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Hei lenge siden sist håper mange av de gamle fortsatt er her og att nye genier har kommet til for trenger litt hjelp om dagen.he he

 

Er i Marocco på gården min og brøyter ny åker skal lage  maten til plantene selv i år så lager egen topik på det senere samler blod fra fisk geit og høner så blir ett spennende prosjekt.

Det jeg lurer på nå først er hvordan man fikser så alle frøa blir jenter hadde besøk fra Japan forje uke og de sa jeg kunne bade frøa i syre vann stemmer dette?

 

Trenger jenter så håper dere kan hjelpe meg med dette!!!!!!

 

Godt og vere tilbake på dette edle forum alle medlemmer er hjertelig velkommen til og besøke meg her i Marocco store klemmer fra.Yusuf Linnerud Dyrkeklubben

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cannawiz

Hei plantasjen i Marokko ja. Skal si mannen har ordna seg:) det er min drøm om noen år også;) kanskje man kan komme på besøk engang?

har ikke hørt om å bade i syre men disse to har jeg hørt mye om:The two main types of seed feminization are rodelization and colloidal silver. Both offer their own advantages and disadvantages, but, if done correctly, they will provide you with a batch of marijuana seeds that is almost all female.

Rodelization sort of manipulates natural, biological factors at play in the female marijuana plant. Oftentimes, when the female marijuana plant becomes stressed or is nearing the end of its lifecycle without having been fertilized, it will start to grow pollen sacs on its own. Marijuana plants are naturally going to want to propagate their seed to extend the line, and when they don’t get fertilized, they will sometimes take to fertilizing themselves. The reason that rodelization frequently produces seeds with female characteristics is because all of the genetic and reproductive material involved also had female characteristics.

This is the crux of seed feminization. It is the unique ability of the female marijuana plant to essentially fertilize itself (without actually being hermaphroditic). If both the eggs and the pollen come from genetically female plants, then there is a greater likelihood that the plants will produce female seeds. Although the concept might be simple, actually putting it into practice can be a bit difficult.

The colloidal silver method works in much the same way. Very small concentrations of colloidal silver (which is pure silver) are put into distilled water. This water is then sprayed onto female marijuana plants during the flowering cycle. It reacts with the plants so that they start producing the same pollen sacs you might see during rodelization (or normally on males). Again, the difference in this case is that genetic material in the pollen is completely female and, thus, will be more prone to producing female marijuana seeds.

There are obvious reasons as to why anyone would want to try either of these methods. Ensuring that your crop is full of the THC-laden females on a consistent basis is something that most growers won’t pass up. But, it’s also a good way to ensure that you get high-quality, sinsemilla bud with a large portion of your marijuana crop. You don’t have to pay for marijuana seeds, you don’t have to worry about getting too many males, and you can just keep growing high-quality smoke indefinitely. Get a free guide about growing marijuana at this link here.

How to Perform Rodelization To Make Feminized Marijuana Seeds

Rodelization is the easier of the two options, but it’s not always the most effective. It has the advantage of being completely natural, but it forces you to rely on the plant to act. Essentially, your goal with rodelization is to let the female marijuana plant stay in flowering state long after the ideal harvest time. The plant will recognize this is as a dire situation and one that requires quick action to be resolved. In many cases, this results in pollen sacs being created. When the pollen sacs start showing up, you can harvest the pollen as you would in the examples at the beginning of the article. Then, of course, you could choose which colas or buds you want to slather the pollen on to produce the feminized marijuana seeds. In general, you have to segregate a single plant and force it to flower on its own so that the others can be pollinated adequately.

The major drawback to this technique, however, is that it is not always reliable. It requires a confluence of factors to go right, and, even then, you might not come up with a batch of overly-feminized marijuana seeds like you’d want. First of all, not every plant is going to have the same response to being left in the flowering state for too long. Obviously, you can’t test out every single one of your plants to see if they will produce pollen sacs because then you run the risk of degrading the THC content and quality. Leaving the plants in flowering stage past their peak harvest time is normally not a good thing. When you consider that you might not get any pollen from it, you might think twice about this method.

Of course, there are some varieties that maintain the genetic traits for rodelization and will produce pollen sacs virtually every time. If you know that you’re working with a variety like this, then you can essentially practice rodelization and achieve consistent results. That being said, there’s also a chance that you are just using female pollen that has heavy male characteristics. If the plant naturally produces pollen like that, then there is a chance that it is simply has male-heavy genetics. In this case, you might end up with a regular batch of half male and half female seeds. There’s also a lot less pollen to work with in general.

