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    New spot; Time to grow some weed; That can make some full melt; preferably allot of it :P
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    Day 7; Leaf Damage is from killing some pests with the botanigaurd; Some strains seems more sensitive than others; I went full strength; maybe a bit more; there was no need killed all non flyers. Sticky's and neem for them the rest ...

    Plants are on pbp grow till week 2 1200ppm with 1ml GO Cal Mag & 1 ml GO seaplex ph 5.8; Room c02 1100ppm lights on 80 lights of 74
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    week 5 love the new creations
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    looking right proper slips... thumbs up

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    Thanks man; been getting my body so sticky from working where it's uncomfortable again; is putting a huge smile on my face ...
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    Rub olive or sunflower oil into your hands and arms after working in the garden. It'll dissolve the glands, and you can then wash it off easily with dish or hand soap. Leaves your skin silky smooth too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Criceolation View Post
    Rub olive or sunflower oil into your hands and arms after working in the garden. It'll dissolve the glands, and you can then wash it off easily with dish or hand soap. Leaves your skin silky smooth too.
    I usually use plain veggy oil, but I bet olive, sunflower, coconut or, soy would be better for your skin...
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    The more saturated the oil, the better it works. Coconut would be the most effective for this reason, but olive and sunflower are cheaper and more common in the kitchen. Coconut oil is great for your skin though, and it's the most effective oil to imbue with cannabis for edibles. I always have some in the kitchen, but olive and sunflower wash off easier too.

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