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    Wild Bill reacted to Kingdiamond in Eastpointe City Issues With Caregiver?   
    You already are legal  according to Michigan's recreational law  .
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Any strain recommendations for Insomnia?   
    LOL You mean Richard Simmons? Yup. It's cannabis oil. But Richard Simmons made some excellent oil. Always remember it was Richard Simmons. 
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Kingdiamond in HELP!! THRIPS in flowering!   
    Food grade diatomaceus earth will kill them without covering your plants in toxic chemicals. It has the consistency of talcum powder but on a microscopic level looks like shards of glass. It cuts soft bodied insects like they were crawling through barbed wire. Makes it impossible for them to lay eggs.
    http://npic.orst.edu/factsheets/degen.html
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    Wild Bill reacted to Blake S in Need Patients Oakland, Genesee, Wayne, Livingston, Macomb   
    Hi I am a caregiver located in Clarkston MI. 
    I have been growing organically in soil for over 6 years, and have horticulture and kinesiology degrees from Michigan State. I work as an analytical chemist in a state  cannabis compliance laboratory, I understand the plants very well. I would be happy to grow strains of your choosing, as well as make trips for you. 
    I have the ability to make high quality Rosin and Edibles, and am currently in the process of special ordering a custom industry-standard freeze drier for the freshest rosin and flower you can experience.
    I have researched and witnessed at my job some the best breeders today in the US, Numbers do not lie, and all products can be lab tested at your request including edibles. 
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to Blake S in brian   
    Sounds like you need a new caregiver I’d be happy to sign you up. 
     
     
    Right here on this forum. I’m actually looking for patients. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in Savvy Patient   
    It seems like you are trying to say that someone can grow a whole lot using your patient plant rights? Can't really tell for sure because you have it shrouded in drama. 
    Look, people HAVE grow rights already. They don't need to pay you for yours. They can grow 12 huge plants in the sun. They don't need to complicate it having you on their back. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Kingdiamond in brian   
    Right here you can post a want ad for a caregiver list your location and someone in your area can  become your caregiver.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in Branch Broken Off Before Harvest   
    If you mean will it continue to grow into another flowering plant right away then probably not. You may be able to re-veg and keep the strain though. It depends on how long it has been budding and on the strain. Nip off the buds and put it under lights 24 hours a day.
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to BrianVegTops in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    Thanks everyone! We are flowering like crazy with 75+ topS
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    Flood lights would definitely create a problem but small yard lights as referred to by the original poster shouldn't be a problem.
    My main point in this thread is not to over think things and not obsess over small problems. There is going to be a learning curve like anything else but from the pictures the plant is doing great. 
    I've had outdoor grows that didn't start to flower until September and turned out just fine.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    I wouldn't worry. Some strains take longer than others. I'm partial to sativas and some of them have real long cycles. Nor would I worry too much about light exposure. If you have bright lights shining on them all night it might create a problem but incidental light is generally OK. Unless you are growing a strain that comes from a world with no moon.
    As far as time left you should be OK. I've found that the biggest drawback to growing outside is mold. When the fall rains come and the sun doesn't dry the buds out they tend to mold many times.
    Since you're growing in pots you can always take them indoors if you expect a killing frost. I've harvested plants with snow on them in the past and they turned out good.
    You can force bloom by covering the plant so it gets no more than 12 hours of sunlight but I would just let nature take it's course.
    In my experience the hardest thing for beginners is not harvesting too early. Newbies frequently jump the gun and chop before the buds are ready. Relax! Nature has been handling things for quite a while now and knows what's best.
    Plus if there is someone growing nearby you may find she has some seeds provided by pollination. You might end up with your very own hybrid.
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    The genetics he has also points to a late flowering cannabis strain. The best strains are like that. The weaker ones bud earlier.  The plants I have outdoors that share some of the genetics with his plant are just starting to bud. 
    This has been the best year for growing outdoors I can remember as long as you have a water source because we are in a second drought right now.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from blackhorse in brian   
    Get a new caregiver and tell all your friends what this bozo is selling. He needs to get out of the business before he makes someone sick.
    https://www.edrosenthal.com/the-guru-of-ganja-blog/the-dangers-of-microbial-contaminants-in-cannabis-and-how-to-prevent-mold-and-mildew
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in brian   
    Fire them and find a new source. Make sure to let LARA know you want them unconnected to you through the registry. You don't want to be affiliated with them anymore in case they get in trouble. 
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    Wild Bill reacted to Restorium2 in A Fair Price For Cannabutter?   
    This video will give you an idea of how you winterize filter;
     
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    Wild Bill reacted to rambozo420 in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    BrianVegsTops
    Hey nice looking plant. You do the stem rub she put some Stank on it? I hope so Your doing fine Bro LST is a good technique. Every seed is an Individual and capable of showing recent parentage to 2000 years ago. Yeah I give props to Breeders but this plant has been harvested by man for a long time. HOPE SHES A KEEPER!!
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Kingdiamond in McDonald upsets Prosecutor Jessica Cooper   
    Oakland County drug warrior Jessica Cooper has been defeated in the Democratic Primary. This comes as welcome news to those of us who have been subjected to her vindictive treatment of cannabis patients. Jessica, we voted you out "for the children".
    McDonald upsets incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper
    Bill Laitner, Detroit Free Press Published 12:34 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020 | Updated 2:44 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020   With  83% of precincts reporting, former Oakland County Circuit Judge Karen McDonald was headed toward an upset win in Tuesday’s Democratic primary election for Oakland County prosecutor. 
    McDonald tallied 111,675 votes, for a dominant 66.0% of those tallied, to 57,457 votes or 33.9% for incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper, who has served more than 11 years in the post and was Oakland’s first Democratic prosecutor in 40 years. 
    The winner will face Republican attorney Lin Goetz, who was unopposed for her party's nomination.  With Oakland County expected to lean decidedly blue in November’s general election, McDonald is likely to be the next Oakland County prosecutor.
     
