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Psychedelics by Derminator - Fri, 22 May 2015 04:53:23 EST ID:vLceGoWf No.139626 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So does anyone know if growing Psilocybin mushrooms from spores actually yield anything worthwhile?
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Lillian Muvingtet - Sat, 23 May 2015 20:37:18 EST ID:XqWeVANj No.139661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah its definitely worthwhile since its only like a month till harvest and you can produce a shitton if you follow the right TEK.
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Charles Gillerway - Sun, 24 May 2015 04:07:47 EST ID:vLceGoWf No.139669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139627
thanks hommie
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Jarvis Hallydidge - Sun, 24 May 2015 16:47:55 EST ID:LHdtMA3k No.139683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139626
It's how most black market shrooms are sourced. What, you think your shroom dealer bases his business model on going out and hunting for shit in cow fields?
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Rebecca Hannerhood - Mon, 25 May 2015 03:17:30 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139683
>you think your shroom dealer bases his business model on going out and hunting for shit in cow fields?
I wish people would be this determined.
>TFW I just buy magic truffles from official retailers
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Charlotte Wocklewater - Mon, 25 May 2015 22:50:08 EST ID:25X2Aqoa No.139718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139690
Truffles are awesome if you cant find mushrooms


LED lights by Cyril Bovingtack - Mon, 16 Feb 2015 22:28:18 EST ID:VR2sb2ne No.138419 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Give me the skinny on all things LED. I want to have a good grow lamp, I'd like to avoid the heat plumes and the high energy cost of HIDs. I have a small outdoor shed that is in risk of getting too hot. Even with fans, I'd like to avoid the extra heat of HID lamps.

So what am I looking for? Is this even possible? I've had some veteran growers tell me that LEDs are useless and a waste of money for growing weed. Why might that be? A full spectrum grow lamp is what I'm after, right? One site even told me that I should get a LED set up with UV lights--wouldn't that hurt the plant more than anything else?
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Edward Driblingbeck - Sun, 24 May 2015 09:22:56 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139662
over the course of centuries.
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Rebecca Hannerhood - Mon, 25 May 2015 04:12:38 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>All this fighting
So the guy that mentioned I wasn't going to get more than a gram was sort of right, I don't think my plant will grow any further. But it had nothing to do with the LED lights, so in context that guy is still a cunt. (Pot size + Outdoors period ruined the initial start.)

There's another thread for bitching about strains and purities and genotype-Nazism or whatever the fuck you guys think you want to practice here. You're a shitty fucking elitist if you can't even find the right thread.
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 04:49:24 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139691
Pot size has nothing to do with that plant's size. The amount of light is the only reason it's so small. Next time you might want to do some LST also.

Here's a Black Cream in a yoghurt cup, 12 grams dry.
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Charlotte Fanworth - Mon, 25 May 2015 04:56:50 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.139693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139691
Thats the thing with autos if the plant got a bad start there is no time for recovery
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Polly Sullypodge - Mon, 25 May 2015 14:30:59 EST ID:icobKYl7 No.139712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139692
That is mind blowing.


Lamps by Jenny Wisslestock - Sun, 24 May 2015 15:24:57 EST ID:iXy4MZaq No.139680 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would a 200W HPS be sufficient for a 60x60x120 tent? I had a 600W I got for free in there and fried some of my plants with it. Though I could get something else instead, my budget is $100-1k.
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 02:50:51 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139681
There's no way a 600w HPS fits in a 60x60x120cm tent, not even with a shitty cooltube. A 400w hps is maximum with a cooltube, 250w without one.

source; real life experience
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 02:51:54 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139687
OP, the 250w light is perfect for the space as long as you have a decent inline fan pulling air out from the tent. I'd recommend 4 plants in scrog for that tent.
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Oliver Hinnerforth - Mon, 25 May 2015 12:14:00 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A 200W HPS is plenty (sure it's 200, not 250?) , 150W is the best fit.

Another good choice in that range are PL-Ls 3-4x 55W or 150W CDMs if you DIY your fixture.
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 12:33:10 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139707
A 250w CMH works in that size tent as well. It's what I used in my 60x60x140 tent.
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Jarvis Blatherforth - Mon, 25 May 2015 20:23:28 EST ID:5kVBBTsR No.139716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139687
oops. I read that as 60x60 inch (5ft). I guess that would be a tall tent in that case. Yeah, it's a pretty small space to cram a 600W light, lol.


