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Grey Fox
#1701 Posted : 12/6/2020 6:48:29 AM

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16wks female Moroccan cannabis sativa. Cool


Beautiful!
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Cognitive Heart
#1702 Posted : 12/6/2020 7:42:53 PM

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Cognitive Heart wrote:
16wks female Moroccan cannabis sativa. Cool


Beautiful!


Thank you, Foxy. Pleased That's a lovely cacti you got there!

Here are my indoor Syrian rues, should see some flowering in the new year. Who ever said Peganum harmala is 'impossible' to grow? Big grin
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#1703 Posted : 12/7/2020 10:49:25 PM

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Who ever said Peganum harmala is 'impossible' to grow? Big grin


A lot of people on these forums did! Now I'm seeing both yours and Kumarjiva's harmala plants flourish and saying it's completely possible to grow really makes me aggravated and quite frankly $%~# off that I actually listened to these nay sayers and never got around to growing it. I'm definitely gonna give it a shot come spring, the hell with these debby downers!

Mad

FWIW these 'nay sayers' also said the same thing about being able to grow Mimosa hostilis in the UK, but I beg to differ, it was thriving in the UK even until late November just sitting on the window. It did die after 4 months from seed but not because of humidity, altitude or cold people like to suggest but damn godforsaken spidermites!
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#1704 Posted : 12/8/2020 1:23:16 AM

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A lot of people on these forums did! Now I'm seeing both yours and Kumarjiva's harmala plants flourish and saying it's completely possible to grow really makes me aggravated and quite frankly $%~# off that I actually listened to these nay sayers and never got around to growing it. I'm definitely gonna give it a shot come spring, the hell with these debby downers!


That's the spirit! Pleased Keep up the great work.

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#1705 Posted : 12/9/2020 7:17:42 PM

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Cognitive Heart wrote:
Grey Fox wrote:
Cognitive Heart wrote:
16wks female Moroccan cannabis sativa. Cool


Beautiful!


Thank you, Foxy. Pleased That's a lovely cacti you got there!

Here are my indoor Syrian rues, should see some flowering in the new year. Who ever said Peganum harmala is 'impossible' to grow? Big grin

So nice. How do you do it? I've had plenty of success getting seedlings, but they always die off while developing the first true leaf.Crying or very sad
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#1706 Posted : 12/9/2020 10:50:55 PM

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I've had plenty of success getting seedlings, but they always die off while developing the first true leaf.Crying or very sad

I have a small plant (from a seed sown this season), it was doing well until around November when it cold and dark and the leaves turned brown.
Should I withhold watering until the spring?
 
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#1707 Posted : 12/9/2020 11:01:51 PM

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So nice. How do you do it? I've had plenty of success getting seedlings, but they always die off while developing the first true leaf.Crying or very sad


Hmm, my spider senses tell me I should create a new thread for growing rue. Smile Your experience is not uncommon, either. A handful of Nexians have told me directly their babies died during the germination period, as well.
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#1708 Posted : 12/10/2020 4:15:12 PM

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So nice. How do you do it? I've had plenty of success getting seedlings, but they always die off while developing the first true leaf.Crying or very sad


Hmm, my spider senses tell me I should create a new thread for growing rue. Smile Your experience is not uncommon, either. A handful of Nexians have told me directly their babies died during the germination period, as well.

Please, please do! It's this, or growing a caapi vine up my staircase (maybe both - hmm...)
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#1709 Posted : 12/10/2020 11:42:44 PM

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please, please do! It's this, or growing a caapi vine up my staircase (maybe both - hmm...)


I'm on it! Thumbs up Might take some time but it will be well worth it, my friend. Cool
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#1710 Posted : 12/20/2020 1:32:56 PM
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#1711 Posted : 12/22/2020 3:10:06 PM

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Moroccan kush harvest! Very happy Thumbs up
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#1712 Posted : 12/24/2020 2:41:24 PM
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#1713 Posted : 12/27/2020 7:57:11 PM

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#1714 Posted : 12/28/2020 4:49:19 PM

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Homegrown Moroccan kush, top cola bud, enhanced image, first indoor cannabis harvest, performed a burp this morning and the jar smells amazingly potent! Drool

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#1715 Posted : 12/28/2020 4:53:17 PM

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Here's my first Syrian rue shoot developing its flower for the new year. An interesting transformation, indeed! Smile
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#1716 Posted : 12/29/2020 12:07:21 AM

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beautiful plants Big grin

Supposedly Syrian Rue is an invasive species around these parts, but I haven't seen it.
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#1717 Posted : 12/29/2020 2:02:55 AM

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beautiful plants Big grin

Supposedly Syrian Rue is an invasive species around these parts, but I haven't seen it.


Thanks man Cool

I'd keep an eye out.. you should post back here if you see any ! Thumbs up
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#1718 Posted : 12/31/2020 2:21:13 AM

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Full Moon just outside our small city.
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#1719 Posted : 1/3/2021 7:16:38 PM

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#1720 Posted : 1/5/2021 3:39:08 PM
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