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Amateur Grow-OP tips by Cyril Barrydack - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 09:37:57 EST ID:VotdNtrV No.136679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, I'm pretty familiar with the process of growing weed with proper equipment and with good spacing as I used to live in the middle of the Norwegian nowhere with a nice amount of cash.

However, now I live in the city and my grinding has been kinda sloppy. Since I also smoke weed basically every day and have done so for the last years I thought to take up growing again.

I'm in need of help doe, and need some advice to do so cheaply in a city-apartment in Norway..
Any ideas?
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Jarvis Dudgekot - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 17:57:04 EST ID:PUxj4O9D No.136685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get a bulb that will produce the personal amount every 3 months. Divide the wattage by 2 and expect at least that many grams. Buy a tent or outfit a closet to accommodate the bulbs effective area. You'll want a tray that size to fit it for drainage. Get a filter and fan rated to clear the volume every 5 minutes. You can pay more for a quiet inline fan or muffler if your worried about noise. I dont know what your laws are like but a lot of small plants will be more effective than a few big ones. Remember inverse square law of light, theres about 8 inches of sweet spot for most bulbs, fill that with branch ends by training an prune everything below it. Youll want fans blowing on the plants too.


small plants, how much yield to expect? by Ebenezer Biddleway - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 17:42:42 EST ID:Fqru+xqn No.136584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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due to time constraints I have to start flowering my 4 week old plants now already.
I have 4 Bubba Kush (Bubble Gum x Kush, 90% indica, 8-9 weeks flowering) plants which are all around 30-35 cm tall in a 80x80x160 cm grow tent under (what I believe is) a 400W lamp.
how much yield can I expect under these conditions if I switch to 12/12 now?
I'll post a pic tomorrow, my phone battery is dead
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Nigel Gaffingmork - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 20:43:35 EST ID:JMrjhqrE No.136589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136584

yield has more to do with light than number of plants, so a 400 light will probably get you between .5-.9 grams per watt unless you are punk ass mark ass buster that can't grow right.
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Nathaniel Cleddlespear - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 12:45:34 EST ID:Fqru+xqn No.136603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>136585
in the past I have vegged for 6 weeks with bigger plants, that's why I wasn't sure. but if you say 4 weeks is normal then it's fine with me.
here's the pic
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Eugene Clorringlock - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 13:33:02 EST ID:/9JkZENv No.136605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136603
Pull all the branches sideways and you should be able to fill the canopy well, tie them down with string. I suggest taking all the underdeveloped growth off of the bottom half of each branch too, your tops will thank me.
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Esther Cherryspear - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 22:57:03 EST ID:50qSq7fY No.136677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136584


aw fuck, OP i need to buy indian food now

Gonna order some chicken bhuna and naan bread and fuck it mango chutney

M
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Simon Bardgold - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 03:35:37 EST ID:4/uToAcw No.136678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136677
Buy a faal you big pussy.


Pink Pistils by Nicholas Drennerstone - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 04:19:06 EST ID:Ajgsco1p No.136596 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/ so there are gorgeous pink pistils growing out of 3 of my outdoor plants (pic related). The weird thing is they're all different strains, does this mean it's soil/environment related? Anyone have experience with this? I would like to mimic my results and test on different strains.
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Nicholas Drennerstone - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:55:34 EST ID:Ajgsco1p No.136611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136602
If anything light is less than normal, live in the rainy northwest. I've done more research and I think you may be on to something as far as pH goes. Some strains have been said to exhibit pink pistils when the soil is slightly basic. The fact that it hit 3 of 7 random strains may mean this genetic potential is more common than people realize.
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Nicholas Drennerstone - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:55:57 EST ID:Ajgsco1p No.136612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136606
see
>>136598
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Eugene Monnerstudge - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 13:24:07 EST ID:ou2y1jPI No.136627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136611
praying your plants dont get fucked over by bud rot. I grow in the PNW and outdoor plants always get at least some bud rot
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Jack Blackshaw - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 02:15:34 EST ID:Ajgsco1p No.136654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136627
Yeah tell me about it. I forgot to mention that I've already harvest most of these, and a few a little earlier than I wanted cause of rot.
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Oliver Chinnerchack - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 21:16:15 EST ID:x9T2BWQu No.136674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136596
clearly ebola


