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Environment

Probably the most important part of your indoor growroom

Extraction fans, carbon filters, humidity, temps & C02

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    • Grover Sativa
      The other more mature plant, no 2. has much fluffier buds. She is very resinous but doesn't have the tight hugs of no3...   she does, however, absolutely REEK. I am NOT joking. This plant absolutely fucking stinks. It is in complete contrast to the outdoor plant, no5, which smells very sweet, subtle and earthy -( like strawberries plants after rain ) This plant does not smell of berries at all or even that sweet, really. She smells of bad things and a lot of them... I LOVE it - it is intriguing and so very powerful, penetrating and pungent. It is possibly the smelliest plant I have grown in a long time. I am not sure how to describe it, really. I need more time with it but a sort of maple syrup marinated jerky beef, kerosene and hash, perhaps - or maybe not. There is a lot going on there.      
    • Polly
      right mamma mia is over      
    • JJJ
      It's been a bit of a hard lesson for you, hasn't it mate?  Ideally, it's best to get your space designed, built and tested before getting started but you've got some good points to consider before trying again. Hope it works out for you and that you manage to pull your harvest off with all this going on.   Have to agree about the RVK fans.  They're nothing fancy but they're built for industry and are really hard-wearing.  My 4 inch RVK ran practically constantly for about three years and is chugging along nicely.  Gone for a bigger one now but it will come in useful at some point.  
    • FunkyJazzJesus