    https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/oakland/2020/08/05/mcdonald-beats-incumbent-jessica-cooper-oakland-prosecutor/3296807001/?fbclid=IwAR2RHsMa0Us3vnyvrvGamtSqVEKpyWquOmaLvVVp4XAEWmBqW-ow9Mep0vo
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Restorium2 in McDonald upsets Prosecutor Jessica Cooper   
    Oakland County drug warrior Jessica Cooper has been defeated in the Democratic Primary. This comes as welcome news to those of us who have been subjected to her vindictive treatment of cannabis patients. Jessica, we voted you out "for the children".
    McDonald upsets incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper
    Bill Laitner, Detroit Free Press Published 12:34 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020 | Updated 2:44 a.m. ET Aug. 5, 2020   With  83% of precincts reporting, former Oakland County Circuit Judge Karen McDonald was headed toward an upset win in Tuesday’s Democratic primary election for Oakland County prosecutor. 
    McDonald tallied 111,675 votes, for a dominant 66.0% of those tallied, to 57,457 votes or 33.9% for incumbent Prosecutor Jessica Cooper, who has served more than 11 years in the post and was Oakland’s first Democratic prosecutor in 40 years. 
    The winner will face Republican attorney Lin Goetz, who was unopposed for her party's nomination.  With Oakland County expected to lean decidedly blue in November’s general election, McDonald is likely to be the next Oakland County prosecutor.
     
    https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/oakland/2020/08/05/mcdonald-beats-incumbent-jessica-cooper-oakland-prosecutor/3296807001/?fbclid=IwAR2RHsMa0Us3vnyvrvGamtSqVEKpyWquOmaLvVVp4XAEWmBqW-ow9Mep0vo
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    Wild Bill reacted to glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    Ok, I'm done. Live in your box. But one last thing. You said this
    But, most of the " originals" were ACCIDENTAL bag seed, so there was NO purpose. They were happy accidents!
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    The whole point of selective breeding is to bring out the characteristics that the breeder likes in a strain. You presume to know what is in the mind of a breeder. You say the new strains are all for greater yield but that isn't true. Many of the new strains are bred to increase potency. 
    If you crossbreed two heavy hitters you are likely to get a new strain of heavy hitter. Sometimes stronger than the originals.
    For any trait you can think of whether it's high CBD, high THC, short plants, bushy plants or plants with attractive colors or aroma there is someone looking to bring that trait out in a particular strain.
    The enjoyment of any particular strain is dependent on the person consuming it.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from BrianVegTops in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    The whole point of selective breeding is to bring out the characteristics that the breeder likes in a strain. You presume to know what is in the mind of a breeder. You say the new strains are all for greater yield but that isn't true. Many of the new strains are bred to increase potency. 
    If you crossbreed two heavy hitters you are likely to get a new strain of heavy hitter. Sometimes stronger than the originals.
    For any trait you can think of whether it's high CBD, high THC, short plants, bushy plants or plants with attractive colors or aroma there is someone looking to bring that trait out in a particular strain.
    The enjoyment of any particular strain is dependent on the person consuming it.
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    Wild Bill reacted to glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
    Everyone has their preference, you and your people clearly have theirs. I will agree to disagree. There are plenty of modern crosses, that are just as tasty and at least as potent as the "originals". That is my opinion, based on my experience. Yours seems to be that nothing beats the "originals", and that's just fine.
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    Wild Bill got a reaction from Kingdiamond in Flowering starting on this clone?   
    Not really flowering but it is showing it's sex. Those are pistils and are female pre-flowers.

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    Wild Bill reacted to Kingdiamond in Can you buy medical or rec marijuana online?   
    Not sure it is legal  to do in Michigan  especially if its crossing state lines?
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    Wild Bill reacted to glued gorilla in 1st Time Grower / 1 Lady in Veg   
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    To each their own. The originals are great, but there is more out there. I refuse to live in a box!   Variety is the spice of life.
    I have an original Diesel cut, and access to SFV, Ghost, and Tahoe OG cuts. Diesel and Tahoe are great and throw down weight as good as any! I still need variety. Also, having smoked many "Originals", there are plenty equal to the them.  There are unique flavor profiles in many of the originals that are hard to find in other strains, and if you are in love with that exact flavor. You may not like anything else. It does not mean, nothing else is good. I prefer sweeter strains with a bit of gas, and ice cream is probably my favorite for that. GG4 kicks my donkey, but it's flavor is not my preference, but I have a patient that will smoke nothing else.
    It is fair to say that for you, nothing beats the old School OG cuts! But, the same is not true for everyone, and it is unfair to say that none of the modern crosses are any good!
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