I never thought I'd see this

Hello folks,
I thought I’d share a laugh with you all. I got this message from my home and auto insurance company.


So, I’m thinking, oh great my insurance is going to go up now… then I read further…

Instead, I found out that if some dirtbag rips off my weed, I can claim it with my home insurance.
I never thought I’d see the day my weed is insured.
Canada, damn… what a great country.

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That’s hilarious, you can’t get the non smoker discount! … you can say you don’t smoke only make edibles I guess to get the discount

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Good point @Zombo because I don’t smoke in the house anyway.

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It was bound to happen and I don’t even want to think who’s going to capitalize on this too.

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More politics. Go figure. Almighty dollar at it again… hows the mending process going? Happy Thanksgiving @garrigan62 :sunglasses:

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4 more weeks with this arm brace . Still sore as hell but other than that pretty good. and Happy Thanksgiving

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@garrigan62 I’m not even sure how they would evaluate a claim like that. Send pictures?

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Blood tests that’s how

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@garrigan62, I was talking about how my home insurance would cover the cost if my plants were stolen.

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What happened to your shoulder? Too much fapping??

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The rodder cup was gone muscles torn like 5 operations in one

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Wow. Probably long over due, hopefully that didn’t happen all at once. Hope you recover well.

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Hey man. Hoping you had a good Thanksgiving. Question…why “mexican” bat guano for veg? Some guanos i see are non area descriptive. Some say vegitative or flowering. Some say nothing. @garrigan62

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Ok … this is what I have on this : ready…lol
I use Mexican for vegg and Jamacan for flower when you flip to 12/12 stop the Mexican
When buying always check the N. P. K ON THE PACKAGE OK
GUANOS COME IN THESE FLAVORS:

Desert Bat Guano: 8-4-1
Dry-Bar Cave Bat Guano: 3-10-1
Fossilized Seabird Guano: 1-10-1
Pelleted Peruvian Seabird Guano: 10-10-2.5 or 12-12-2.5
Peruvian Seabird Guano: 10-10-2
Original Sea Bird Guano: 13-12-2
Indonesian Bat Guano: 0.5-12-0.2, 0-12-0 or 1-12-0
Jamaican Bat Guano: 1-10-0.2
Mexican Bat Guano: 10-2-1
Bat Guano: 10-3-1
Marine Bird Guano: 0-12-1

Most Guanos are made into teas at about 3TBS/Gal for full strength.
Many of them say 2TBS/Gal on the package but mature pot plants can
usually handle more. We make our teas with a little heat and frequent
stirring to speed up the process.

When choosing a good type of guano, the price, for one, often
reflects the quality. Better guanos are also usually heavier than
their lower-quality counterparts. Lower-quality guanos are typically
much lighter & softer, very much like a bag of vermiculite. The 10-3-1 Bat Guano
is commonly one of the low quality ones. For a high-Nitrogen vegging bat guano,
the 8-4-1 Desert Bat Guano is usually the best.

There’s Mexican which is high in nitrogen so its good for vegging and
then there’s indonesian and jamaican which are high in phosphorous.

Potassium is commonly the primary flowering nutrient so be sure to get
ahold of a good source of K. A strong dose of K when the plants go into
flowering can cause flowers to begin forming within a few days. Strong,
organic sources of Potassium aren’t easy to come by locally. Here’s the
best stuff we’ve found so far:

http://www.planetnatural.com/site/organic-potash.html

You can use kelp meal for your K. You should be able to find it at a feed store. or Amazon

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Thanks man. Much appreciated. Got 2 JH autos going. No lights, good sun inside. Just an experiment out of shear boredom. Thinking indoor grow after the holidays are done. Journaling. Should be interesting.:wink::sunglasses: