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Everything's wonderful

wu wei

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So I don't know about blogs and all that but whatever. 

 

When I asked my PT girl today how much I could possibly shoot for in terms of minimizing lower back torture and living with vigor (JFK lol), she said one day I'd be jogging better than in the last 10 years. She knows I love jogging and she was serious. :dance: And I believe her because this girl knows her stuff and she knows how to turn me back in superman again! lol I'm so glad the semi-worthless(?) neuro spinal surgeons couldn't do anything because these PT peeps are dammmm good! 

 

Off now to get me some seed feminizing supplies. Done had it with males and autos and all that peasant stuff.  

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Alright, I will stand down the stoner militia if your sure....:smileys-passing-joint:we were planning to have pizza anyway, so its all for the best.

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Thanx! :double-thumbs-up-smiley-emotico

 

Stopped off at the hydro-p store and got me some more Happy Frog, Ocean Forest, and 5 gal fabric pots. Forgot to getta bag of Perlite. I'll stop again on the way to work. Getting ready to transplant a buddy's FLOWERING orphan and start a couple newbies. I'm excited about growing again. Tent's been empty for almost a month. 

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Everything's wonderful!

I know that feeling about growing. Just as addictive if not more than smoking it lol

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Growing is very enjoyable. Trimming's the only part I don't like. 

 

Brought my buddy's flowering volunteer home. It somehow survived a nasty-hot, humid, rainy summer. It's spindly but has a nice distribution of buds. They're about the size of the end of a finger. He transplanted it into a 2 gal fabric pot. I normally grow in 5 gal ones from seed to avoid transplanting. At this point in it's life, I doubt the plant is gonna grow much more. So maybe the 2 gallon one is sufficient??? I dunno if its worth stressing it with another transplant or not. Not even sure I'm not going to regret taking up the tent space for such a spindly thing. [now I feel guilty about talking bad about it behind its back]

 

 

 

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I leave it in the pot it is in. Too much stress at this point. Maybe if you talk nice about it, it will do nice for you......rw

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It will do well in that pot. I use 2 gallon fabric pots. If he just recently transplanted,  it actually would work out perfect. The fabric pots work wonders if used to its fullest. It will grow more roots but it won't be root bound at this point. That 2 gal fabric pot is perfect.  I'd recommend putting a saucer underneath for catching runoff, I actually bottom feed a lot with the fabric pots. Works great that way as well. Looks good. 

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Agree, I wouldnt transplant it now either- I was using 7 gall pots indoor but 5 is fine. 

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This plant right here, I grew it in a 2 gallon fabric pot. When it started to make the move from veg to flower, the roots finally started to get rootbound. I had to water twice a day. Flood and drain twice a day, lol my secret to soil-less hydro  :lol: So I transplanted into same pot but cut the root ball in half and cut it down the sides to a small cube and replanted in same pot. I only had to water every other day after that. Its still growing and doing fine. I crop my plants so they don't get to tall, so that's why it looks the way it looks. But yup, I love fabric pots lol20180927_080217.thumb.jpg.7d3af93c406e04470d670111c647dc77.jpg20180927_080224.thumb.jpg.9389bb903e434c3911ee19ea657b7182.jpg

Oh ya, when I transplanted, the roots of the root ball was all centered to the center and not one root was touching or swirling around the pot. The root was one big cube. 

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The two gal just looked so small. But hey, I'm good with leaving it. I'm glad he used a fabric pot. I always use them.

 

I gave it some water and a very light dose of bloom nutes. I gotta check pH next time I use the Fox Farm stuff. Shoulda done it the first time but was pressed for time and only used 20% dose. My water is 6.5 but the nutes probably make it go a little acidic, like my old GH nutes used to do.. 

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I just notice fuller growth above and below soil and thicker stems thicker buds when using fabric pots compared to conventional pots

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5 minutes ago, wu wei said:

Wow, they're pretty! Healthy, too!

Thank you! 

