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  1. Beautiful, it must be very soft too; might have to try bamboo (I do dye-work/surface design not weave, although I always wanted to learn).

  2. If it really is a pH problem there's also the pH Test Kits, pH Up and/or pH Down that can be bought online, in pet stores or hydroponics stores. Are all your dyes/auxiliary chemicals fresh?

  3. I'm growing in Bronx NY USA, and my advice is keep a grow diary so you know what worked or didn't and where you went wrong or what worked well. Try different substrates, containers and growing methods and if you're growing for medication, be realistic on any physical limitations you may have and find someone to help you if need be. Buy good beans from good people and most of all have fun. Good luck everyone and Seasons Greetings.πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸŽ„ Thank you Mars Hydro for doing these contests.

  4. When you say reverse dye it, should I use bleach or OWB or will the black dye do just fine on top of the color?

  5. Out White Brite. It's a clothing whitener/brightener that can be used to remove color. If you cover the cotton with the dry powder and then pour boiling hot water over it, the color will disappear almost immediately. A lot quicker than bleach and much safer. Actually owb doesn't damage the fabric at all. It's completely safe. Bleach can really damage fabric if you don't know how to use it correctly. I haven't found much use for owb bc it's hard to isolate. And I've had trouble with it removing certain colors or projects like yours, that are freshly dyed. It removes a lot of color, but sometimes just changes some colors and lightens others. I find it unpredictable, but I also don't have a whole lot of experience with it and theres not much on the internet about it. Bleach/water is reliable for me, it can be thickened and applied where needed. To stop the reaction, soak it in hydrogen peroxide/water. That saves the fabric from being damage. If you need some YouTube links just lmk, I gotcha!

  6. It’s in the lighting. Cannabis photography is a bitch without proper lighting. Your camera phone is very capable of getting the images if you can find a way to light it properly. Try to diffuse the light coming off your flash. Shoot the nugs in the dark and illuminate the flowers. The flower icon in your camera is macro. That setting will allow you to get real close and get the shots. I’ve been shooting cannabis for years. Having nice even light diffusion was a game changer

  7. Ooo baby! This would really up my ghetto grow in the Bronx USA, love your products.

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  9. Love my SP3000 Bronx, NYπŸπŸ‚ Happy Harvest and Good Luck Growmies.

  10. Did you see if they announced the winner?

  11. I didn't know Sonic had jello flavors, by golly you live and you learn. Wish my local supermarket had Jolly Rancher Jello (I can buy them online I know but it would be nice to grab some off the shelf).

  12. The video really helped explain this concept, but all in all I fully applaud the idea!

  13. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my SP3000 that I won on this sub, it was a lifesaver and a game changer. Your girlz are lovely!

  14. Every time I used additional nutes and FFOF I got tip burn, it's supposed to be good for a few weeks. I'd go real easy on it and see how the plants tolerate it.

  15. That’s kind of why I was asking, everything online indicates that FFOF is pretty nutrient packed. That said, the soil it was initially planted in is different and probably could use a slight boost. I’m gonna start slow and do 2/3 dose to see how it goes.

  16. Plus, a lot of growers use a combo of ffof and ffhf; that worked better for me than straight up ffof, but I have a real ghetto grow, no pH pens or expensive nutes. My best success yield wise was using 3 gallon grow bags, canna liquid nutrients for coco and Canna Coco Professional blend, the yields were huge and nowhere near my soil grows. I'm going back to that in 2023 and may buy a small Flora Flex system. It's not worth it for me growing in soil, the Con Ed bills I get just aren't worth it. But hey, you live and learn; I've only been growing about 1 1/2 years.

  17. Great info thank you. I love Coco for Cannabis, it's a very informative site.

  18. I would check out the dosage calculator on Emily Kyle's site; it's hard to make recommendations with no point of reference to the amount of weed you have to work with and in what form you have to work with it in (decarbed weed, FECO ...). I'd use at least an ounce and make FECO with it using Everclear (buy a 750 for $80 from Caskers) and evaporating off the alcohol then add FECO to you recipe last but if you can buy FECO then you can eliminate that step. You can also use glycerine instead of Everclear if you don't want to work with grain alcohol BUT I never worked with it, I think there's information on Emily's site about it.

  19. Thank you! 😊 what are your favorites?

  20. You're welcome. I collect snowflakes (mostly Martha Stewart's).

  21. Well done!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» They remind me of French Mint Bars from Lilac Chocolate.πŸ«πŸ˜‹

  22. I do. I like making Gelli Prints with them. I love what you do with your leaves.

  23. Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur is practically made to be mixed with oranges to some extent.

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