200 followers thank you guys ❤️ I love watching y'all blaze too!!! Enjoying some blue mataro shatter from @642cannabis ($40 a gram, everyone buy some stat, it's the bomb.com) while repping some store swag!! About to hit up the outdoor pool and enjoy this beautiful day 🔥🔥
MJ Wands by @MJArsenal ✅
This is a really cool and very useful tool for Ashing out Bowls, Pipes, Bongs & could also be used to stuff Joints or Blunts & any other purpose you can think of! Created by my brother @Uncle_Buck420 go show him & his Brand some love 👌💪💚✌️ #MJArsenal#weed420feed
Use my Code: weed420 at Checkout for 15% Off on your next purchase at www.MJArsenal.com ✅
I stick my cuttings into Sunshine mix #4 , no cloning compound of any kind. I spray the cuttings one time with water after I finish a tray and cover with a humidity dome to keep relative humidity near 100%. Once a day I ventilate the dome/tray thoroughly, but never spray the cuttings again. If necessary I irrigate the substrate. After 10-14 days. Almost all cultivars will have developed sufficient roots and I start reducing the relative humidity gradually, over a 2-3 day period until the RH in the dome is near or the same as the ambient RH in the propagation room and the dome can be removed. 1-2 days later I will plant into 3.5" square x 3" deep pots of sunshine mix #4 and start them on 1/4 strength, organic vegetative nutrient solution fertigation program and in a 7-10 days they will be more than ready to go into #1 pots of substrate.
When doing consultation of cultivation facilities I find that most are struggling with propagation, both with cuttings and with starting seeds and the culprit is almost always too much water and not enough fresh air. Cuttings will not be inclined to develop adventitious roots if you keep spraying them with water everyday. Give them a reason to develop roots 😁! Also moisture and stagnant air along with warm conditions are conducive to fungal and bacterial growth that may result in seeds and cuttings damping off or rotting and ones that survive may have a systemic fungal or bacterial infection which can inhibit normal growth and can potentially be spread to other plants through critical control points such as pruning shears. Just a little info for the masses from our experience in the industry.
A quick hit from last night! I was using the @bondvapes torch through the @matt2000glass piece!
Ig kept deleting the post due to audio... So I had to throw in the naturey sounds from one of my earlier videos. Full video is in my bio if you're interested!