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Subject to. by Doris Pockfuck - Sat, 06 May 2017 14:46:51 EST ID:Bn5uIhk/ No.144683 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I found these two pairs of palo verde pea pods.
They were growing outside on the same street. But they came from different host plants.

Notice one pod has a tiny bug egg.
The other pair is sickly looking and quite thin.


Aerocloners by Shit Banningshaw - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 00:11:58 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144654 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I just got a cheap 18 site cloning bucket.
This thing is umm....crazy...

I stuck three cuttings from a GSC Extreme mother on Tuesday. Ran it per instructions and used their nutes and shit.

Usually, when I clone, the cuttings droop a bit and look like, well, like they have been cut off a plant.

In this cloner? Fucking standing straight and tall and perfectly green. You would think they already had a root system. No sign of stress at all. Post some pics tomorrow when the lights are out. Really impressed. Easy to setup and seems to be working. Hopefully, by Tuesday I will have some roots!
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Phoebe Trotridge - Fri, 05 May 2017 16:05:54 EST ID:HfyHNtvz No.144676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144654
i've seen these aero misters used for cloning through looking at aeroponics. Not much help from me though. Would be interested in knowing more about aeroponics though.
nb
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Edward Sizzleshit - Sat, 06 May 2017 13:32:43 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144676
Surprisingly easy. I get the impression full-on aeroponics is much harder. This is simple. Like, 5 minutes and it was running. Already had my first clone root. Sadly, I fucked up the next day and forgot to plug in the bucket after moving it, and she died. Power outages will fuck you hard on this.

Really effective though. I was all "Aeroponics? Isn't that some Wesley Crusher level shit?" and then discovered that this was really basic.


questions by Ebenezer Harrytock - Fri, 05 May 2017 02:17:36 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Questions:

-Would a 600w LED light be enough for 6 well rooted clones? The plan is to put them immediately into flower.

-What size space should be used? Is 3'x3' enough?
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Ebenezer Harrytock - Fri, 05 May 2017 11:50:07 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144673
I smoke .5g a day, often don't smoke during the week too. Trust me it wouldn't take much to keep me permanently stocked.

Depending on how far along the clones are when I get them, I might veg them for a bit too.

>>144674
I can legally grow 12 plants total, only 6 of which can be in flower. Technically speaking the state constitution makes it so I can have under 25 plants, but I'm not gonna push it.
So the plan is to immediately flower 6 clones, while I also veg 3-6 clones.
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Phoebe Duffingmune - Fri, 05 May 2017 16:29:53 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144675
people veg a few weeks for a reason -you get so much more

will you get a popcorn nug or 2 top from each clone
willing to spend 2 months on that ??!?!
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Edward Sizzleshit - Fri, 05 May 2017 21:44:37 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144677
This.
Growth in plants is based on their surface area, the light they can get, and their nutes.

If you are getting all the nutes there...you need to have some time to simply build up leaf mass. As the leaf mass builds up, the plant gets exponentially bigger.

I do DWC, so I can literally see how much my plant consumes in water/nutes a day. My 4" clone right now, who is doing really great...is drinking milliliters. In three weeks, it will be closer to 1/4 gallon. A day. My big girls whom I just threw into flower are sucking down 1/2 gallon+ a day.

That is a massive difference. Trust me, it is worth the extra month or so of veg.
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Priscilla Driblingmire - Sat, 06 May 2017 00:22:26 EST ID:fzLly51z No.144679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144678
>>144677

As I said, if the plants were too small, they would get a little veg first.
>Depending on how far along the clones are when I get them, I might veg them for a bit too.

The picture I posted is just the only clone picture any dispensary around had that wasn't a tiny pic of several rows of clones in a display. It's like 50 miles away or so, and I'm probably never going to it, meaning that I likely would never get clones from them, unless they had a strain I really wanted. So please, stop focusing on it. Neither of my questions have been answered.

