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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby boneymaroni » Tue Nov 06, 4:53 am

Agreed....and welcome back

I saw Cheech make a 5 gram buy on Pusher Street there in Christiana where the guy behind the table grabbed a plate of hash and bit off a chunk.....plopped it down on the scale and was a perfect 5 grams....spit and all....Moroc finest....took the remnants back to Amsterdam....kinda weird to smuggle hash in that direction

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby FlyByNite » Tue Nov 06, 8:17 am

viking wrote:
Viking - you may remember him - would agree with you and FBN whole heartedly, he is a true hash connoisseur.


Mmmm, wish I was back in Christiania right now, enjoying a toasted tobacco and super super maroc joint.
True maroc is grown and made only in Morocco. It got harder and harder to find in Amsterdam.
Carmona coffeeshop over in de Pijp had passable stock for their Mideastern clientele a few years back, but it
never came close to the lovely, fresh, fragrant stock for sale in Christiania.


Someone that takes their hash seriously.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby Generous_J » Tue Apr 30, 11:11 pm

viking wrote:
Viking - you may remember him - would agree with you and FBN whole heartedly, he is a true hash connoisseur.


Mmmm, wish I was back in Christiania right now, enjoying a toasted tobacco and super super maroc joint.
True maroc is grown and made only in Morocco. It got harder and harder to find in Amsterdam.
Carmona coffeeshop over in de Pijp had passable stock for their Mideastern clientele a few years back, but it
never came close to the lovely, fresh, fragrant stock for sale in Christiania.


My brother got some from Christiana which I sampled during a recent trip to Denkark. It was good, not great. You can definitely get better hash in Amsterdam and Moroccan at that.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby alpha » Sat Jun 22, 5:45 am

Could well be the answer for the Oregonian glut!?
https://merryjane.com/news/oregon-is-no ... xport-weed

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Re: Oregonian glut?

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alpha wrote:Could well be the answer for the Oregonian glut!?
https://merryjane.com/news/oregon-is-no ... xport-weed


"Oregon Is Now the First State That Can Export Weed" The title is a bit misleading since is still in the bill stage. I kinda hope it doesn't pass, I enjoy paying $6-$8 a gram, when I need to purchase. Don't really want to see the prices go back up. There is still a local dispensary asking $18 a gram for one strain.....the canister is always full.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

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moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:Could well be the answer for the Oregonian glut!?
https://merryjane.com/news/oregon-is-no ... xport-weed


"Oregon Is Now the First State That Can Export Weed" The title is a bit misleading since is still in the bill stage. I kinda hope it doesn't pass, I enjoy paying $6-$8 a gram, when I need to purchase. Don't really want to see the prices go back up. There is still a local dispensary asking $18 a gram for one strain.....the canister is always full.


What's the name of this rather extortionate strain? Also, how does someone who grows as much as you do have a 'need to purchase'? I thought i consumed copious amounts of weed, but it's apparent i'm not keeping up with you.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

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alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:Could well be the answer for the Oregonian glut!?
https://merryjane.com/news/oregon-is-no ... xport-weed


"Oregon Is Now the First State That Can Export Weed" The title is a bit misleading since is still in the bill stage. I kinda hope it doesn't pass, I enjoy paying $6-$8 a gram, when I need to purchase. Don't really want to see the prices go back up. There is still a local dispensary asking $18 a gram for one strain.....the canister is always full.


What's the name of this rather extortionate strain? Also, how does someone who grows as much as you do have a 'need to purchase'? I thought i consumed copious amounts of weed, but it's apparent i'm not keeping up with you.


Wedding Cake 31.2% THC. I take a friend there so he can get my medical discount and once in a while I'll buy a gram of something if it smells exceptionally good, more of a want than a need I guess. The spring harvest was my best ever indoors. I still have to finish drying and weigh it up. My summer plants are already 3-4 feet tall and bushy as fuck.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby alpha » Sat Jul 13, 6:04 am

They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.

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alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby alpha » Thu Jul 18, 1:14 am

moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby moe. » Thu Jul 18, 4:33 pm

alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.


I'm using Earth Juice Sea Blast. Instructions say to use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Last feeding was 2.75 tsp. with no signs of burn. Next feeding will be 1 tbs. per gallon. I think I will stop there, even if there are no adverse effects. The plants are monsters!

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby alpha » Fri Jul 19, 6:34 am

moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.


I'm using Earth Juice Sea Blast. Instructions say to use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Last feeding was 2.75 tsp. with no signs of burn. Next feeding will be 1 tbs. per gallon. I think I will stop there, even if there are no adverse effects. The plants are monsters!


You use only Earth Juice's sea blast, not Earth Juices' entire line of nutes, or at the very least their base a and b formula, if i remember correctly? Seem like they might've had three bases for multiple applications? Many moons ago i worked in a hydro store and the owner sold that line for awhile.

Ever tried House and Gardens' line? Relatively expensive Dutch line, that i like specifically because the flush is done with every feeding, rather than losing a feeding every week, or so.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby moe. » Fri Jul 19, 5:42 pm

alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.


I'm using Earth Juice Sea Blast. Instructions say to use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Last feeding was 2.75 tsp. with no signs of burn. Next feeding will be 1 tbs. per gallon. I think I will stop there, even if there are no adverse effects. The plants are monsters!


