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Old 12-04-2015, 02:42 AM #21
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sounds like you gotta lotta interesting stuff goin on over there. Not very familiar with top dressing and ground cover, but can you use ground cover like clover with foxfarm ocean forest? I really like the look, but have a feeling it would burn little plants.
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slab of coconut oil, bananna, blueberries, dried cherries, cinnamon, pinch of salt, chia seeds, almonds, a tad of brownsugar, water and coconut milk.. Fire Breakfast
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how about growing Chia seeds as a cover crop?
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how about growing Chia seeds as a cover crop?
Cha cha chia!
I have done that, they get bigger than expected and are not very drought tolerant.
Living clover is a better mulch and will add a bit of nitrogen to the system as it grows and more when it dies.
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These clones are in rockwool cubes, cut into aloe water then as rooting hormone I used either jb woods or root-tech. usually i use dip & grow liquid but have none handy, and I'm considering using the IBA powder in the future.


^^ Veg Tent, with T5 lites.
so much going on in veg... willhave to get rid of some of these plants to make room for more high priority strains coming on, like glue, ogkb 2.0, gluebreath, canna tsu, lime cookies bubba and perhaps one or two of these new strains that stand out as keepers. Might end up keeping around the purple pakistani diesel because the outdooor had really unique carob-y falvors, and yeilded decent sized dense buds.


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Looks sweet. I'm interested in the CMH tent for sure. What kind of yields have you been getting on the 315's? I've been thinking of buying a few CMH's.
I've been thinking about this company for a plug and play system...

https://www.endomaxx.com/content/endomaxx-315h-0

Also stoked for you with the reused soil working well for 2 yrs and counting!
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upon first reading, i wasn't sure if you were going to feed the milk and honey and vanilla chia mix to your soil or to yourself.
that does sound scrumptious, kinda wish i hadn't given them all to the soil now....

did some transplanting last nite, separated all my little aloe plants so they can propagate quicker, rosemary and time went from 1 gal to 3 gal, put some ganja plants from 1 gals into 3 gals.
also added more worms to my soil, dug small holes thru the topcoat layer and dropped handfulls of worm bin material into the holes, then re-covered with topcoat mix and mulch over that.

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Need to get me an aloe plant again havent had any in years.

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Looks sweet. I'm interested in the CMH tent for sure. What kind of yields have you been getting on the 315's? I've been thinking of buying a few CMH's.
I've been thinking about this company for a plug and play system...

https://www.endomaxx.com/content/endomaxx-315h-0

Also stoked for you with the reused soil working well for 2 yrs and counting!
the cmh's are comprable to 600w hps, this is my first real run with them, my other CMH lite i donated to a former patient who started growing for themselves.
as for endomaxx - i'm familiar with their products, seems really nice all plug and play at different voltages - (277, 240, 120)
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looks like they are catering more to big ops, because individual units are priced way higher than others.... even cycloptics with their fancy hood is more competitively priced than the endomaxx models.

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Need to get me an aloe plant again havent had any in years.
i'd like to get some different varieties of aloe, especially the big thick jumbo type they sell at the mexican grocery store; i always end up with these thin slightly fragile aloes.

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added intake fans to the tents last nite, and moved some lites aroud; a 600w HPS went in the middle of the CMH tent, and that was replaced with a 1000 MH in the other "hps tent". looks like the tents average around 75-80 f lites on and 60-65 or so lites out.
so now i have mixed spectrum in both tents, 2k w in one and 1230w in the other tent, still a t5 in veg.

winter rye is coming up thru the thick mulch, also planted some nasturtium flowers that are just now showing up above the mulch.

fed a compost tea both foliar and root drench last nite, took some sucker branches from under-carriages of plants, added some stakes for support.

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