If you’re growing your plants organically and you can afford to give this a try, then it’s really the best option. It is cheap, all-natural, and still gives you the chance to produce feminized marijuana seeds. It’s also a nice little science experiment to see if your plants will produce pollen sacs or not. Get a free guide about growing marijuana at this link here.

Using Colloidal Silver To Make Feminized Marijuana Seeds

Trying the colloidal silver spray method is a lot more difficult and time-consuming, but it appears to work with a higher degree of success than simple rodelization. Before we discuss how to actually use it, we must understand how to make it. The colloidal silver method isn’t merely the act of sticking silver coins in a spray bottle and going crazy on your plants. The whole method requires pure silver, some electricity, and a lot of water. In fact, there are five key ingredients that you’ll need to make your own colloidal silver spray:

  • Distilled water
  • Pure silver (coin, wire, etc.)
  • 9-volt battery
  • 9-volt battery connector
  • Alligator clips
  • Soldering iron

If that sounds a little confusing or a little above your pay grade, then you’re probably not alone. Colloidal silver solutions are sold commercially, but they often come at a premium cost and are actually primarily used for drinking (at much lower concentrations than you would use for a marijuana plant). Even so, finding pure silver of any kind isn’t exactly cheap. For the most part, you can find pure silver coins at a coin shop or the local mint at varying prices and amounts. You can probably make due with two pieces of half ounce silver. You can also use silver wires, but most people opt for coins. Just make sure that the silver you use is .9999 or .999 silver. It has to be pure or else it won’t function properly.

Once you’ve got your silver, you need to connect the battery connector to the battery itself. There should be two wires extending from the battery connector (one red, one black). If you opt for the alligator clips, then they need to be soldered to these wires to improve the electrical current. This will, of course, require the use of a soldering iron, but if you don’t have one or you don’t know how to solder, then you might be able to get some help at a hardware store. The other option that doesn’t involve soldering irons or alligator clips is cutting a hole in the silver coins and then wrapping the wires through that hole. In most cases, though, it’s easier to conduct electricity and hold the current with the soldered-on alligator clips.

Whether you’re using the alligator clips or another method, the battery wires must be connected to the silver coins somehow. Then, those silver coins must be placed in a cup of distilled water (but not the alligator clips or the wires). Again, it is very important that you use distilled water and not any kind of other water that might contain impurities. The electrical current essentially creates tiny silver ions that will float in distilled water. This is because the water is deionized and the particles won’t try to bond with anything else.

In any event, you need to leave this concoction as it is for about 7 hours minimum. The longer you leave the electrically-charged silver coins suspended in the distilled water, the higher concentration of colloidal silver you will receive. You don’t want the colloidal silver generator to run for too long because it will eventually produce particles that are too big. Nothing will appear to happen at first, but you’ll start to see a residue or film on the top of the distilled water over time. Again, do not let the alligator clips or the wires themselves get wet.

Once you have your solution, then you’re ready to put it into practice. Choose one female marijuana plant to receive the spray and then mist that plant every day with the solution after it starts flowering. Continue misting the plant until you start to see male pollen sacs forming. This usually only takes about 10 to 14 days, but it could be longer or shorter depending on the variety. Once the pollen sacs appear, you can use the same method of retrieval and then fertilization outlined at the beginning.

It should be noted that colloidal silver in high concentrations is not safe to consume under any circumstances. Although the solution can be used and consumed for health reasons, it’s usually done so at a much smaller concentration. In fact, any parts of the marijuana plant that you spray the solution on to should be discarded. Some marijuana growers are willing to pinpoint a few locations on a certain plant so as to avoid not scrapping the entire plant later on. But, this can be unsafe if you’re not careful about where the spray goes. If even trace amounts make it onto the some of the buds, then those buds are unfit for smoking or consuming.

Any pollen that is created as a result of the interaction between cannabis and colloidal silver is 100% safe to use. It’s just that any part of the cannabis plant that comes into direct contact with the colloidal silver spray should be considered toxic. The upside to using colloidal silver is that it consistently produces high-quality feminized marijuana seeds so that you are more likely to come up with all or mostly female crops. You can also produce seeds ad infinitum while also controlling the actual amount of marijuana seeds produced. Get a free guide about growing marijuana at this link here.

