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more questions to ask about things in witch to know by that guy - Wed, 22 Apr 2015 02:23:27 EST ID:gJ9+XINy No.139113 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so i was thinking about teying.out auto flowering can anyone recommends a auto strain with some kick a indica would be nice also.....pic is from the first snow we got this year


blue mh by Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 18:32:02 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139035 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im trying to find 150 watt mh that will veg. I can only find 4k bulbs that are mogul based. What do? I can only find the hortilux bulbs as low as 250 watt. What other bulb manufacturers are there that specialize in blue mh?

the blue mh would really help pack as many nodes in as possible especially when i plan on growing ghost train haze sativa in a 2x2x5 space
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Isabella Hindleville - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 18:48:30 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.139036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139035

There's no need to start another thread, your first one is right below this.

nb
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Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 19:43:42 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139036
ventilation and color temperature are different topics
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Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 19:52:01 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
MODS MODS

Can you remove this thread since there is a similar thread on the other page?
"what color spectrum by question on vegitive growth and lights

Thanks
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Hedda Brookstock - Wed, 22 Apr 2015 02:15:22 EST ID:gJ9+XINy No.139111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139038
Lol that's my old dead post lol


Great start to my weed plants! by Phoebe Brisslestitch - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 14:17:31 EST ID:M/rmQ9h4 No.139091 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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After germination, only 3 out of 8 seeds sprouted. Those 3 seeds are growing AMAZING though! I'm using just regular soil with moss for nutrients with rain water. The plants are just sitting on the windowsill. Is this a normal sprout time? Seems pretty fast to me. (First time growing weed)

Left is side of pic is day 1 and right side is day 2!
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David Brookbanks - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 14:23:24 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For natural grows, April is a perfect month to start. The plants sprout pretty quick, they grow leaves faster when there's direct sunlight available (don't grow in a deep pot unless you're prepared to use support sticks, the stem goes ridiculously tall).
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Phoebe Brisslestitch - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 14:59:33 EST ID:M/rmQ9h4 No.139095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139092
I planned on going from solo cups to outside more then likely.


Weird, what happened? by Phoebe Brollerdale - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 14:39:06 EST ID:Ao/gOPzP No.139016 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So the cakes started pinning from the bottom, they grew to this size under the cake.( that's why they look smashed) I flipped them over now to grow properly but Will they..?
I guess they should be okay but is this a common. Thing that happens?

Comments and questions please
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Simon Hemblelirk - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:10:35 EST ID:UQA+/fK6 No.139049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Quickie uncommon problem solved.

As usuall patients is essential.

After flipping many new pins appeared and some of pins continued growth
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Eugene Clunningnet - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:51:37 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.139053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pinning in places you don't want is common. I get side pins often during bulk grows, and have been toying around with way to fix it, and so far, taping the bottom while using a liner has worked. For these guys, I shine a light above them so they know where to grow, and try to expose them to the top, where I can at least harvest their caps.
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Nigger Creppernit - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 15:43:03 EST ID:zM/zWdRq No.139063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is also happening with my grow (first time). a few are trying to poke out through the sides but there is plastic in the way and a few heads at the bottom. should i cut the plastic and take it all off or flip it or just leave it as it is? they havent broken through the top yet and only 2 so far are growing up and out of the side.
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Leprechronic !ypaJvP0mRQ - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 23:12:36 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.139079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139063
Leave em; thankfully, even if they don't "breach," you can still harvest them much later on. The fruiting bodies won't rot if left there (otherwise, that'd be a really shitty vector of disease, one that the mushroom takes steps to prevent).

To get at those side pins, position a light above them. It won't have all of them turning upwards, but it'll give new fruits and still growing fruits some direction. Once they start to breach in places that aren't "open" (the cake has colonized so that the liner is pinned to the side), just pull the plastic up and back, giving the fruits a hole to exit from.

Otherwise, let them be, and when you feel the cake is dying or not going to produce yields you want, harvest the entire top, flip it over, and harvest everything on the bottom and sides. Not aesthetically appealing, but it still contains psilocybin.
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Fucking Sissleville - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 12:47:04 EST ID:IZ4f9IAz No.139089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139079

alright thanks for the tip mate


San Pedro by Sidney Fagglebanks - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 13:47:20 EST ID:CymmP3Py No.138981 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I posted this on /psy/ but I feel like it might be more appropriate here.

