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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated March 22)
LED lumens per cubic feet? by Sidney Dodgetag - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 20:52:54 EST ID:L9qbicZu No.146166 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a tent that is 41 cubic feet. I have 29k lumens from my LED lights. Will this be optimal for that tent space? I don't care about heat, just whether that lumens per cubic foot is good with LEDs. Does anybody have an idea or does it entirely depend on the LED spectrum?
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Oliver Sickleterk - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 17:39:38 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.146178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh you americans

Actually it's even half of that. 400W/sqm is considered optimal.
You can go higher, and get something out of it but you'd have to utilize some vertical growing techniques like V-sog, scrog/lst.

LED spectrum wise, get warm white 2700-3500k low cri high efficient LEDs should be at 160-200 lumen/watt (yes 200, check out samsung linear led modules)
These are better than any possible red/blue light at this point. Don't buy the purple crap, nobody in the greenhouse industry uses them.
Hannah Dartgold - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 01:57:39 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The sun puts down about 1100watts per square meter. Does it for free too. If you could control the heat and pay the power bill at that density of light indoors the plants could almost certainly handle it. Maybe if you lived in Barrow, Alaska, kept your tent outdoors during midwinter and powered it with stolen crude oil.
Nell Buvinghood - Sat, 11 Aug 2018 16:09:43 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.146236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of the suns energy isn't used by the plants. And that 1kw /sqm figure is true for high noon near the equator with a clear sky, so...
Anyway that 400W / sqm figure is a general ballpark figure for indoor and it has some caveats.
That was true for HPS light (if you use highly efficient leds it's actually a little bit lower even) and it is meant to get the most out of a particular light meaning:
If you give it more space the quality of the product will suffer, if you give it less space the yield won't be as high.
Of course if you want to get the most out of a particular space you go with more light intensity.
1000W / sqm is still too much (not to say it won't work you are just wasting power and making it hard on yourself.)
600W / sqm if you want to get the most out of an area. Any more again you will be wasting power and it will be harder to keep cool.

2nd grow, im very new to this. by Jarvis Sesslehatch - Wed, 30 May 2018 06:57:50 EST ID:rkA5IDmJ No.146030 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i have 3 plants over here and theyre all in 40l pots, two of them are getting these discolorations, besides that they look very healthy. Should i be worried?
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Fucking Duckham - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 22:56:17 EST ID:BXQQW9TG No.146126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hahaha shut the fuck up
William Woffingforth - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 07:47:18 EST ID:I5lXmNdy No.146215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just found this on one of my plants. what did you do to get rid of them?
Hannah Dartgold - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 01:41:31 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If its just one spot you can just remove that leaf and nip it in the bud that way a lot of the time.

Camoflage a window board grow by James Cimbledut - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 02:02:43 EST ID:Lo7Co/Tg No.145888 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What plants and flowers can I grow in the same pot as my weed so it would make my grow less obvious?
A plant that grows roughly at the same speed during the first weeks would be great.

Im asking because I'm starting a window board grow. I live in the fortunate situation that only fellow students can see what I do and my window gets about 10 hours of direct light per day. Enough for an automatic

When they get real tall or obvious I plan to move them inside, under artificial light or behind my windows, which I would outfit with diffusion foil.
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Frederick Tootson - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 07:40:41 EST ID:AFmUYidR No.146107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
interested in an update anon
Lydia Soblingfag - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 22:29:06 EST ID:JxdT0KFA No.146108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There are plenty of plants that look a lot more like weed then this.
Fanny Savingwater - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 01:52:40 EST ID:SxNf8U1i No.146214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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beach sand mix by Cedric Clepperbidge - Sun, 22 Jul 2018 16:19:33 EST ID:4IBo6cDc No.146171 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What if i use beach sand + compost as media for planting??
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Matilda Dembleville - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 21:27:00 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
all the dried kelp and calcium mixed in with the sand makes it a nice mix in if you want to add some weird shit to your soil for shits and giggles. i never used it at 50% but it would probably work. i was to try growing in a large loaf of sourdough bread or maybe in unbaked
George Lightspear - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 00:19:19 EST ID:CvsKMy8d No.146180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>i was to try growing in a large loaf of sourdough bread or maybe in unbaked
Wesley Chettingcocke - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 09:20:08 EST ID:4yOFCivp No.146208 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>i was to try growing in a large loaf of sourdough bread or maybe in unbaked

Post it if happen

What's up with my plant? by Hamilton Blythespear - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 14:33:58 EST ID:F5Zo2jXE No.146189 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Second time grower here. I previously grew one plant and it turned out okay. I decided to try again. Bought two clones from a dispensary and transplanted them into my grow tent 3 weeks ago. Originally, it looks very healthy; in fact my other plant was the one that was starting to wilt. A week later, the tables had turned and my previously wilting plant exploded in growth and looks really good now. However, one of my plant's stems aren't growing longer, it's only growing fan leaves. Anyone have an idea why this is happening? I couldn't find much information about it.