I also don't want to grow megaplants or anything, and I don't want high as fuck yields. I'm a mega lightweight. Half a gram gives me enough smoke sessions to be high from noon to when I go to bed at around 10 or 11, and enough extra for a wake n' bake the next morning.

I don't want to grow too much, basically. I only am growing for myself, and if I keep the yields down this run then I can have a next run without a stupid amount of surplus. If I can squeeze about 2 ounces out of 6 plants this first run, I'm happy. If I fail to do that, no big deal, there will be bigger plants after.
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Edward Sizzleshit - Sat, 06 May 2017 13:29:48 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144679
Actually, it is easier with bigger plants. And we aren't talking 10 foot tall vegged-since-December-in-Humboldt beasts. We are talk two feet.

The big advantage with a bigger plant is that you have more of a buffer for your fuck ups. Little plants die from a lack of things or too much of something far quicker than a bigger plant.

Trust me, veg for 4 weeks and you will find it easier. It does help. And then if you get too much yield, gift some away. Not sure about your concern there.


Low budget grow by Cyril Buzzwater - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 14:04:56 EST ID:dsasbArh No.143979 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Heyheyy, welcome to my grow journal.
Pull up a chair and lets find out what we can achieve with the most basic equipment.
The seeds sprouted at 21.12, they had a hard time the first couple of weeks.
I didn't realize that running 24/0 light cycles was seriously stunting the growth.
Saw immediate improvement when the cycle was changed to 18/6.
The more I know.
The first pic is from 29.1
There wasn't much to document before this time.

>The strains
Seedsman - Somango (feminized)
Pyramid - Anesthesia (feminized)

>The gear
-One 120w full spectrum LED panel.
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Nicholas Drunningstag - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 16:45:37 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144618
Pretty sure the plants treat sucrose as sucrose and have little opinion on the matter.

Molasses is around 20% sucrose, so the shit is going in no matter what...
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op - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:14:10 EST ID:MmX0svil No.144632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn, I can't catch a break.

Found some tiny mold spots on a few nugs.
Glad I noticed when I did, cause that could've spread pretty fast.

Culled the whole thing to minimize the loss.
I know I could've just snip out the moldy parts and let her go on.
But didn't really seem worthwhile at this point.

So I guess this concludes the journal.

Things really didn't end up going as well as I hoped.
But, that's what I get for having a shitty setup and trying to get a huge yield.

I hope that this journal can help someone who's new to growing.
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op - Mon, 01 May 2017 09:26:33 EST ID:baE/7Nxe No.144666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Eyy final update
Gonna drop a few pics that I managed to take.
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op - Mon, 01 May 2017 09:28:56 EST ID:baE/7Nxe No.144667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Heres a blurry pic of the mold I found.
There was like four buds that were affected so I got off easy.
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op - Mon, 01 May 2017 09:38:25 EST ID:baE/7Nxe No.144668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And the danks themselves.
I got about 40-50 grams dry.
Been blazing since the chopping so there's no way to tell surely.

The smoke is pretty awesome. Definitely full-on indica.
It hits pretty hard and wake n' bakes are getting on a narcotic-high kind of level.
But in the end it just gets you kinda sleepy and really hungry.

The buds smell pretty funky. It's kinda like a mix of pine forest and chloride.
Dunno what is up with that.
But when you grind some, you get that fruity skunk smell.
It's pretty unique I must say.

For a bit early chop this smoke is really pleasing.
The buds have a thick coating of trichs and are pretty hard on the surface.
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Whatcha Growing? by Nigel Fuckingfoot - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 13:56:52 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144661 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are you growing this summer?

I just got some Autopilot XXL seeds. A really easy to grow high yielder, and some White Widow femmed seeds.


Plant BDSM by Eliza Cungerford - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 22:41:03 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144324 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else like to experiment with their plants? Like LST, air layering, vegetative propagation, etc?

