November Uglies

Dino Party

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Which one of y'all has it the worst. This is the pissing contest of woes, photo style. Pests, problems, grower error, all of it is welcome and encouraged here. We're all (mostly) human, we all make mistakes.

Winner gets a prize pack of seed packs. Valued at over $100,000!!!*

You have until Friday, November 27th to enter your photos. It will be chosen vote style.













*value of prize in South Korean Won.
 

Dbear

In Bloom
After seeing your storm damage we all just threw in the towel haha!

I actuality I forgot all about it... maybe @Dino Party will extend the deadline a bit? I can go take pictures of all the nanners on my Chem D x Chocolate Diesel haha
I was sittin here like damn I never win anything but is this gonna just be by default? lol. I wouldn't complain if I did win tho I've seen some of what dino has to offer 🔥
 

Kind024

In Bloom
I dont know if this is too late. I figure a valuable lesson in humility will do me good. Ive never had a room of plants look like this in 20 years...or since I've started.

I decided to break one of the cardinal rules in the/my book. A friend was given a cutting by some old folks that was also meant to grace my garden. I never except cuttings in the case of stowaway pests. First time it was 2 spotted mites. Second time it was PM. Finally i took this last cut and it was Broad mites. Maybe I'll learn after this...

So I started with neem oil and bronner's lavender soap. It was working okay it kept them down and may have eradicated them if I stuck with it. Instead I tried a vinegar solution diluted 6:1. The original recipe was 4:1. I thought it was safe. Well it is, just not after a neem oil treatment 2 days prior. The plants should have 2 weeks for the oil to break down before anything else is sprayed. Vinegar or sulfur , idk if the same is true for Isopropyl solutions?

So here is the arbor atm...I was just getting the bleach water bucket ready to stuff all the ill biomass in. I'm chopping everything, cleaning and starting another 60 beans. 3 different types...I'm thinking 20ct Blue Sunshine and/or Peach hashplant, 20ct BT #28 x Kashmir #5 and I cant make up my mind on the last 20ct. Maybe the Noodle cross...Noodle/Gogi f3 x Black Triangle.

This should put it in perspective...cheers!
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Skunky Dunk Farms

Cannabinoid Receptor
I dont know if this is too late. I figure a valuable lesson in humility will do me good. Ive never had a room of plants look like this in 20 years...or since I've started.

I decided to break one of the cardinal rules in the/my book. A friend was given a cutting by some old folks that was also meant to grace my garden. I never except cuttings in the case of stowaway pests. First time it was 2 spotted mites. Second time it was PM. Finally i took this last cut and it was Broad mites. Maybe I'll learn after this...

So I started with neem oil and bronner's lavender soap. It was working okay it kept them down and may have eradicated them if I stuck with it. Instead I tried a vinegar solution diluted 6:1. The original recipe was 4:1. I thought it was safe. Well it is, just not after a neem oil treatment 2 days prior. The plants should have 2 weeks for the oil to break down before anything else is sprayed. Vinegar or sulfur , idk if the same is true for Isopropyl solutions?

So here is the arbor atm...I was just getting the bleach water bucket ready to stuff all the ill biomass in. I'm chopping everything, cleaning and starting another 60 beans. 3 different types...I'm thinking 20ct Blue Sunshine and/or Peach hashplant, 20ct BT #28 x Kashmir #5 and I cant make up my mind on the last 20ct. Maybe the Noodle cross...Noodle/Gogi f3 x Black Triangle.

This should put it in perspective...cheers!
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I might be wrong but i think we have a ringer!
 

Kind024

In Bloom
A little off topic...medicine cookies. My daughter is visiting and wanted to experience some happy bakery. We ate a half of one each. It got very colorful about an hour later. Some of the most active edibles I've had. It made the clearing of the room much less painful.
Please munch responsibly...
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