Chip Greens' hairbrained schemes....

Chip Green

In Bloom
I'm certain that we can all agree, there is in fact, an exponentially more cost effective way to produce Silver Thiosulfate.
Let's face it though, we're high most of the time. Some of us, have a chainsaw hangover many mornings, and are easily disuaded from simple tasks, such as elementary mathematics, and mixing chemical reagents.
I'll happily donate to the financial successes of Twenty20 Mendocino out of sheer convenience.
 

HydroRed

3Thirteen Seeds
Staff member
I'm certain that we can all agree, there is in fact, an exponentially more cost effective way to produce Silver Thiosulfate.
Let's face it though, we're high most of the time. Some of us, have a chainsaw hangover many mornings, and are easily disuaded from simple tasks, such as elementary mathematics, and mixing chemical reagents.
I'll happily donate to the financial successes of Twenty20 Mendocino out of sheer convenience.
Theyre good peeps over that way. Solid product from solid folks!
 

horribleherk

home grown
I'm certain that we can all agree, there is in fact, an exponentially more cost effective way to produce Silver Thiosulfate.
Let's face it though, we're high most of the time. Some of us, have a chainsaw hangover many mornings, and are easily disuaded from simple tasks, such as elementary mathematics, and mixing chemical reagents.
I'll happily donate to the financial successes of Twenty20 Mendocino out of sheer convenience.
Hell I don't even mix nutes after the 4th beer or super crop either keep up the good work I have a hazeman grape stomper I'm wanting to do some chucking with
 

Chip Green

In Bloom
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One time, on another forum, I was awarded a Stardawg F3 preservation pack, from Useful Seeds. It was at that time, I vowed to honor the label and run these "regs" properly, and take a stab at learning the ways of preservation.
I popped the entire F3 pack, and took 7 plants past the seedling stage due to limited space. I then later flowered the strongest male of 3, and the two most vigorous females of the remaining 4.
I harvested the pollen from the lone male, and dusted a few branches of each girl. That process yielded about 2 dozen F4 beans.
So far, two beans into the F4s, I have one confirmed male (clone secured), and now this beauty pictured above just showed her puss today.
Both are vigorous, thick branched, uniformly chandelier structured show ponies.
I have literally zero previous experience with "breeding" but this feels like it's really going well. I've done some "chucking" but this is a different animal.
I intend to keep clones(and or pollen) from each worthy unit, until I run out of F4s.
I'm literally learning on the fly here, whilst I become amazed, and intrigued.
 
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MO_Grow

CHOOSE YOUR TITLE
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One time, on another forum, I was awarded a Stardawg F3 preservation pack, from Useful Seeds. It was at that time, I vowed to honor the label and run these "regs" properly, and take a stab at learning the ways of preservation.
I popped the entire F3 pack, and took 7 plants past the seedling stage due to limited space. I then later flowered the strongest male of 3, and the two most vigorous females of the remaining 4.
I harvested the pollen from the lone male, and dusted a few branches of each girl. That process yielded about 2 dozen F4 beans.
So far, two beans into the F4s, I have one confirmed male (clone secured), and now this beauty pictured above just showed her puss today.
Both are vigorous, thick branched, uniformly chandelier structured show ponies.
I have literally zero previous experience with "breeding" but this feels like it's really going well. I've done some "chucking" but this is a different animal.
I intend to keep clones(and or pollen) from each worthy unit, until I run out of F4s.
I'm literally learning on the fly here, whilst I become amazed, and intrigued.
😍What a beautiful structure!
 

HOGBACKMAGIC14

In Bloom
I'm certain that we can all agree, there is in fact, an exponentially more cost effective way to produce Silver Thiosulfate.
Let's face it though, we're high most of the time. Some of us, have a chainsaw hangover many mornings, and are easily disuaded from simple tasks, such as elementary mathematics, and mixing chemical reagents.
I'll happily donate to the financial successes of Twenty20 Mendocino out of sheer convenience.
make colidal silver use 999 pure silver with distilled water a phone wall charger pack with atleast 9volts there is more to it but it always works for me
i buy pure silver wire of amazon and it will last for a long time you just want to get a high enuff ppm people make this to drink though it can turn skin a blue pigmentation no chemicals needed for female pollen
 

HOGBACKMAGIC14

In Bloom
i have 3 hazemans mikado females getting ready for flower getting clones rooted now this mikado has a good mix in smells by stem rub
and different structures one that i like out of my 3 is the blueberry smelling one its shorter with mega branching nice little shrub
i got 3 packs to hunt through and thinking of hitting it with blueberry muffin pollen on the short bushy one i have i will put some pics up if i feel
they are worth the effort so far they a good veggers not that fussy
 

horribleherk

home grown
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One time, on another forum, I was awarded a Stardawg F3 preservation pack, from Useful Seeds. It was at that time, I vowed to honor the label and run these "regs" properly, and take a stab at learning the ways of preservation.
I popped the entire F3 pack, and took 7 plants past the seedling stage due to limited space. I then later flowered the strongest male of 3, and the two most vigorous females of the remaining 4.
I harvested the pollen from the lone male, and dusted a few branches of each girl. That process yielded about 2 dozen F4 beans.
So far, two beans into the F4s, I have one confirmed male (clone secured), and now this beauty pictured above just showed her puss today.
Both are vigorous, thick branched, uniformly chandelier structured show ponies.
I have literally zero previous experience with "breeding" but this feels like it's really going well. I've done some "chucking" but this is a different animal.
I intend to keep clones(and or pollen) from each worthy unit, until I run out of F4s.
I'm literally learning on the fly here, whilst I become amazed, and intrigued.
Might be the best way to go about this I'm watching because I'm trying to do a sour grapes-×- arcata trainwreck coming up soon I grew the clone version of stardawg- from darkhearts nursery a few years ago it's a nice strain
 
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