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Old 05-05-2018, 05:42 PM #51
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"3 a light" book is a SCAM so is the "medicine man". Snake oil and an extremely over priced book.
You mean you aren't using Success Nutrients yet?

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Not here to scam or troll. I’ve been a member of this site since 2009 just started posting so I could share. