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  • Going2fast
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    So what did you use to label them with?

  • 90Gizmo
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    I've answered the question of autoflower vs. container size. This is real science because I have a grow log. Three containers vary in size but all are about two gallon containers. Containers were randomly numbered with the largest numbered 3, the smallest 2 and the middle-sized 1. Results were verified from time to time by cats. Photographs were taken at start of veg and analyzed. Analysis reveals that the largest plant was in the largest container and the smallest plant was in the smallest container. Plants have progressed to the flowering stage and there are clear differences in plant height. Now the middle-sized pot, number 1, is the smallest plant at a height of just 14 inches. The height of the plant in the smallest pot, number 2, is 17 inches. The plant in the largest pot is 18".

    In some respect, it seems like the largest plant is in the largest container end of story. However that conclusion is not in agreement with the relative size of the other two plants. This destroys the bigger container is better myth. But a different and very powerful correlation has been observed. The relative size of the container is irrelevant. It is the numbers placed on the side of the containers that matters. Containers numbered "1" will under perform. Containers numbered "2" or "3" are to be preferred.

    Addition fundings are being request to further investigate the effect of container number and it's effect on autoflower growth. Additional questions to be answered are whether container composition effects the influence of the numbering system. For example, are Coco and fabric pots also effected. Also to be determined is whether all of the numbers must be used. It's it possible to simply mark all pots with the numeral 3 for best performance? Hydroponics will not be considered until many more experiments with pot have been conducted.
    Last edited by 90Gizmo; 06-01-2022, 05:56 PM.

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  • TOKABIGONE
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    Interesting new avatar my friend! I think tho, I liked the last one better, lmao!

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  • Puglover1
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    For your reading pleasure -

    So my neighbor has been complaining that my dog has been barking non-stop. I hate the electric zapping bark collars, so I purchased a humane citronella collar. When a dog barks, it shoots a blast of citronella under their nose and apparently, they don't like it.
    This morning I was getting the collar ready and filled it with the citronella liquid. And that's where my morning should have ended. But no, it's me, and I begin to become curious as to “how” the collars actually work.
    So, I'm standing by my back door "barking" at my dog's collar. Nothing happens. I make sure it's turned on, check the fill level, and go through the "getting started" check list one more time. Again, I bark. Nothing happens. Now I'm not quite sure, why I had this next thought, but I did...I put the collar on. I seriously extended the band and fit the growl box against my throat and barked. Apparently, the collar only works if it feels vibrations, because I immediately received a blast of citronella to the face.
    I began coughing, which only caused the fucking collar to continue squirting bug spray over and over into my nasal cavity. I'm now on my hands and knees in my back yard, trying to breathe, and to make matters worse, the damn dog is barking. So, between coughing and yelling at him to shut up, I've emptied over a dozen blasts of citronella to my face. During all of this ruckus, I'm trying to undo the clasp of the collar, which has somehow managed to weld shut during this whole fiasco.
    I finally get the collar off and threw, yes, I threw that inhumane fucker across the yard, and lay in the grass sucking in the cool morning air. In the middle of thinking this is probably the dumbest thing I've done in a while, I hear laughter. MY NEIGHBOR SAW THE WHOLE THING! He was laughing so damn hard he couldn't breathe. Between gasps, he tells me, "I was gonna come help, but every time I started to climb over the fence, you'd set it off again and then I would start laughing and couldn't make it." So now, not only are my eyes red, but my face and ears are too. After checking to make sure I was ok, we parted ways and I went in to shower so I wouldn't smell like ode de' Tiki Torch.
    Lesson learned: next time (yes, there will always be a next time with me) make sure that:
    1. Don't fill the collar before trying to set it off.
    2. Remember your neighbor is not a good source of help in a comedy crisis situation.
    On the plus side, I won't have a mosquito problem for a few days!
    Even though this does sound like some bullshit I'd do, I hate to break the news that it's a copied story that gave me a good laugh so feel free to do the same.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    The 'Baby Foreskin Facial' Is a Real Thing (bostonmagazine.com)

    This is goddamn disgusting! I was robbed!

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  • farmerchand
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    Thanks for sharing

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  • GreenState
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    I don't plan on voting for any candidate for any office who would complete their term
    at the age of 75 or above, regardless of party affiliation.All these fossils need to be put out to pasture, all of'em.
    Last edited by GreenState; 05-15-2022, 05:37 AM.

  • Puglover1
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    Hope kitty doesn't get tired of dirt and moves to the green stuff. Mine has tasted Wild Thai, Northern Lights, White Widow and one more, while they were growing.

  • 90Gizmo
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    First remove the black-haired dirt sniffer

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  • BU2B
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  • Puglover1
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    Me too Rwise

  • Puglover1
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    Does anyone here use the ACA? It's helped tens of millions of people get healthcare thereby catching diabetes early before amputations or heart issues send people to 'survive' on disability. Brandon was in charge of that.

  • BU2B
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    it's kind of like the choices that led us here.... the devil or the deep blue sea

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    😂

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