Free copy of my bookThe Ten Pound Plant by The Ten Pound Plant - Sat, 09 May 2015 16:36:12 EST ID:ZSW5UDsS No.139378 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys I wrote this book on growing after learning from the best.

It's a step by step plan spring to fall how to grow 14 foot tall plants that harvest 10 pounds of dried trimmed herb off of each.

I'm offering a free PDF version for a week.

http://tinyurl.com/kp3nmxh

Www.thetenpoundplant.com
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The Ten Pound Plant - Sat, 09 May 2015 19:32:52 EST ID:S59Ic3KX No.139387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139384
Building a green house with 1x4s 2x4s 1.5 inch PVC 3/4 rebar and 8 ml agricultural plastic is cheap and easy. I built a 45 x 13 x 10 (lxwxh) green house for less than a grand.
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Lillian Sammlesin - Sun, 10 May 2015 04:07:45 EST ID:tKpLtb0O No.139394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139386
fair enough
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Wesley Gipperfitch - Mon, 11 May 2015 13:38:37 EST ID:IvUuWqvb No.139422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139378
reading it right now
thanks op
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Phyllis Gucklelit - Mon, 25 May 2015 06:07:34 EST ID:ebRxxofF No.139695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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looks like anon did a good compilling job, lots of info verry clearly written. cuddo's!
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Eliza Clollynere - Mon, 25 May 2015 11:39:51 EST ID:lWsXplAL No.139704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks, will give it a read.


Highest yielding Indica strain for price per seed?Also First grow General by John Clonnerlat - Mon, 18 May 2015 16:11:25 EST ID:Z26n/+ux No.139519 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Title says it all, really.

I'm going to be starting my first grow within the next four or five months once I move into my new house, and I'd really like some advice on what the highest yielding pure Indica strain would be for price per seed, and first time grow tips and things of that nature.

The strains I'm strongly considering are as follows:
Northern Lights
Master Kush
White Rhino
Dynamite
Green Poison

I'm considering Northern Lights the most because of the price per seed and overall magnitude of yield and bud quality. Master Kush is in second for the same reasons. At first, I really wanted to try out Dynamite, however, the price per seed is just too much for my budget at the moment. I'll probably try it out for my third or fourth grow, so I can save up more money.

Advice? Suggestions? I've also read that Critical Mass is pretty decent, as well as Aurora Indica. First time growing tips would be greatly appreciated.
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Whitey Mendlenare - Sun, 24 May 2015 16:16:14 EST ID:/fbpg3tP No.139682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139675
I hope that's not supposed to be pic related.
hybrid as fuck
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 02:52:34 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139682
It's a sativa from a village in guatemala. It's not a hybrid.
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Eliza Nundlewell - Mon, 25 May 2015 05:04:09 EST ID:/fbpg3tP No.139694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139689
bud structure
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 07:10:29 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139694
Oh okay, I'll tell ACE Seeds that their strains aren't what they say they are, because a guy on a dead imageboard says so.
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Eugene Wopperspear - Mon, 25 May 2015 07:16:15 EST ID:2II0l42m No.139697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139696
Pink stigmas are a common trait in south american sativas, but I guess it's not a real sativa since that guy says the bud structure is wrong, probably should look identical to the Dr. Shitspoon.


fertilizer question by Phyllis Doddlelog - Sun, 24 May 2015 17:06:46 EST ID:N+fdQw58 No.139684 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, i tried posting this question on / MATH /, but I suppose this board is more fitting.
If the ratio of NPK is 20-4-8 how much actual NPK are in a 100lb bag of fert?
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 24 May 2015 17:32:41 EST ID:AoN3zFy0 No.139685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139684
20% fixed nitrogen
4% fixed phosphorous
8% potash

Nitrogen is nitrogen.
Phosphorous has a conversion of 45% (P2O5
Potassium is a conversion of 80% K2O

N: .20*1 = 20%
P: .45*4 = 1.8%
K: .8 *8 = 6.4%
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Phyllis Doddlelog - Sun, 24 May 2015 17:47:57 EST ID:N+fdQw58 No.139686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thank you kindly


