an your system
out. Wash the unit and replace the nutrient solution with a fresh mix.
Also try to find the source of the light leak and patch it up. Using a
thick black garbage bag works well to keep the light out.
Grow and Bloom:
Some of the double packs come in two different sets - Grow
and Bloom. Basically the Grow solution is used during the plants
vegetative stage and the Bloom is used during the flowering stage. The
Bloom formulas contain more Phosphorus and Potassium and less
Other packs have a complete all in one function, but they are
lacking some additional extras.
Cannabis may find a lot of the nutrients that are mixed full
strength to be too strong and it will burn them. It is recommended that
when using any hydroponics formulations with cannabis that you do so
in MODERATION for your first grow. Many cannabis growers have
bought these products with anticipation of producing great buds only
to get great plant burns instead. It is best to start off with 30% strength
at first and then increase if needed.
Marijuana cultivators have found that full strength nutrient
solutions are not a good thing. In fact even medium strength formulas
have the power to burn your plants. Consult the information on the
packs, but in general 3.5 mls of A and B and C per liter is usually
called 100% strength. The same amount mixed with 2 liters of water is
50% strength. Marijuana can grow very well between 30% and 50%.
Never go full strength with your nutrients if this is your first time. Try
30% for the first attempt and see how your plants do. You will be
surprised at how rich a bud content you will produce with this amount
of nutrients. The most common problem associated with hydroponics
is plant burns. I have rarely heard of someone under-feeding his or her
plants in a hydro system. I have heard plenty of reports about
overfeeding plants in hydro systems. Over time you will get to know
your strain and what it likes. The better you know your strain the
better you will be able to control your feeding amounts.
HARD WATER PROBLEMS
If you have scales in your bucket or what looks like kettle rust
then you have not been maintaining your pH level. Scale is caused by
very acidic pH levels. Your local water company will provide you with
a read out of your water. You can buy nutrient products to use with
hard water. If this problem persists just drain and clean your reservoir
and mix a new batch of nutrients to the correct pH level. Some use a
Reverse Osmosis water filtering system to clean their tap water.
Distilled water has a stable pH level of 7.0.
HOWTO KNOWWHEN TO ADD MORE NUTRIENTS
This is easy and not so easy. Beginners rely on a ppm meter,
but a veteran grower learns to read the plant. The plant will tell you if
is getting enough or too much or too little. It takes a few grows to learn
to read the plant but you can do it with experience. The plant may
have drunk all the nutrients Clark, and B Ben-Zvi and S Blueberry is a mostly Indica (80% Indica, 20% Sativa) strain, that dates to the late 1970’s. A large producer
under optimum conditions. A dense and stout plant with red, purple and finally blue hues that usually cure to a
lavender blue. The finished product has a very fruity aroma and taste of blueberry. It produces a notable and
pleasantly euphoric high of the highest quality and is very long lasting. Medium to large calyxes.”Blueberry”
has a long shelf life and stores well over a long period of time. - Dutch Passion catalog the recessive trait, the unknown genotype is
3. If ALL the offspring have the dominant trait, the unknown genotype
is homozygous dominant
4. Large numbers are needed for reliable results.
And this is your first step into the world of breeding because:
(1) When you breed plants you want to continue a trait. Something
that you like to see on your plant or taste with your plant or the height
of your plant.
(2) When you want to continue that trait you must know if it is
Homozygous Dominant, Heterozygous or Homozygous Recessive.
(3) You can find that out by running a test cross.
So the question may arise - How do I breed for several traits,
like taste, smell, vigor and color? Well that is a big question. Maybe to
understand more about that we should learn more about Hardy-
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Part 2
If we mate two individuals that are heterozygous (e.g., Bb) for
a trait what will we find? (Let’s make the Punnett square).
Look at that. In this group our resulting offspring will be:
This means that:
25% of their offspring are homozygous for the dominant allele (BB).
50% are heterozygous like their parents (Bb) and
25% are homozygous for the recessive allele (bb).
Now look at this closely. Unlike their parents Bb Bb, 25%
will express the recessive phenotype bb. So if we where given two
parents that displayed golden bud but where BOTH heterozygous for
that trait Bb, we would also produce offspring that have silver bud. But
since Bb is dominant in both parents, neither of the parents would
display the phenotype for silver bud.
This is really what breeding is all about. When we have a
strain that we want to keep, how do we know that the parts we want to
keep will actually be kept in our breeding process?
