Backyard Cannabis Farming 2019 - Episode 14: Greenhouse Wind Damage Repair, Caterpillar Infestation Solutions, Releasing Beneficial Bugs, Recognizing Botrytis, Washing Flowers, How to Half a Plant, & Garden Security

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This are amazing buds!!!!

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Thank you, it was not an easy challenge to get them this time.

I wish I can be there to look at Cannabis...man..you posted a tempteful plants..hah..:))
Thanks for sharing with on NaturalProducts.Today and I hope you can read our guidelines using #naturalproducts here.

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Hi there, thank you for the link to the posting rules. I certainly have fulfilled all the criteria listed in the guidelines bulletpoints you linked here, however I do have one question. While I happened to also cite two credible sources (.edu and a notorious cannabis grow bible) in this post, with all else being original content, I noticed there is a slight contradiction in your posting rules.

The two that collide are as follows:

Original content only
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Must source media that is not your own

You can only have one or the other, you cannot have ONLY original content and also cite content that is not your own, that is impossible. In this post however I do have both, but I do not always cite sources unless I deem in necessary to prove the validity of my accounts.

Let me know what your thoughts are on this, you may want to slightly re-word these guidelines. I usually only use the #naturalproducts tag when I am posting about my organic cannabis cultivation methods, or eco-conscious clothing creation/promotion. I may also use it with future posts about wire wrapping jewelry with silver and natural gems, and organic permaculture gardening using heirloom non-GMO genetics.

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@elamental, you're right! same happened to me after a lot of NTRL staking and original content ONLY :)
Now I'm powering down this token :)
So I can vote for your post now, while still having them :P

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Thanks for the support. I hope you got something useful out of it. Do you grow cannabis flowers?

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Hehe... I have some experience during the past 20 years, but in my home country it is still a delicate question, although in our neighbor countries medical crop is being now grown by big companies. For example in Greece, where my second home could be ;)
Been on the first EXPO last year:
https://busy.org/@trayan/balkanabis-1st-cannabis-expo-in-greece

@elamental We admire all the people who are dedicated to sowing, we know that it is a difficult job and must be done with much dedication and if something goes wrong, re-plan and start again, we wish you success.

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In this case if something goes wrong... take all steps necessary to help them survive until completion. These plants are coming down now and are yielding results despite all this season's hardships. Hard work, investment, and dedication pays off even in the worst circumstances. Bless up.

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Oh congratulations, my friend