A little bit of info regarding my set up: 6x3x3 ft grow tent, 125W lamp, 2 inline fans with proper ventilation, 2 more small circular fans inside to circulate airflow. Both plants are using the same medium + nutrients. pH level is 6.8, fairly normal.
Hamilton Blythespear - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 14:36:41 EST ID:F5Zo2jXE No.146190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dumping a few pics to show the struggling plant.
Hamilton Blythespear - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 14:40:11 EST ID:F5Zo2jXE No.146191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's what my healthy plant looks like in relation to my other one. The stems have been stretching nicely.
Sophie Tillingbury - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 21:43:08 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
russet/broad mites is my best guess, your healthy one has is too. i had that little curl on the serration tip last summer when i was trying to figure out what was going on. once shit got worse i figured it out eventually, but i was on potassium deficiency from overwatering for a week and nute lockout from too much foliar calcium for another before i decide to try pest control. shit gets bad if you let it get out of hand, but it can be beat pretty easy with the right stuff. a lot of the right stuff you don't want to be applying near flowers though. you can beat them back with out completely eliminating them and then apply DE for further control and rinse the DE out of your flowers once they have resin on them. seems to me like russets don't eat the resinous part of the plant. i have russets in my garden on my veg plants right now and i have autos flowering nearby. i don't spray the autos at all and they don't show problems, if i stop spraying my regulars (still in veg) for 5 days i start to see russet damage so i have this idea that if you can nurse you plant along far enough into flower eventually it protects itself from the pests.

Just fuck my shit up by Shitting Clenningsurk - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 16:20:18 EST ID:ZSegG4yv No.146192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was in the hospital for two weeks. While I was out, my friend was in charge of my greenhouse. I come back to see this shit. Any idea what the problem could be?

It’s a light dep greenhouse in California
Sophie Tillingbury - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 21:32:43 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
russet mites.
also you're running some big cali dep greenhouse and you're asking for help on 420/crops?
shit by the time you get a reply its likely to be too late, especially considering how damned hot it is. what have you already treated for? post more pics of your grow, even if they look shitty, OP is an OK pic, but moar pics will help.
Doris Gibbertick - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 04:47:10 EST ID:3cvBQsis No.146294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i'm just taking a hit of some free image hosting here don't mind me

First time grow help by Nigel Diffingwat - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 06:15:34 EST ID:xLdmvCfa No.145592 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Growing in a tent 8 weeks into flower and two of my plants have been looking worse and worse, everything i try seems to fail so i hope you guys could help my clueless little brain

As you can see the buds are browning and turning crispy but ive seen no signs of mold

Thanks in advance guys
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Jarvis Dablingshit - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 21:47:50 EST ID:B0kZyQRI No.146147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well botrytis and overwatering was already guessed, so i'm gonna hop on the nute burn train because i'm a nonconformist.
OP is your nitrogen over 1000000 ppm?
Caroline Wobbletirk - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 19:17:49 EST ID:NCtp+u6l No.146150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>1000000 ppm
Liquid nitrogen is the yield TRICK, I tell ya
Graham Buzzbury - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 18:40:45 EST ID:5R5q7BKE No.146193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh shit, I've been having same shit happening to me too.

Going to try this not happening this time around.
My guess is LED too close and overwatering.
Are you using LED light op?

LST right before flowering by William Navingnag - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 21:29:17 EST ID:WXocC9nl No.146187 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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if my plants are about four feet tall au naturel pre-flowering, will I benefit from tying them down at about a 90 degree angle and trying to level the branches?

what i'm hoping to get out of this is mainly a shorter plant with a more spread out yield than a big fat cola on top.

since i have some males i bent them to see how they'd take it and they seem to handle it fine, although i dont have plant ties to keep them in place just yet

>pic related
Martha Grimbury - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 11:42:36 EST ID:NCtp+u6l No.146188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should have done this weeks ago.
It'll help, but not much.