This is a mother plant that I am messing with. I'm growing the lowest branches downwards. The goal will be to stake each of them to the soil, so that they will shoot out roots. Literally, no real practical purpose to this. But, interesting to experiment with. Also trying some air layering, but with that I intend to see if it cuts time off of vegetative growth vs a traditional clone.
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Esther Fugglekire - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:49:45 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Update -

So, I have been trying to air layer a big branch of this plant. I kept it wrapped all nice and kept it moist.

Here is a pic of how I did it...well, a series of them...

This is a section of bag wrapped around a "riot rooter," plug that I wrapped around the branch after scoring it some and applying rooting hormone.
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Esther Fugglekire - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:50:38 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144636
Here is what it looks like inside.
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Esther Fugglekire - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:53:43 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144637
This is what I found going on after over a month of air layering.

Not great. Just some nubby "proto-roots."

So, I took the thing down and shoved the bottom into a DWC bucket I am running for a new clone. It doesn't look happy about it, but WTF. Maybe it will root finally. Or not. IDKAF.

I have to figure out what I did wrong. I thing I should have also bagged the branch it was on. Treat it like a clone under a dome. Maybe that encourages root growth.
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Esther Fugglekire - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:55:36 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144367
I have been continuing my "run branches down," and see if they root experiment. Right now the biggest problem is that lowered branches don't seem to get as much nutes as the rest of the plant. Growth is very slow on these.
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Shit Banningshaw - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 00:05:31 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144638
So, this cutting....which is like, a foot or so tall, seems to be doing OK-ish jammed into my DWC sprout bucket. In the morning it looks perfectly fine. As the day goes by, it wilts a bit. I am pretty sure the "root bumps," are pulling water in. Just not enough for this big cutting during the day though. So it wilts as the day goes by and then when photosynthesis stops, it has an 8 hour period to suck up water. Perks up....gets back to normal...cycle repeats.

I expect that as the days go by, the wilting will either get worse, or get markedly better. Some tissue down there is sucking in water and can decide to root if it wants to. If it does...less wilting until there is none and I have a decent root system. I am really surprised this worked at all.


One of these things is not like the others... by Priscilla Bubberwune - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 18:41:45 EST ID:yQAH+DuU No.144650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Show me your casual basic gardens. Backyard or balcony. House or flat. Show me your ingenuity and laziness and simplicity. How did you plant them? Do you compost?
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Priscilla Bubberwune - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 18:43:09 EST ID:yQAH+DuU No.144651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also before i get called out on the onion flowers. I just want it to be known the flowers are being used for cooking purposes. Yoy know, for science.
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Shit Banningshaw - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 23:56:34 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144650
Mine is a week or two from going in. Stupid weather. Pumpkins, tomatoes, peppers, cannabis, corn, gourds and watermelon. No idea if some of these will work.

The perrenials are my blueberry bush...already leafing out nicely after a mild winter. Which is good. A grape vine that didn't grow much last year, but hopefully will this year. Just a few feet and it will hit a super sunny spot and really take off. Also have a pear tree along a fence. Have to figure out how to keep the pears from getting eaten by squirrels....


Idiots by Esther Fugglekire - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 19:26:29 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144641 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So many things wrong with this picture...
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Jarvis Ferrywune - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 01:25:59 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144643
space blankets cost about 1$ each
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Shitting Fuckingstone - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 09:48:12 EST ID:UpIT+Lm/ No.144646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Such low standards I can't even...

Get a fucking grow tent you plebs!
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Beatrice Blablingwirk - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 11:54:26 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144645
Is that what it they are? I thought it was mylar.

Even then...Seriously, wasted effort in a lot of ways.
I looked last night and there are some really tiny, not that healthy looking plants under the tubes. They look like they need more light. Those tubes could be more effective, lower. And in a tighter grouping.
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Fanny Borringnutch - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 01:40:02 EST ID:tRQ6mWAV No.144648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144647
space blanket is mylar
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Ebenezer Trotlock - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 08:55:53 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144648
Not when you price it out... :/


Smart Meter by Shitting Bunningture - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:19:47 EST ID:7hLIqizU No.144601 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you know Smart Meters?
What can you do against them?
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Fuck Pittdale - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:24:40 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144606
I bet this is much more common in states where the cops can "cook up," some probable cause easily.

