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Sweet Seeds Competition Grow Diaries 2010/11


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    • cf
      First timer ?  I've been teaching folks to grow for a while now and although it tempting to get a bit tech I would always encourage the KISS principle  Keep it Simple Stupid ....( nearly got I to a fight with one lad because he really thought I had just made that up especially for him ! )  Where theres a choice between a perfectly adequate simple way and more complicated options I would always choose the simple. If something starts to go a bit wrong  with your plants and your grow is hydro with a chiller and indoor light based growing is new to you ,you're doing about ten things you've never done before and working out the problem will be hard . Hand watered coco is about as easy as it gets . Follow the instructions dont get carried away with any additives and youl get a great result .....which is what you're doing it for after all ! Get your ventilation humidity temps lights pest control ...vagueries thrown up with a new strain etc etc sorted.....then bit by bit get more complicated .   ....and a dehumidifier in the grow room?  I've been growing a while and even with big rooms hydro and co2 I never needed one .    Just my 2p.of course mate
    • The_Wickerman
      Late planting BCN critical XL auto And here's the cheese XXL,left the lowers a bit longer. Started same time as critical,but done in <8weeks  
    • Top Shotta
      HAHA  I will for sure get some UGORG beans when I have more money and some more funds for a brand new carbon filter  
    • PabloEscobar
      The split load consumer units with a non RCD protected side were to the 16th edition of the regs. RCD protection requirements were more limited. That all changed with the arrival of the 17th edition. Split load boards were RCD protected on both sides as requirements of the new regs changed also. We're on the 18th edition now....