Autoflower by Phyllis Sillerfield - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 05:21:29 EST ID:aWb7Y/oB No.146151 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an autoflower currently on 12/12 because its in there with another photoperiod plant which is done, can I swap the auto back to 18/6 without fucking it up? I've read that true autos won't care about light schedules but I haven't been able to find anything about moving them back to veg schedules after already being in 12/12

Blue cheese auto unrelated
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Barnaby Faddledale - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 21:38:15 EST ID:NCtp+u6l No.146168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Too big for the tent? It's like 14" tall.
Sidney Cruzzlelodge - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:24:00 EST ID:aWb7Y/oB No.146169 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That tent is my big one, I have another 60x60x120 tent and was doing the spiral LST thing, it got way too wide and in the past I've had mold issues flowering in it because its way too small and humid.
Sidney Cruzzlelodge - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 06:17:24 EST ID:aWb7Y/oB No.146170 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Also thats an old plant, was my first autoflower so didn't wana fuck with it too much to see how they grow. The one I'm talking about is really wide.

Lions mane cultivation by Isabella Grimshit - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 07:56:04 EST ID:hSfS1qf8 No.146068 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i grew this baby from a standard bag kit and I'm curious on how to keep it going from here. I understand that I need to keep spraying the now fruitless bag to keep it moist enough for the next flush to start but I'm wondering if I could take some mycellium samples and make some cultures from it. I researched a bit but have found information on how to start a culture from spores but not so much on how to start one with mycellium. Any help would be much appreciated.
>just use the spores
I tried to take spores from my fruit but I didn't seem to get many or if any. Ive only ever taken spores from a few mushrooms and this print doesnt really look like a print. Ill try and post that before I get home to see if anyone has suggestions or words of insight.
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bresscelsus - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 14:01:01 EST ID:Y/TIWb/2 No.146079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the irregular shape of the spore print isnt that suprising as the fruiting body itself doesnt look like any mushroom in the common understanding. if you hadnt provided context id have thought that to be calcination from hard water.

its possible to use a gas burner to ensure sterility at your work station since the up drift caused by it creates a cone in which virtually no particles descend. i prefer an SAB but tbh both are a giant pain in the ass. the burner since it drives me on the verge of melting and the SAB since it severly hinders mobility and the ammount of material one can work with at a time. if you opt for an SAB get the biggest and most sturdy one you can work with.

concerning your picture from mycotopia, you should always flame sterilize the needle. alcohol does not sterilize things, it merely disinfects them. cleaning a syring with boiling water is fine, tbh im such an inecological shithead that i just get a bunch of them for cheap. .05€ a pop wont kill my wallet, though it does have a negative impact on the ecosystem.

expanding a culture from tissue samples is as easy as placing a uncontaminated piece of tissue on a suitable growing media. considering the shap of your fruiting bodies it might be hard if not terribly uncomfortable to get a piece of inner tissue so perhaps you should instead opt for making multiple attempts at once so atleast some will pull through clean at the first iteration, if not you can always isolate a clean section of a petri dish and transfer that to another in order to expand a clean culture. i really like the gamma ray presterilized polystyrene dishes, but if extra cost in electricity and labour doesnt phase you, you can go for borosillicate dishes. its just that i easily break shit and theyre a bigger starting investment
generally starting a culture from spores is prefered since it starts a new generation with fresh genetics untainted by senescense but since you dont intend to grow your species in the wild, tissue cloning should be fine as you can control the environmental parametres to get proper fruiting.
but keep in mind that both tissue cultures as well as spore cultures require either cleanliness or tenacity especially since you just started

i havent really found a truely complete source for amateur mycology, im afraid that for now youll be stuck with comparing multiple sources. i recommend The mushroom cultivator or just about anything by paul stamets, the shroomery and the starter video series by marc keith aka roger rabbit and some scripts for practical microbiology courses. you can easily find a ton of video and text material provided by universities that explain techniques and methodology in a comprehensive manner. i was lucky enough to blow like a dozen credit points on microbiology courses in uni
-if you fail to locate marc keiths video series i could upload it to some filehoster. since he supposedly only produced the series to finance his wifes cancer treatment, i have no moral quarrels about sharing my copies, seeing as shes already passed away some time ago.
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John Billingfuck - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 10:32:20 EST ID:EmkdJiOB No.146154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wow thank you so much for your information!
Ive been researching a long time and this is some grade a info. Sorry for the late reply. I started a new job recently. I'm gonna have a significant pay increase so I'm gonna try and build a shed lab for fun. Ill look for those vids today and let you know here.
>if youre still around
pr - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 02:24:27 EST ID:91FQ6Zw9 No.146164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no worries, just be sure to take your time when it comes to planning. nothing worse than realizing a flaw as soon as youre done.

is that ginger? dont try to eat the leaves, they taste like eucalyptus soap.

