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  1. our 1st time

    by , Today at 06:40 AM
    hi all a few pics of our garden experiment. grovn in our own compost and chicken poop ...
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  2. Dennise - No Longer The Newest Of Newbies - Not Growing In MG - Perpetual

    by , Today at 06:15 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    Ok, Denise. Here you go. This recipe will use almost all of the ProMix, Im assuming it is the 3.8 cu ft bale or roughly 24 gallons. The recipes use 23 gallons.

    Seedling mix:

    2 Gallons ProMix
    2 Quarts Perlite
    1 cup RBF Compost
    Cup Yum Yum
    3 Tablespoons Growology Step 1

    This is enough for ~ 8-10ea. 1 Quart Pots

    Veg Soil:

    6 Gallons ProMix
    1 Gallon Perlite
    3 Quarts Worm Castings
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  3. Dennise - No Longer The Newest Of Newbies - Not Growing In MG - Perpetual

    by , Today at 04:28 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    Ok, Denise. Here you go. This recipe will use almost all of the ProMix, Im assuming it is the 3.8 cu ft bale or roughly 24 gallons. The recipes use 23 gallons.

    Seedling mix:

    2 Gallons ProMix
    2 Quarts Perlite
    1 cup RBF Compost
    Cup Yum Yum
    3 Tablespoons Growology Step 1

    This is enough for ~ 8-10ea. 1 Quart Pots

    Veg Soil:

    6 Gallons ProMix
    1 Gallon Perlite
    3 Quarts Worm Castings
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  4. help me please

    by , Yesterday at 11:11 AM
    i need advice on auto grow ive got some auto in soil now for almost 30 days on 18/6 under a 430hps ive got a 1000 mh but its been so freakn hott and my ventalation yea until it cools off outside i need to leave the 430 up but its lookn like i could put the 1000 up next week maybe first timer growing auto when do i turn back the light to 12\12 or do i need to i herd its better for the plants to turn the light back too 12\12 and youll get better resultsie bigger buds any advice please and how many ...
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  5. First Grow - Adivce - Outdoor - UK - Mysterious bag seed - pot soil

    by , Yesterday at 06:45 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by youngertoker View Post
    Okay. This is my first grow, so I am keeping it simple using the smallest amount of money. I got a bag seed, so I germinated it using the wet towel method. I then planted it in a 300ml pot, the medium mix was taken from pots around my house which looked like a mix of top soil? + perlitte. I then planted it in a bigger pot - 8 inch wide x 6/7 inches high - medium was soil that has been sieved from my back garden, quite dry, sandy feeling. The plant out grew this pot in a couple weeks so I have now
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  6. Light distance chart

    by , 08-27-2014 at 07:12 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by beemerbill View Post
    this is a nice light chart

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  7. first time with auto flower

    by , 08-27-2014 at 04:57 PM
    I've got some berry ryder,some northern lights blue and dna;s lemon ALL auto I've got them under a 430 watt hps with a humidifier small one I'm on 18\6 light cycle it's been almost 30 days from time I put them to soil so im wondering do I turn back the light to 12\12 so as to help the plants flower better or can i leave the light cylce at 18\6 and I also have a 1000 watt mh should I use it in the last few weeks of flower or now or will this 430 do the trick Ive only got six plants growing now in ...
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  8. CapnStyle - Cost breakdown for initial costs, and recurring costs

    by , 08-27-2014 at 11:59 AM (The Capn's Grow)


    Q. Capn Style growing seems expensive, with the cost of rockwool, and the fancy air pots. How much does it cost to run Capn Style?

    A. Start up cost = $75 per plant. Recurring costs = $37 per plant.



    We can grow "capn style" in any size plant, but typically when we think of CapnStyle growing, we think of giant one pound plants. So for the scope of this blog ...
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  9. How does light affect freshly cut clones?

    by , 08-27-2014 at 06:04 AM (The Capn's Grow)
    Q. How much light should I give my clones?

    A. For freshly rooted clones, they should get ambient light only. When you see roots, then you can start to give them more light. When you see new growth, you can give them full light with the rest of your plants in vegetative growth.


    If your clone's leaves turn yellow, some people will think they are turning yellow because they aren't getting enough light. Actually, it's the opposite; they are getting too much light. ...
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  10. Marijuana And Crohn's Disease/Gastrointestinal Disorders

    by , 08-26-2014 at 06:31 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Finnel View Post
    O'Shaughnessy's published a study in its Autumn 2005 issue entitled "Cannabis Alleviates Symptoms of Crohn's Disease," by Jeff Hergenrather, M.D., that found:

    "[Crohn's] patients described marked improvements with the use of cannabis.

    Beneficial effects were reported for appetite, pain, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, activity, and depression. Patients also reported that cannabis use resulted in weight gain, fewer stools per day and fewer flare-ups of less
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    Tags: crohns, flare ups, mmj
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  11. Cannabinoid chart by ronnie6690

    by , 08-25-2014 at 10:07 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by ronnie6690 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdaddy View Post
    Dang, I did a google image search for the chart could not find it, o well, I liked the summary just wanted to see details.
    here's a different chart with same info.

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  12. This is prolly not the right place for this...

    by , 08-25-2014 at 09:09 PM
    Is there a way to change the name of a thread journal you have started?
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  13. New City Grower 2.0

    by , 08-25-2014 at 01:00 PM
    Both Denise and Reg are/will be using Growology step one for a myco innoculant. Step one is only mycos and humate and they both have plenty on hand.

    Denise will be using a bagged compost and worm castings to microbe innoculate her soil. Reg used a little composted mulch offered up free from the city. Those bio-active materials don't need to be used in great quantities because the Yum-Yum feeds the little critters like crazy. They will be fruitful and multiply.

    Denise ...
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  14. New City Grower 2.0

    by , 08-25-2014 at 11:07 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by slowgro View Post
    Hi Reg - trichomes brought me along for the soil discussion. Great stuff from PeeJay!


    Good to catch up a little. Love all the different things you're doing and trying, and obviously a lot of it works. I bet your humidifier/cloner would work with a cool air humidifier - good brainstorm!

    One reason peat-based mixes need time to cook before use: "Limestone is added to neutralize the acidity of peat. Limestone is a rock and needs time to break down from
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  15. KingJohnC's Lush Lighting LED Dominator 2x Soil Indoor Grow Journal and Review

    by , 08-25-2014 at 08:42 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by ronnie6690 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdaddy View Post
    Dang, I did a google image search for the chart could not find it, o well, I liked the summary just wanted to see details.
    here's a different chart with same info.

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