MAN CAVE NO.1: People! Your plants that "fall over" or "die and go over" or whatever are NOT DYING. The poppy plant NORMALLY DOES THIS. It grows to just a bit bigger than a sprout or so and then it lays on its side. THIS IS NORMAL. It will continue growing after it makes a bit of a base on the ground. I also discovered I was doing it wrong when I tried to support the plant. It needs some wind to strengthen its stem.
Again, as I've said before.....know your laws where you live! Don't don't DON'T BREAK THE LAW! It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW YOUR RIGHTS and what will get you in trouble.
Help and love others is a great philosophy but so is "I wouldn't do that crap if I was you!!!" BE SMART and don't risk trouble over growing some plants!
PolitischTourette: Poppies are Gods gift to humans who suffer from physical and mental pain. It is a shame that the failed drug policy world wide is still targeting this great remedy thanks to outdated illegal status. Respect the Poppy and it will respect you, abuse it ..it will abuse you back ...
patriot kinvolk: NO PLANT should be 'illegal'! End the phony and self-destructive "War on drugs".
btstv: One more thing....as I always say. KNOW THE LAW. Right or not, if you break the law you risk consequences. I do not encourage anyone to break the law. Ok? Cheers.
btstv: For all those asking about SEEDS, just go to eBay and order them. Just type in "P.Somniferum seeds" or "breadseed poppy seeds" or something like that. Just read the descriptions and you'll know which are good. Mixed varieties are best I think and plant outside if you can or give them a breeze and DON'T do what I did and support them. Let them get strong on their own. Best is to start indoors in Feb or Mar....NOW! and then when they get to some size take them outside! You can also just throw TONS of seed down in one area as soon as it thaws.
Adrienne Yocina: Unfortunately I also had a bout of MITES. I used organic sprays and finally got rid of them but that is what made me make the decision to buy a small tent for mine. It keeps them private and also away from my cat (who like to nap in the dirt and I think that is where the mites came from)
Adrienne Yocina: I also used Fluorescents...and also used FABRIC POTS, worked GREAT! Awesome air circulation to the roots. I had GREAT success with APTUS brand time release fertilizer pellets.
noversibirsk: How large did your Giganteum pods get?
grimmerMD: Song is almost as good as the opium...almost.
Tyler Durden: The plant is very beautiful, but I just want the opium....hey I'm being honest. I know I'll never get it, I have never seen opium, and I've been clean 12 years, but I still want it.
br katz: Thanks for the video. The reason I watched it was to know if they will START indoors. You said you started them in November which is cool weather that they like. I normally grow them from late March - June in Kentucky outside and they love it.
Reggie Singleton: Who the freak cares if some old white wanks want to stop people from growing natural products, because some dumb asses get high off of it. Who gives you the power to band anything just because dumb people use it to get high, and and then the white wanks just manufacture morphine and codeine in front of our face. freak them, I like white, brown, orange or black people, I just hate these I claimed america and control this and that and started a new world government freakers...... Good day!!!
UNICEF UnitedStatesFund: nice how did you grow this? arent poppy seeds weak? and lastly what did you feed your poppy?
Jerry K.: Flowering triggers are a combination of maturity, light spectrum, and day/night duration. PSoms typically begin stretching into flower as the day/night duration shifts into around 11/13, not 16/8, and as the light spectrum rises more out of red towards blue - seasonally, spring into early summer. They stretch naturally before flower but they do stay shorter with more light and less stress. Some strains can be more stretchy just as a matter of genetics.
Haleigh267: Opium poppies are long day plants. Which really means short night as research later found. But Papaver Somniferum requires approximately 16 hrs. of day length to stimulate their bloom phase. It's actually more complicated than that. You can research the photoperiod of papaver somniferum which there is a lot of scientific research on. There are two or three photosensitive phases. During the photosensitive phases the plant must experience a certain number of long days/short nights.
luffararne: Google this: grow/deaopiumgrowguide
There you go, the DEA opium guide, better hurry call the police hahahaha.. Like they have anything to say when CIA run the drug industry, your just silly and programmed in school to think you know sh!t, you know nothing until you you let go of that programming and do research into it yourself.. STOP being a dumb sheep!
luffararne: And the police will really care, roflol.. ..you keep drinking your Fluoride, keep it up your being a good slave and will be rewarded later on when in a Fema camp near you. Snitch society how lovely, lol
Matt P: BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
lloydscoptor: I don't think Sting, Andy summers, or Stewart Copeland give a crap about some guy growing poppy's