Here is the thing - If you aren't running a crazy number of lights, you could just as well be someone growing indoor tomatoes or who owns an aquarium, or any sort of high wattage appliances. Shit, we have computer power supplies that can suck down 1500W.
And that is the catch. Notice in the article he mentioned the sheriff showing for a "knock and talk." Those are sketchy as fuck. Basically, the cops gin up a reason to be at your door and just ASK to come in. Most people let them in thinking they legally have to. They do not. The cop then pokes around and anything in "plain sight," is now legal for him to grab. If he claims he smells weed inside he can rip the place apart.
Really shitty stuff. The good news is that simply having a 600-1200W grow won't cause any DEA raids. The bad news is the cops may be shitty enough to barge in to fuck with you.
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Edward Brookstone - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 18:46:18 EST ID:+3Hg3jBe No.144620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144607
MN resident and i can confirm that they do this shit and bring dogs. MN only has a standard of "articulable suspicion" to access shared but secured entry spaces in apartment buildings, which is legally meaningless. They can sniff a house door with slightly more restrictions but still no warrant. My theory is that they probably try to use flir or other means in most cases before approaching you, but ive seen it first hand at an apartment building i lived in.
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James Honeyshit - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 12:24:24 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144620
FLiR is supposed to be illegal to use that way, but the cops don't care.

And the dog thing is fucked. You should see the research on police dogs. They are NOT foolproof and in fact many will sense when the cop wants into a place, and they will act like they hit drugs, so they get their reward. Then the cops can bust in and do whatever.
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 14:16:36 EST ID:uUnVQb2w No.144631 Report Quick Reply
>>144630

The FLIR E series 4-8 meters are anywhere from 500-3,000$ and I know from using one, they are unnervingly accurate for everything within 2 brick walls and 30 feet. I can zoom in with one onto a CO2 generator for instance and discern that from say, a furnace just because it will have 4-12 or more individual brass lines and fittings inside of it that are operating at ground temps instead of one. You'll see the pilot light next to it, and if you sit long enough, you can watch it kick on and off.

The only way that you can even begin to get around this is to have a house that sits at least 1000 feet off of the road, has a full deep basement, and ideally is up on the side of a mountain in relation to the street, so you can put the system facing the solid clay/rock side.

Military tech is even scarier, all of it is classified of course but sometimes you get a absent-minded general on CNN that rambles off their abilities accidentally. Remember when they caught Bin-Laden? The general they interviewed said something like, "yes we knew the target was at the location, and we were aware that he was on the 3rd floor." So, yeah they've got shit that can focus in on individual heat signatures and discern between male and female and even between individual males.
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James Honeyshit - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:53:29 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144631
The Military also can use stuff like backscatter xray. Don't think the cops have that yet. But who knows! Especially with Session in charge now.

Pic related - Thermal image of 4 of Bin Laden's wives...


New grower by Charles Turveyham - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 04:56:06 EST ID:3FW47baL No.144627 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, I bought one of those Deep Water Culture systems that use clay pellets as a growing medium.
I have some week old plants that I grew in soil that I'll put in there, but how should I plant new seeds?

I got some rock wool cubes, can I just put the seeds in there and stick the cubes in the clay pellets, or should I start them off in soil?

Also, the seeds I planted came from some shitty Hermaphrodite weed, will they possibly grow into females or are they fucked?

Lastly, wat is the best light cycle for the veg stage? Some sites say 20 hours and others say 18.

Thanks.


A few general questions by Barnaby Fanson - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 03:03:12 EST ID:/tG3XTtC No.144614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

A few quick questions. I have 1.2m * 1.2m * 1.8m setup that is in a concealed area with a door for access surrounded by insulated double bricking. I purchased a carbon filter but I believe I may have been oversold. How large a filter would I need if I'm not expecting anyone to be able to smell it but still remain as safe as possible.

