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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • flighty
      That looks nice mate! I'll be waiting by the door to jump out at the postie when mine arrives 
    • QFMAC
      I'm looking at the RVK 6", but there are two versions. Both are 150mm long, but one is 428m3/hr, and the other is an L version, at 720m3/hr.  Which would be better for my size grow tent with the lights I mentioned?
    • Jamesryan19
      Thanks for the reply fellas. Bit the bullet and bought a bigger fan (5"), also using the old fan as intake, temps are around 29c at the moment  can live with that I think 
    • UKsFinest
      Thanks that's what I usually do just didn't know if that was always the case with autos I'll give them some bloom next feed the cream caramels have started to show pistils too.