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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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    • oldtimer1
      Not any more, the last non chemical supplemented blood fish and bone was made by eclipse before they were bought out many years ago, most horticultural companies producing for amateur gardeners today are owned by big American cartels, in the usa sulphate of potash is  OMRI Listed, basically all organic certified food sold in the states today is not organically grown. Of organic input approval lists OMRI is about the best, of the US equivalents of the likes of the SA or OF&G all associations and the government bodies are under the thumbs of corporate chemical and horticultural cartels, its come to the point in recent years that true organic growers can no longer sell their produce as organic as they refuse to use the chemicals required by the so called organic bodies.   Its pretty much a fact that us and canuc puff growers are more or less totally unaware of what has happened. The same slide is happening here in the uk so where at one time blood fish and bone that was balanced to bring the K level up from its natural round 5:6:1 with chemical addition  to round 5:5:5 to 7:7:7 when the highest K you could get with BFB would be between 1 and 2  had to be called an organically based fertiliser, today they ignore the chemical addition and call it fully organic, you could ask the manufacturer of the BFB you bought exactly which chemical additions was made to balance the product you bought, not many uk processors state what the balancing chemical is, the nearest it gets is from THOMAS ELLIOTT SAFETY INFORMATION SHEET they say :- 3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Formulation Type: An organic fertiliser of animal origin containing 5% nitrogen and 5% phosphorus pentoxide and 6% potassium oxide in the form of dried and ground fishmeal, blood and bonemeal with added potash fertiliser.   Its likely sulphate of potash but could be muriate of potash that are added.   I'm sorry if this is of little help..
    • Graywolf
      The safest would be to spring for a closed loop system, and the cheapest in the short run is open blasting. The following reading should answer most of your questions: https://skunkpharmresearch.com/butane-safety/ https://skunkpharmresearch.com/booming-bhotards-the-explosion-of-explosions/ https://web.archive.org/web/20130715203648/http://skunkpharmresearch.com/bho-extraction/ https://skunkpharmresearch.com/passive-butane-extractor-and-reclaimer/ https://skunkpharmresearch.com/mk-iii-terpenator/
    • *Cropster*
      Has anyone run the pot valley fem line yet? 
    • Jimboo
      Mate most of us work in that time frame,  cutting it close but by no means do you need 7 months to grow a plant under lights