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Play music for your plants to make them happy

Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by nissanchris760, Jul 10, 2009.

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    Rasta Roy

    Rasta Roy Well-Known Member

    I don't know but I'm sure if smoked enough I would have someone to talk to! Lol. If I could at least have my dogs to talk to I'd be good.
     
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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

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    BusyBee75

    BusyBee75 Well-Known Member

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    dgthumb

    dgthumb Well-Known Member

    Just get the zombies high man, I'm sure they won't bite... much
     
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    IronLunG710

    IronLunG710 Member

    Recently watched a plant science documentary regarding this and according to their studies all music except heavy metal is beneficial to plant growth. blah! I like metal...smh oh well, I like classical too .
     
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    Woyaboy

    Woyaboy Well-Known Member

    personally I cycle between classical and reggae, especially Marley or something LIKE that. Has to be easy going like Marley. Plus, walking into my room with all my plants (legal and non legal) everywhere with symphony music playing makes me feel classy AF. Lol. Hit the gym hard and come home to this, life could be better, but it could be so much worse.
     
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    MA MED Grower

    MA MED Grower Well-Known Member


    BEST RESPONSE EVER!!!
     
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    blackforest

    blackforest Well-Known Member

    Mine seem to respond the best when I talk dirty to them. A little s&m doesn't hurt, they like to be tied down as well.
     
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    since1991

    since1991 Well-Known Member

    Forget music. My bitches like to be tied down...cut...and beat with a fan. And sprayed with sexy hormones. They never talk back after a good "session".
     
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    Woyaboy

    Woyaboy Well-Known Member

    Damn, you're into some hardcore shit man! With buds this fine you gotta romance them first! Lol
     
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    Giggsy70

    Giggsy70 Well-Known Member

    I grow outdoors but always having music playing on my phone as I spend time with the hem. They love it when I smoke out with them too. I enjoy taking a hit and the exhaling at base of the plant or deep inside the canopy. If there is no wind it takes a while to work it's way out allowing more of the plant time to get to enjoy their smoke.
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    Ummmm ok ;)
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    Sup dude, might want to keep them stomatas healthy outdoor!
     
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    Moflow

    Moflow Well-Known Member

    Prince Charles has been talking to plants for ears..... I mean years
     
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    Lighter404

    Lighter404 Member

    I like to wake up my plants with a PWM-controlled dimmer so it's nice and gradual, and The Return to Innocence by Enigma. Then it's Mozart and Beethoven with a little Jimmy Hendrix mixed. Fuck the Doors man, egomaniac gives me a bad trip. Later in the evening it's the Grateful Dead, their day ending of course with a gentle fading out in a guitar solo.
     
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    since1991

    since1991 Well-Known Member

    " lets paint a happy little tree over here" - Bob Ross
     
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    blake9999

    blake9999 Well-Known Member

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    xX_BHMC_Xx

    xX_BHMC_Xx Well-Known Member

    This.

    Damn, what an old thread.
     
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    SonsOfAvery

    SonsOfAvery Well-Known Member

    I think there is definitely a lot of truth to music helping plant growth, however there are a few things to take into account.
    For instance, why would it help? Sound waves are energy, frequency or vibrations, and if we listen to Mr Tesla we know to understand the universe, we have to think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
    Now the problem comes from the way the plants are played the music, if you could somehow afford and have space in your grow room for an entire orchestra, the sound they produce would no doubt be more beneficial than having a radio playing.

    Having said that, the real reason plants are reported to respond to music is because of the original tuning frequency of the instruments, 432hz. At that resonating frequency it produces a soothing and in some reports healing quality.
    However musical instruments were retuned as standard in the early 50's and things haven't been the same since.

    Check out the natural order of 432hz compared to the chaos of 440.
     
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    draxhemp

    draxhemp Active Member

    I personally think it helps things flow.The beat allows better movement and jostling of organics within the plant. may even help stimulate cell reproduction.
     
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