PNW Grow Weird Year Need Ideas

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by Vintendo56, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. Anybody living in near the Cascades in the Southwest part of Washington knows we had the weirdest year for gardening in general, and for the first time in nine years I don't know what to do. I have two strains of Hawaiian Sativas, one strain of some Russian weed, and one G-13. I'm starting to see mold here and there mostly in the Hawaiian Strains, but the season started so late and then rain, mist and fog set in while it was still (and IS still) running between 65-73 degrees with the girls trying their damnedest (G-13 doing the best) to fully flower out. I found this old-time fungus control method from a Jerry Baker book that calls for an early morning spraying of apple cider vinegar (2-tblspn per gal.) all over the plants and "theoretically" no new molds or fungi will appear.

    Also, I am an MMJ patient (Hep-C 30+ years....WAYYYYY past my "sell by" and I have gone to ingesting rather than smoking (similar reaction like from the Hemp Oil method) and I was wondering if I took out the all the molded pieces of flower or entire tops when necessary, could a mold spore live through a few hours at approximately 212 degrees and cause harm? Can I salvage those areas that though immature haven't molded through the boiling process?

    I know this is all probably discussed in different threads, and I know it is two different subjects, but I taught myself to grow the RIGHT way exclusively through the folks on this site, and this is an emergency, so if you can, help me out.

    Thanks, everyone and a "Howdy, Yall!" to my friends...<you know who you are, so I won't "out" you for knowing an old weird bastard like

    One Love,

    Vin :bolt:

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