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  1. 3 points
    What you do is start small and as the roots fill the container move up in size. For example; 1.Solo cup. 2.Bottom of gallon milk jug. 3. 2 gallon pot. 4. 5 gallon pot. 5. 20 gallon container.
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    glued gorilla

    Pro Mix

    Yes, there is loads of food in ocean, there is none in pro mix. You will need to feed from the start.
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    The thing that has worked for me in getting rid of mites is simply rinsing them off with cold water. If the plant is small enough submerse it entirely in cold water for a few seconds. The water won't hurt the plants at all and the mites will float right off. Larger plants can be put in the shower and rinsed with a hand held shower head. Rinse them off with a spray of cold water paying particular attention to the undersides of the leaves. Do this every two days until the mites are gone. They may not all rinse off right away but even if a few manage to stick their reproductive cycles are disrupted. By doing it every two days you ensure that any eggs that may have hatched since the last rinse will not have time to grow. Easy, cheap and best if all no harmful chemicals.
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    What type of lights and environment will these be in?
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    I have never found the need to go beyond 5 gallon pots because the bigger the pot the bigger the plant will grow and being an inside grower I only have so much space between the floor and the hood.
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    Hey! Did you know that most of the time, since 2008 and before, Michigan police and prosecutors have been failing to accuse people of a crime on the face of the complaint/information when it comes to marijuana charges? https://youtube.com/watch?v=qQuWpEWCLL8 Here, Timothy J Kelly, a judge for the 74th District Court in Bay City, Michigan told me at my arraignment that he was not aware that the "complaint" was supposed to have an accusation of criminal conduct that I was alleged to have violated. Instead of doing the only thing he was empowered to do, dismiss the case against me, he instead ordered me to jail without bail. If you have been charged on a complaint that reads as follows: "contrary to MCL; 333.7401(2)(d)(i), (ii) or (iii)" Your complaint fails on it's face to accuse you of a crime which allows a county prosecutor to prosecute you without ever accusing you of a crime which relieves him/her of the duty and burden of proving the elements of a crime to the jury. The courts are supposed to catch this error because in cases like this where the court lacks the required subject-matter jurisdiction the only thing the court can do is dismiss the case against you. They are without power/authority to do anything but dismiss the case. Every time a complaint is written in this manner the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction to try or hear your case and every case heard where the charges were not specified in violation of Michigan Court Rule 6.101, Michigan law, and the Michigan and Federal Constitution(s) are void from the beginning. Dig out your complaint and Information documents (1 or 2 pages) and get these documents to me if they are written like the example above. Michigan prosecutors in all 83 counties began a statewide effort to change the language in the complaint and Information templates used all over the state and could not decide how to charge people after the MMMA was enacted in 2008 so they left it blank and used the incomplete template to charge people without specifying the crime that the person was to be charged with. This is NOT a mere technicality but rather a constitutional violation that leaves the court in perpetual want of jurisdiction over the subject-matter. If your lawyer didn't find this issue on your charging documents it is because he didn't want to find it. The difference to a lawyer is in his resulting bill for your defense. If he found and addressed this issue his bill to you would be between $150.00 and $300.00 where defending you on the other issues (Sec. 4 or Sec 8 of the MMMA) he could bill you in the tens of thousands. Additionally, Michigan lawyers are not allowed by the courts to defend you using this information as it perfectly demonstrates the appearance of impropriety on behalf of the courts themselves as they are and have been without power to try these cases. To hide this issue from the defendant, the prosecutor fails to show you (serve upon you) the complaint prior to your arraignment. (Also a notice defect that equally nullifies the proceedings against you) Everyone that has been prosecuted in this manner is a class member in one of the largest class action suits against the state of Michigan. Email a scanned image of your complaint and information to the Michigan Justice League at: MIJusticeLeague@gmail.com. Even if you plead guilty to the charges the court lacked the required subject-matter jurisdiction and your charges will be vacated. Encourage everyone you know that has been charged for marihuana to forward their complaints to the Michigan Justice League as soon as possible. Peace and may God bless us all!
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    20 gal might be a bit of overkill, how long do you want to veg, and how big of plants do you plan on growing? I grow in 7gal, veg 2months and yeild 8-10oz+. I start In solos, up to 1gal, then up pot to 7gal. when it has good roots and drinking regularly. I would not reccomended a 20gal unless you are going for a 4month veg.
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    Restorium2

    PROBLEM WITH THIS WEB SITE

    This site is not secure This might mean that someone’s trying to fool you or steal any info you send to the server. You should close this site immediately.
  9. 1 point
    Wild Bill

    PROBLEM WITH THIS WEB SITE

    It's just an expired SSL certificate. https://www.venafi.com/education-center/ssl/fix-expired-certificates
  10. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Any of you know about this?