Melon by Lydia Breshhot - Sat, 23 May 2015 05:17:17 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.139649 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My melon plant is developing some kind of green tentacle
Anyone know what it is ?
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Albert Mebberfield - Sun, 24 May 2015 00:51:10 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.139663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Look what this fucker did overnight
I better build some kind of support so it leaves the other plant alone
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Henry Sidgekatch - Sun, 24 May 2015 02:37:56 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139663
Y'know, this kind of stuff could inspire some amazing hentai.
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wendy - Sun, 24 May 2015 02:40:23 EST ID:yYZJN6pi No.139666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139663
haha. good to know what they can do for/against you though right? but trust me, that ain't going to be the only one. there will be many.

that one in your pic, it's no trouble, it ain't wrapped enough yet that you even gotta clip it. you can unwrap it, reposition it on a trellis or fence or a fortified dowel base or whatever you want to do with it,
though if you allow (or intentionally place) the tendrils to climb up something like a trellis - rather than keeping them in check and letting the vine grow at ground level - then you gotta worry about vertical support or the melons later (gravity issues) .. a lot of people that grow their melons up on a fence or a trellis or whatever, they just support the melons by hanging them in a pair of pantyhose and tying it to the fence. works great, plus saves a lot of space if you grow a lot of other crop on a plot with limited size.

don't know how much you know bout growin melons so pardon if my advice sounds like i'm talkin down or anything,. not my intention.
though i do wonder out of curiosity how you're gonna deal wit melons in what appears to be such a small pot? are they a bush variety, like with 3-4' vines or do you intend to transplant or what? cus if that pot is as small as it looks, you'll likely end up with some stunted melons that aren't too choice for eaten
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Albert Mebberfield - Sun, 24 May 2015 03:09:42 EST ID:bOAg+Bfl No.139667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139666
My intention is to replant it in a larger bucket
Pinch the flowers so i get 1 or 2
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 24 May 2015 15:08:50 EST ID:AoN3zFy0 No.139679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139667
This is such a hilarious fucking sight.

It looks as if you planted a sprout in the pot and waited a few days and came back to this fucking melon on your pot. That's some minecraft growing shit.


Shrooms by Charlotte Smallwell - Fri, 22 May 2015 12:47:02 EST ID:Hrfo5QUz No.139635 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Out of curiosity how should the mycelium look like when taken from a plastic bag and put in a vermiculite box?

100% mycelium, no grain?

I saw an acquaintance do some transplanting, there were still whole grains, although the plastic bag was all white - Should he have waited?
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 23 May 2015 18:59:57 EST ID:rzc08Z9Q No.139659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139635
If no competition, then thin and spread out.
If competition with others, then thick voluminous tentacles will grow and secrete bright baby blue coloured striations.

The latter is what you want. But keep in mind that it's incredibly easy to fuck up the latter so be careful when introduction other species of non-psychoactive mushrooms.
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top post - Sun, 24 May 2015 10:22:43 EST ID:Hrfo5QUz No.139677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How easy is it t o fuck up moving substrate to grow box?

How contamination? From a scale of smearing feces on the Cecelia to washing hands with soap and doing it in your living room with cats running around?
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 24 May 2015 15:07:38 EST ID:AoN3zFy0 No.139678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139677
Get a hypodermic syringe and create a rubber septum filter in your tupperware box.
All you need is a completely airtight environment in which you sterilise everything with a pressure cooker. Then, toss the sterilised faeces in the container and sterilise again.
Inject the spores in and place some bread in direct sunlight out in the open and wait a few days. Once the shrooms have grown a noticeable amount, so would the open air bread. Scoop a VERY small amount of the bread mould spores into the syringe and inject it back into the septum to introduce foreign species.
After 2-6 weeks, you can harvest them.

Remember to sterilise the syringe and septum before injecting. You can sterilise the syringe by filling it with water and putting it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Use hydrogen peroxide on the needle followed by a 70% isopropanol wash.