le outdoor grower face by Ernest Brusslesere - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 21:19:40 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.136476 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much longer?
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Archie Blobblestone - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 13:15:20 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.136667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't want to keep waiting ;_;
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Esther Blatherham - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 14:55:41 EST ID:IqBUYK1B No.136668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136667
yes you do, it's worth the wait.
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Archie Blobblestone - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 14:59:15 EST ID:UZfg2/uG No.136670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>136668
It looks the same as the last time I went out though!
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Esther Blatherham - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 15:33:52 EST ID:IqBUYK1B No.136671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136670
except the pistils are changing color and the cannabinoids are maturing.
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Whitey Credgebot - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 19:59:05 EST ID:SQNR8PEP No.136672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136670
PATIENCE, man. In a week or three, those teeny tiny calyxes will fatten up. She's not ripe yet.


How to put those lights there by Albert Grimfoot - Mon, 06 Oct 2014 08:15:42 EST ID:4Hkgt6AE No.136418 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Weed got way too expensive where I live and I'm going to start to grow. The thing is, I've got everything I need except I don't know how to install the lights in it and I haven't been able to find a decent tutorial. I'm gonna go buy all my shit in the afternoon, I'll post some pictures later when my box is ready (80x60x80) and I'll buy and install the lights in the afternoon.
I need to start this week if I wanna have something for vacations in January and February.
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Molly Bopperledging - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 13:55:06 EST ID:AbcIuZVo No.136658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>136657
>mfw niggas don't know 'bout mylar
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Archie Sinningsark - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 15:33:35 EST ID:lRln78qK No.136659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136658
Mylar isn't better by any regard. It creates hot-spots.

There were measurements done by the manufacturer of the original homebox to compare white and mirror reflective materials and the white one won hands down. Of course any white paint won't do you'd have to take one with high titanium oxide content which does not yellow out.
Orca Grofilm or Homebox PAR+ material might still be better but not by much.
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Sidney Dittingnine - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 19:00:09 EST ID:0rh+7ImN No.136660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136659
It only won by like 10% iirc but white panda film does reflect better.
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Jack Chazzlepot - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 12:33:14 EST ID:lRln78qK No.136666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136660
Never heard of Panda film, looks like a standard issue B/W poly.
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Esther Blatherham - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 14:56:34 EST ID:IqBUYK1B No.136669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136666
yeah but with a panda on the box


Need seed choosing advice by Fanny Subberpat - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 04:18:16 EST ID:b752f/Y3 No.136571 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Greetings, I'm planning to start a new grow with new seeds from a different company than what I'm usually with. I usually get Jock Horror from Nirvana.

So I wanna try something new, however even though I have searched around I still can't decide for sure what to get, especially since it can be a huge waste of time if I don't get the right ones.
The factors that affect the choice are:

  • Indoors
  • Preferably Sativa (because of the environment also)
  • Preferably autoflower and feminized since sativas take long as it is, however, this is it not set in stone
  • Suitable for a place which is both hot (28 - 30 degrees celcius) and quite humid for most of the day

Thinking of something from Mandala, or Jack Here auto from Greenhouse, however I've heard mixed reviews about Greenhouse.
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Shit Bozzlesurk - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:52:29 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136571

Stay away from Cali Connection, DNA Genetics, Nirvana, and Reserva Privada.

Good breeders*: Ripper Seeds, TGA Genetics, AlphaKronik, Hortilab Seeds, Karma Genetics, KC Brains, Rare Dankness Seeds, OG Raskal Seeds, and Underground Originals Seeds.

