.) I mixed things up quite a bit with this grow so it's possible I messed things up but to me things look good before they don't. I really like to keep the plants unsupported as long as possible to force them to get strong but it's no big deal if I have to and it is still a good "problem" to have! Do you stake your GG4 early in flower? GG4 is such an awesome strain... There is something special about that plant! Regards!
     
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    jarvild

    jarvild Well-Known Member

    Around half way through flower before I stake them. I have more trouble with plants falling over as they get too tall in 2 1/2 gallon pots.
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    Good to see someone else has the same "problem"... That's normally when I try to stake them but this crop kind of threw me for a loop... I did a lot of things different this time and may not have waited two weeks before putting some re-potted plants into flower... I'm hoping that's why I ran into so many issues before I staked the plants... I also did a partial switch to a perennial grow hoping to get one last mini-crop before summer... I ended up with only one large plant under 1600 watts for two weeks... It appeared to start flowering very fast and started to fall over after only a couple of weeks... Since it was only my second crop of Gorilla Bomb, I don't have history with the plant so I'm still up in the air as to the cause. Although this is a very good problem to have, it is quite a learning experience! I lost a 6ft OG Kush at 8 weeks because I tied the support too low on the main trunk and the plant literally detached from the roots because I jostled it wrong when I moved it. The point I staked was below most of the bud weight and the support rope acted like a fulcrum point... Pop! It actually didn't make a noise... The plant just started sipping nutes while it's leaves dried... I spent a few days trying to halt the plants demise to no avail... I didn't even know what I did until I examined the root ball! Thanks again!
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

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    budman111

    budman111 Well-Known Member

    The biggest one is $263 a liter.
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    I hear you! I think I'd take the quotes off problem for that one! All the best!
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    The way you replied it was very difficult to see what you were trying to say... Have a nice day!
     
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    budman111

    budman111 Well-Known Member

    Keywords: Mammoth P and $263 a liter
     
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    sparkygeek

    sparkygeek Well-Known Member

    My bad... I was replying to another poster and forgot to click reply... I am in full agreement with you... I think the stuff is phenomenal but I thought it was expensive before it went up 30%! I'm disappointed there is no price break on a litre... I buy half-litres and I had hoped there would be a price break for the larger size! All the best!
     
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    Johnny Lawrence

    Johnny Lawrence Well-Known Member

    I didn't even hear about Mammoth until about a year ago.

    You say you've been using it for a few years now? I could be wrong, but I think the company is only a year or two old.

    How did you get hold of samples before the company was even up and running?
     

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