PF TEK First Time by Betsy Herringlock - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 00:29:27 EST ID:2j0L8+GY No.138161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Been wanting to do this a long time, and it's finally happening.
I ordered 4 10cc syringes. Ecuador, Golden Teacher, Penis Envy, and B+
Spent a few hours researching and it seems pretty simple actually. I have a few concerns though.
My roommate keeps the temp in here at about 68 F. Will that be okay or do I need to raise the temp a bit? I don't think I'll be able to mist and fan them 3-5 times a day since I have a job and I'm gone for around 6-10 hours a day. Is there a way to set something up to keep it at the right humidity without having to manually spray them throughout the day? Since it seems like I should be using a light as well, how far from the terrarium should I keep the light?
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Shitting Grandfuck - Fri, 22 May 2015 07:00:00 EST ID:Se8AiYb2 No.139628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139625
Spores and More is a good fb group for this shit.
Fuck le shroomery.
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Graham Shittingspear - Fri, 22 May 2015 08:16:55 EST ID:2j0L8+GY No.139630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i wish someone had some advice for me. my mini monotubs have very few fruits. one big tub got trich. i'm thinking i might try another strain soon since apparently penis envy isn't working out to well for me. i think i should have let them colonize longer maybe but i don't even know anymore.
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Nigger Grimworth - Sun, 24 May 2015 05:35:44 EST ID:2j0L8+GY No.139671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139630
Updating again. In this pic you can see the few good fruits i got from my mini monotubs. I wasn't sure if I would get anything so I'm pretty happy with the little bit I did get. There's not much more but there are some smaller ones still growing I will pick another day. Some of the funkiest looking shrooms i've ever seen. These penis envy took a pretty damn long time to get. So next strain I will try is Golden Teacher. I'm still hoping the big monotubs i put into fruiting will do better.
Advice for me for next time: I need to wait until I actually see pins before putting the tubs into fruiting conditions. Oh well.
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Nigger Grimworth - Sun, 24 May 2015 05:36:41 EST ID:2j0L8+GY No.139672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139671
forgot pic. sorry i'm tired, i got off work super late.
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Nigger Grimworth - Sun, 24 May 2015 05:41:39 EST ID:2j0L8+GY No.139673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In order to get most of those shrooms I had to lift the substrate out of the tub, since most of them were growing from the side of the tub instead of the top which would have been ideal. The tub in this pic i flipped over and put into a bigger tub, so hopefully the shrooms that were getting squished on the sides and bottom will grow bigger easier. I don't know if this was a good idea or not, but i'm experimenting since i don't have anyone to help. Unless you guys have any advice.
My other two mini mono's i put in bigger tubs as well but didn't flip over. Any advice? oh well, i am super excited to try these. xD


Debate by Ernest Dobbernadging - Wed, 20 May 2015 02:36:47 EST ID:lx7L9tDF No.139564 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If you lived in a medical state with authorized grows and wanted to grow from seed in order to do ScROG effectively, would you A) buy feminized seeds from a reputable seedbank overseas and risk losing them to customs, or B) buy seeds locally from a dispensary that doesn't offer feminized ones and risk getting males at $10 a seed?

It's a fight I'm having with myself. If anyone knows of a tutorial or has tips for doing ScROG with clones, then I can negate the argument and go over to a clone shop, but all the info I've been able to find has been on ScROG starting from seed.

Also, I'm doing hydro this go-round (I've used SOG with soil in the past, wanted to try new things), so does anyone have tips for moving soil clones to coco coir hydro? I'm doing a flush/water method, not recirculating (didn't have the money for it), so I'm going to be alternating watering sessions between nutrients and PH'd water. Any tips would be appreciated, /weed/referred me here.
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Jarvis Pittwater - Wed, 20 May 2015 02:54:19 EST ID:/fbpg3tP No.139566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139564
I don't understand what you're calling a problem about using clones for a scrog. You're talking screen-of-green? I have always done cloned everything. Grow a clone out big-ish, take lots more clones from it, and plant each in a pot as large as you need for your space. Veg those, then turn em over to 12/12.

IMO at least, fuck seeds. Only if you have time to devote to getting and keeping thoroughbreds (and even then, you're still gonna want to clone the best one) would I consider popping seeds.

Coco is super easy, and will work with most anything. I personally take clones in 2x2 rockwool cubes dat legal shit and put them in Coco Loco, just pre-charged coco mix in a bag. Transfer from 1gal to 3gal when they're about 14" tall.
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Ernest Dobbernadging - Wed, 20 May 2015 03:13:27 EST ID:lx7L9tDF No.139570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139566
The tutorial I found said to use seeds and not clones, but I'll take your word for it and try it. The clones nearby are rooted in soil, any tips for transferring to hydro?
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Phoebe Chimblestag - Wed, 20 May 2015 03:52:07 EST ID:HSwS2WiM No.139575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139570

Make that soil clone the mother and make clones from that and put those in rockwool.
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Fanny Gushfack - Wed, 20 May 2015 03:54:32 EST ID:a4FlPi/J No.139576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139570
You can use what ever you want in scrog. Just choose a flexible strain, I only have experience scrogging an OG#18, don't know why I never bothered with scrog again.
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Fanny Sozzlehere - Sat, 23 May 2015 18:12:13 EST ID:Qj14O/Pj No.139658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139570
Just to clarify, coco and hydro are not the same. You can use hydro nutes with coco, but functionally coco works the same as soil.


Using multiple light sources by Lydia Chinderfuck - Fri, 22 May 2015 14:08:24 EST ID:jmlq3qBi No.139636 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys I have some new plants I just started And I've been leaving them outside but when the sun goes away or it's too cold I've been putting them under a couple cfls. Is this safe?
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Doris Hiddletotch - Fri, 22 May 2015 14:51:40 EST ID:sDYSBE1+ No.139638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, you can use artificial lighting to supplement your plant's daily needs.
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Lillian Morrywill - Fri, 22 May 2015 20:58:18 EST ID:jmlq3qBi No.139644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139638
That's dope. Does that mean that I can switch timing too? Like do a 24 hour light cycle some days and do 18/6 other days?
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David Buzzspear - Fri, 22 May 2015 22:20:32 EST ID:QlqXomBK No.139645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139644

Yes


First indoor grow by Archie Bricklewater - Tue, 19 May 2015 13:08:02 EST ID:jmlq3qBi No.139538 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, I'm doing my first ever indoor grow and wa wondering if there is even a remote chance of getting decent buds with cfls. If its just a joke grow then I'd rather just spend my 50 bucks on some killer then sit around and wait 3 months for an ounce of leafy crap with white strands on it. Can I get anything even close to pic related? If I do everything properly?

The reason I decided to do an indoor grow with a light is because my friend showed me his grow op an it was just a single long bulb hanging in some old metal casing on a table. He showed me the bud and it was so frosty and good smelling I assumed he used a serious grow light, but it was just some hanging fluorescent light no fans or aluminum foil or anything, and the bud was better than half the shit I normally get and it wasn't even trimmed properly.

So I can get all the info without making a new thread I'd like to ask some questions,

  1. Can you guys recommended me some (cheap) cfls and wires and sockets to use and any nutrients I should get? My plants are already started past the seedling stage so I need nutrients for vegetation and budding.

2. Is it possible to switch around light sources? I'm using sun light right now until they grow about 2 feet and I want to store them in my closet because of neighbor an use cfls to light them and then switch to led lights to bud them for a better yield, if I have the money.

3. What is the expected yield on your average plant? I've heard of people collecting pounds off a plant but people with cfls say they only get about an ounce? Is it just impossible to grow big ass buds with just indoor lighting?

4. What wattage should I get on the bulbs and how many should I have for a small 5 foot space? Is it cheaper to get led lights or cfls? How much does it cost just to get proper sockets for them? I'm worried about costs like that I I need 7-8 lights.

Thank you in advance to anyone who helps
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Augustus Figglesine - Fri, 22 May 2015 15:08:04 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139637
These are complete fixtures, they are better than these CFLs but they only have 96W. And while these 2 ft T5s aren't upto of what their counterparts in HID department can do they are a decent value for their money. If you buy two of them you still need a timer, hangers and extra tubes for flowering vs veg.
But at least they aren't a complete waste of money, like the other things you came up with.
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Charles Gapperman - Fri, 22 May 2015 15:15:25 EST ID:PVy0o1u4 No.139640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139639
You don't need to change bulbs for flower. Fluorescent light sources have a pretty full spectrum to begin with.
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Lydia Chinderfuck - Fri, 22 May 2015 16:08:48 EST ID:jmlq3qBi No.139641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139639
Alright thanks I found the same light fixture but with 4 ft tubes and twice the lumens for only 10 dollars extra with each bulb being 54 watts. Will this give me okayish buds or will it just grow schwag shit?
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Augustus Figglesine - Fri, 22 May 2015 16:17:56 EST ID:lRln78qK No.139642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139641
If you can fit the 4ft ones definitely use them. The 4 ft ones are the sweet spot when it comes to florescent lights.
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Lydia Chinderfuck - Fri, 22 May 2015 16:42:37 EST ID:jmlq3qBi No.139643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139642
Okay good. I have some pretty nice seeds and I didn't want to waste them on growing junk.


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