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Sweet Seeds

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    • Anonypiff
      You could also use binder clips and loop your wire through the clips handle, that's what I plan on doing.   Gonna pop my first seeds next week, going through grow diary's like there's no tomorrow
    • Sp1n
      Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun  
    • FatBoy77
      1000 hps or 945 cmh. Never tried led, which would probably be a bit lower to hit similar ppfd. Above this and you'd really struggle to keep the environmentals in check, so would be pointless. You'd need a sealed room, co2 etc. 
    • rlancer
      Hey everyone Im looking into having a motorized damper set to a timer that would allow cold air from one location come in and then once lights turn off the damper would close the cold side and only draw from a room within my house...   hope that makes sense...just wondering if anyone had ever done this   thanks