I've been interested in growing San Pedro or Peruvian Torch(and eventually making mescaline acetate via d-Limonene mescaline extraction) and I heard you can buy the cacti at Home Deport/Lowes/Nurseries but when do they start selling cacti? I live in New York so maybe never? Would it just be better to buy it online? If yes where's the best place to buy it? Or feel free to leave just general advice.
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Jack Pennerstock - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 03:30:28 EST ID:pbQnN6E1 No.139055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://www.cactusplaza.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=san+pedro
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Beatrice Sillystone - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 17:27:42 EST ID:Ny6o/XdI No.139066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139031
Seconding this ime, ecpecially if you have reasonably well-draining soil, and I've heard a layer of gravel on top helps prevent base rot too.
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Whitey Blathershaw - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 16:27:22 EST ID:CymmP3Py No.139073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139031
>>139066
So like cactus soil? 5 parts compost and 2 parts peat moss/vermiculite/coir? I assume draining too fast wouldn't be an issue for cacti like it is for a lot of plants?

Thanks for the input btw.
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Henry Brookworth - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 16:40:08 EST ID:pixqIc1P No.139074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
San Pedro's are hardy as fuck, had mine outside for the summer in Sweden. Friend kept it in the trunk of his car for about a month in the winter before that, those bastards survive anything.
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Hedda Gallyhere - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 17:50:48 EST ID:uM+BZhqs No.139075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139073

I've always just used plain jane storebought cactus mix. I suppose that would work, maybe add some perlite. Basically just make sure it drains/dries out reasonably quickly.


Placing weed outside by Hamilton Madgehone - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 05:05:03 EST ID:r5NVRy/D No.139069 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey ya'll, I got a dilemma:

I have little weed plants indoors I want to put them outdoors. By now they are ready for it, it's been 3 weeks since I put the seeds in the soil.
However, when I put them outdoors there's no coming back. For the next week, weather is sunny and 18 degrees celcius in the afternoon, so that's perfect. After that however, it's gonna be a slightly shittier week with temperatures as low as 13 degrees celcius in the afternoon, and less sunny.

So I either wait for another two weeks and they might grow too big for indoors, or I put them outdoors and they have a slightly less ideal week. What do?
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Lillian Fashham - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 05:53:05 EST ID:DEeSQZOC No.139071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If it's a healthy rooted plant by then, it should be okay, but you might want to cover them if it's going to be colder than that for any stretch of time.


quick question by Polly Funderlock - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 22:44:48 EST ID:EjH1b0U8 No.139022 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It is really neccessary to sterilize vermiculite if your going to put it in jars with substrate and boil all the contaminants out?
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Barnaby Sengerfidge - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 09:36:48 EST ID:EjH1b0U8 No.139041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139039
>I HAVE EVEN MORE QUESTIONS
is it better to store innoculated subtrate jars in the dark?
does it matter at all?
is light better?
google gives no definite answers
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George Widdlechut - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 17:21:37 EST ID:uM+BZhqs No.139042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139041

www.shroomery.org

here is your new google
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Clara Cangerville - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 21:20:54 EST ID:EjH1b0U8 No.139047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139042
you dont think i went there first dumbass?
there are no definitive answers to my question
thank you for nothing
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Clara Cangerville - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:00:19 EST ID:EjH1b0U8 No.139048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139047
sorry for being an asshole
i just really did check
i have them covered for now
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Hedda Gallyhere - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 00:06:18 EST ID:uM+BZhqs No.139068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139048
It's ok, I wasn't trying to be a jerk, but saying you really shouldn't come here for advice. There are way too many novices trying to teach. No one to stop them from repeating stupid bullshit.
/rant

Anyways, make sure you aren't reading stuff that is old as shit and maybe cross reference it to what a few well known posters say. Just put them on a shelf. Light doesn't matter as long as you aren't leaving them in the sun. Don't leave the foil on or play with them or any of that stupid bullshit. You might put them into a plastic tub if your place is a bit chilly.


