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The episode saw the show's hosts, Adam Ferrara, Tanner Foust, and Rutledge Wood, becoming amateur logging truckers in Washington. The episode premiered on the the 1st of July, 2014. The episode is somewhat of a continuation of an earlier episode of the show titled Big Rigs, which aired as part of the show's second series. Adam, Tanner, and Rutledge are sent to a remote location in Washington to try their hand at driving logging trucks. They are challenged to each transport a full-load of logs from the forest to a nearby mill. First, they must complete a series of challenges including a drag race and a test of their perceptions of the width of their trucks. The Top Gear USA cast is playing with the really big toys this week. In this sequel for Season Two’s Big Rigs, Rutledge Wood, Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara are heading out on the open road to haul some logs. Perhaps it’s best that they avoid urban areas this time around, since the last time an innocent civilian’s car was destroyed. Tune into History Channel at 9:00pm EST to catch all the fun! Tanner, Adam and Rutledge take on two of the top ten most dangerous jobs in America at once when they each get keys to a logging truck, and instructions to pick up and deliver as many logs as possible in a remote Washington location. Join us on Twitter as we live-tweet the episode with the fans and the cast. (Photo Credit: Matthew McDermott, © 2014 BBC Worldwide Ltd. “All Rights Reserved”) 2007 Kenworth Longnose, 2005 Peterbilt Longnose, 1991 Kenworth Longnose. (Photo Credit: Matthew McDermott, © 2014 BBC Worldwide Ltd. “All Rights Reserved”) Rutledge, Tanner and Adam check out the bridge before they drive across. (Photo Credit: Alec Weinstein © 2014 BBC Worldwide Ltd. “All Rights Reserved”) Stems of cannabis plants turning purple, how do I fix this? My cannabis plants are young (growing in soil indoors with sunlight and my leaves are medium sized) yet my main stems are turning purple from the top downwards. Answer: When a cannabis plant or seedling has a purple stem without any other signs of problems, it is often the result of genetics. However, sometimes you’ll see red stems (pictured below) which are often caused by light exposure (kind of like a “tan”), nutrient deficiencies, various types of stress, poor environment, or pH problems. Wait a week or two before making any alterations if your plant otherwise appears healthy and is growing fast. If there are no other symptoms and the rest of the plant is growing fast and healthy, red stems usually aren’t a big deal.
As long as you’re continuing to take good care of your plant and responding quickly to any other problems, you should be okay. These red stems were caused by transplant shock and overall stress, but the clone just needed some TLC and time to grow out of it. If you believe there is a nutrient problem with your cannabis plant, for example, if your plant is also growing slowly or the leaves are discolored , then the plant may be suffering from… Incorrect pH – The pH being too high or too low at the roots is the most common reason to see a nutrient deficiency) Magnesium deficiency can cause purple stems. A good cannabis-friendly nutrient system has a significant amount of magnesium, but if you’re using very soft water, or RO water, you may need to add a Cal-Mag to your nutrient regimen. Temperature – Heat or especially cold can trigger red stems in some places. Big temperature fluctuations can also do it even if the temperature is in a good range. Humidity – Very high or low humidity can stress plants (especially young seedlings) Other types of stress such as light burn, transplant shock, or overwatering can trigger red stems Sometimes you’ll never know why and plants just grow out of it 🙂 Why Do My Marijuana Plants Have Purple Stems, Stalks, Petioles?
Most cannabis growers worry if we see purple stems, stalks, and petioles on our marijuana plants. The color of leaves, stems, stalks, and petioles are a big part of our marijuana plant’s language as it tries to tell us if it’s happy or suffering. Purple stems may be telling you that your plants will grow slower, buds will form slowly, buds will be smaller and less developed. Purple stems, stalks, and petioles may be a warning sign of problems with nutrients, root zone pH, plant health, or grow room environment. A stressed cannabis plant will often have purple stems and other parts.