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Conspiracy Theories

Is this the dawn of "Big Brother" or something far more sinister?

Conspiracy theories or hard evidence, Post It Here.

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    • starfish
      They are all fems what size pots would you say I use and should I pot up 
    • Phoenix
      @vince noir rock n roll star is the man to ask.  He does a lot of stuff like this. I say go for it but just plant shit loads of seeds and use small pots to create a sea of green.  
    • diyleduk
      @assault and battery Good to see them set up. Be a jungle in there in no time.     
    • Muppet
      600w are the most efficient size of HPS, more light per unit of energy,there's not a massive difference but no doubt adds up over the years. 3x600 would give a better spread of light than 2x 1000w.