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Printed From: Sensi Seeds Shop
Category: Sensi Seeds
Forum Name: Harvest and Beyond
Forum Discription: Judging ripeness, when to harvest, drying and curing - the final, vital steps!
Printed Date: 21 November 2019 at 13:27

Topic: heads gone
Posted By: Gills
Subject: heads gone
Date Posted: 30 June 2007 at 04:13
sorry about that outburst earlyer.. very very very very stoned once again ... what i was ment to ask was how long do u flower 4 before u flush ta plant out... im a bit aof a dick ta nite..   

Posted By: holistic
Date Posted: 30 June 2007 at 05:17
oh man your high come back tmoro when it makes sense :) if your growing in soil you flush only at the very end to rid soil of any nutis left or if you acdently overfeed them my Advanced Grower friend...

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Posted By: farmer mick
Date Posted: 30 June 2007 at 13:58
Okay I definitely missed something... Was that "outburst" aimed at me?

Posted By: Gills
Date Posted: 02 July 2007 at 23:18
   no no farmer mick ,what i said was have long do i flower 4.....rather than askin how long do i flower 4 before i flush!!! the plants out.....sorry 4 any cofussion....just out with my plants tonite its not just a week in 2 flowerin and both or ladys ,they r showin nicely allready my messed up plant has split at the top now in to 2 crowns, but has stayed quite small but very fat!!!!!! the other has grown near 9cm in less than a week and is fattin out nice also it makes the other look tiny!!! keepin snaps and i will post them when i work out how 2........

im just about to melt in to my seat now with a big fat biffta,,, keep them rollin..


Posted By: farmer mick
Date Posted: 02 July 2007 at 23:29
No worries Gills... I was wondering why Holistic why falling off his sofa laughing in the other post. Anyway, like the man himself said, you only need to flush if you overfed them. Otherwise, just give them plain water for the last 5-7 days before harvest.
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