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  • Clonebandit
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    Highly interested how can I get more info

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  • aridbud
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    I sent him info on the Stat's Cannabis Chamber of Commerce whereby he can find information he's needing.

    Too, the NM Legislative Conference at the end of the month would befit him.

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  • flylowgethigh
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    Originally posted by cudme View Post
    what is termite tek? i use old rotten logs as humus sometimes but im curious here.
    Hugelkultur, if I spelled it right.

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  • Growenhaft
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    eieiei something doesn't work with the translation.
    I will not operate such a facility. and i'm not looking for an investor to turn such a project into reality. those who get the processes going will not be looking for investors either. at least not for the big picture. everyone can remove that from their make-up. they are not allowed to get involved with the big ones. And you should hold back with the small ones ... especially if you need your capital, cannot lose it painlessly, or expect high profits. difficult situation in the still intact cannabis world.

    what biogas can do and how it has to be operated is known. I don't understand your doubts about already known systems that are proven to work profitably. it is a question of the correct dimensions in relation to one another. pure math. how much do I need of what and how much to produce. how much more can I produce in order to also sell the product individually at a profit. just think of heat, hot water. or elsewhere to cold, refrigerant and electricity. the geographic location will determine the composition of the trades required.

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  • Alpenglow
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    But investors are interested in the roi and only that. They wont throw money at you to sell low till you own the market in, whenever that will happen...
    Your farm cant be that big to work on Biogas with the plants and fish poo only and you dont make enough electricity with solar on the roof.
    There are a lot more points, sounds great, but you far away from a closed system that feeds itself to sell that low.
    Do you have any numbers to cover your points and model?

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  • Growenhaft
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    Originally posted by Alpenglow View Post
    Now you mixing things. Living Soil is not mineral fertilizers.
    Of course you have some legit points, so: Whats the ROI for your System you think?
    in the war no one asked about roi. the point is to usurp the business, in which it becomes unprofitable for others. if you make a profit with your trades and if you sell the products you need in terms of heat, co2, fertilizer and electricity yourself, you will be in the red. do not pay taxes. although they make huge sums of money.

    Money that you specifically use to exert sufficient influence on politics. You can throw best quality on the market at prices below $ 1 / g. could they still work profitably as a classic oldshool competitor ... zero chances.

    it's about getting the thickest piece of the kitchen ... for this, the policy is manipulated in order to worsen the standards for licenses so that the cannabis business mutates into a debt trap for many small ones. everything is already going ...when this is finished we ask ourselves about the roi. However, there is no more exciting playing field for large investors than our beloved cannabis

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    what is termite tek? i use old rotten logs as humus sometimes but im curious here.

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  • flylowgethigh
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    Soil is so damn easy and forgiving of screw-ups, and it uses only filtered and pH'd water.. The Redbud crew has a pretty cool indoor grow they show in their vids. They use termite tek below their soil, which I may try in my veggie garden.

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  • Alpenglow
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    Now you mixing things. Living Soil is not mineral fertilizers.
    Of course you have some legit points, so: Whats the ROI for your System you think?

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  • Growenhaft
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    look at what you are doing is nice to look at ... but not really commercially viable.

    Just the effort of harvesting your trees will take 5-1o times the time to achieve the same weight as a commercial crop.
    the majority of your flowers in the lower area will not have developed sufficiently in size and maturity to be marketed as direct flowers.

    they make 1 harvest, commercially it is 5-6 without having to hope for good weather.
    and all of this without environmental toxins to keep pests away. you are free to state your water consumption per day ... you are probably not even aware of this cost factor, which will increase massively in the next few years. and how well soil and excessive cultivation work can be explained by the chinese rural population. dead, non-revitalizable earth in the foreseeable future.

    don't want to ruin your vision, but cannabis cultivation in 2025 will be the standard of leading licensees. biogas plants and district heating companies for the use of co2. fish farming for water treatment and nutrient supply as the natural resources of mineral fertilizers are running out. solar to sustainably produce the electricity required for indoor cultivation. Commercial cultivation must always be predictable. the failures in the outdoor area are too massive. mold, pests, bad weather, these are risks that must be ruled out.

    Such a merger of these different trades makes it possible to work much more productively and thus more cost-effectively than outdoors. because in the halls where cannabis is grown there will be several plants on top of each other. the area is used more intensively. you can believe me.

    the war for absolute dominance in the cannabis business began with the armament in auquaponik. whoever does not go along this path is put under massive pressure by the price of the end product. for the majority of licensees this will be the break of their necks. that's not nice, but it's the way things go. big business is done by big ones.

    of course I think that sucks. i can't eat as much as i want to throw up, but that's the way things go.

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  • Dankwolf
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    Soil is the only way to go commercial . Woohoo juice not only is not cost effective it can't provide a proper citation . Living soil can preform day after day year after year . cost to run a true organic soil is Penny's on the dollar .

    This woohoo juice style of growing and the pm programes needed to maintain a grow are far from profitable in a legal market . Not to mention the rh ,ph ,ppm and tds issues that have to be perfectly failed in/ perfect in order to produce a product that will meet legal standards and is vary costly . Look at some old cc mag / overgrow style of growing . People.have been perfecting profits long before medical / legal cannabis .

    For what it is.worth I have been part of the marijuana industry for 20 years ( got out of commercial sec when med went legal )
    Point being profit is in the cost !!!. Right ?

    So some might say they can " out grow anyone in soil " with a hydro , Coco choir, dwc , flood to drain and soilless set ups . Problem number 2 is these typ of systems are susceptible to large scale failure due to the simplicity that makes woohoo sound so tempting . This new woohoo grow style will be here for years to come (so was beaster ) . So if you want to be the next legal beaster type guy that's ok ( get it while you can ) . The majority of people buy it up like it's the last bag.

    So we all see this new market right . It's all about the next hyped Strian and or trend . So with true organic soil all your strains will yield marketable product in the same room with same water source ( simplifying your ability to run what's in demand ) .

    So what's in demand (?) . Well here is what I think about demand and supply . If some one wants something and it's every where there will be no demand . Now the funny part even if some one does not want something and it's not out there there will be a demand !!! Lol

    So to the want not want aspect . So is this a trend / hype ?
    I say it's nether . It's marketing like anything else . To.put in perspective look up
    350 sbc
    What are your.results ?

    Now look up 383 sbc
    What are your results ?

    Point is would you know.about stroking a 350 sbc with a 400 crank to get more power ?
    Not likely .
    So if some one floods the forums , insta,and get a bunch of people searching for "blank*****" guess what happens ?

    When some one types "blank*****" they will get popular chosen search results 🤔💥. So if some one that looks up " blank" but forgets the other 5 letters guess what they still get simaler/same result as the others that typed the full strain name .

    ​​​​​​So what Strian do.you want ?
    ​​​​​​Lol

    1 the most searched ?
    2 the best strain ?
    3 The best grown ?
    4 highest thc ?

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  • madalasatori
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    I’m enjoying ‘hafts posts on this thread. Aquaponics
    strikes me as one of the more sustainable methods

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  • CosmicGiggle
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    Originally posted by Amenhotep View Post

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    I don't grow, but I have family that does for personal use. I have a professional license that I would lose if I ever had an official visit from the boys in blue prior to legalization.
    *PLEASE, no posting of personal contact info in the open forums, keep it to PM even if your state is legal, this can only come back to bite you, thanks!

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  • flylowgethigh
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    What a testimonial to the soil pot size. Roots must make fruits.

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  • Switcher56
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    Nice portfolio

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