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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • Greenfingers420uk
      Just a simple worm cast tea can do wonders for sick plants.
    • DutchFox
      there are instruments where you plug in the user-apparat...and you see the actual wattage of the user...   they are abt 20 or 30 euro...
    • ratdog
      pics?
    • Pot of soil
      Yes its all insulated mate.   So Ive added everything up that I can find a wattage for and come out with  2000watts.   The tube heaters alone are using 500w.   I havent been able to add the watts of the fanspeed controllers or the heat mat thermostats and I dont know if they will pullt hat much anyway as I expect it will be the load plugged into them and ive included them.   So working it out for the longest hours to over compensate and keep the home owner happy    2kwh x 16 x 0.34 = £10.88 a day   I think thats right.   Feel so much better knowing roughly what im using.