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Hydroponic Systems

NFT, Flood and Drain, Bubblers etc.

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    • ratdog
      As long as there`s a big drug "problem"  all the while there will be billions of dollars swilling into trust funds in UK and US off shore "interests" and many other places I imagine    
    • PermanentWaves
      Hi - just finished my first grow in the greenhouse this year. A few things I learned: - Keep it simple - start with a few plants; don’t go mad. I did an auto and photo, just to learn how they both grow and react to the environment. - I stuck to Biobizz Fishmix and bloom and rainwater - plants loved it. Don’t fret about the hundreds of different nutrients available. Stick to a couple of feeds. - Plenty of ventilation in the greenhouse. It will get extremely hot in there in mid summer. Get a fan in there if you can for the hot and humid days - Greenhouse shading - I used the white paint. It stops neighbours seeing what you’re growing and is essential when the weather gets hot - Some people prepare a bed in the greenhouse to grow their plants. I kept mine in pots - that way I could move them outside when it got really hot in the greenhouse.  In fact my plants were only in the greenhouse when they germinated in April/May. They spent the whole summer outside. They came back in when the nights got cooler and damper. - If you have the money, get a good fan (that heats and cools), thermostat and dehumidifier. The thermostat means I can just set it to the temp I want and leave it. It switched on automatically to cool when the greenhouse got too hot, and it switches on to heat when it hits a minimum temp. I had zero mould on my photo and these probably helped. - Have fun and don’t stress. Don’t overwater and don’t overfeed. Everyone who’s ever grown has probably been guilty of the above - I did. Keep an eye on the plant to tell you what it needs.   There are far more experienced growers on here than me to help you out so don’t be afraid to ask stupid questions. We all had to learn, but the rewards are amazing. You can’t beat the day when it’s time to get the scissors out to chop your frosty buds. It’s even better sampling them on a warm, summer’s night.   Have fun!
    • The Sheriff of Nottingham
      Same here man. Lost all of my photoperiods, including my 8ft Quick Critical and an 8ft Killer Kush FV. All ripped. They took the entire lot of the KK FV, and left me with a few lower branch nugs on the Quick Critical. They took all of my smaller seed hacks as well which were FV crosses. And the fuckers came back a few days later and ripped my 6ft Mango Saphire as well, which was only in week 3 of flower. Fucking morons. Probably lost about 20-25 ounces.    A real dampener on the season.  I have lost all motivation about growing after this. Just want to forget it and move onto next season... aghhhhh fucksake... 
    • goldie_2007
      The 'war on drugs' is just a decoy..it enables those that be to control the markets, supply lines, distribution, keep competitors in check and most importantly to maintain and set the global price.  After oil and the energy markets drugs are probably the next biggest.  In the current situation the countries that cocaine and heroin are produced should in effect have booming economies and be mega rich with all that money pouring in from around the globe...in reality though they are not...?  Because other factions are controlling the supply excused by there presence and actions by the war on drugs   What we really have is a 'war of drugs'.  There too reliant on the money propping there own global economic positions to ever let it go.