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Mr Smokalotapotamus

You gonna pass that bro??
Jun 23, 2018
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You should get a OnePlus. Way more RAM and better camera. Will be a lot better to take pictures of your devil lettuce.

The pictures u posted are good. I'm curious as to how good they would be

I took this one with my friends iphone 11pro i think it is. whatever the new one is. I'd like to play with it more.
 

Hauler

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Feb 3, 2016
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So hypothetically - if a guy bought some property that was very isolated - how difficult is it to grow weed in a garden?

And how long does it take to go from seed to harvest in an outdoor situation? Meaning it would not be helped by grow lights, incense and 24/7 audio of Pink Floyd. Just normal outdoor growth with sunlight and water.

Hypothetically.
 

Papi Chingon

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Oct 19, 2015
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So hypothetically - if a guy bought some property that was very isolated - how difficult is it to grow weed in a garden?

And how long does it take to go from seed to harvest in an outdoor situation? Meaning it would not be helped by grow lights, incense and 24/7 audio of Pink Floyd. Just normal outdoor growth with sunlight and water.

Hypothetically.
Too many variables to answer this question quickly. A natural plant will need the daylight getting shorter to trigger flowering. If you planted in early spring, or right now, the plant would not start to flower until around the end of July or beginning of August (if youmare in the northern hemisphere) unless you manipulate the light schedule (ie. Force flower by moving the plant into a dark room, or covering the plant with something that cuts off light). If you force flower you will need to be very consistent with what time you manipulate darkness or else the plant will more than likely turn into a hermaphrodite. A natural plant will flower from anywhere from 45 days-100 days, depending upon the strain. The strains I grow are typically 70-75 days of flower until I harvest. I don't recommend it, but you get buy ruderalis (autoflower) seeds and go from seed to harvest in 60 days anytime of year, no matter the light schedule. Breeders have gone a long way with ruderalis and now you can get just about any strain in this form, but they are not true to the strain you are choosing.