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Safe Operating Temperature by Isabella Bunkinkire - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 11:52:24 EST ID:mtYj32ht No.138147 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm putting together a fairly concealed small grow op, 4 26w (100w equiv) CFL bulbs. The grow is going to be unattended most of the day so I'm a little concerned about safe operating temperature. The entire grow space is about 5 cubic feet, and I built the lights into a box-shaped reflector that's 720 cubic inches. I then put a 120mm computer fan into the light box in an exhaust configuration, and that fan exhausts heat from the lights into a conduit that takes the heat to outside the grow area.

Now anyway, I started running a few stress tests on the system. The grow area was holding at about 84 F, that's fine, but the light box even with exhaust ventilation was reaching 96 to 97 F. I was most concerned about the possibility of an exhaust fan failure, so I simulated that and the light box reached well over 110 F within minutes.

So, my question is two parts: firstly, is it safe for CFL lights to operate at this temperature for up to 20 hours a day? 97 F seems a little too high. And second, is there any kind of thermal cutoff switch out there I could buy, that in case of an exhaust fan failure would shut the lights down once the light box gets over a certain temperature?
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Martha Fidgelet - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 13:24:54 EST ID:6srssc+J No.138149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>is there any kind of thermal cutoff switch out there

yea they are called thermostats
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Alice Blythestock - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 14:25:02 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.138150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138147

Cannabis grows best at 71-75 degrees.
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Whitey Cripperhood - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 20:23:51 EST ID:Dis47FVM No.138158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138150
80 to 85 with co2
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Reuben Tillinghall - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 23:02:01 EST ID:x9T2BWQu No.138160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138158


What is that? by Kuchar - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 06:36:28 EST ID:u0j3hiyu No.138154 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any idea what is that? Messed up my clothes pretty bad, could be useful.
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Alice Nirryham - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 20:26:45 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's the mean klingon hookbush.
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Kuchar - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 02:23:48 EST ID:p0PhipAU No.138162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138159
Thanks?
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Rebecca Bunwell - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 13:01:41 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a rose stem.
nb.


Cannabis as a perennial by George Susslesuck - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 05:03:29 EST ID:toijgDPh No.138153 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would it be possible to train/bio engineer cannabis to be perennial?

Also, what would happen if you had a tiny sapling from a tree and spliced a clone from a cannabis plant on top of it?
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Fuck Brannerman - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 07:13:24 EST ID:TEULO23A No.138155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Does this look like an annual to you?

It would probably die unless the tree was a cannabis tree.
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Fuck Brookbury - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 16:15:44 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138155
I had a plant of similar caliber once a sensi star clone, pre-vegged and put outside on 1st of may. It was perhaps 3/4th of that in volume, grown in central European climate. I'm sure in the equatorial regions they can do even better.

So yes you can do that in just one summer, it just takes a large plant hole, the right strain and a lot of sun.
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Barnaby Bliffinghood - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 18:58:17 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So far as I know, that's an impossibility. However, many things were thought to be impossible, and here we are talking anonymously from distances that can span thousands of miles. Impossibilities.
I digress. I know of no tested and verified way of turning a plant into a perennial.
I kind of think that would be a disadvantage for growing cannabis, mainly because it seems like perennials take a long time to reach a fruiting/flowering stage, compared to the growth season of cannabis. I'd rather the consistency in new crops that growers are doing now. And now with cloning, you can keep a set of good genetics for 2-3 generations, or so.


Morning glories by Clara Pockhall - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 14:42:45 EST ID:svgaG91Q No.138030 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Say I wanted to disperse around 4000 morning glory seeds in an isolated woodland behind my house.

Would scattering them onto the relatively hard/dense ground around the last frost work? Or should I have done this late in the fall?

My logic is that if the naturally falling seeds germinate successfully eventually, this should work too, yeah? I really don't wanna deal with manually putting them into the dirt.
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Nathaniel Bisslecocke - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 15:11:27 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, if I were, I'd plant sometime in the early spring. Morning glory grows quickly.

