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Actual spiders. Little fuggers storing food for later. I've caught two having their liquid lunch.
That's the only time I've ever killed spiders in my garden.
Well I never!
I have only grown outdoors a few times.
Th UK is densely populated, not always the best weather especially if your near the Atlantic with is wet westerlies, it tends to be drier over by the north sea on the East coast.
Normally I love spiders but last year I had a "Brown Recluse Spider" not native to the UK in my flat.
They are not in the same league as black widows but they are the most venomous spider in the UK and the bites can cause.
  • Severe swelling and pain at the site
  • Blister that is blue in the center and ringed by redness
  • Pimple-like lesion with yellow or green pus
  • Ulceration (break in skin or mucous membrane)
  • Rash that itches
  • Dark urine
  • Fever, chills, nausea and vomiting, or seizures
  • Joint pain
Any animal messing with our plants , needs to think again!
 

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Well I never!
I have only grown outdoors a few times.
Th UK is densely populated, not always the best weather especially if your near the Atlantic with is wet westerlies, it tends to be drier over by the north sea on the East coast.
Normally I love spiders but last year I had a "Brown Recluse Spider" not native to the UK in my flat.
They are not in the same league as black widows but they are the most venomous spider in the UK and the bites can cause.
  • Severe swelling and pain at the site
  • Blister that is blue in the center and ringed by redness
  • Pimple-like lesion with yellow or green pus
  • Ulceration (break in skin or mucous membrane)
  • Rash that itches
  • Dark urine
  • Fever, chills, nausea and vomiting, or seizures
  • Joint pain
Any animal messing with our plants , needs to think again!
I know Brown Recluse quite well. They LOVE to hide in shoes and boots. I got into a habit of tapping my shoes together before putting them on.many decades ago!
Them and Black Widows I do not tolerate.
 

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Here we go folks my 2 new recruits 1 super frost and a 2 in 1 pot in live soil a go go and a purple biscauto at day 30 and the last pic is another buiscauto in an autopot at day 45 also a big thanks to @Twenty20 Adam .and another couple of tags to my soil folks @RustyStarbuck72 @hope2grow i wanted to ask before she ends up losing colour should i give her a litte life cycle and maybe some charge in also going to start with the biosys soon i just want to stop her losing colour if possible
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Here we go folks my 2 new recruits 1 super frost and a 2 in 1 pot in live soil a go go and a purple biscauto at day 30 and the last pic is another buiscauto in an autopot at day 45 also a big thanks to @Twenty20 Adam .and another couple of tags to my soil folks @RustyStarbuck72 @hope2grow i wanted to ask before she ends up losing colour should i give her a litte life cycle and maybe some charge in also going to start with the biosys soon i just want to stop her losing colour if possible View attachment 1356110View attachment 1356111View attachment 1356112
Looking good bro, i only ever used the life cycle to re invigorate used soil for the next run so not sure about ammending with it... Definately charge.... Im still on my non canna ammendments and I just top dressed all my seedlings which will take them well into flower now... Did you add any charge at the start?
 

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Looking good bro, i only ever used the life cycle to re invigorate used soil for the next run so not sure about ammending with it... Definately charge.... Im still on my non canna ammendments and I just top dressed all my seedlings which will take them well into flower now... Did you add any charge at the start?
no mate i just thought wait till before they started in flower i think i left it a little bit too long on the mokum tulips so what i may do it give her a blast of charge and i may even put 1 biotab snapped in half each side of the pot to help her along
 

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no mate i just thought wait till before they started in flower i think i left it a little bit too long on the mokum tulips so what i may do it give her a blast of charge and i may even put 1 biotab snapped in half each side of the pot to help her along
Wack it in at the start mate... It takes a week or so to really get going so always plan weeks ahead... Its not instantly available in big quantities like liquid so I would fire some in dude :d5: :vibes:
 

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Wack it in at the start mate... It takes a week or so to really get going so always plan weeks ahead... Its not instantly available in big quantities like liquid so I would fire some in dude :d5: :vibes:
cool bro as i know later down the line she will get hungry with having 2 strains in 1 pot so i think the biotab may just help her along the way but its just an experiment to see how i get along and all your tips i appreciate it bro anyhow my beds calling so good night
 

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cool bro as i know later down the line she will get hungry with having 2 strains in 1 pot so i think the biotab may just help her along the way but its just an experiment to see how i get along and all your tips i appreciate it bro anyhow my beds calling so good night
Don't let the bed bugs bite :sleeping:
 

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cool bro as i know later down the line she will get hungry with having 2 strains in 1 pot so i think the biotab may just help her along the way but its just an experiment to see how i get along and all your tips i appreciate it bro anyhow my beds calling so good night
You might struggle to get a biotab in without damaging the root mass in the rhizosphere at this stage, understand why you want to give them a boost. Anyway you can top dress instead?
 
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