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Lazy Man's Way to Cleaner Hydroponic Cannabis

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by Douglas.Curtis, Aug 9, 2016.

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    Douglas.Curtis

    Douglas.Curtis Well-Known Member

    This statement right here. This one says you know nothing about hyper/dynamic accumulator plants.

    Go get a real education about cannabis and organics and hyper/dynamic accumulator plants, then come talk to me. lol Until then, your posts can whistle in the wind, for all the attention they'll get from me here.
     
    Last edited: Aug 24, 2016
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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

    You take what you want out of that and try to twist it all you want. My soil is top grade and I'd put it up against your hydro any day. But it's easy for you to post here in RIU and make claims of how clean your weed is without having to show any proof. You really don't see how this whole forums thinks you're a joke.

    Remember everyone is watching and yes, we are all laughing at you.
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    will you be testing your weed and a few sample of dispensary weed grown with chemicals and organics?

    p.s. dude, what if you don't smoke bowls? all of those quidelines mean nothing to a vaper.
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    I have read the entire thing, years ago and did take some good info from it but I do my own thing :).
     
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    Douglas.Curtis

    Douglas.Curtis Well-Known Member

    Yes, I plan on testing npk, micros, silica/silicon, terpene levels and cannabinoids. I would really like to pass some cuts to a great organic grower and test it that way, same genetics is a much better way to clarify things. Dispensaries would be too easy to beat, I plan on testing a few just for kicks and to fill out the graphics. ;)

    I won't be the first person to beat organics with hydro, terpene/cannabinoid wise, I'll certainly not be the last. lol I have zero doubts my cannabis will be as clean, or cleaner, than any organic offering. Cleaner as in fewer residuals of everything.

    Vaping flower still carries the contaminates, doing extracts loses terpenes. When you're smoking flower so clean it tastes like really fine hash, all the work to extract for vaping isn't worth it. At least not for me. :)
     
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    Cyrus420

    Cyrus420 Well-Known Member

    You really need to stop referring to your personal experience as research the are two different things, one is subjective the other is objective. Until you do work that is peer reviewed and put into a scientific journal your "research" is just anecdotal to most of us. We all don't have the time or resources to grow your way so providing us with more than just your personal claim of "it works try it for yourself" would go a lot longer in convincing us of what you're trying to impart.

    Edit: Or real recent pictures of your harvests or garden...or something more substantial than the same images you use on every other website and your book.
     
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    Cyrus420

    Cyrus420 Well-Known Member

    Do you have anything backing up the whole white ash thing? I've smoked some reggie that burned white and smooth but did fuck all to me, it would of passed your guidelines. So your guidelines can be passed by street quality cannabis letting you know.
     
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    Cyrus420

    Cyrus420 Well-Known Member

    Can you expand upon "fewer residuals?" I wasn't aware cannabis carried anything residual through harvest as I've been told the nutrients are kept in the roots not the buds.
     
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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

    Ok @Cyrus420 go ahead an rip this douche bag a new one. At first I was like "why is Cyrus giving this guy such a hard time?" But now I see, it's because he sucks so much ass...




    So, carry on
     
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    Cyrus420

    Cyrus420 Well-Known Member

    Douglas and I already had some interaction on this site before in his first thread. I calmed down on being aggressive towards him and just decided to ask some question to see if I could get him to clarify. For once you and I are in agreement on something and Douglas does talk a big game without backing it up.
     
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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

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    Cyrus420

    Cyrus420 Well-Known Member

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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

    Lol I just googled "right on" gif
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    As Gary said most here are not newbs and when someone comes on telling people how his/her pot is better/cleaner than others with nothing to back the claim other than "the ash is white" then yes let the games begin.
     
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    JJ McBrick

    JJ McBrick Member

    I do not agree with RO water. When you read an analysis of your tap water, you can actually use some of it to your advantage.
    Cannabis is extremely picky and I (and many other growers) do not have time to minutely analyze the changes in the local tap water. Using r/o is extremely clean, in nearly every spot on the earth. Once you learn clean hydro with R/O, you will not have to re-learn when your water supply changes. Almost all tap water has contaminants in it which cannabis does not need and yet it will absorb it anyway.

    See my mention of a good, efficient RO unit...makes resistance futile! :)

    ZeroWaste® Reverse Osmosis System by Watts Premier

    I've had this unit for 6 years supplying all my drinking and cooking needs (notice I didn't say growing :) and all I ever replaced was the crummy pre-filter for like 2$...at least a thousand gals and the best part?! ZERO WASTE! Read the tech, pretty interesting.

    Btw, dabbled w/dwc but only once. NO LONGER APPLICABLE...

    Ll&p
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    I'm confused? Are you for or against RO water lol.
     
  17. This is my question too..so much debate about the type of water needed for hydroponics, it's overwhelming. And anyone know of cheaper but good r/o filter units. I might cave and just buy one if I ever plan on growing out of soil
     
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    OneHitDone

    OneHitDone Well-Known Member

    Unless you have some very shitty source water you do not need RO for Hydro
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    I use well water and it's ok but I'm thinking that if you can run an RO setup (I can't) it would be like starting with a clean slate so to speak. It did take a bit of dialling in but once that was done it's working well. My water is 24 grains of hardness with no iron so mostly calcium and magnesium near as I can tell. I did have calcium and mag issues but have overcome those with the addition of an amino supplement.
     

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