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  1. #8526
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    You're in the Northern Kingdom? How long will that take to dry?
    Central, took about 2 weeks. This is from the earlier one that just went in jars. And the Durban Poison outdoor still has a while to go
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  2. #8527
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    ^^^Getting invalid attachment message on those two photos

    Are you pointing air at that plant while it dries? In Humboldt there was no way we could do that without getting mildew.
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  3. #8528
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    This just keeps getting harder... I got turned down for a med card and don't know anybody that sells anymore. This means having to go to Massachusetts and spend between $70-80 an 1/8 plus ~3 hours of driving and another $35 in gas. This sux I just want to put up a Fb post asking who I know locally that still sells but that doesn't seem like a good idea.

  4. #8529
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    This just keeps getting harder... I got turned down for a med card and don't know anybody that sells anymore. This means having to go to Massachusetts and spend between $70-80 an 1/8 plus ~3 hours of driving and another $35 in gas. This sux I just want to put up a Fb post asking who I know locally that still sells but that doesn't seem like a good idea.
    How the fuck you get turned down? I can give you the online service is used. NuggMD. $149 and say it's "chronic pain" maybe from a surgery or accident from years ago. Makes it hard to sleep, you get headaches. Pay the $$ and you'll have a temp card inside 30min. Then, until NY has some dispensaries I can connect you with a mail service based in MA.

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  5. #8530
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    ^^^Getting invalid attachment message on those two photos

    Are you pointing air at that plant while it dries? In Humboldt there was no way we could do that without getting mildew.
    It's in a closest with a small fan on the floor indirectly circulating air

  6. #8531
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    This just keeps getting harder... I got turned down for a med card and don't know anybody that sells anymore. This means having to go to Massachusetts and spend between $70-80 an 1/8 plus ~3 hours of driving and another $35 in gas. This sux I just want to put up a Fb post asking who I know locally that still sells but that doesn't seem like a good idea.

    2nd the NugMD. Chronic back pain.
    Doesn't matter how you got it. At our age it's expected.

    Ct.'s a lot closer. But I'm going up to Redding this afternoon.
    Digits still the same I assume ?

  7. #8532
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski220 View Post
    2nd the NugMD. Chronic back pain.
    Doesn't matter how you got it. At our age it's expected.

    Ct.'s a lot closer. But I'm going up to Redding this afternoon.
    Digits still the same I assume ?
    Damned I just checked the prices at a random dispensary in CT. $80 for 1g carts at 84%? All the flower strains seem to be non known names. The mail service has better prices. Anything lower than 90% is under $150 for 2 total grams, and that includes shipping costs. They typically stock Rove, TKO, Big Chief. Huge live resin selection, huge flower selection as well, shatter and wax too.

    420growgods if anyone is interested. I know at least a few here have used it based on my suggestions. You text an order, they call you later to process payment.

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  8. #8533
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    Quote Originally Posted by vt_ski View Post
    Woah!
    I love Durbs, but don’t love the 14 week flower cycle
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  9. #8534
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski220 View Post
    2nd the NugMD. Chronic back pain.
    Doesn't matter how you got it. At our age it's expected.

    Ct.'s a lot closer. But I'm going up to Redding this afternoon.
    Digits still the same I assume ?
    Lol, true.
    Yes.

  10. #8535
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    Harvested this morning… quick wet trim and bud wash. Now on the drying rack. Each plant got its own octopus… “I’d ask my friends, to come and see, an octopus’s garden, with me.”
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  11. #8536
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    ^^^ Niiiice, I am still at least 3-4 weeks from cutting.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  12. #8537
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    Love the Octopi hangers, SC.

    I chopped last Saturday/Sunday.
    I try to yank all sugar leaves before harvest to minimize trim time. Still, its hard to get in the back with scrog nets
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    Chikamasa scissors for the win. These are Japanese-made bonsai shears. Recommended to me by a member of the Scissor Sisters, a trim crew of bisexual women in Humboldt County. US distributor is the garden supply store in Garberville
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    They are great toenail clippers as well

    My custom drying room
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    The mids/popcorn were dry enough to jar after about 60 hours, about 72 hours required for the buds. RH in jars were 75-85% after 36 hours, depending on bud size.
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    Waiting here for the last of the big buds to finish drying

    By yesterday, the mids/popcorn were at 70% and the big buds about 73%. Will have them down to 62-63% by end of week.
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    A reasonable harvest for two plants that were in veg only two weeks

    In the meantime I get to enjoy the fruits of wet trimming - finger hash and blonde keef. Roll the hash in the keef and bong rips are the bomb
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    Notwithstanding what Benj Franklin claims, this stuff is truly proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.
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  13. #8538
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    I see hydraulic turtles.

  14. #8539
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    TBS, what mini hygrometers are you using to determine RH in the mason jars? Looking for suggestions or are they all basically the same? Thanks.✌️
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  15. #8540
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    I use these - https://www.amazon.com/Veanic-Electr...s%2C223&sr=8-5

    They are semi accurate, like +- 2%

    ETA - there’s a bunch of other brands on Amazon that are prolly made in same factory using the same components
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  16. #8541
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    Out- Durban Poison + Goldleaf. Still a ways to go, but boy is that DP looking ever so frosty.
    2nd round of Amnesia Haze mostly dry and ready to jar cure. 1st round is
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  17. #8542
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    The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission said it has solved the mystery of why people were getting high on CBD products supposedly made from hemp. Manufacturer Select, also known as Cura Cannabis, mixed up two lines of products at its Portland manufacturing site.



    https://www.oregonlive.com/business/...-got-high.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission said it has solved the mystery of why people were getting high on CBD products supposedly made from hemp. Manufacturer Select, also known as Cura Cannabis, mixed up two lines of products at its Portland manufacturing site.



    https://www.oregonlive.com/business/...-got-high.html
    Great example of why they tell us at work (cdl driver) to avoid cbd products entirely. Hopefully no one lost their career over it.

  19. #8544
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    Quote Originally Posted by vt_ski View Post
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    A work of art! Nicely done
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    I might have put too much erl in my coffee this morning.
    When you see something that is not right, not just, not fair, you have a moral obligation to say something. To do something." Rep. John Lewis


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  21. #8546
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    I might have put too much erl in my coffee this morning.
    Not sure the horses will appreciate cat food, or vice versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission said it has solved the mystery of why people were getting high on CBD products supposedly made from hemp. Manufacturer Select, also known as Cura Cannabis, mixed up two lines of products at its Portland manufacturing site.



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    Oopsie.

  23. #8548
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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    Oopsie.
    Freakin' stoners!

  24. #8549
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    Only users lose drugs.

  25. #8550
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Chikamasa scissors for the win. These are Japanese-made bonsai shears. Recommended to me by a member of the Scissor Sisters, a trim crew of bisexual women in Humboldt County. US distributor is the garden supply store in Garberville
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    tell me more about these scissors...
    ive had 2-3 others mention them to me recently and now im intrigued
    curved tip or straight?


    im 2-3 weeks out from indoor chop, these are from a week or so ago
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    then another week or two for outdoor which are pretty pathetic this year since i didnt get them into dirt until july due to heat and other bs
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    may try fresh frozen dry ice hash instead of bubble this time around, and looking at playing around with fermentation in a few different ways
    chemistry is fun

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