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Bilbobudkin420

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Cold enough to freak out the plants! No idea why they don't sell those tube heaters in the states.
They are handy. The design takes up like zero space as long as you got that 4 inch gap on the deck you're golden
 

Preston9mm

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InTheShed

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No attachment to them poor gals... for shame!
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No more than for my lemon trees!
Got another storm heading our way. Supposed to be a lot warmer though.
Lows down to 42º here tonight, cloudy and a high of 64º tomorrow and then rain Wed and Thurs. Maybe I can just lay the insulating material on top of the light frame...
 

HiddenGrow

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Quick question. What is the difference between the W/ tap and W/o tap? Are you referring to tap water?

Rains hit hard in my part of LA. Yesterday I cut down my outdoor girls, They were starting to freeze at night. The rain came down hard when I chopped and stopped when I was done. It seems the weather has been moody here.
 

InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
Quick question. What is the difference between the W/ tap and W/o tap? Are you referring to tap water?

Rains hit hard in my part of LA. Yesterday I cut down my outdoor girls, They were starting to freeze at night. The rain came down hard when I chopped and stopped when I was done. It seems the weather has been moody here.
The naming of the plants is confusing. They get watered the same but one was planted with a tap root coming out of the peat and one was planted without. Hence the names no-tap and w'tap. I'd go with #1 and #2 but last time I did that I ended up with more bathroom jokes than plant comments. Maybe CDT and CDNT?

I've been bringing my plants in every night and leaving them under lights during the day when it's grey or raining. It's just how to keep them warm in the un-insulated shed that has been my issue this winter.

Are you north or south of the 101?
 
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InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
Dunno, the long range forecast isn't looking all that much better. The daytime highs aren't up enough to provide any starting heat to the shed so it's all down to the lights and the driver. I'm going to cut a piece of that insulation and lay it on the frame and see if I can keep that heat from rising.
 

Chris Scorpio

Member of the Month: July 2018
Ya my lowes have snuck close to freezing last week, looking like 50s for low and almost 70 for high

Keep yer Cali weather and gimme back my sunshine

Lol
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: March 2018 - Photo of the Month: April, Dec 2018, Apr 2019
how to keep them warm in the un-insulated shed that has been my issue this winter.
the long range forecast isn't looking all that much better
In all seriousness, have you considered getting a blanket or five or an old feather-down duvet or three, or something similar, and literally cosying the pots up in it for the overnight? It may well help keep the rootzone warm, just for the next little while. :)
 

Agemon

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InTheShed

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In all seriousness, have you considered getting a blanket or five or an old feather-down duvet or three, or something similar, and literally cosying the pots up in it for the overnight? It may well help keep the rootzone warm, just for the next little while. :)
How about a silver-coated bubble wrap lid?
How bout Electric blankets wrapped around the root bags and the insulation on top of frame?
How about a silver-coated bubble wrap lid?



What makes a tent warmer than the air in the room? The fact there is a light sealed inside it.

The only thing I'm concerned with is how close the light is to the tops at 300w. Let's see how else I can stress the Candidas, shall we?
 
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Norcaliwood

Plant of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2017 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2009, April 2017 - Nug of the Month: April 2017 - Photo of the Month: Jan 2018 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Feb 2017
If you want a atd more warmth???? Duct tape the thing sealed,, around the perimeter. The top epecially...... LED's don't put out alot of heat,, and it's wasted coming out the top.......

That is IF I ain't talking out my neck...

Did like them 'Thick Ass' plants you got going on. And I see clones,,,,,,,,,,,,, That Dip and Grow powder,, that was some of the first shit on the market... Alot of commercial farms use it... You can still go chop down that willow tree??????

GL Keepem Green
 

Amy Gardner

Member of the Month: March 2018 - Photo of the Month: April, Dec 2018, Apr 2019
:thumb: Every little bit helps! :high-five: (Electric blankets and heat mats use power - that’s why i went oldskool ;))

And on those wiggly CD1 leaves, when mine has been the most stressed this has happened a bit - very similar, but not as severe. I really think it’s just environmental stress and it will pass once that issue does, which it will :Namaste:
 
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