Is this COB good for growing in space bucket? by Nicholas Cragglenark - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 05:16:57 EST ID:YBPdJ10D No.146134 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are two of these cob good for an auto flower?
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Priscilla Fessleford - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 16:36:44 EST ID:ol/Sob4l No.146137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
200w is going to cook your bucket
a 50w cree will be more then enough or a quantum board
Basil Blummlestone - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:12:56 EST ID:YBPdJ10D No.146140 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Is it cool to just run the 100W? I'd plan to have a heat sink and exhaust fans so that'd be fine right?

Just worried about how many lumens my baby is going to need
Nicholas Crankinladge - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 06:29:34 EST ID:ePUTzbMD No.146141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those cheap "100w" COBs are crap. Just get the smallest quantum board or a 50w citizen COB.

Also space buckets are dumb, it would be so much easier to just get a small grow tent that you can put together and take apart in 5 minutes.

Like a month later by Edward Bammerham - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 19:01:23 EST ID:CdeKassd No.145896 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Bought spores and bags separate.Injected bags about 4 weeks ago maybe a bit longger and these still haven't fully colonised.

Now the bags came in a small cardboard box and the seller said just inject them then put them back in the box and put them in a warm cupboard.

I've half thought maybe it's not warm enough in here but thermometer says it's around 72f in this room.I thought it was colder and the bags seem to be slightly cold to touch
Electric thermometer now says it's 71f and that's under the bag and folded over in the bag(bags now on A tshirt on the floor)

Should I speed them up and put them on my heat mat what a friend got from a mushroom fruiting kit.Or should I just have some patience?
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Nathaniel Shittinghall - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 01:18:35 EST ID:FSkLuKOs No.146117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
don't heat your colonization space, that's just dumb
which your spore syringe is loaded with, you'd need to get a clean culture to succeed with grains 100%
Nathaniel Shittinghall - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 01:22:03 EST ID:FSkLuKOs No.146119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
contaminants which your syringe is loaded with*
Nell Gissleweg - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 17:07:52 EST ID:vdtZzyP7 No.146138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel like your already half asking this and you are totally going to fuck up that tub if you try because of it

Hello friends by Nell Gissleweg - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 03:47:44 EST ID:vdtZzyP7 No.146133 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I read this ten and its basically how to grow a lot of grain spawn from well
So I dont think its mentioned does he make the spawn then
>instead of spawn to substrate
he just
>goes from spawn to spawn
>and just throws it into tubs?

>Another one

I am working on a couple of mono tubs and I realized that there are these thee plots that each have a tree in the middle them in the back of my house that are basically big pots of stone bricks, enclosed spaces I can use for growing outdoors, for science of course, never done it outdoors.
And I can maybe get a couple good grows before it gets cold.
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This year's charity case by Jenny Fossleletch - Mon, 21 May 2018 20:33:42 EST ID:55peluM6 No.146011 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I helped a friend with some clones that took to outdoor acclimatization poorly, shall we say... Anyway, I weeded out a few that didn't make it, found a better spot with less sun, and all the other general stuff involved with NOT putting domed trays of never-seen-sun clones in full noon sun.
I kept an eye on them, thinking they probably flash friend pretty well, but they mostly bounced back. A few days later, I noted that one of the left for dead plants refused to give up the ghost! Tossed in a corner away from full sun, on her side, amidst the corpses of her sisters, she had turned her head, her one good leaf, back up to the sun!
So this season's charity case has arrived in my life. I don't know what she is, since the trays were labeled but not the individual clones... But she's potentially a Sour Punch #3, or a Chemical Weapon.
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Sidney Turveydale - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 17:57:00 EST ID:NCtp+u6l No.146064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Slowly but surely, she becomes a plant.
George Crebberchodging - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 00:05:37 EST ID:NCtp+u6l No.146129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wasn't planning on planting her, but here she is...
Nell Baffinggold - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 03:00:44 EST ID:uBY6Q3qf No.146131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that plant looks like its all set up to go crazy as soon as it gets it hooks into all that nice soil.

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