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Where's my tomatoes?

Boxdoc 7 Jan 30
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I have one with several tomatoes on it, I'm gunna do you a favor and I'll let you trade that barren bush of yours for the bountiful one of mine. And if it ever happens again you can count on me to help you out again.

Your kindness and generosity are overwhelming. Sounds like a fair trade to me. Bring lots of Twinkies and Corn Chips.


I think your plant must be sterile.


Male plant?


Eleven hours of bright light and thirteen hours of darkness should do the trick for a week, then ten hours of light and fourteen of dark.

OldGoat43 Level 8 Jan 30, 2019

Start cutting the light back.
When it starts to smell "skunky", let me know.
It's becoming "dangerous".
To "pay you" for your efforts, I'll bring you a pound of termaters, and haul it away to the "hazardous waste disposal" center.


Force the bloom stupid.

Mokvon Level 8 Jan 30, 2019


@Boxdoc reduced lights with increased C02 will produce fuzzy hair like growth that is what is used. Just and FYI


Looks like you've been pruning it very well though!

DangerDave Level 8 Jan 30, 2019
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