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    what do you do when your plants get so heavy with bud weight the wind up with mud sand dirt bath?
    Tried a few approaches wondering how others have tried to deal with it.

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    If it weren'y for PF and the talks of ice curing, I'd never prob tried given them a shower.
    Anyway cool water let soak for a few minutes to loosen the biggest hunks and chunks!
    then a brisk back n forth under the water, then to the drunken shower.
    managing to get the bigger part off. Just have to let sit on fan to blow off the surface water.
    these will be dried seperate to ensure there is no cross contamination if they do have issues.
    The mud was so bad on a mother that was seeded on a lower branch that I found a germing seed with an inch tail!
    They seen 2 of the wickedest storms that just dumped rain and pounded the heavier gals lowers branches to the ground.

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    dam sorry to here bro .yah i had a few branches get knocked in the mud.tried rinsein em in cold water then dring .but stiill full of dirt .so i made some bho with it and its grate cant tell it was dirt coverd .thats wat i did

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    yer doing about all ya can,,,
    was a hell of a storm,,,, damn,,,

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    shit 3 weeks before mine started flowern .they got hit with 4 inches of hail .i was floored.thaut i was done looked like 1000000 louckus had ate half of everything purfect holes in every leaf branches broke off .a green pile of leafs under every plant. but to my amazment they thrived .strange soco weather

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    Hard to tell what ones were washed and those not.
    as long as they were left with the fan blowing any surface water off they seemed un-affected.
    The plan will be to create something like a cage to keep em off the ground, however this year they would probably snapped off.
    I said it befor this year will be long remembered for the un-summer like season we ended up with!

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