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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Lol same applies to you karsa... you do you... if yer blunt be blunt man that's who you are lol no point fukin about is there some people fuck about too much and never get the point across... Always a positive mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsa View Post
    I'm waiting for my neighbour. He's getting an Oz in and taken the weekend off so we're trialling the 20 games Xbox sent him with his Xbox One X then it's smoke and game sesh

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Jealous man I'm on scrapings out my jbox till I get stuff later laying the kitchen floor today can not be fucked in the slightest lmao

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    Use rox once or twice. Didn't want to use it on all my plants at the time so fed it to one of the 4 in both grows. Taste was no different, no coughing or harsh taste. Just made everything hard as nails.
    Would I use it again, yes if I needed to kill stretch.
    I'm guessing depends on what dose you use it, the rox bottle states 3-5ml per litre I think.
    Sure I used it at 0.25 or 0.5 per litre and it worked a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmshop View Post
    Use rox once or twice. Didn't want to use it on all my plants at the time so fed it to one of the 4 in both grows. Taste was no different, no coughing or harsh taste. Just made everything hard as nails.
    Would I use it again, yes if I needed to kill stretch.
    I'm guessing depends on what dose you use it, the rox bottle states 3-5ml per litre I think.
    Sure I used it at 0.25 or 0.5 per litre and it worked a treat.
    Useful info farmshop thanks

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    Why does it stop the stretch?


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lost Soul View Post
    Why does it stop the stretch?


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    Cause it’s a pgr plant growth regulator



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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lost Soul View Post
    Why does it stop the stretch?


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    The synthetic Pgrs hinder the distribution of gibberelins the plants main hormone for stem elongation.

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    Well when you put it like that 👍


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    Interesting read Guys.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    The synthetic Pgrs hinder the distribution of gibberelins the plants main hormone for stem elongation.
    I may be very wrong but is it not auxins which promote stem elongation?

    My high school biology is dodgy years on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stirl_420_SA View Post
    I may be very wrong but is it not auxins which promote stem elongation?

    My high school biology is dodgy years on.

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    Your memory serves you very well stirl

    There is more than one plant hormone, 5 if I remember correctly. Auxins and giberelins are both plant hormones which work in similar ways. Promoting stem elongation. I opted to list gibberellins because one of the main ingredients in a pgr is paclobutrazol. Paclobrutazol is a known inhibitor of the gibberellin hormone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    Your memory serves you very well stirl

    There is more than one plant hormone, 5 if I remember correctly. Auxins and giberelins are both plant hormones which work in similar ways. Promoting stem elongation. I opted to list gibberellins because one of the main ingredients in a pgr is paclobutrazol. Paclobrutazol is a known inhibitor of the gibberellin hormone.
    Good bit of knowledge there (:
    Not that I'll be using the pgrs

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