This is where the test cross comes in. If we create seeds from
a strain that we bought in a seed-bank how can we be sure that the
offspring will have the character that we like? Well the facts are this.
If the trait(s) we wish to continue are Homozygous Dominant (BB) in
both the parent plants then there is no way we can produce a recessive
genotype for that trait in the offspring. We already explained this in
the previous section.
Let’s prove this:
Look! It is impossible for the recessive trait to appear.
And if both parents contained the recessive trait we can not
produce the dominant trait. Let us see this in action too.
There we proved that too.
So now we are starting to understand that in order to breed a
trait properly we must know if it is Homozygous or Heterozygous or
Homozygous Recessive before we can understand what it is we are
doing and PREDICT THE RESULTS BEFORE THEY HAPPEN. And
this ladies and gentlemen is what breeding is all about -
Understanding a trait’s genotype, predicting the outcome of a cross
and LOCKING DOWN TRAITS. So how can we lock down a trait you
might ask? Well we will cover this later after we underst Of the 3 normal females, 2 are average and one is outstanding. The outstanding female (mother) was topped
and has 4 colas about 18" long each. These are really packing on the weight now. The secondary budding is
amazing. I pruned all the lower branches and leaves before flowering but this has all grown back now.
Everywhere you look is bud. Even the lower buds that don't get much light are frosted with crystal (not as dense
as the upper bud but I'm sure it will be tasty).
I noticed what seemed to be a male flower on one of the "normal" females and pulled it at 5 weeks. I thought
it was a male flower because it had a stem. I noticed the same thing on the outstanding female but left it. It
turned out to be a female flower "with a stem!". Lurie, and R
IPO, op. cit., p. 30. (back)
16. Blum et al., op. cit., p. 66. (back)
17. Louis Harris, "Parents Draw the Line at Drug Use," The Philadelphia Inquirer,
March 4, 1968. (back)
18. Hundreds of articles, books, and studies have discussed and tested these
relationships. See Albert K. Cohen and Harold M. Hodges, "Lower-Blue-Collar-Class
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Characteristics," Social Problems 10 (Spring 1963): 303-334; Melvin L. Kohn, Class and
Conformity (Homewood, III.: Dorsey Press, 1969). See also the relevant papers in Rose
Laub Coser ed., Life Cycle and Achievement in America (New York: Harper Torchbooks,
1969), and Alan L. Grey, ed., Class and Personality in Society (New York: Atherton
19. AIPO, op. cit., p. 30. (back)
20. American Institute of Public Opinion, Views of College Students on Drug Taking,"
unpublished manuscript (June 1967), and William J. Bowers, "A Study of Campus
Misconduct," unpublished manuscript (Boston: Northeastern University, The Russell B.
Stearns Study, 1968). (back)
Columbia Broadcasting System News, Generations A part: A Study of the
Generation Gap, conducted for CBS by Daniel Yankelovitch, Inc., 1969, p. 18. (back)
Bowers, op. cit., table 3. (back)
CBS, op. cit., p. 82. The question of whether a "no religion" stance influences one's
political orientation, or vice versa, is not relevant at this point. (back)
24. Blum et al., op. cit., p. 66. (back)
25. Richard Brotman, Irving Silverman, and Frederic Suffet, Some Social Correlates of
Student Drug Use," unpublished manuscript (New York Medical College, Division of
Community Mental Health), p. 13. (back)
26. Blum et al., op. cit., pp. 69-70.
27. CBS, op. cit., p. 62. (back)
28. AIPO, op. cit., pp. 9 12, 21, 23, 24,30.
For two Marxian analyses of the role of cannabis in the class struggle, see Allen
Krebs, "Hashish, Avant Garde and Rearguard," Streets I, no. 2 (May-June 1965): 17-22,
and B. W. Sigg, Le Cannabism Chronique, Fruit du Sous-developpement et du
Capitalisme (Marrakesch, 1960-Algiers, 1963). An exposition on the latter work, which is
inaccessible (as is the former) may be found in Blum et al., op. cit., pp. 73-76. For another
article which emphasizes the political apathy-producing effects of marijuana see Hunter
Thompson, "The 'Hashbury' is the Capital of the Hippies," The New York Times
Magazine, May 14, 1967, pp. 29, 123, 124. (back)
30. See L. T. Frey, "Memorandum to All Marine Aircraft Group 11 Personnel,"
excerpts printed in Avant Garde, no. 4 (September 1968): p. lo, and Paul G. Rogers,
"Transcript of Panel Discussion, Lsonsw Fh Yhs Drug Abuse Control Amendments of 1965," in
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, Sixth Annual Conference Report
(Miami Beach, Fla. September 26-October 1, 1965), pp. 20-21.
31. One of the most comprehensive of the many studies exploring this relationship is
Lee Rainwater, "Some Aspe
, Technical Report 3, to National Institute of Mental Health,
January 1972, Contract PH-43-68-1339 "The trick is to not allow too much upward growth- on node 7 or 8, pinch out. Take the bottom 2 branches of.
You should be left with about 6 branches which will rapidly bush out to form a 'goblet' shape. These branches
will, in turn, produce branches growing into centre of plant. These secondary branches should be cut back to
about 3 or 4 nodes on the same day that flowering is started. Durban starts to flower very rapidly- you should
see signs within a week. After about 10- 14 days, pinch main branch-tips of. These will have shot upwards to
form a crown that will now fill out into colas. Final plant should be just over 2 foot from seed or 1.5 foot from
cutting. High is totally unbelievable- its like the first time you got stoned, but better- its clean, spacey,
cerebral and euphoric. Yield is average, nothing a cash-cropper would be impressed about but for personal its
"Mel Frank says that he knows the breeder in California that developed Durban Poison, and that it came from
2 females out of 16 grown from 1 variety out of six that came from South Africa. Only those two plants were
worth a damn. What he doesn't say is that there must have been some other plants in the mix; a male, eh?
He notes that genetics among growers in SA were already all jumbled up from the sources they had to draw
on, so the claims that Durban is a pure sativa have to be taken with a grain of salt." - SCW
"I'm trying some Durban from Aloha out right now in SOG. I've harvested a small test clone from the female
and it was good quality so I have a little sea of her going now.. 4 per foot in organics, mostly castings. She
stretched more than I wanted or expected under the 1K Agrosun MH, I was aiming for 2 foot high at finish but
will probably hit 2.5. You can train and prune and tie her all over but it won't change the node spacing which
makes for the lankiness. Budding them around 6 to 8 inches, or 5 days of veg is about where I'd do it next
time. The yield should be good, not great.. it won't be huge like a good indica, but weight has more to do
with flowering times and amount of resin (how many cycles per year can you get, and resin weighs alot). I
have no idea if these plants are even distant relatives of the seeds you might get." - ~shabang~
"I messed around with Durban in a 24" sog setup, and it just wouldn't work, but I did have one plant that
stayed fairly short, so I cloned it for a mother and put it aside for some months. Recently I switched to scrog,
and thought of the Durban, so I cloned it up and ran 5 of them under the screen in a 2 x 2' space with a 220
HPS conversion bulb. The Durban wanted to run a bit, but that was OK with the screen method. What I have
now is a number of 4-8" flower spikes about the size of large cigars, and there has been no vertical stretching
for a couple of weeks. I think it will mature nicely, which is good, as Durban is our #1 favorite day smoke. A
bit spindly, yes, but I can live with 9
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distant third just third. The plant matured in approximately 8 weeks. This ma actually has production potential
based on what has been seen so far.
This baby was the lowest of the yielders but came in a strong second in buzz. It also finished in
approximately 8 weeks.
This was the rebel of the bunch. Difference in growth weren’t that noticeable during veg but this plant
showed its colors during flowering. The others had bud formation up and down the stem while this one grew
chunky buds at every node. This made for a longer manicure but it was worth it since this plant has the best
buzz at this time by a noticeable margin. It’s probably the best weed in the stable right now even while still a
pup. This was an 8 to 9 week baby. It’s at the very least good enough for a head to head with the current
champs Top 44 and NxS right now. h
only display one facet of the drug crystal. Yet, piecing together several incomplete stories
might very well give us a more comprehensive one. In asking the marijuana smoker the
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effects of the drug on himself, we tap only the subjective vein, a valuable but fragmentary
source. This information should properly complement clinical findings, not contradict
them. Thus, since we have asked for the effect of the drug on the person taking it, we have
largely sidestepped the objective-subjective dilemma which is so often a source of
confusion. We do not ask the smoker to be a scientist, reporting objectively on drug
effects, but to re-create the drug experience itself, to convey the expressive character of
the marijuana high.
