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ommon grow time is 3 to
4 months. All this is dependent on the strain that you choose. Pure
Sativa can run anywhere into the 6 - 9 month bracket. Indica can
flower in 6 weeks. As you can image a Sativa/Indica plant will fall into
the 2 - 4 month flowering period.
Figure 2.17 - Seeded bud picture by Shecky Greene.
Figure 2.18 - Great bushy plant picture by X3n0.
What is propagation?
Propagation: 1 The action of breeding or multiplying by natural
processes; procreation, generation, reproduction. 2 The action of
spreading an idea, practice, etc., from place to place. 3 Increase in
amount or extent; enlargement; extension in space or time.
Propagation is 'The Grow'. However most people treat
propagation as the actual events occurring between the planting of the
seed and the transplant of that seedling to the main grow environment.
Here we will treat propagation as the entire process of growing from
seed to harvest. Propagation also includes the logistics of the grow.
So what are you going to do? Are you going to buy a batch of
10 seeds and grow them all in one go? Are you going to then kill the
males and just smoke the females? Are you going to keep the males
and produce more seeds from the females? How many seeds can a
female plant produce? Should I plant my 10 seeds in one go? What
should I do to guarantee that all my seeds will grow? These are the
questions that you should be asking before you begin to grow and this
is where propagation logistics comes into play. The answers depend
largely on the size of your grow area and what your budget is.
Let’s say we have about $200/£180 to spend on seeds. We can
buy an expensive strain like a G13 cross and then we can grow the
G13 and produce more seeds from it. We can get anything between
100 and 2000 seeds depending on plant size and grow conditions. If
we grow this season for 4 months and at the end produce a lot of seeds
then we may never need to buy seeds for this strain again.
There is something else we can do called - CLONING.
Figure 3.1 - Here are some clones by Slowhand.
This is a technique whereby we can grow a number of plants
and select a good female. Then we can take cuttings from that female
mother plant and grow these cuttings into new plants. Clones always
keep the same sex and vigor of the mother plant. It is also possible to
create a garden of plants that will last for decades through cloning
from a single female mother plant. Cloning is discussed in detail in a
For the new grower it is advised that you buy 10 seeds and
only germinate 3 the first time followed by another 3 the following
week followed by the last 4 in two weeks after that. This will allow you
some degree of experimentation as you may fail on your first attempt
to germinate the seeds because of lack of any previous cannabis
For people who have germinated seeds once before in the
past, it is advised th
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Ended up with 1 Sage, 2 GWS, 2 Cinder, 1 blueberry, and 2 Roms. Actually, I thought I had 3 Roms, but one
had "sexual problems". No big deal. Watch your Roms--and look for females with prolific pre-flowering. Also,
keep in mind that I like to veg for a long time--2 months min. This time I let them go 72 days. Actually, I
wouldn't have done it if I didn't have those pH/slow growing problems--but everything worked out in the end.
Each plant yielded 1-2 oz. each. Not bad for a tiny closet. Hell, that's enough to set me up for MONTHS!
of the government warned the populace of the menace of
Traveling; but still more and more citizens traveled.
Great outcries arose from the good citizens for something to be done. Some cried out that Traveling to
Muggles was a menace that was sapping the strength of the Kingdom. Others cried out that those who
traveled were sick in their minds and should be helped, whether they wanted help or not. Some, who
claimed to be Travelers, raised their voices and said it was a good thing to travel to the land of Muggles.
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Some said it was not the King's business whether a citizen traveled to Muggles or not.
In the midst of the Confusion and Outcry, some thoughtful citizens asked, "What say our Scholars?
What can we make of this Traveling? How can we understand those who say it is Good and those who
say it is Bad? How can we wisely spend the Kingdom's gold to Do Something when we are confused as
to what is happening?"
The Scholars looked at their books and their papers, and quarreled among themselves. Some books
said that Traveling to Muggles was Bad, and the Doctors wrote of sick people they had treated who had
been to Muggles at one time or another. Some books said that it was Good, Ineffable, Beautiful, and the
Ultimate Truth. Some books about Traveling to Muggles, written by citizens who had been there once or
twice, were clearly Confused. Other books were clearly written by crazy people. Artists wrote of the
paintings of Muggles. Philosophers wrote of the sublime philosophy of Muggles, but did not mention the
paintings. Religious people wrote of the teachings of Muggles, but did not mention the paintings. What
could one make of this? Perhaps the Crazies were mainly writing about craziness, the Philosophers
mainly about philosophy, the Religious about teachings, and no one was saying much about Muggles at
As the outcry of the citizens rose higher, the King's Ministers dispensed gold to the Scholars, and
commanded them to find out the Real Truth about Traveling to Muggles.
Now as any man knows, there are Scholars and Scholars. Some did one thing with their gold, others
did other things.
The school of Scholars most in power at that time was known as the Externalist School. They knew
that men may lie, and so reasoned that what a man says is of little importance, but what he does is Hard
Data The means of Traveling to Muggles was to immerse oneself in the Foggy River. As "swimming"
was unknown in the Kingdom, this seemed an insane act that might lead to drowning; but the Scholars
of the Externalist School set out to study it in their Laboratories. Skilled Craftsmen constructed large
tanks, which were filled with water from the Foggy River. Ordinary citizens (those who claimed to have
traveled to Muggles were considered too biased to use) were held under the water for various times and
their behavior observed. Short immersions had little effect, but longer immersio