Secondly, should I be using an intake fan as well as an outtake fan or would general airflow from a doorway be enough?

Thirdly, I have experience with expanded clay in hydro setups with drip and feed but I've seen new aeronponics setups which seem interesting. What's the general consensus on that from you folks?
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Edward Brookstone - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 19:18:32 EST ID:+3Hg3jBe No.144622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ill post a few links to give you an idea. I would just use pvc pipe and make the carbon from charcoal. Also, you dont need all those holes, just some big ones and some chicken wire. What cfm is your fan rated at? i would err on the side of caution and seal it all up with an intake fan honestly, but i dont know what your site is like.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d3o1AVFdGn4
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Edward Brookstone - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 19:28:30 EST ID:+3Hg3jBe No.144623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144622
start here for fogponics. The naming is kind of inconsistent, but im only refering to using ultrasonic piezo transducers for making the fog, not a pump system. Same as in a fog machine like you would see at a concert. I think the only reason this is not more mainsttream is that good cheap piezo elements compatible with the nutrients only hit the market lately, or maybe that people have just already invested in other gear.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4eAM9kyjFG0
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Fuck Drunkinstone - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 23:21:39 EST ID:/tG3XTtC No.144624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144614

I'm just off to my local hyrdo store to have a chat with them about the fogponics, it seems incredibly interesting. Thank you so much for the heads up, I was reading about mixed medium setups but I wasn't sure about it so I figured I'd ask.

As for the carbon filter itself, there's a market for that product at a much cheaper price so if I could utilize a little experience with building them and 3D printing components I need, I might be able to sell them to the store at a discounted price. Nobody in the store has any idea about fogponics from what I can gather, but we'll see.

Once I get back I'll make a 3D model of the room with the dimensions so you can see the general space in a more intuitive form then I can explain more for you as well as show some pictures of the actual physical space.
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Phoebe Murdbury - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 02:36:51 EST ID:+3Hg3jBe No.144625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144624
best overall explanation and demo vids are probably here. I may someday be competing with these guys, who knows.

to Be clear though, your biggest prioity is probably smell, maybe heat. You better have a good filter setup with a backup filter and a plan for excess heat, flooding, fan noise, and electrical disaster. If you are in the US, tell no one, no matter where you live. Growing is still illegal and if you step on somebodys toes, who the fuck knows what could go down in the next few years.

thehouseofhydro.com
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Phoebe Murdbury - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 02:49:16 EST ID:+3Hg3jBe No.144626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144624
also, just use a 5 gallon bucket for the filters. Spend your time making a fixture to spin them around on a drill press while drilling holes out with a hole saw, if no one is already selling buckets modified like this. I dont know how 3d printing can help here given the envelope and time involved. Plus, you need surface area and drying capability man. You need something at least as large as a bucket and more importantly something to dry the air out so the carbon stays dry and does its thing. if this is a closet grow and is indoors, maybe make your filter as a piece of furniture and blow air outwards through it... make it fucking big and dry, basically. Big is quiet.


Opium by Basil Hizzledere - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 02:33:13 EST ID:UwY3spY/ No.144594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So does anyone here have experience growing poppy flowers?
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Jazzy - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 05:56:26 EST ID:nHSIskyy No.144595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144594
All I know is the seeds have to be frozen and thawed repeatedly along with direct sunlight for them to sprout from seed.
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Hugh Sickleville - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 12:29:03 EST ID:xCjYWm+N No.144596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144594
Some.

They can be pretty easy to grow. I suggest planting in the fall though. The seeds can overwinter fairly well.

Also, invest in multiple seed packets.
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Fucking Goodfuck - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 03:24:29 EST ID:6vW5dDN5 No.144599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah its pretty easy. i bought 1 pack of hungarian blue like 5 years ago & they still going. plant them early in the spring, they don't need any special treatment, very easy to grow. dry a few pods for the next grow's seed.


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