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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • highcontrast
      As already mentioned the QX board is very good, i run one myself and its a very capable unit, i have had a few strains now come within a couple of inches running at max wattage         A had a purple haze get real close too that was fine, the only thing so far that hasn't handled the distance to well was a sage n sour which i gave up on.    Cheaper alternatives would be household led bulbs, that's been documented here with fantastic results, i personally have only ever vegged with them.    The 100w cmh bulbs that feature in the micro section are great for micros too, i had some fantastic results using them. look out for the pc grow diary in the micro section, that was a real eye opener for me when i was struggling with tents in sheds 
    • cappilio
      And that's my question answered I never considered mould aspect thankyou all   Next year il top some of em
    • Wacky Wardrobe
      @blackpoolbouncer Cheers. We'll have to see if they actually have any. I went out for some basic gardening stuff the other day including our most local garden centre and stocks of stuff were really low. The garden centre appeared to have no compost of any description and I could only find a couple of plastic plant pots in the sizes I wanted. It's the same at a couple of high street shops I often use.
    • HippyHair
      If your using soil, prepare for bugs is all i can say or get the clover mate.   I would say use coco, whats a bit of a learning curve when its your hobby.