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Growing Under Glass

Growing in greenhouses and poly-tunnels

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    • Russjackell
      @Subtle stoner I’ve used them, really good for stealth drops. Stick a couple newspapers in bottom to hold moisture as they can dry out real quick,also water gel crystals help. I found just one drain hole In bottom vs many helps water retention when hot/dry like now. Grey Waitrose ones blend in well, m&s ones with zip top are perfect plant drop bags 
    • Russjackell
      @Subtle stoner I’ve used them, really good for stealth drops. Stick a couple newspapers in bottom to hold moisture as they can dry out real quick,also water gel crystals help. I found just one drain hole In bottom vs many helps water retention when hot/dry like now. Grey Waitrose ones blend in well, m&s ones with zip top are perfect plant drop bags 
    • Russjackell
      @Subtle stoner I’ve used them, really good for stealth drops. Stick a couple newspapers in bottom to hold moisture as they can dry out real quick,also water gel crystals help. I found just one drain hole In bottom vs many helps water retention when hot/dry like now. Grey Waitrose ones blend in well, m&s ones with zip top are perfect plant drop bags 
    • Sasquatch
      So Q is just some minor Washington staffer/cocksucker who is being fed stuff from higher up. Quelle surprise.  That Times report is crucial stuff: May is threatening to call an election when a no confidence vote would probably lead to one anyway - good thinking Maybot. What the fuck chance of still being there in October has she got?  Try moving to Zeta Reticuli Vince you might find it a bit less busy.