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Hydroponic Systems

NFT, Flood and Drain, Bubblers etc.

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    • brock1
      I put some Short hazey day's crosses in as subbie seeds. Short hazey day's is a sativa auto that as been breed outdoor over a decade at 55lat. In was a lr#2 cross early skunk that I used to breed semi auto f1's untill It got so sativa It makes f1 auto x photos take longer than the photo in most cases now. So now it's just used to breed big hardy auto's. Smells start hazey and turn skunky in most pheno's with some turning petrol Spices and leather. It big by any the standard's of any chemercal large auto. I sent in crosses with auto ultimate and BlackBerry gum. Personally I think the blackberry gum cross a better option for outdoor as the auto ultimate can have problems with mould depending on the season. Their all fems to. Cheapest option as the pack contains ten fem seeds. Happy growing people. 
    • bongme
      hi   Estate agents teams up with cannabis specialists to launch a one-stop-shop for growers Property giant has joined forces with cannabis consultancy Hanway Associates and greenhouse builder CambridgeHOK   Estate agent Savills has announced a new joint venture with cannabis specialists to launch a one-stop-shop for growers in the UK looking to cash in on exporting the drug to countries where medicinal versions are widely available. Better known for selling mansions in Mayfair, the property giant has joined forces with cannabis consultancy Hanway Associates and greenhouse builder CambridgeHOK.   Although cannabis is illegal in Britain, several countries and states across the world have legalised it in recent years, leading to a boom in exports from the UK. A new joint venture called Crop17 will offer advice for growers on how to find the best land for the crop, sourcing equipment and navigating the legal minefield of the Class B drug. Bosses at Crop17 hope the new service will allow others to turn their hands to growing the crop, which is more lucrative per gram for British farmers than strawberries. 'Unprecedented change' Alex Bragg, a director at Savills, said: "The UK agriculture sector is embarking upon a period of unprecedented change.   "A phasing out of subsidies, a new dawn for trade, adapting to meet climate change targets and a huge growth in agtech presents the industry with huge challenges and opportunities. "For the forward-thinking and innovative farmer and grower adapting into new markets is a key priority. This turnkey solution is the type of innovation we expect to see more of within UK agriculture."   BDS Analytics (the leading market research firm for the global cannabinoid industry) has forecast that the worldwide legal cannabis industry generated revenues in the region of £11.5 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow to around £35 billion by 2024. The total number of medical cannabis prescriptions issued in the UK could surge from a few hundred in 2019 to more than 185,000 by the end of 2023 if the country follows a similar path to Australia, whose medical cannabis programme has grown rapidly since the government relaxed restrictions in 2018. George McBride, co-founder of Hanway Associates, said: "Growing cannabis legally in the UK is difficult, but far from impossible. "Extensive barriers to entry guard lucrative opportunities in the nascent medical cannabis industry. "Crop17 greatly reduces the risks involved in developing a commercial cultivation operation."   Setting up a cannabis farm in the UK can be tough, with farmers needing to find the right land, producing the best crop and navigating a myriad of rules. The active ingredient in cannabis - Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) - is illegal in the UK. But Cannabidiol (CBD) is not illegal, leading to a surge in popularity with several big-name pharmacy and beauty chains stocking CBD products. However, all CBD products sold in the UK have to be imported, typically from the US, Canada and Columbia. Campaigners have called for changes to the rules - in particular allowing medical cannabis to be more readily available to patients.   It led to the government agreeing to allow medicinal cannabis for a limited number of patients, after the parents of Alfie Dingley, who has epilepsy and used the drug to relieve his symptoms, marched on Downing Street in 2018. Steve Hinch, finance director at CambridgeHOK, said: "We see the medical cannabis sector as a high potential growth area offering attractive returns for our customer base. "We believe this collaboration offers a truly unique offering to the marketplace, giving growers and investors a lower risk market entry."   https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/estate-agents-teams-up-cannabis-3855612   Bongme          
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    • bubbleguppie
      @highgrower that s something i need to concentrate on normaly for about 3 weeks veg is on 20 4 100 wt led well a plizon 600wt led @stummer  ive just got some intense root fondaton come down the choice of soil i have is a multiporpus via lewingtons its either or john immes no 3 and no 5 as thats all my local garden center stocks oh and sorry for the late reply chaps