  • Note that these are my opinions. The ones I mentioned to stay away from tend to hermie or throw bananas from a majority of the reviews I've read.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 02:22:36 EST ID:nHVb3G+q No.136620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136571
Ahh, the classic fem auto Sativa. Good choice.
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Jay - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:30:48 EST ID:SNBFnhEv No.136634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136572

I grew Greenhouse once, their Super Lemon Haze & White Rhino (you guys may remember my grow log here 5ish years ago if you are OG). It went really well. I also gave my friend one of their Cheese seeds and that was his best strain for a long time.

Can't speak for their recent stuff though.
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Hugh Gunderfitch - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 01:52:45 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.136652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136634
I've grown a couple of packs of SLH, had a fast purple pheno that I kept for a couple of runs, but then I tried other genetics and never went back to greenhouse.
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Jay - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 23:21:22 EST ID:s5p+n5+G No.136665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136652

Yeah I wouldn't recommend them with so many great american genetics available now


Booby traped plants by Edwin Sullyham - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 10:20:16 EST ID:h4l5vtCe No.136432 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/, seen a few things about people stealing people's plants in here. And it's shitty as hell, spend a few months of work trying to go from seed to smoke, only to have some fuck with the brain of a 15 year old jack your plant. (often weeks before it's even ready to harvest)

I was wondering, if using separate soil for each plant, is there something I could do to one or two plants, to make them appear normal, but actually be the harshest, shittiest, possibly unhealthy to smoke bud to teach thieves a lesson, or at least make it an awful experience.

Extra metal in the soil, some chemicals that won't hurt the plant but ruin smokability, something like that.
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Simon Nullyway - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 17:36:48 EST ID:h4l5vtCe No.136509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>136504
Sounds exotic.
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NigNaggerson !hI3WByiuWY - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 21:04:38 EST ID:n/KiwaGv No.136553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
doing any stupid shit like this just brings bad buzz to weed in general and would make cops look into it more

just hide your shit better for fucks sake, poisoning some 14 year old kid is way worse then a dumb kid stealing a plant he shouldn't have been able to stumble upon in the first place.
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William Sottingfuck - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 16:27:40 EST ID:WR07zKQJ No.136563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136553

Have you ever been burglarized? Its not a fun situation and you will wish you could have done something about it in hindsight. I grow inside my house and still had my plants stolen. Just the smell of it alone is enough to draw attention from devious people.
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John Pommlehood - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 03:52:33 EST ID:1l/01QV1 No.136570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136553
Fuck some little jolly african-american kid. If he doesn't know not to steal by that age then lessons get learned the hard way.
Also cannabis is already the focus of the war on drugs with (iirc) 60% of drug convictions.
If you want people to steal your product so bad, just sign post it.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 22:21:27 EST ID:D+8j+Dib No.136662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didnt read the thread I thought it was about bear traps. Bear traps are illegal to set in CA, or any other kind of physical booby trap..


hbwr by Doris Bomblestare - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 18:25:00 EST ID:Qa1Y3XiW No.136614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /crops/, anyone have any experience growing Hawaiian baby woodrose? Would love some help, also lets see your guys` hbwr grows

Pic related
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Phoebe Challerpan - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 01:42:42 EST ID:Cpj75aYZ No.136618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136614
Surprising how similar it looks to morning glory. Are you going to bonsai it? Else why start from seed.
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Whitey Brunderham - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 07:02:06 EST ID:GthP63HY No.136623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136614
Ok. I've grown HBWR, it all went really well until I gave it a big drink and then went away for a week and came back and realized it got root rot. It got root rot very easily. Like holy shit my dick off easily. It pissed me off. ALso what they say about it being tiny and then all of a sudden growing really fast in year II is also true. I grew mine inside beside a glass door facing south (in the southern hemisphere). So it didn't get much light. But I tell you man it thrived until I went away, it really was a beautiful plant.