Dunking by Nigel Sepperham - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 16:25:38 EST ID:/jzflivU No.139064 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Innovate and share.
cabable 3-4 cakes a double gulpp
easy and effective.


Good places to buy marijuana seeds online by Sophie Blannerford - Sun, 05 Apr 2015 12:04:44 EST ID:UnzhK0jq No.138893 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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topic says most of it.

I'm looking for good trusted websites that sell seeds online and has a good variety of strains and that will ship to Norway.
Anyone?
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Basil Sennerchitch - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 11:49:11 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.139003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138997
Why would a dealer have seeds? I have feminized seeds for my own use, but I don't just have extra seeds laying around that I can throw around to newbies.

If the "dealer" can buy seeds online, then so can you.
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Sidney Bardson - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 12:23:43 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138997
>That's where babies come from
I don't want to know what kind of fucked up sexual relationship you have with your dealer, but seeds come from seedbanks/growers.
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Shitting Hanningbury - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 10:10:58 EST ID:UnzhK0jq No.139059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138994

>Unfortunately we cannot ship this product to your country.
well, thanks though.. in the end I ended up ordering from amsterdammarijuanaseeds.com, it has a lot of good reviews and a wide selection of seeds. I love the fact they have a seed table showing all the traits of the seeds in a easy to sort and read list
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Shitting Hanningbury - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 10:25:50 EST ID:UnzhK0jq No.139060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138997
OP here and ^^

funny you should say that, one year ago when I visited Colombia I bought a bag with a nugget from a street vendor (sitting outside the police station!) and it had a little seed in it.

while waiting for my LED lamps and other equipment I put it in a wet cotton ball and put it in the window. it sprouted and started growing but I almost killed it by accident when I opened the window and a freezing breeze came which gave it frostbite and destroyed two out of the four leafs on it :o

sturdy little bugger though, I've put it under a dome and it's growing nicely now, bathing in light, giving it a 20/4 cycle. pics to follow immediately
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Shitting Hanningbury - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 11:29:34 EST ID:UnzhK0jq No.139062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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taken just now.
I've been only giving it water but I see I need to get me some nutrients for it soon. first thing I'll do tomorrow is run to the stores when they open and get me everything it needs to grow strong.

really curious to see what it will grow into though.
>any thoughts? what kind of weed do Colombians grow?


Question by Angus Drindlewill - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 04:54:52 EST ID:gogTi+Cp No.137701 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I heard that psylocibin mushrooms don't give the same high: you can't have the same grams every time and expect the same potency every time.

Are mushrooms grown from the same spores an exception? Can I expect some consistency from them?
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Leprechronic !ypaJvP0mRQ - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 20:37:44 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.137998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137997
Hehehehe...
My friend, I'm going to start using a tripcode, make my things a little easier.
I love growing mushrooms, and it's been quite the learning experience.
Near everyday or every other day, I'm taking down notes on my grow op. It's not on a digital format, so it'd take some time before I got them onto here; however, I will discuss interesting finds.

First off, PF Tek is the simplest way to grow mushrooms, also probably the fastest. I still make PF tek jars just because it's a fantastic learning experience (and a nice way to pull a few grams quickly).
Limitations are really on colonizing speed (it's quite slow) and yield (it's quite low).

If it's your second try, I recommend staying with the PF tek for a little bit. Get used to injecting, cleaning, grow room conditions, etc. Once you've got your skills honed a little bit, I'd recommend making a mono-tub fruiting chamber, and trying out some bulk grows.

I very much love bulk; while colonizing, you can shake the jar, which will redistribute colonized grains so that they creep onto the uncolonized ones. This speeds up colonization times anywhere from 1-2 weeks. Not to mention the yield you get out of bulk.... It's incredible, it really is. As a result, mono-tub bulk growing is what I'm doing right now.

Some general tips on better grows:
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Ebenezer Sullergold - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 15:19:51 EST ID:VeVG5WE7 No.138032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137910
>Try erowid; the reason I ask is so that what ever you may discover can be shared with the world, somehow. I don't particularly care you disseminate the information, as long as it's gotten out to others, so that at least there's the chance that someone may benefit from your work.