    For outdoors. That would work. Right now the sun is beating down on any exposed ground and drying it up. If you have water close then it doesn't matter and actually gives to a chance to add water and nutes as often as you want to. However, if a watering source is difficult to use at a location the mulch would help. With my cannabis plants, they are big enough already to shade the ground beneath them and there's no need for ground cover. My pepper plants have plenty of exposed ground around them and they are drying out almost every day. They could use something to keep the moisture in the ground from evaporating.
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    rock49911

    Any of you know about this?

    How about this? Applying a thin layer of some kind of mulch around the plant to control moisture?
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    Restorium2

    Pro Mix

    There are two types of Pro Mix, HP and BX. BX has more vermiculite so you don't have to water as often.
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    I've used ice cold water in a spray bottle during flowering to get rid of spider mites. Luckily, been a couple years since had the spider mites in grow. Quarantine all new plants for two weeks.
  14. 1 point
    Caregiver looking for patient in the Auburn/Midland/Bay area. Have been a caregiver for many years. All plants grown without pesticides hydroponically. Just message through here and I will respond as quickly as possible
  15. 1 point
    The problem starts with these bad judges that folks voted for like Tim Kelly. They are all over the state. People confuse 'conservative' with meanness and ignorance. It's a symptom of blind haltered. A real conservative would have wanted to see actual activities to decide whether our hard earned tax dollars should be spent on any case. Their incompetence is costing our country dearly. It's the same type of hatred that is aimed at cannabis users as what is aimed at black people. We have known since we were very young that it's only a matter of time until that hate gun is pointed at you.
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    What type of lights and environment will these be in?
  17. 1 point
    jalucas143

