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First. Question dose sticking the roost of my plant in to boiling water after i pull it up for harvest help its potency.
= second question is there a all red plant. Or an almost yellow plant because I’ve seen some picture’s i was thinking photoshop but this day and age anything could be possible.
thanks. Royh. Deep in the heart of Texas
Thanks for reaching out. The boiling water trick you mentioned is unlikely to increase the potency of your harvest, but there is one easy thing you can do that will certainly improve the quality. Always be sure to flush your plants several days before you’re ready to take them down.
To do this, only feed them water for roughly 5 days; no fertilizer, no nutrients, no chemicals. After the plants have been dried and cured this will result in a much smoother, cleaner smoke. Believe us, you’ll notice the difference. But, if you’re really looking to maximize potency; start with good seeds. You’ll pay more for them, but feminized seeds are the way to go. No need to worry about raising a plant for months on end only to find out it’s a boy.
In regards to an all yellow or all red plant, we’ve never seen one, but as you said, “anything could be possible”. IF you’re interested in yielding purple buds, check out this article we wrote awhile back.
bluntman wants to know if you can make weed purple just by lowering the temperature during its finals stages of growth?
me too! send me pics of ur harvest and i could tell u some more info though
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