Will do when I'll do it!
Thanks again for all the help. I'm glad other people are benefiting from it, too!
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madjelly - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 08:27:08 EST ID:EjH1b0U8 No.139012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>137912
Im with the dude yo
>>137711
>In my extensive research, I've found that a 33% rye substrate produces the most potent mushrooms in general. BRF produces the worse. Its related to the amount of Tryptophan in the substrate.
>>137715
>excess hydroxide appears to be necessary (just a fancy way of saying the substrate should be basic) and is easily done by adding gypsum, crushed seashell, etc.

sooo going by you guys, thanks for the awesome info btw, hallowed be your names nigel and pris,
whats the best ratio of subtrate materials you think would be?
im a first time grower and going brf pftek for now
but the next one will be GLORIOUS
so i would very much appreciate opinions
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Jarvis Hurryfuck - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 00:23:16 EST ID:N1wXAYER No.139026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139012
you can buy rye flower, and it can be used in place of the BRF with literally no extra effort or adaptations.

Just make sure it hasn't been treated with a fungicide and you're good to go.
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Betsy Figglebure - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 05:27:30 EST ID:uM+BZhqs No.139057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137711

FOUNDED UPON BOLOGNE


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2x2x5 grow 250 watt hps/mh

how many cfm if I'm not using a cooltube?
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Molly Sullypadging - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:43:50 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rule of thumb is one cubic meter per hour per watt.

That comes to ~150cfm for a 250W HPS. You can use less, it all depends on the outside temperature.
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Molly Sullypadging - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:47:47 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also 250W is overkill for that small space, you won't get more yield than a 150W HPS would have.
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Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 15:27:52 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139018
that's is what i believe but many forums seem to promote the 250 watt club. the major reason why i want 250 is because i want to have a self contained ballast for hps and mh. i would go with 150 watt if this was the case but im still searching....

additionally i want to do a single plant grow and just scrog, lst, and crop the shit out of it. so i suppose that is all the more reason to go with the 150watt..

any suggestions on the 150 watt hps/mh self contained ballast would be much appreciated
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Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:00:21 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I found this. Its a bit pricey but I'd be saving electricity.

Any thoughts?
http://ilighting.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=73
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Lydia Sazzlechore - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:07:33 EST ID:+vRBlklO No.139034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139017
correct me if im wrong

so 1 meter=3.2804
3.2804^3=35.3

2x2x5=20
20/35.3=.567
.567*250=141.643 cfm


ITS ONLY SMELLS by Emma Semmerville - Tue, 14 Apr 2015 07:09:36 EST ID:2onIEkQs No.139000 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you farmers mask the stank?

What are your best tricks and tipperoos for someone who wants to keep the stank on the inside?

ALSO WHAT IF I CANT SMELL
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Nell Blembledat - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 11:37:06 EST ID:2onIEkQs No.139015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139014

My sides. You sir win this thread.

But seriously what can I do oh god
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Molly Sullypadging - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:57:45 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How can I take TT serious

>>139013
Google "sealed grow room"
It's not what you expecting.
It's high end systems with split air conditioning and co2. People to it because at a certain scale you can't simply suck enough air through to get rid of all the heat and humidity and because it's more effective for co2.

In low end systems NFW.
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Betsy Duckforth - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 23:08:19 EST ID:2onIEkQs No.139023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139019

I don't know what TT is but thanks for letting me know it is expensive and shitty to fix this the known way.

Also what is NFW?

Are there any plants that mask the smell aside from stout pines like blue spruce in a Christmas tree farm?
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Eliza Honeyhall - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 23:14:41 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139023
This Thread
No Fucking Way

And no there is no way to grow indoors without a carbon filter. If that is "expensive" (it's really not), outdoor season has just started.
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Graham Wiffingneg - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 12:19:49 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139014
>TFW living on a top floor of a building
>TFW actually smoke so much that a blanket of dank scent hits you the moment you take one step inside
>TFW growing goes completely unnoticed here


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