On that note, please, be careful where you plant morning glory. It's a very invasive plant, and will quickly destroy the surrounding areas local plants, especially if you plant, say, 4000 seeds. I don't think I can iterate this enough; you're very likely going to disturb surrounding ecosystems in an irreparable manner. Unless you want to take the time to clear out the thousands of feet of morning glory that is sure to pop up, for the next few years?

I assume you're doing this to harvest seeds for LSA. Why not just throw em around your fence line, and throw a little dirt on top?
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Fuck Hoshbury - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 03:12:37 EST ID:by3gYbuM No.138144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138031
This

And make an extract, thats the best way imo. Although I can't seem to do anything for the nausea...I even used mint :/
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Barnaby Bliffinghood - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 19:41:20 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138144
Try ginger.
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Caroline Packlesure - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 03:46:53 EST ID:4Ln6/llz No.138163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Morning glory seeds fall where morning glory plants have grown, so dumping them on hard-packed dirt would not be conducive to their growing right. Start spring through summer, once you have a plant germinating and growing, you'll want to give it a structure or trellis to grow up along.

Like the earlier dude said, MG is invasive to the scale of a weed. Once there's one, many will spring up. However if you leave the seeds on hard packed earth birds gonna eat that shit and shit it all over the city.


Space bucket by Nathaniel Sollyfuck - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 03:39:53 EST ID:8pUND7GV No.138145 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I build my space bucket, got my beds

can anyone recommend a good pdf weed growing guide?

also space bucket stories if there are any
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Phineas Billingforth - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 08:15:56 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Despite it was in Trailer Park Boys, growing in a bucket in not a smart idea.
You can't reach your plants properly and it's not cheaper or less effort then other methods.

A cabinet costs about the same and there are small tents available if you don't want that.
The most cost effective light source are PL-L compact fluorescents, they aren't as obtainable as regular CFLs but much more efficient.

The problem with grows at this size you won't be able to get a matching carbon filter, so it's better to grow a little larger. If you are concerned about space buy a tent and grow less often.
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Nathaniel Sollyfuck - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 13:01:02 EST ID:8pUND7GV No.138148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138145 besides the smell why would you need carbon scrubbers? I have permission from my landlord and a green card.

First grow in a tiny apartment. Looking to go large but want some experience before i move somewhere bigger to dedicate a room
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Phineas Billingforth - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 15:11:57 EST ID:lRln78qK No.138151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138148
At first, if you are certain you won't need a carbon scrubber it's still a pretty good idea for plain convenience. After a while everything will take on the smell, even the cloths. You won't notice it after a while but it sure does smell worse and more than regular smoking.

Second you don't need a dedicated room, the rule of thumb is 400W for 1 sq meter. (Or 40W per sq foot). There are carbon scrubbers small enough for 100W of light.
Another reason of why you don't want to go below 100W is the amount of work you put into the grow stays about the same. I'd say 2x 55W PL-L is about the minimum, and it pays to go higher.
Equipment isn't more expensive either, a 250W HPS, even with magnetic ballast doesn't cost more than a few CFLs and a radial fan with a carbon filter along with a small tent makes for so much more convince since you won't have to worry about the temperature and humidity in the grow area (mold and sick leaves).

If you want to save money and want to grow all year long or don't like noise a cabinet makes sense but you'd have to do some planning.
I suggest you read on icmag.com in the growroom design and setup forum section.


