To correct a high ph, I will be flushing with 4.0 water. Lemon juice is also very acidic which will lower the ph. After about 1 gallon of 4.0 water the ph starts to drop (note, these are large dunkin donut cups that hold about 4 cups of soil) If you have a large pot, It will take a lot of water to drop the ph to a 6.5-6.8 range. After about 2 gallons of flushing with 4.0 water the ph is down to an acceptable range.

I hope a lot of people who have plant troubles read this, and put it to good use. Feel free to ask questions or mention anything I missed. Not sure if the pics are working, if not let me know please. Here we looked at all the ways we could answer the following question: "What times what equals 47?" To do this, we calculated all possible solutions to this problem: what x what = 47. Note that "what" and "what" in the above problem could be the same number or different numbers. Below is a list of all the different ways that what times what equals 47. What Times What Equals Enter another number below to see what times what equals that number. There is an infinite number of ways to answer "What minus what equals 47?" This page will show you how different integers, decimals, and fractions subtracted from each other will equal 47.

Here are some examples of integers that when subtracted from each other will equal 47: 47 - 0 = 47 48 - 1 = 47 49 - 2 = 47 50 - 3 = 47 51 - 4 = 47. As you can imagine, the list above can go on forever. Here are decimal numbers that subtract from each other to equal 47: 48.50 - 1.50 = 47 49.75 - 2.75 = 47 50.90 - 3.90 = 47. We can also make fractions that when subtracted from each other equal 47. Here are some examples: 94/1 - 47/1 = 47 188/2 - 94/2 = 47 282/3 - 141/3 = 47. The "bottom line" as stated and illustrated above: there is an infinite number of answers to "What minus what equals 47?" What Minus What Calculator Please enter another problem for us to explain and solve. Try to make a list of values that subtracts to the next number on our list. She is reallll close, t-minus countdown started, I'd wait about a week, I rarely use one nowadays but get you a scope (30x - 100x works best). Is that maple leaf indica x og kush?, where'd you get her? keep an eye out for mold I had to pull a plant a little early, I'm combing to rest twice a day now. if you like a couch lock superstone the let er go for a bt longer, at least 50% amber trichs, if you like a head high just make sure the trichs are mostly cloudy and maybe a few with a bit of an amber tint. but as far a i can tell its not ready either way, i dont really see many browning hairs, still looks like its in full bloom :) i would give it at least another week but if you want it to get you super high i think it could last 3. let me explain what most people REALLY dont understand. you chop your plants say just 2 weeks early, you lose 30% of your fucking yield. im tired of seeing all this "are the heads amber" bullshit. grow what strains will give you the high you are looking for, and FINISH growing your buds. stop pulling your indica plants early looking for a sativa type high. that head high you are getting is called a weak ass indica high because the plants arent finished yet. The Maple Leaf is a heroic strain of Indica with fat leaves, plump buds, and caked with crystals. Ml's lineage spans from the Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan and has survived through some turbulent times due to the invading former USSR in the 80s. The taste of the herb is sweet, somewhat citrusy, and smells of incense. The effect of this wonderful strain has been known to act as an aphrodisiac and gives off a very relaxing and sensational body buzz. Coupled with a loved one and some good music or a good movie, Maple Leaf Indica can help provide the right mood for romance.

or if enjoyed too much, can bring on a deep sleep right in the middle of your plans.

The Dos and Don'ts of Visiting Amsterdam's Coffeeshops. The coffeeshops in Amsterdam are tourist attractions of their own. Not to be confused with the American version that serves up hot java and baked goods, coffeeshops act as legal dispensaries for marijuana in this European country. There are more than a hundred of them dotted around the city, mostly concentrated in the famous Red Light District. While it might seem like the sort of territory where anything goes, there are official and unofficial guidelines to follow when it comes to getting high in Amsterdam.