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Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by woodsmantoker, Dec 11, 2009.

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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Unknown ladies, lol lol.. Why this thread so silent..unknown reasons. Im prefering for new round for 1 or 2 plants..:bigjoint::bigjoint:
     
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    Cold$moke

    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    Anybody ever scrog with a gavita 750?
     
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    lilmafia513

    lilmafia513 Well-Known Member

    Im growing closer to needing the screen, any thoughts on my previously asked question???
     
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    WeedSexWeightsShakes

    WeedSexWeightsShakes Well-Known Member

    You can top them or super crop them. Just as long as you keep tucking them to maintain an even canopy.
    Distance is whatever is recommended by the manufacturer if you don’t know for sure.
     
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    lilmafia513

    lilmafia513 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the response ;) hope to get screen up tomorrow
     
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    WeedSexWeightsShakes

    WeedSexWeightsShakes Well-Known Member

    Week 5
     

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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    woowww!!! it shoud be a big harvest bro. how many plants in your room?:P:P:P
     
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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

    7, its a jumbled up mess. Lol
     
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    WeedSexWeightsShakes

    WeedSexWeightsShakes Well-Known Member

    What size is your grow space?
     
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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

    the screen is 6x9. the space is just slightly larger.
     
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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Well-Known Member

    About ready to give scrog a try for the first time... Cant wait!

    I am curious if you guys had any advice for the flush process. With the trellis netting in place, you almost have to have some sort of pan underneath to catch the overflow while you pump it out, correct?

    What has worked the best for you guys? I was looking at buying individual plant saucers for each pot but that doesnt seem very practical at $10+ a piece. It would be nice to get like a plastic sheet with a big lip that covers the entire tent. I looked for a big baking sheet but couldn't find one big enough, (7 gal pots).
     
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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    Plastic Oil Pans from the dollar store fit my 7 gal. Forget what they cost...
     
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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Well-Known Member

    I have also heard this and went to Dollar Tree. I didn't see any of them that would fit, it would have to have some wiggle room in there so i can get the water out. I'm also thinking of the big aluminum trays that they use for catering?

    Do you have any pics?

    Thanks

    Edit;
    I found this on Amazon. A little pricey but I suppose it would last forever
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FJX8C...b69d-397e7c2c4a81&ie=UTF8&qid=1516152985&sr=2
    Im using 7gal smartpots. They are 15" diameter.
     
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    randydj

    randydj Well-Known Member

    They are not cheap but flood trays come in a lot of sizes. It is what I use for my grow room floor. A shop vac will work to pick up what a bottom suction pump cannot.

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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Well-Known Member

    Yeah that's really ideal right there. Where did you get that from? And how much?
     
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    coreywebster

    coreywebster Well-Known Member

    @iPerculate in my flower tent I use trays made for grow bags, they cost me about £5 each. I drill one hole in the corner and they sit raised on a couple of mushroom crates ( about 4" high). Then in the middle of my tent I have another grow tray which catches all the run off.
    So just to be clear I grow coco drain to waste and I have 8 plants(5gal cloth pots) in an 8x4, 2 plants sit on each tray and drain into the centre tray.
    I did buy a wet dry vac but its a pain in the ass so I syphon the water out.

    This is to catch run off from general watering. I only flush if there is a problem with the plants but it works for that too.
    But if your in a tent with a waterproof tent floor tray you can just let it go on the floor and hover it out.
    Did your tent not come with a floor tray?
     
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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the input.
    Attached is a pic of what I currently have. There are stands under them that allow airflow underneath and so they can drip. Underneath that is a little shoe mat but the lip is not big enough to hold much water, also is a little awkward size. I do have a floor tray in the tent and this will be of no issue for the time now. I am just worried about the flush 1-2 weeks before flower. After I put up the trellis I cannot move them so I will have to place a different container under them soon.

    I'm not doing any kind of drain to waste, just growing in FFOF. I plan on doing the shop vac method to get the water out.
     

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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    How you doing little brother, long time no see. I never did find out how the water garden worked out for you. .
     
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    Many legal states you will find these for sale on places such as Craig's list cheap used, clean the hell out of them with bleach a couple of times before you use them to make sure they are sterile with no bugs or molds growing on them
     

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