First time grower issues by HankScorpio - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 14:01:36 EST ID:UCwxYCJe No.138123 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey all. This is my first grow and I've been reading up a lot for a while before I started. I have a single plant in a 2'wX3'dX3.5'h box that I lined with one of those car reflectors(yea ghetto style!). I'm using 2 CFLs(120w 5000K & 100w 2700K) hanging about 8 inches above her. Since this is my first grow I decided to go with MG for nutes and I just watered her after this pic was taken using a 3/4 strength mix of the 30-10-10, 10 ounces. She's pretty slow going as I'm in the 4th week of veg(30 days from sprouting) but I think that's partially because of the cold nights(54F on average) the first week or so before I added a heater. The light colored leaves are what I'm worried about. From what I've read it could be Nitrogen deficiency, but from the pics, my friend says possible overwatering. He has way more experience than me but I've been making it a point to water less than more. Any help you guys give will be greatly appreciated. Any more info you need, you shall have :)
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HankScorpio - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 14:02:46 EST ID:UCwxYCJe No.138124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Ernest Hollychot - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 06:14:27 EST ID:kE1YXpRX No.138139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138123
Been having some troubles with my ongoing project, and felt like I could share some info that might help ya.
I wanted to say that you had too much light for a small one like that, but she/he is old enough. But Nitrogen Def is my first bet. Give her a small dose of nutes and keep upping the dose little by little. Just be patient and wait till the soil is dry enough to be watered. Remember that Mary Jane likes the dry soil too. Gives her some oxygen boost. (also letting your plants dry in the last week of budding will get them to swell up)
Your plant doesn't even look that damaged so you can take a chill pill.
Overwatered plants tend to droop their leaves almost to the point they start reaching the stems.
I had my plant's lower leaves covered with something that resembles a necrosis, a plague. I fixed the problem with just a simple repot since my soil was doing the damage. You can always check ph levels when in doubt. It should rule out all of the possibilities and you can pin-point the problem.
I think you're gonna be just fine. Smoke moar broham and keep em growin
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Priscilla Clommlefack - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 08:04:27 EST ID:GuEeZ9Mf No.138140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138123
plant looks fine, get better lights n stuff.... but for babbys first grow shit looks pretty decent. better than my first grow with cfls

the pale leaves on the bottom is slight nitrogen def
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HankScorpio - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:41:19 EST ID:UCwxYCJe No.138143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138139
>>138140
Thank you both! I am so relieved and feeling a bit more confident in my grow. I upped the dose a tiny bit but I am holding off on watering. From my notes I have almost a day or so before I can expect any drooping from underwatering.
Ernest I checked ph levels before I started with a test kit and it was in the 6.0+ range. I only recently got a ph meter and it shows in between 6 and 7. I know MJ likes her acid so I also plan to add a tiny bit of coffee grounds into the area around the stem. I am going to move slowly though as I don't want to over do it.
Priscilla, thanks for praise! I have a old never used ballast, hood and 400w HPS & 400w MH bulbs. I'm keeping this first grow small because it's my first and I currently have house guests(family members fully aware of the situation) who put added strain on the power side of things. I will probably need extra cooling and ventilation and with them here I'd be flipping breakers all day haha no thanks. My grow is currently in the bedroom corner but once power is no longer an issue i'll be moving it to a 3'dX3.5'w closet. Then with success the guest bedroom and beyond!
Will post more pics in a few days. Thanks again y'all!


Hanging a garden on the window by Walter Givingworth - Sat, 10 Jan 2015 23:40:07 EST ID:8RxC6CIB No.138022 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I wanna start growing my own food and I'm thinking of constructing an apparatus to hang on the window to save space. Is that a good idea? The plants would only get direct sunlight for a few hours very early in the morning and be in shade the rest of the day.
I don't have an artificial sun, and this is my first time gardening so I don't know if a few hours of direct sunlight a day would give them life or condemn them to a slow death.
Advice?
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Jack Bunhall - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 02:59:05 EST ID:sQx6Xkt8 No.138136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138022
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David Worthinggold - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 13:58:25 EST ID:hlk5zLcs No.138142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They probably wont grow very well
But it is not much effort to throw a few seeds in the dirt and see


Homemade crosses and current seed stash /crops/! by choomseed !w8DDsug1qE - Mon, 05 Jan 2015 08:37:20 EST ID:i/8Z22fF No.137972 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dj Short's Blueberry X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

NorthernLights#5 X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

{Super Silver Haze X Northern Lights X Malawi} X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

Super Lemon Haze X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

Blue Orca X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

Querkle X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

CBD Sweet & Sour White Widow#1 X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4

Sour Bubble X {Sour Power X Biker Kush}#4
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Hedda Grandbury - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 05:56:54 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.137979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>eminem
>mtv

Why would anyone name anything after those two shits, especially an older sativa?