I can't take most of the credit though,  it one of the perks of living in hawaii. I just give it as much sunshine as possible. If you notice, they're on my roof lol..... And I talk nice to my plants :lol: go tell your plant sorry now lol 

 

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This plant is a rescue. She's had a rough life so she's kinda stunted. But I feel sorry for her and her previous owner. Now I gotta take my tent up for several weeks for one scrawny plant. Probably get a half oz off of her while costing me 30 or 40 bucks in electricity. But, I'll probably bond to her as I minister to her needs. Maybe she'll reward me with some quality sour diesel.

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My wife would take me down and leave me at the ASPCA but she knows I'd howl and bite her in the ass. haha!

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How are we ever gonna build a sustainable planetary future with all this idiotic ideological bickering and hatred? Religion and politics are poison! They distort reality, poison history, harm present relationships, and put our future as a species in serious jeopardy.

 

If we'd grow up and stop all this childish "my belief is good and yours is evil" insanity, we may actually be able to cooperate with each other and work towards building a successful planetary civilization like we always think that advanced alien civilizations have done. But, we refuse to understand why our rear view mirrors are small in relation to the size of the windshield.  So we careen thru life with little visibility, battling each other in seeming life and death struggles over every conceivable ideological notion, regardless of how irrational and/or counterproductive they may be. What a waste!

 

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5 hours ago, wu wei said:

How are we ever gonna build a sustainable planetary future with all this idiotic ideological bickering and hatred? Religion and politics are poison! They distort reality, poison history, harm present relationships, and put our future as a species in serious jeopardy.

 

If we'd grow up and stop all this childish "my belief is good and yours is evil" insanity, we may actually be able to cooperate with each other and work towards building a successful planetary civilization like we always think that advanced alien civilizations have done. But, we refuse to understand why our rear view mirrors are small in relation to the size of the windshield.  So we careen thru life with little visibility, battling each other in seeming life and death struggles over every conceivable ideological notion, regardless of how irrational and/or counterproductive they may be. What a waste!

 

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I have the same thought as well. 

 

"Beyond ideas of right doing and wrong doing there is a field. I'll meet you there"~Rumi 

 

Sums it up

 

Bro i got the idea/vibe that you got a vast mind that holds lots of knowledge from reading your posts.  You a writer? You read a lot? I bet burning a doobie with you and talking story would be pretty awesome conversation. 

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I stayed at a Holiday in Express one time and told satan to fuk off when he was making me offers.

 

Doin doobies and talkin shit. My specialty! lol

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That stupid spindly volunteer is such a waste. There probly won't be an oz of bud on the thing. But it's so pathetic I feel sorry for it. But it's taking up room for nothing. Dang it!

 

I'm not nearly stoned enough for phys therapy. Only got 12 minutes and the ride there to get prepped. My pt girl expects no less. lol she dont know my secret of chill ;)

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Mrs Wu tryin to mess with me at the diner this morning before I was properly prepared for annoyances. She musta been nipping at the soy sauce or something. Bet she dont try that again. I decided to act like a 5 year old and not talk to her all morning. I got all kina crude psycho weaponry. Some she know, some don't. Hah! 

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I'm gonna contradict the title of this blog cuz everything is certainly NOT wonderful! Insects are NOT wonderful! Insects suck!

 

I used to be ok with them, with the balance and harmony and all that shit. But no more. Insects can go to hell! And so can any ecologists or birds that have a problem with my perspective! I'm gonna step on the next bug I see! I don't care about your place in life's tapestry, you're fukn history!

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Everything IS wonderful! I normally dont like it when my clothes hide from me. But today, I said Ill play this game. I found my favorite jogging sweatshirt after much searching. It's perfect for 30s. Nice thermodynamic balance so I'm neither hot nor cold., but like the heathen's clothing, pleasantly lukewarm.  lol But my cherished garment wast nowhere to be found. Then, like Sherlock Holmes, I deduced it HAD to be behind my exercise ball. That's because there was no other place on this planet that I hadn't already ruled out. So, I handled this like a boss. :big_boss:

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Stuff is always in last place you look,  if it was in first place you looked you would quit and never be looking in last place.

 

Thats a stoner truth right there...lol

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