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  1. indicasloth

    Project Grow Room is a go!

    The plan is to attach a wood panel to the PVC ceiling, so as to evenly distribute the weight of the lights and ventilation. The ventilation fans will actually be mounted on a half-wall behind the grow tent, so that will reduce some stress on the PVC structure. Happy Toking! - Indica Sloth
  2. indicasloth

    Project Grow Room is a go!

    Designs have stabilized and the money is in the bank. Ready to order parts! So excited! Enclosure will be built with 1" PVC and Foylon walls. It will measure 5.3' x 3.75' x 6'. The enclosure will be anchored to pressure treated plywood at the base. If need be, it will also be anchored to the...
  3. indicasloth

    Need help with diy grow tent

    I have exactly 76" height to work with, so I will get a little more but not that much.
  4. indicasloth

    Need help with diy grow tent

    Thanks Steve, glad to hear the velcro idea will work.
  5. indicasloth

    Need help with diy grow tent

    2 primary questions: 1. Am I silly in thinking I need this much access room to the plants? Should I make it smaller? 2. How does one attach Foylon to 1/2" pvc pipe? I am thinking adhesive velcro and overlapping flaps at the edges. The Grow tent will be about 5'x5'x6′ made from 1/2" pvc...
  6. indicasloth

    What do you use for a reservoir?

    Howdy Y'All! I have gotten so much mixed feedback about the use of Rubbermaid totes in hydro/aero system, I thought I might start a poll, see what is really being used out there.
  7. indicasloth

    Got a new stash jar

    Wanted to share my new stash jar, normally it's filled with the days grind, but buds make a nicer picture. Happy Toking! - Indica Sloth
  8. New Stash Jar

    New Stash Jar

    <p>my new stash jar</p>
  9. indicasloth

    Misting Nozzle Placement

    I am having some trouble understanding where the mist nozzles should be placed in an HPA system. I will be using the 18 gal. Rubbermaid, but I will only be growing 4 plants, as that is the limit under Measure 91. When looking for Rubbermaid build references, this is the typical setup I seem...
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