Too many F1s to even list.
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choomseed !w8DDsug1qE - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 19:27:36 EST ID:i/8Z22fF No.138129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>137979

I got the males from a much older hippy dude who retired them to me, while giving me four batches of seeds made from those males. I'm just keeping the males names as they were given to me, but I can name whatever comes next anything different.

I'm doing testing for TRH Seeds now and they're either sending me Urkle X Paki Citral, (Green Crack X OG kush) X Super Skunk, and or Cherry Pie X Paki Citral, Animal Cookies X Super Skunk. I won't know until I get a package from the royal mail.

>DJ Short's Blueberry
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Sidney Pedgebury - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:15:26 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138129
Pakistan Chitral Kush is really weak.. There's no point in using it in any crosses.
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choomseed !w8DDsug1qE - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 09:11:21 EST ID:i/8Z22fF No.138141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138138

The test results will conclude whether the paki crosses are tits noice or just pretty poopy and stuff...I've tested some outrageously bad gear before but most of what I test is phenomenal, Karma Genetics being my favorite vendor to test for. The Sour Power X Biker Kush was a heavy yielding powerhouse of flavor...I'm content with boutiquey strains if I enjoy the end product, but the amazing yeild on one pheno still has me hard. Basically spot on like my low-medium yielding BOG Sour Lifesaver keeper, but more complex similar flavor, with YIELD. Sorry about the droning, but in short, TLDR etc, I'll be seeing for myself.

I honestly wanted to razz the guy who didn't post his seed library because that's why I made this thread, for seed porn, but I'm too lazy to pull out my homemade beans; but a buddy of mine has a bunch of bodhi shit and I want to run his winner phenos so damn bad. He even has hard to get bodhi shit like Roadkill Unicorn. Fuck.

>The sativa males in bloom - PICTURES BELONG TO PAKALOLO-


help my plants is going die!!! by smoking dad - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 01:16:24 EST ID:QNjdKoYf No.138132 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a plant just like plant on thee pic but its die i think its been the cold weather out and no sun but on sunday its going to be a good sunny day but my plant is still going to die and what can i do to help it now please
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Lydia Gooddale - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 01:29:35 EST ID:yliHyRz3 No.138133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138132
PUT SOME extra fresh soil in the pot. Keep plant above 70F

Add strongest lighting/s you can use from house. wait.
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Lydia Gooddale - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 01:30:09 EST ID:yliHyRz3 No.138134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138133
Your plant is stretching way to far.
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Lydia Gooddale - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 01:31:01 EST ID:yliHyRz3 No.138135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138134
take a new pic without flash so we can see the color of the top of your plant.
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Sidney Pedgebury - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:14:04 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138133
Agreed. OP Just fill the pot with good quality soil / compost whatever you soil growers use and bury the stem.


first time growing by Wesley Clicklestodge - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 16:19:38 EST ID:8JL+BeAf No.137988 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup people, I really need an advice from you. Finally, I am living alone, so it's right fuckin' time to grow my own shit. I've build a stealth pc case growbox. 3 pc fans and one 150W HPS lamp. The first question is about strain, right now I am thinking about Northern Lights or Lowryder due to their size and smell. What would you recommend? The second question is about soil. I am thinking about using coconut fiber and perlit 50/50. Is that ok? What fertilizers should I use during the plants life? And the last one is concerning lights. Will the one I mentioned is ok or I would have to use another one during flowering period? Also, how much energy would it take? I know that I can google everything, but I want to hear your opinion :3 Thanks everyone
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David Pagglenut - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 04:43:15 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138116
My microbox is 25x24x50cm, I have a 150w COB LED in there and a 12cm Noctua computer fan pulling air out. I've grown two Apollo11xNYCDs in that box, my last harvest was a Cream Mandarine. There's absolutely no need to use autoflowering strains just because your space is limited. LST and scropping are enough to keep a plant the right size.
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David Pagglenut - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 04:46:50 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138115
My first grow was Lowryder#1, my second was Lowryder#2, my third was Purple Ryder, then I grew Sour60, then I started growing crosses I had made with the ryders and S60. I basically spent almost two years growing nothing but autoflowers...

