I didn't until we bought our house 3 years ago. Before that it was just the cheap plastic tent things to keep my stuff out of the snow. So much nicer now
We are going to be looking for a new house here in three years or so. Having a garage is one of the key points I'm not going to give up on. That and a full basement. (Need my ManCave and my GrowSpace)I didn't until we bought our house 3 years ago. Before that it was just the cheap plastic tent things to keep my stuff out of the snow. So much nicer now
Well that's a bummer. A pole barn would be nice too.A full basement was one of the things we were really after as well. With all the foundation and drainage issues we've had I would gladly trade the basement for a polebarn. Our house was built in 2004 in a nice neighborhood, still has issues lol.
I haven't used them before, but I did stumble across them the other day and was wondering the same thing. I'd love to buy from a small Seedbank in Michigan. Support the "Locals" type of thing.Has anybody been to the seed cellar in Jackson Michigan. Is it a good place to pick up some seeds
I’ve used them a few times: at shows, in their store and online. Seeds are in breeders packs.Has anybody been to the seed cellar in Jackson Michigan. Is it a good place to pick up some seeds
Welcome back to Michigan!Well fellow MI growers, I'll be heading back to MI tomorrow and am looking forward to a first indoor grow for 2019. I will order Panama Red (landrace) seeds from Ace seeds (no idea where to get such seeds locally). I'll also try to score some clones from a buddy to get a head start on the grow season.
I have used Ace multiple times. Good service and excellent genetics. Just so happens I have their Panama running right now. Pics below.Welcome back to Michigan!
Have you tried Panama from Ace before? I've never ordered from them before.
Just found the 420 site, very informative. I grew up in Michigan and started smoking when $40/oz Columbian red and gold, which was fantastic, pushed out $15-30/oz Mexican/commercial. Then skunk hit town in 1978...$300/oz and like nothing we had ever experienced. The smell was overpowering compared to the spicy Columbian. The few seeds were the size of popcorn kernels. Fast forward to career relocations, now back in MI with a medical MJ card and legal to grow 12 plants. I’m approaching week 2 on my first grow in a custom grow cabinet build 1 sq yard x 6.5 ft high, 315 LEC, Nirvana fem girl scout cookies. Down time is sailing, mt. biking, hiking, fishing, home brewing, outdoor cooking, photography metal detecting and hopefully a successful indoor grow. Looking forward to learning here to avoid rookie errors.Hello everyone, the purpose of this thread is to unite Michigan growers so we can all share some experiences, tips, tricks, recipes, etc and keep the Michigan marijuana community growing.
With the recent full legalization in our state, some of us are looking to learn to grow ganja at home or are experienced growers already looking to branch out and continue to learn. I feel like there is no better place to learn and share info than here!
So with that said, I am calling out all Michigan growers (I know you are all scattered around here) newbies or experienced ones, to come introduce yourself and keep this going.
It is up to you how much information you want to share (considering this is a public site and the interwebs is full of all sorts of people). Please remember to follow all forum rules, be nice and above all keep it legal (no discussions of selling or buying cannabis products).
To keep things organized in a way let's try to follow this format for intros. From there on, let's see where this goes!
I will kick things off.
MI area: Livingston/W. Oakland county area
Grow set up: Indoor basement 4x4 tent
Grow medium: DWC hydroponic for right now
Favorite strain: Mostly hybrids with higher sativa traits but I will try anything
Favorite edible: cookies or brownies but want to branch out to homemade hot sauce!
Favorite team/sport/university: They all suck now but always a Lions fan and MSU bball/football
Hobbies: Anything tech related, craft beer and cannabis!
Hope we can build a cool cannabis group!