I'm currently growing a plant in the same family - turbina corymbosa. WHich grew like 6 years then lost all but it's starting leaves. I don't think it's going to live. I don't know exactly what it's problem is but I sort of gave up and will try again later on.

Have fun!
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Betsy Clirringwater - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 23:13:59 EST ID:Qa1Y3XiW No.136647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136618
i ordered some seeds to try and figured why not try cultivating and hope it thrives here


>>136623

hopefully i won't have that root rot problem because i'm alrady having a hard enough time keeping watered in san diego. I also just germinated some heavenly blues and soon my garden of lsa will become


Scared Papa by Sophie Suckleben - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 19:01:12 EST ID:18t3mUnL No.135963 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm just worrying about my germinating seeds, if any one of you could ease my suffering I would greatly appreciate it.

Basically I used the paper towel method with two of them but after 3 days nothing was happening so I put it in the dirt. The other seed I let sit in water for 2 days and then put it in the dirt. It's been about 5 days now should I have any reason to worry?
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Ebenezer Barringhit - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 19:02:27 EST ID:18t3mUnL No.136615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How is she looking? Anything you can notice / I should change?
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James Novingduck - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:25:48 EST ID:GKBrl0bA No.136626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136615
There is water on the leaves. What is your delivery system?
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Matilda Dapperset - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 14:56:31 EST ID:18t3mUnL No.136631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136626
I am using a spray bottle type thing and watering lightly two or tree times a day and only when the dirt is completely dry. I also am spraying a bit on the plant because I heard of foliar feeding
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James Novingduck - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:08:43 EST ID:GKBrl0bA No.136633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136631
On a young plant like that... unless you are also using a special or low intensity lighting I wouldn't recommend. The water magnifies the light and if those young leaves are damaged you are looking at a stunt.
Someone will now probably tell me how wrong I am.
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Matilda Dapperset - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:31:49 EST ID:18t3mUnL No.136635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136633
Just to clarify, are the leaves damaged? I would say I have high intensity lighting because the bulb isn't 2cm away from the plant its a cfl 5500 lumens 100 watt i think


clover by Doris Perrymot - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 18:20:13 EST ID:lrv1v83y No.136213 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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first time grower here
anyone ever get 3 leaves on their sprout?

this one is growing faster than the others, probably because of the extra sun intake
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Augustus Cupperman - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 14:12:58 EST ID:lrv1v83y No.136580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Augustus Cupperman - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 14:16:09 EST ID:lrv1v83y No.136581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm gonna have to start learning how to clone pretty soon
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Shit Bozzlesurk - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 14:28:09 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.136582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136221

Polyploid has 4 leaves per node.

What OP has is called whorled phyllotaxy. Keep it OP, grow it out. Apparently they tend to be males but they have a chance to be female.

Take note that this plant will require more nutes/water than other normal plants.

http://billybudd.zappersoftware.com/polyploidy.html

Has some info about these awesome types of strains.
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Reuben Gondermatch - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 21:02:13 EST ID:UTBfAAMZ No.136591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136213
Save these pics everyone, this is very rare documentation of this sort of thing. High quality too.
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Lydia Brasslegold - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 14:58:54 EST ID:Cpj75aYZ No.136609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136582
For a start wrong, read your own link and look at OPs' pictures. It's definitely polypoid.

