The reason I never ask any questions

I never ask anything. Not because I know what I am doing. I had no clue at the start of this, but because this forum is a vast database of about everything anyone would need to know.
Whenever I run into a problem or wonder WTF that funny spot on my plants is, all I have to do is start typing in the search bar and BOOM, there is my answer. Seriously ya’ll rock! I have dug through years of successful grows and some failures and read about the issues folks run into. I find awesome photos and very detailed info on about anything one could run into doing the homegrown thing.
I follow several folks and enjoy reading all the comments and such.
I sorta stay silent for the fact I have nothing insightful to add.
Just wanted to toss this out here.
Thanks to everyone!

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Your approach to using this forum is awesome! Thanks for posting. :man_mage:

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:point_up::point_up::fire::fire::fire::point_up::point_up::point_up::fire::fire: @merlin44 very true statement.

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Yeah I noticed most people want a top secret answer that’s not ever been posted before :person_facepalming:.

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You can certainly be active even if you don’t have unanswered questions. We are a bunch of friends hanging out and discussing many things. :man_mage:

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I agree. You can search a lot of info on here. Great place to learn new methods, even if watching from the sidelines.

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Well @TheOldManDowntheRoad this post was very insightful :muscle::sunglasses::+1:. Heck you would be the one to talk to lol the one who hears everything and says nothing :rofl::rofl:

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@TheOldManDowntheRoad
I’m an active surfer on the forum, If I can help someone with what I experienced in my growing experiences why not gives me something to do plus I’m learning something from them. I try not to ask alot of questions either, Your rite just hit search and lurk around meet some good people on the way and the answer to your thought just happens . Sometimes Silence Is Golden :beers: :v:

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Well said…I have some of the same feelings, but have been branching out more lately. Drop in on any conversation I am part of any time.

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Jump in anytime, the waters fine!

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Messing with a new to me old camera.
This is one of my Afghans. She is about at the 10 week mark.
It’s an auto, I had a little nute issue but it is bouncing back.
Oh yea. Just because I don’t ask doesn’t mean I don’t like any input.
I’m one of those who learns more from my mistakes than having someone tell me how to do something but I do enjoy input.
Since I have learned that autos are on the clock as it were I found that being a bit proactive vs waiting to see is the way to go.
I have 5 autos that are likely a week or away from harvest and then I have 6 photos that are veggin out (in the same tent) as we speak that will be bumped up to the flower stage. I kinda bit off a big chunk to chew with 11 plants in a 4x8x7 ft grow tent but I am managing. The next go I’ll keep the population to a more manageable crowd.

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Pretty Flower :metal:

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sounds like you have quite the farm going. My 4 x4 with 4 or 5 plants keeps me busy.

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Yea as these monsters grow and grow I have relised it’s gonna be a little tight in there.

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Note to self…
Nothing bad is going on, I just like to remind myself to think things through.
4754334

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Our 1 click world…

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In the famous words of Tom Petty. The waiting is the hardest part.



This is one of my Afghans. Hopeing for some good old fashioned coutch lock.

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Nice Flower :beers:

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Great things come to those that wait…looking good

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I hope you get the effect you are looking for because it sure does look good!!

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