And it was the biggest mistake I had made, I only hope someone had told me to grow REAL STRAINS. After I started growing REAL STRAINS, everything went UP, potency, yield, smells, tastes, EVERYTHING.

Autoflowering strains are only useful OUTSIDE if you can't flower REAL STRAINS outside.
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Jarvis Ninderwill - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 05:32:26 EST ID:6EMUflQE No.138120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138118
>>138116
Sheesh, dont have to bite my head off. Only time when OP should consider autos is when its Lowryder we're talking about. I understand that they are made for outdoors when the light cycles aren't ideal for flowering.
I only suggested those for their size and their value in stealth, nothing more.
But anyway, bashing me without any real info on REAL STRAINS doesn't do much for OP. Maybe throw in some strain suggestions while you're at it.
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David Pagglenut - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 07:02:20 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138120
Basically anything that doesn't have ruderalis in the genetics. Even a small percentage of ruderalis will water down any good photosensitive strain.
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Nigger Clebberkodge - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 23:44:18 EST ID:mREAJrY4 No.138131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138120
any strain thats not lowryder related would work good, that's mostly what people are getting at, but you can take it personal and get butthurt if you want


let's talk about lamps by Thomas Hoddlefutch - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:24:15 EST ID:Fqru+xqn No.138053 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a relatively new grower (completed 3 grows) and I'm considering upgrading my lamp. I have a few questions though:
>how often do you have to replace your bulbs? I have a 400W HPS which has been used for veg and flower during those 3 grows, so about 13-14 months in total.
>can I just replace my 400W bulb with a 600W or do I need to upgrade the ballast as well? would it be worth it to make the switch, considering I'm only growing in a relatively small area (60x60x180cm)?
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Hannah Ginnerworth - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 00:30:41 EST ID:icobKYl7 No.138103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138101
Have you ever grown weed? Did you use a filter from the very start, because of what you read? If you had just gone for it, you would KNOW for a FACT that if you keep your windows shut, the only thing that is going to stink like weed is your house. So sick of this stupid type shit here. Used to be better when /crops/ was a new board.
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Nathaniel Harrytane - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 12:55:36 EST ID:5n9vP3mS No.138111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138103
Yea and it started to smell 1 week into veg at week 2 it was really bad

About your "solution", have you thought about how much YOU smell once you leave the house, shit gets into your clothes.
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David Pagglenut - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 04:52:14 EST ID:NCSGJFoG No.138119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138111
I've had tiny male plants that you could smell outside the front door, smells are a real problem. Not all plants smell, but most do.
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Fanny Sinnerbit - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 14:12:19 EST ID:dKubUqkI No.138126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138103
Yeah, it's so fucking stupid to be cautious about getting arrested.
nb cause you're stupid
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Nicholas Channerdedge - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 18:29:14 EST ID:mREAJrY4 No.138128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138103
fuck i hate this board sometimes nb


Pine forest grow by Lydia Seshlotch - Thu, 15 Jan 2015 07:29:14 EST ID:1ppm0ApK No.138085 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So what environments are good for outdoor grows?

I've been thinking about using a pine forest, do they provide generally good nutrients and conditions for a grow?

Also, the ground of this pine forest is literally ankle deep in pine needles, would this be a problem?
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Eliza Mingersetch - Thu, 15 Jan 2015 12:26:50 EST ID:T6Zpr07A No.138088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not much else grow in a pineforrest for some reason (ph?)
Check the outdoor grows on google mixed woodland and old meadows
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Isabella Toothall - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 03:28:56 EST ID:lFXK4B7W No.138105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138088
I'm pretty sure it's pH; I've been advised to use pine needle droppings to acidify soil.
Blueberries love it, though.


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