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As fatigue is a condition associated with stress, it is likely that most professionals could use a couple of Jet Fuel hits. The main side effects are a dry mouth and dry eyes, which seems to be the case with the majority of marijuana strains. It is also possible that you will feel a little dizzy , and if you suffer from paranoia, your condition could get worse.

After the high has worn off, you may feel tired – another reason not to use it in the morning. Jet Fuel may not be the easiest strain to grow, and its yield is well below that of rival strains, but it is an excellent option if fatigue is ruining your day. The sudden burst of energy you feel is joined by a cerebral high that is exhilarating and euphoric. In some cases, the munchies will make an appearance, so be sure to have snacks ready for the feast. Users occasionally refer to it as the ‘cocaine of marijuana,’ so even though its THC is not the highest on the market, Jet Fuel is probably not a great idea for novices. Your access to this site has been limited by the site owner. (HTTP response code 503) If you think you have been blocked in error, contact the owner of this site for assistance.

If you are a WordPress user with administrative privileges on this site, please enter your email address in the box below and click "Send". You will then receive an email that helps you regain access. Block Reason: Access from your area has been temporarily limited for security reasons. Wordfence is a security plugin installed on over 3 million WordPress sites. The owner of this site is using Wordfence to manage access to their site. You can also read the documentation to learn about Wordfence's blocking tools, or visit wordfence.com to learn more about Wordfence. Generated by Wordfence at Thu, 11 Jun 2020 11:09:16 GMT. Alchimia presents here the feminized version of the Tahoe OG Kush variety from Cali Connection , a mostly Indica hybrid famous for its intense acid flavour, great resin production and powerful effect. This genetics comes from the OG Kush Tahoe clone , selected in USA and quickly appreciated worldwide for its superior features, both organoleptic and psychoactive. In order to reproduce this clone in seed format without loosing its most desirable traits, it was crossed with San Fernando Valley OG Kush , a line stabilized through several generations. Tahoe OG Kush grows as a classic OG, compact during its growth and with the typical leafs of the Indica cannabis family , before stretching when the flowering starts: training and pruning our plants can be helpful to control its final height and promote the developement f more flowers. Its dense and round buds need from 60 to 70 days of flowering to get ripe, being then covered with a thick, white and sticky layer of resin glands with a strong Diesel taste, enriched with citric and floral hints. The effect of Tahoe OG Kush is intense and long lasting, deeply body relaxing and mentally entertaining. Deficiency and excess of Phosphorus in Cannabis plants. The Phosphorus Cycle: Before the phosphorus can be used as nutrient for plants, we must wait for Mother Nature to perform its vital functions in order to take advantage of the raw materials that it offers. Phosphorus is an element classified as macro-nutrient since it directly participates - in large amounts - in the metabolism of all plants and especially in cannabis crops. The phosphorus cycle is known as biogeochemical cycle, and is a closed cycle which is repeated constantly in a given ecosystem. Phosphates come into contact with the plant through the ground. Animals eat these plants containing phosphorus, so it’s going to be provided anew to the subsoil in the form of excrements. Later on, it is processed by the micro-life and made available again for the plants (phosphates), thus closing the phosphorus cycle. Furthermore, a large part of these phosphates present in the substrate are carried away towards the oceans, so all marine flora and fauna is coated in this mineral. Phosphorus returns to the terrestrial environment by two systems; the first one is through seabird or fish droppings, which have previously fed on algae, which have in turn absorbed phosphorus in their organism. The second way is through both the earth-movings that emerge from the sea or shifting of tectonic plates, although this processes take thousands of years. The function of phosphorus in cannabis plants: Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for marijuana plants. It’s known that much of the energy that the plant receives from the sunlight is later stored mostly as phosphorus. Afterwards it’ll be used to perform the different metabolic processes - such as photosynthesis - being at the same time a component of the DNA .

This nutrient is essential for the plant development in its different life stages: seed germination, root growth, growth of the aerial part, cloning, and flowering . Plants assimilate phosphorus in the form of univalent and bivalent ion, although the most commonly form used by the plant is the univalent ion, which is more or less available depending on the PH level of the substrate. The higher the PH, the lower the uptake of this nutrient by the plant, what will surely lead to a deficiency. Plants can perform different biochemical actions from the uptake of this macro-nutrient, such as breathing or synthesizing proteins and carbohydrates, what results in: Improved root development Better use of the water in the substrate Stimulates the resistance and overall health of cannabis plants Stronger stems Better resistance to frosts, diseases and pests The duration of the vegetative period is significantly reduced given the explosive growth produced by a fast root growth. The grower can start the bloom stage of plants much earlier, thus reducing the total time required to harvest the cannabis crop. Improved yields and quality of buds and seeds It has a direct role in the production of carbohydrates, improving the production of sugars, starches, etc, and thus producing best quality fruits. An inadequate phosphorus assimilation can lead to a deficiency of this element .

This nutrient is mobile, it moves with ease within the organism of the plant to areas with more activity such as the youngest leaves . When this element moves from older to younger leaves, the former show chlorosis, turning yellow. The oldest and lowest leaves of the plant perform the function of nutrient reserve which will be used by the plant if necessary.

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