Second, where did you find that link? I don't know enough to say for certain but some of the things written there sound like BS. Still interesting read though, thanks.


first time grower by Frederick Tillingfield - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 17:30:51 EST ID:bKvkdsvE No.136529 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i know you folks probably get posts like this a lot, but im thinking about doing a closet grow with four plants. i've looked into like. DIY growboxes but would just four five-gallon buckets work for them? also, what are some exact products i should look at as far as soil and lights are concerned? thanks in advance.

pic related, its the closet. were going to move the drawers around so we have a lot more room obviously.
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Frederick Tillingfield - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 19:36:15 EST ID:bKvkdsvE No.136541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136530
2ft. and 2 in. by 1ft. and 11 in. by 5ft.
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Frederick Tillingfield - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 19:36:15 EST ID:bKvkdsvE No.136542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136530
2ft. and 2 in. by 1ft. and 11 in. by 5ft.
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Hedda Chondlelut - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 02:58:50 EST ID:9/P75KIC No.136569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You will need to remove everything from the closet in order to fit four five gallon buckets in there.

For soil, Fox Farms Ocean Forest or Happy Frog:
http://foxfarmfertilizer.com/

This is a T5 grow light, this should fit your closet exactly:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/T5-Grow-Light-Kit-Hydroponics-HO-2-ft-4-ft-6500K-Bulbs-Veg-4-6-8-12-Lamps-/251338673063?pt=US_Hydroponics&var=&hash=item3a84f3cba7

When you switch your plants to flowering, replace two of the bulbs with these:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/160978225325?_trksid=p2060778.m1438.l2649&var=460154259685&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Only give your plants distilled water. Use this to adjust pH of water to around 6.0 before pouring it into the soil:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/General-Hydroponics-pH-Control-Kit-8-oz-pH-UP-8-oz-pH-DOWN-1-oz-indicator-/141349213322?pt=US_Hydroponics&hash=item20e911d48a

And everyone's favorite pH tester:
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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Eliza Garringwit - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:14:55 EST ID:55YjXUZe No.136575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136569
thank you, this is really helpful. and yeah, i realized four plants was a little ambitious for this area. if im only doing one plant, are there any alternative to that one? and when you say switch to flowering, i dont have any control over that really, right? its just a natural process that happens after a point right? lol
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Clara Sicklestock - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 11:55:37 EST ID:IqBUYK1B No.136577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136575
Flowering happens when you restrict the light to 12 hours a day, thats growing 101. You have to light proof the closet, you also need to ventilate it, keep the humidity low, and maintain 75 farenheit. This board isn't going to help you as much as a book or fast moving forum. You're very green. Time to do some research.


BLOOD HUNGRY MOLD! by Lydia Drushbadging - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 11:25:21 EST ID:2fUulBBF No.136357 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm drying my first grow in a closet.
It's dark.
It's at 20°C.
It's big and has a fan lightly blowing through it from one side and out from another.

But the mold keeps appearing.
I'm cutting away buds daily. I started with thick bottle like buds, but now the whole plant is butchered up from cutting away all the mold.
What can I do?
Can I maybe dry/cure is some other way? Like with water cure?
Or could I just throw it all in oven and at least get something out of it instead of ditching everything?
I'm obviously not gonna smoke mold, but at least I want to get something from my mary...
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Nell Bebblestene - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 14:27:26 EST ID:IqBUYK1B No.136361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your humidity is probably too high, get a dehumidifier and set it to 50%. the fan isn't necessary, it's likely its spreading the spores.
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Neem Guy - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:19:41 EST ID:TEwqJV6X No.136491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136361
>the fan isn't necessary,
Yes it is, you need the air to circulate for even drying. But yea OP, get a dehumidifier, or if you want something cheaper, there are those buckets you can buy full of dessicant beads that suck that pull moisute from the air.
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NigNaggerson !hI3WByiuWY - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 21:06:54 EST ID:n/KiwaGv No.136554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fans are not necessary, people have been drying weed forever with out fans as long as the humidity in the drying room is around 50% you dont need a fan as the moisture will be wicked from the weed into the air. if you have mold, you do not want a fan on that weed, thats just common sense.
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Charlotte Chummerbanks - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 17:30:22 EST ID:FMoaHvsg No.136564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>136554
Thank you, its like people dont understand entropy. A fan on a growing plant is for exposing lower leaves to light and building strong stalks.


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