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Harvest a Pound Every Three Weeks!

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by StinkBud, Oct 5, 2008.

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    StinkBud

    StinkBud Well-Known Member

    I've designed and built large setups for more plants. It's better to use the full length of the fence posts to make 10ft sections.
     
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    StinkBud

    StinkBud Well-Known Member

    Ask away bro! Don't be shy! When have I ever got pissed for answering the same question a thousand times. I am a busy guy so sometimes I'll disappear for awhile but I always come back.

    I've been moving the last few weeks so it's been crazy but now things are getting back to normal. I'll post some photos of my new office...
     
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    StinkBud

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    Obama Kush, Hazy Star 54, Gelato
     
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    StinkBud

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    Dog Walker, Durban Poison, Nuken
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member

    you still hooked on blueberry?? I am still way back there. Nice office, wish I was there, and I'm guessing rules changed? That's a BIG office, love it. I need to move. I certainly wish I had your problems.
     
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    StinkBud

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    We're not running Blueberry right now but it will always be in the top 10 for me. My favorite strain right now is my new Veteran's Kush (GSC Thin Mint x Trainwreck). It should be on the shelves (Oregon) this fall. We have the Vet's Kush, Orange Cookies, Pineapple Cookies, Dreamy Cookies, Grape Cookies all in veg, ready for the new greenhouse. All of these strains need to test out over 20% THC before they can hit the market but the genetics are there so I'm not too worried.

    We will be releasing a new seed lineup spring 2018 so if you live in Oregon, you're stoked! I'll post all the details as they come out.

    If anyone is in the Seattle area be sure to attend Seattle Hempfest Aug 18-19-20! I'll be speaking there all 3 days and in the Hemposium a couple of times too.
    https://www.hempfest.org/ People always love my speeches as I tend to hand out a few more "gifts" than the average speaker... lol
     
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    StinkBud

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    I have a LOT of work to do on these videos but it will give you a rough idea of how we grow. I'll be updating and improving these videos over time. Right now I'm just trying to get all the strain pages updated on the website.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAP5co1aVji-7HdwKCgOpBQ
     
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    StinkBud

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    StinkBud

    StinkBud Well-Known Member

    This strain tastes like ice cream! [​IMG]
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member


    Sorry, got to this post and looked and this is not what is needed to correctly install the correct end of a garden hose to the outlet of the res to drain it. You can hook up the garden hose backwards this way but I'm anal ocd. After 2 hours of searching and arguin with casa de Pot's idiot employees, the correct fitting is found in the irrigation section, not the plumbing with the rest of the pvc. It is called 1/2" slip x 3/4" MHT pvc, the mht is the important part, it means male hose thread. casa de Pot sku 685822.

    I don't care how many times this has been answered, here it is again, I just had to get that frustration out after screaming at idiots who dragged me kicking and screamin into an argument I did NOT want to have in the first place. I goggled and searched and finally had to call and get hung up on 15 times before finally asking for a manager and resolving the issue peacefully (or peaceably, whichever is correct). on hold for over 30 mins total and on the phone actually talking to a human for well over an hour for $1.54 worth of plastic. I would have just driven but it's a long drive just to check, next time I need to make a supply run, you can bet Ima overload on these just because.

    Damnit boy

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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    YUP cool thread
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member


    So how in the world do those wooden rods pass through each other where they intersect? You can't overlap or wrap them around each other like string or wire or any other less solid than wood material.
    ?
    What did I miss?
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member

    you couldn't possibly be more wrong

    this is an absolutely one hundred percent false statement, I wish you were still around to see this statement of your inaccuracy

    fearmongering is not conducive to spreading the love

    too bad to read all the bullshit that happened to the former participants of this thread, too much bullshit drama, too much hate

    Still over a hundred pages to go and it's gonna take me another week to get it done.

    I do like marvin the martian's adaptations, would love to see more pics and plans like that and other changes and mods

    I use arduino for infinite control of anything like pumps, co2, lights, etc. Too bad that didn't get really explored while this thread was alive and kicking back in the day. It was around though it wasn't as cheap as it is now
     
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    batrgrower

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    Marvin the Martian is superstoner1 I was telling you about earlier. He made some mods to this system. Some of which I like, others I don't.

    His nutrient schedule is very good and easy to incorporate. I'll snag some pics of my setup also when the lights are on and I remember.

    http://www.rollitup.org/t/superstoners-new-3-rail-50gal-system-36-40oz-every-2-weeks.838636/

    http://www.rollitup.org/t/my-3-stages-of-flower.533650/
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member


    I would love pics! There are quite a few but that is one thing I think this thread kinda lacks, the millions of words the pics would provide.

    Can you elaborate on the things you dislike?

    My ocd won't let me start any other long threads til I get to the end of this one, but I definitely have plans to read at least 2 of his other threads including the one you linked. Oh wait, yeah those 2 you linked. I read the first and last of both just to get a taste but I have to get finished here first.

    I also subd a cob thread to get some ideas
     
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    batrgrower

    batrgrower Member

    It's been quite a while since I've looked over those threads and looked at his different ideas.

    Actually, it's probably not necessarily that I disliked the way he did certain things but rather that some of his ways just wasn't good for the way my systems are set up.

    For example, he used to use one collective reservoir for 3 or 4 veg tubs. For me, it's just been easier if I build multiple single res veg systems.

    Another thing that I can think of off the top of my head is that his rails didn't use any support systems and he stated that he didn't need any because of his nutrient schedule that they would grow really strong branches and wouldn't need support. While I have found that most branches do get quite strong, frequently I still had to support them so I added pvc framing above my rails to tie them to as they get heavy.

    I'll see if I can snap some pics for you soon.
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member

    Thanks, looking forward to it
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member


    Man I really wish people would stop lying or saying things that aren't true because they have an opinion not based on facts. May not be the best way but it certainly absolutely will not kill your plants. Vie run aero pumps 24/7 in the past with zero ill effects
     
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    completenoobie

    completenoobie Well-Known Member


    mark
     
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    StinkBud

    StinkBud Well-Known Member

    The Screen of Green (SCROG) is not for plant support, it's there to maximize your plant canopy. We've found one large cola per square is the most efficient layout.

    Just about any decent nutrient mix will work. All you need to do is follow the directions on the side/back.
     
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