Alfred69 help with computer stuff

This is another try to communicate with members @Shaneo420 @Oldguy @Killadruid Thanks

Yes that gets there attention,if there around :slight_smile:

Yes sir. How may we help ?
@Alfred69.

Hey, @SeaSeaside_guy1 I was responding to someone’s post and wanted to link my response to a previous comment on another thread. I couldn’t figure out how to link my response to the previous post. I’m not sure that it can be done. Hopefully what I’m asking makes sense.

Go to the post you want to link to, and right next to where you’d click the heart icon to ‘like’ it, there’s a chain link looking icon. Click that, and it’ll give you a link to copy, and then paste into whatever thread you’d like to link from. Hopefully that helps, but I could make shoe-tying instructions complicated lol

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Thanks, yeah I know what you are saying. I wasn’t sure if I was being clear about what I was asking.

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Thank you for replying. I want to be able to continue in the forum which with my wifes help have done once but someone replied that I was on someone elses thread. The pictures we sent sometimes show and other times a bunch of picture numbers, which we did figure out we only had to click on any of the numbers to see all of the pictures. I have kept a half assed journal on my second grow should I try to put it in the forum or I saw somewhere topics for grows. @elheffe702 i’m pretty sure my wife knows how to cut and paste and i’ll do that as soon as she shows me how

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@Alfred69. If you go to your original thread you can post any questions there without “stepping on toes “.
“White Widow auto grow “.
Hope this helps a bit. :wink::+1::v:
As for pictures you have to wait for them to fully load to 100% and then reply. :grin:

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When you decide on a new journal (or not), look up “Grow Journals” under ‘Beginner’ and in the upper left corner is a + sign with ‘New Topic’ by it. Click on that, fill in the title and fields called for and make your first post. If you tag me: @Myfriendis410 in that post, I will make sure all’s good and adjust if necessary.

Once you spend a little time on the forum you will be able to navigate it like a pro. Welcome to the friendliest bunch of stoners on the 'Net haha!

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The others beat me to it! Yep, just start a new topic. :v:

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Good luck with your second grow!!! I’m getting close to the end of my first😁

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Thank you @oldguy @Myfruendis besides my computer ignorance doesen’t help but I did find out some of the requirements to do the questions like I have a 5 section bag complete air flow can I use it in my grow tent in darkness and what temperature to cure and dry with one small fan and charcoal air filter on low. I am proud as hell on my second grow but after seeing these pictures i’m a little disappointed. I’ve got 6 growing and any one of them look like they will harvest as much as my last grow of 5.

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Miss spelled @Myfriendis410 actually screwed it all up

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@Bulldognuts I think it’s the chain looking link down by Reply. Not sure though I have never done it :slight_smile:

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Thank you and another question it’s harvest time soon I understand leaving the grow tent dark for 48 to72 hrs is a goodthing - what temp. and humidity for then and then the dry. Thanks again

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@Alfred69. If you keep your temps in the 70 deg range and can get your humidity into the 50 % range you should be pretty good.
Keep a fan on low circulating air but not aimed directly at the hanging buds.
If you can get your humidity into the lower 30 s before you harvest then that will help trichome production towards the end. :wink:
Usually for last couple weeks.
Would love to see pics of your plant(s)
:grin::+1::v:

Got a jewelry loop that doesn’t do much good but hopefully you can see something from camera pictures. Temperatures is 73 and dehumidifier is all the way and down to 43 so far. I really appreciate your patience with me…

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@Alfred69. Hate to break it to you. :wink:
You have about 5-6 weeks before that plant is ready to harvest. Based on pics.
Better keep the humidity in the 50 % range for a little bit yet. She’s got a while to go. :+1::v:

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Thank you thank you thank you I’ve turned the humidity back up but should I turn the pole fans back on they are blowing on the tops, I do have a small fan on the ground. Oh did I tell you how much I appreciate your advice - a whole bunch

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Absolutely @Alfred69. Turn your fans back on. All of them.
You can start reducing your humidity in a couple weeks or so to about 45% ish and then a bit more as time progresses.
For the last couple weeks see if you can get it closer to 30 %. It will help with trichome production.
And no problem on the help. We all like to see a successful grow. :+1:
Hope you have a great day. :v:

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