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SkottelGoed Spons First Indoor Grow: Blue Cheese & Lambs Bread

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Plant of the Month: May 2019 - Photo of the Month: June 2019
[Lol here is my box but only for vegging .
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That is perfect brother and I like your propagation station light as well, very neat and tidy....:ganjamon:
Whose the sexy beast in the centre...?
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That would be the super silver haze. It looks crazy healthy and happy and hoping for a she. Got a couple more beans if it's a he. Wasn't super excited when I dropped the beans but then I saw how she is growing and might as well out her up in the sun come spring. Recon I should clone and sex her as soon as there is enough for a cut. Haha. That camping cupboard and light was less that 1300 randellas. My budget was 1500 and I'd say she paid herself off quick snap.
 

Smeegol

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Good morning mr.Skottle ya you will find your girls are growing slower now that it's winter, but if you can keep the root zone warm ( underneath pot ) you will notice almost overnight that they are responding to the warmth.... A trick I've used is an old electric blanket thingy I have and I place that under a beer box and I line the inside with black bin bag so any water doesn't leak through and electrocute the seedlings and that works rather well inside my bouand also provides additional warmth brother..

The girls are looking cracking though and nice and healthy... :headbanger:
 

Skottelgoed Spons

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Good morning mr.Skottle ya you will find your girls are growing slower now that it's winter, but if you can keep the root zone warm ( underneath pot ) you will notice almost overnight that they are responding to the warmth.... A trick I've used is an old electric blanket thingy I have and I place that under a beer box and I line the inside with black bin bag so any water doesn't leak through and electrocute the seedlings and that works rather well inside my bouand also provides additional warmth brother..

The girls are looking cracking though and nice and healthy... :headbanger:
Thanks man! Thats an idea. think my wife have a electric blanket she hasn't used for a long time now. I was planning to build a heat pad I can wrap around the pots but still need to get the right equipment for it. I saw people using LED strips for heat pads as well. Maybe I should consider it. Low electricity usage and it does not get too hot. At the moment I'm using a fan heater on its lowest setting for heat.

I have a lot to think about.
 

Smeegol

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Thanks man! Thats an idea. think my wife have a electric blanket she hasn't used for a long time now. I was planning to build a heat pad I can wrap around the pots but still need to get the right equipment for it. I saw people using LED strips for heat pads as well. Maybe I should consider it. Low electricity usage and it does not get too hot. At the moment I'm using a fan heater on its lowest setting for heat.

I have a lot to think about.
Ya also got a fan heater but the space is to small and dries the plants out crispy, but I'm going to be doing a bit of rearranging but will put a pic up when I do for ya... :headbanger:
 

Skottelgoed Spons

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Ya also got a fan heater but the space is to small and dries the plants out crispy, but I'm going to be doing a bit of rearranging but will put a pic up when I do for ya... :headbanger:
Sweet, Yeah my box is also small. So the fan does not blow directly onto the plants but rather I have put the fan close to the fresh air intake and it sucks the warmth through the intake.

Yeah sent some pics man.:headbanger:
 

Smeegol

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Sweet, Yeah my box is also small. So the fan does not blow directly onto the plants but rather I have put the fan close to the fresh air intake and it sucks the warmth through the intake.

Yeah sent some pics man.:headbanger:
:19::19::headbanger:

I was just contemplating how to incorporate the fan into a new area without drying the air out and I think your idea might just solve my dilemma... Will get back to ya.....haha
 

Skottelgoed Spons

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:19::19::headbanger:

I was just contemplating how to incorporate the fan into a new area without drying the air out and I think your idea might just solve my dilemma... Will get back to ya.....haha
Working like a bomb. Does not make the air too dry luckily. I don't keep it on very long just long enough for the room to get heat and the intake to suck a bit of warmth through to the box.

Goodluck!!
 
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