You use only Earth Juice's sea blast, not Earth Juices' entire line of nutes, or at the very least their base a and b formula, if i remember correctly? Seem like they might've had three bases for multiple applications? Many moons ago i worked in a hydro store and the owner sold that line for awhile.

Ever tried House and Gardens' line? Relatively expensive Dutch line, that i like specifically because the flush is done with every feeding, rather than losing a feeding every week, or so.


The Earth Juice is a dry food, not A & B liquids that you mix together. I also add Cal Mag and Potassium Silicate to strengthen the branches. I haven't seen or heard of the House and Gardens food. I'll look for it when I go to pick up some bloom nutes in a couple of weeks, but I plan to stick with Earth Juice at least to the end of this grow.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

Postby alpha » Mon Jul 22, 7:47 am

moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.


I'm using Earth Juice Sea Blast. Instructions say to use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Last feeding was 2.75 tsp. with no signs of burn. Next feeding will be 1 tbs. per gallon. I think I will stop there, even if there are no adverse effects. The plants are monsters!


You use only Earth Juice's sea blast, not Earth Juices' entire line of nutes, or at the very least their base a and b formula, if i remember correctly? Seem like they might've had three bases for multiple applications? Many moons ago i worked in a hydro store and the owner sold that line for awhile.

Ever tried House and Gardens' line? Relatively expensive Dutch line, that i like specifically because the flush is done with every feeding, rather than losing a feeding every week, or so.


The Earth Juice is a dry food, not A & B liquids that you mix together. I also add Cal Mag and Potassium Silicate to strengthen the branches. I haven't seen or heard of the House and Gardens food. I'll look for it when I go to pick up some bloom nutes in a couple of weeks, but I plan to stick with Earth Juice at least to the end of this grow.


Seems like cal/mag can be added like water in any amount and not cause burn. The house and garden line has no particular cal/mag, tho i'm sure it's likely in their base nutrients, which is an A and a B mixture. Also, i always thought the potassium silicate was more of a way to give the plant strength against disease, at least more so than enlarging and strengthening the branches? House and gardens, like several other brands, employs an amino treatment, or aide. It is added one week after seed sprouting, or immediately on clones and used until the plant begins the bloom period, by that time the stalk is very fat and so are the branches, negating a need for trellising, or staking them up during bloom. The amino treatment is great and greatly expensive. A house and garden liter goes a long ways, but costs upwards of $200 retail. Not cheap.

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Re: Oregonian glut?

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alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:
moe. wrote:
alpha wrote:They're at it again!

Apparently it grows like kudzu in Oregon.


Mine is going absolutely crazy this year! Granted I got my plants out in mid April so they got a huge head start, but we have been having a somewhat mild summer with temps in the 80s instead of the 90s. The plants seem to love it. I've been pushing the nutes too. They are up to 2.5 tsp. per gallon of water and no signs of nute burn. And I just finished my best tent grow ever. I got over 3 oz off of every plant so far. I still need to weigh out the 2 biggest plants.


Which brand do you use for nutes? 2.5 tsps, as opposed to what? They grow like a weed, because they are one and usually nutes can be used to their max.

I really wish i lived in a land where i could grow freely under the sun. However, even when my state comes around to legalizing, they'll likely go the way illinois is right now and forbid home grows, so as to try to enforce everyone to buy from their heavily taxed dispensaries. Reciprocity between states, if it were legal everywhere would be a major bonus. There'd never be a drought again.


I'm using Earth Juice Sea Blast. Instructions say to use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Last feeding was 2.75 tsp. with no signs of burn. Next feeding will be 1 tbs. per gallon. I think I will stop there, even if there are no adverse effects. The plants are monsters!


You use only Earth Juice's sea blast, not Earth Juices' entire line of nutes, or at the very least their base a and b formula, if i remember correctly? Seem like they might've had three bases for multiple applications? Many moons ago i worked in a hydro store and the owner sold that line for awhile.

Ever tried House and Gardens' line? Relatively expensive Dutch line, that i like specifically because the flush is done with every feeding, rather than losing a feeding every week, or so.


The Earth Juice is a dry food, not A & B liquids that you mix together. I also add Cal Mag and Potassium Silicate to strengthen the branches. I haven't seen or heard of the House and Gardens food. I'll look for it when I go to pick up some bloom nutes in a couple of weeks, but I plan to stick with Earth Juice at least to the end of this grow.


Seems like cal/mag can be added like water in any amount and not cause burn. The house and garden line has no particular cal/mag, tho i'm sure it's likely in their base nutrients, which is an A and a B mixture. Also, i always thought the potassium silicate was more of a way to give the plant strength against disease, at least more so than enlarging and strengthening the branches? House and gardens, like several other brands, employs an amino treatment, or aide. It is added one week after seed sprouting, or immediately on clones and used until the plant begins the bloom period, by that time the stalk is very fat and so are the branches, negating a need for trellising, or staking them up during bloom. The amino treatment is great and greatly expensive. A house and garden liter goes a long ways, but costs upwards of $200 retail. Not cheap.


A guy at the local grow shop told me about potassium silicate as a branch strengthener, he really knows his shit so I trust him on it. Last year I didn't start using it until July and I still had some issues. This year they've been getting it since day 1. My branches are all very thick and strong but I still anticipate having to use some stakes towards the end of flowering. I have been removing all the small popcorn bud branches from the inner canopy as I go along as well so all energy goes to the outer buds.


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