Other Options

While both of these options have had beneficial outcomes, they also come with some considerable downsides. There’s no guarantee that rodelization will work and colloidal silver requires a lot of time and money to get it going. Many personal marijuana growers have neither time nor money and they might want something that is more of a sure bet. In that case, cloning female marijuana plants is perhaps the most cost-effective and efficient option. While it is not necessarily a seed feminization technique, it can ensure that you will receive female marijuana plants and female buds on a consistent and reliable basis.

Instead of relying on marijuana seeds (which are essentially a combination of genetics), cloning allows you to pick a particularly desirable plant and then recreate it exactly. So, you can continue getting high-quality (and familiar) smoke without any uncertainty or high costs.

Even so, there are several situations in which marijuana seed feminization makes more sense. For instance, if you want to hybridize the DNA of the next generation, then the only way to do that is with selective fertilization. For instance, if you wanted to create mix between two strains, you would need to combine the reproductive material of those two strains. Although effective, cloning only allows you to recreate a single strain over and over again. Of course, you might like that strain, but it won’t do a lot in terms of giving yourself an assortment of strains to try. In any event, it’s clear that female plants are the primary choice among marijuana growers and knowing how to ensure the consistent reproduction of female plants is of great importance

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yusuflinnerud

Takk for svar ser med en gang att det er umulig her uten drivhus så må la andre kjøre frø.

Kom bare på besøk er kjempe kos her 2 mil til nermeste by så få mennesker og prate med.

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LHC

Marocco er et deilig land. Jeg har vært der mye. Elsker det selv om det kan bli litt mye pes til tider. Må jeg spørre hvor på kant av landet du bor? 

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pollen

Skjoenner ikke hvor postene blir av paa denne traaden ? 

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SixIxIx
10 timer siden, pollen skrev:

Skjoenner ikke hvor postene blir av paa denne traaden ? 

Yusuf har startet to tråder, den andre ligger her :)

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pollen

Takker og bukker Six ,,,,,, bra du hoder styr paa meg ,,, lol

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På 1/7/2017 at 1.35, LHC skrev:

Marocco er et deilig land. Jeg har vært der mye. Elsker det selv om det kan bli litt mye pes til tider. Må jeg spørre hvor på kant av landet du bor? 

Hei LHC . Hva mener du med ' litt mye pes ' ? Hadde tenkt aa kjoere over i bilen min . Er det trygt aa parkere over natta ?

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LHC
Akkurat nå, pollen skrev:

Hei LHC . Hva mener du med ' litt mye pes ' ? Hadde tenkt aa kjoere over i bilen min . Er det trygt aa parkere over natta ?

Hei,

Sikkerhet for bil handler nok mye om hva slags bil og hvor du parkerer. Men jeg ville nok kviet meg for å parkere en dyr bimmer midt i Tanger ubevoktet nattestid. Det jeg mener med pes, er at med mindre du er en erfaren Marocco reiser, er det mange som maser om forskjellige saker og ting. Det er uskyldig, men litt anstrengende i lengden. Hvis det er første gang du er der, finner du ut av det når du ruller i land:-) Just go with the flow, så ordner det meste seg.

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pollen

Takker for kjempe raskt svar ,,  lol      Javel, denslags pes er jeg vane med . Har jobba en god del paa Spanske markeder opp igjennom aara , og vet at man maa ha oyner i bakhue ,,,  lol ,   spesielt marokanske damer ,,,,, tatt tre av dem paa fersken . Overlot dem til Guardia Civil . Kommer antageligvis til aa ta en marokansk venn med meg som guide . Han liker weeden min saa det gaar bra 

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SixIxIx

Ha ha, jeg klødde meg litt i hodet selv først, for jeg så jo at det du hadde skrevet tilsynelatende var forsvunnet. Heldigvis var det dobbelposting, ikke databasefeil :D

4 timer siden, pollen skrev:

Takker og bukker Six ,,,,,, bra du hoder styr paa meg ,,, lol

 

Tur til Marocco står forøvrig på bucketlisten min.

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Bulldog

Beklager at jeg kaprer tråden litt her.

Forsøker å sende PM til pollen. Kan du slette noen pm sånn at jeg får sendt deg en melding? Muchas gracias

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pollen

Heisann Bulldog . Finner ikke inn boxen eller pm knappen min her paa dette nye systemet . Skal proeve aa ordne det . 

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Det ordnet seg ,,, vi har 8 % kapasitet ,,, lol   er litt slack med aa rydde opp i boksen min ,,, lol

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