    Seeking Help/Legal Advice

    Hi, my name is Jane. I've been a member of MMMA from the onset. Recently, my son Ethan, who is 19, was driving home to Kalamazoo, MI from Northern Michigan University after it was announced that school was postponed in mid-March. On his way home he was pulled over by police. He has a medical marijuana card, but didn't have any marijuana in his possession. He was given a roadside sobriety test and was taken to the nearest hospital for a blood test. Then he was taken to jail for the night. He has been charged with a OWI and his court date is June 9. According to my son, he was not read his miranda rights, and he was not under the influence when he was pulled over. A friend suggested that I reach out to this group as this may be a familiar situation, and help may be available. Ethan has a court-appointed attorney, but he googled him, and apparently the attorney and the arresting officer are connected socially. I'm not sure how to support my son through this. I don't want a small thing to turn into something that limits his options as he progresses through life. Also, he made the Dean's List both semesters his Freshman year. Thank you.
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    Massachusetts DOPH published an in depth report about medical marijuana patients. The findings and information in the report are useful for petitioning new qualifying conditions and educating physicians. Similar to the Minnesota DOH reports. https://www.mass.gov/report/massachusetts-department-of-public-health-marijuana-research REPORT Report Massachusetts Department of Public Health Marijuana Research ORGANIZATION: Department of Public Health DATE PUBLISHED: July 9, 2019 The Marijuana Baseline Health Study (MBHS) A legislative mandate required the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) to conduct a baseline study to investigate three topics: Patterns of use, methods of consumption, and general perceptions of marijuana Incidents of impaired driving and hospitalization related to marijuana use; and Economic and fiscal impacts for state and local governments This study, referred to as the Marijuana Baseline Health Study (MBHS), was conducted by DPH, under the leadership of the DPH Commissioner, in consultation with the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, and the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. Downloads Open PDF file, 5.37 MB, forMarijuana Based Health Study Final Report (PDF 5.37 MB) Open DOCX file, 4.29 MB, forMarijuana Based Health Study Final Report (Accessible Version) (DOCX 4.29 MB) Good quotes can be found within the report:
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    Some in depth reports published by the Minnesota DOH on its medical marijuana patients. These reports have been used when petitioning for new conditions. https://www.health.state.mn.us/people/cannabis/about/omcreport.html Annual Cohort Reports Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program Annual Cohort Reporting System This collection of reports presents information regarding participants’ experience in the program, organized by annual cohorts of initial patient enrollments. The program became operational July 1, 2015, so the annual cohorts are patients who enrolled for the first time between July 1 of one year and June 30 of the subsequent year. The same analysis results are presented for each annual cohort and for the aggregate of all annual cohorts combined. Because some analyses require multiple months of observation time after a patient’s enrollment, results for a given annual cohort are not added to this reporting system until approximately 18 months after the end of the cohort year. Link to Archived Reports Condition-Specific Reports Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Patients in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program Report Comprehensive report on the experiences of the first five months of PTSD enrollees. Chapters include: Patient/Caregiver/Healthcare Practitioner descriptive information, Medical cannabis use patterns, Benefits, and Adverse side effects. Appendices include verbatim comments from patients and healthcare practitioners on benefits and adverse side effects. Intractable Pain Patients in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program: Experience of Enrollees During the First Five Months Comprehensive report on the experiences of the first five months of intractable pain enrollees. Chapters include: Patient/Caregiver/Healthcare Practitioner descriptive information including patient's primary cause of intractable pain, Medical cannabis use patterns, Benefits including reduction of pain medication, and Adverse side effects. Appendices include verbatim comments from patients and healthcare practitioners on benefits, adverse side effects, and other clinical observations. https://www.health.state.mn.us/people/cannabis/about/archivereport.html Office of Medical Cannabis Archived Reports Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program: Patient Experiences from the First Program Year Comprehensive report drawing on enrollment information, surveys, and patient self-evaluation data completed prior to each medical cannabis purchase. Chapters include: Patient/Caregiver/Healthcare Practitioner descriptive information, Frequency and duration of medical cannabis purchases, Medical cannabis use patters, Benefits, Adverse side effects, Affordability, and Suggestions for improving the program. Extensive appendices include verbatim comments from patients and healthcare practitioners on benefits, adverse side effects, and suggestions for improving the program. Early Survey Results from the Office of Medical Cannabis - May 2016 This report shares results from surveys of patients who enrolled in the program during its first three months and their certifying health care practitioners. A focus of the survey is a rating by the patient of overall benefit and overall negative impact to them from their participation in the program - and parallel assessments by the patient’s certifying health care practitioner. Respondents were also asked to describe the benefits and the negative impacts. Make sure to spend some time reviewing the appendices, where the respondents’ own words are shared.
  20. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    Add bug killer prior to planting?

    No the young ones are not hearty enough to take it .
  21. 1 point
    Just whatever you think is needed to grow super strong, healthy plants. Healthy plants are the best offense
  22. 1 point
    All of those treatments should only be applied topically to the plant, and only should be used to treat a problem that already exists (not prophylactically). Don't treat for fungus if you don't already have fungus. I only apply treatments to my vegetative plants, and never to my flowering plants. You don't need to apply anything to the soil.
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    This is why I try to keep tabs at this site. Does anyone remember the 9&10 news story about the young man selling chocolate and gifting flowers online out of Detroit. What's that follow up story I truly hope a happy one. No B.S. I just wish it could be transferred like a roadside veggie stand it would be the biggest job creation in History and a Dime on time if You ask Me
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    Restorium2

    Possession At A Casino?

    Point of reference: Guy got caught smoking in the parking lot at Soaring Eagle. The Indians called the feds. When the feds saw the patient's card they let him go with a smile. Confirmed with video footage.
  26. 0 points
    Mr. Fool

    Possession At A Casino?

    I am a legal cardholder and was arrested at the Soaring Eagle Casino for marijuana. I had 56 grams (2 oz) and was charged with a felony possession/distribution. They are a "soverign nation"...so basically they can choose what laws to enforce. They decided to disregard state law, and since that property is technically federally granted land, they chose to enforce federal law against me. So to everyone...do NOT bring bud to the soaring eagle. I also got a lifetime ban from the casino. They are not 420 friendly.
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