One-third of the responses to the open-ended question reported that their senses were
more receptive, more sensitive. We straddle two realms here. Tests can be constructed to
measure the ability of the subject to discern stimuli. But for the subjective impact of sensestimulation,
we have to abandon the laboratory approach, because it does not tell us
anything; we must ask the subject himself. Most responses have this dual character. And
the subjective meaning of phenomena and sense-impressions forms a vast and uncharted
territory, with a logic and integrity of its own—yet one of immense significance.
Why should music be so often singled out as a locus wherein marijuana is said to have
such a pronounced impact? There are, after all, five senses, thousands of sources of sound,
an infinitude of possible changes in thinking, doing things, feeling; why music? There are
at least three explanations:
1. The physiological and psychological explanation. There actually is something
about the effects of marijuana that relates specifically to music, to rhythm,
movement, sound, and pitch.
2. The culture explanation. Marijuana smokers happen to be people who enjoy music
and merely project onto marijuana, which they also enjoy, the positive effects of
any activity toward which they feel positively.
3. The logistical and ecological explanation. It just happens that, given the personnel
and the setting ( in one's living room for the most part ), it is highly likely that
music is one of the activities in which marijuana users will be engaged while high.
There is no doubt that reasons (2) and (3) operate powerfully; the question is, do they
account for all of the variance? Is there any pharmacological thrust at all?
A quarter of a century ago, an objective test of musical talent was done on incarcerated
individuals, experienced with marijuana's effects, who had been administered parahexyl, a
marijuana-like compound.16 The study found that the drug did not increase musical
ability. The typical test result (except for rhythm) was to improve very slightly without the
drug as a practice effect, and then to drop back to the original, pre-practice leve 've seen half once single stalk 3-footers that were flowered at 6""-8"". A joint is soaked through with resin
before you're half way into it. Split a modest one with a friend and you'll be in Oz for hours. 2 modest bong hits
or one mother load will put you on your back. If you want more info on Misty check out the Homegrown
Fantaseeds web site. Misty was the key ingredient in White Widow, and although I've heard that anything in the
WW family is probably unstable, of the 7 Misty seeds I started there were no major growth pattern, color, or
even size variations. Misty is definitely the better choice unless your #1 concern is yield, and don’t get me
wrong yield for Misty is BIG. I don't have the link anymore for homegrown, but I'm sure it's easy enough to
find. Misty is definitely amongst my 3 favorites, but I haven't tried a lot of the new stuff. My number one so far
has been NL5xHaze, and number 2 is either misty or blueberry."" -Skywalker"
"""...AK-47 from Serious Seeds, and Misty from Homegrown Fantaseeds were both KILLER. Both the AK and the
Misty have a great yield, and a knock you on your ass stoned to the bone. I like the sweet taste and sheer
power of the Misty the best personally."" -KITSCY DUB"
"“A truly beautiful plant misted all over with bulging THC glands. A good producer in terms of yield, fat donkey
dick tops, combined with prize-winning quality, gourmet taste and a sweet aroma. This plant has it all.
“If you are looking for the best quality and yield combination I would recommend Original Misty from
Homegrown Fantaseeds. Misty is a stabilized sister of white widow with a bigger harvest potential and a sweet
taste. I've heard that all of the white widow hybrids are very unstable, but I saw almost zero variation between
plant growth patterns in my experience with Misty. I got an even larger yield from this strain than from Chronic,
but only a very little bit larger. It did however have a sweeter taste and an even more powerful stone than the
Chronic. Flowering period for Misty was 8-9 weeks, and I harvested a little more than a 1/2 oz per SOG style
planting. After 2 weeks rooting under flo's I veg for 2 weeks under MH and then flower for 8 weeks under HPS.”
– Stoned Silly"
“Afghan X Brazilian & So. Indian.``Somewhat a mystery strain. Suffice to say it has 60% Indica to 40% Sativa
ratios expressed with a definite freak in its family.
“This crystally, olive colored bud is sparsely covered in brownish red hairs and resin nodules that stand out
proud and bubbly. This bio has a pungent, green scent; some have even said it has sort of a shit smell to it.
Very fluffy somewhat dense buds break apart nicely and leave your fingers sticky. Not mouth wateringly tasty, it
tastes a bit brown for such a green plant, depicting its Mexican heritage. The smoke expands slightly leaving
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"Skunk #1 = originally developed by the Sacred Seed Co. (Cali/ Holland) Sk#1 arose from an Afghani X a
Colombian X a Thai. As far back as 1987 they were reporting its stability to less than 5% deviation. Now 11
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