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  1. meangreengrowinmachine

    Total bull!

    Growing plants should never be legally penalized ever period for any plant. Fuck everything that says otherwise
  2. meangreengrowinmachine

    Fade in Flower

    Sounds like the basics yeah.
  3. meangreengrowinmachine

    Fade in Flower

    It's natural they use up the nutrients stored in those fan leaves, as long as you are nearing the end I would not be concerned at all.
  4. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    If you have a cover crop and mulch you will be just fine man
  5. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    Ah ok gotcha I am not very familiar with this bed method. Sounds like you are on point man!
  6. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    Yeah I guess you would have to cut the fabric for net pots but it the entire fabric is touching the perlite you might be ok... I guess are you using all perlite or is there some vermiculite mixed in? I am not sure how well perlite alone will wick all the way up into the fabric... I might cut the...
  7. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    Yes to the net pots... I would not break the fabric if you can help it...as far as roots I think you should be able to add something later that can eat those away... I would avoid air stones... I have tried them in sips and they have no effects. Good luck on this build man it sounds very...
  8. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    Yes you can for sure you grow Kashi or inoculated mulch you will just have to keep it moist. If you are doing no til though I would consider some kind of nitrogen fixing cover crop like clover.
  9. meangreengrowinmachine

    SIP thread -- (Sub-Irrigated Planter)

    Let me read up here...
  10. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    Yeah a dehumidifierswill get a well insulated room very warm fast! In veg though you want a higher humidity so ime i have to use a heater and a humidifier to add a small amount of humidity if it gets very cold.
  11. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    I go further and put some of that solid pink Styrofoam under there also !
  12. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    Those look like the heated roots i have been thinking about getting for my chickens hahaha
  13. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    I grow in a very cold basement, this year I found some 350 watt mini cubicle space heaters I am have been using with some success...but it has yet to get REALLY cold where I am. Seems silly heating a grow when most folks are trying to cool things but hey what can you do lol
  14. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    OR get a radiator space heater, they are much less dangerous also.
  15. meangreengrowinmachine

    Light leak from heating elements glowing red

    I have never had issues with them being a problem tbh, but if you want to be extra careful you could create a "lung room" and heat that room instead and then pump that heated air into your grow room via dark room vents or the like.
  16. meangreengrowinmachine

    Thundercat's Groooooooow

    Really great to hear you are doing well man! The list always grows ;-) you have an riu glass career ahead of you, as well man!
  17. meangreengrowinmachine

    Top dressing question

    Oyster shell takes quite a while to break down. If you are looking for more immediate cal mag I would do an egg shell vinegar mix and make some organic clay mag that way.
  18. meangreengrowinmachine

    bodhi seeds

    Just some hanging bodhi ladies purple wookie, thunder wookie and one hevanly hash plant. Black Raspberry is next up... then on to some @Useful Seeds gear I think. I see him posting in this thread and that makes me very happy about my purchases of his stuff!
  19. meangreengrowinmachine

    Germination

    Man heating pads and seeds mats nearly always do me wrong, otherwise I agree with this.
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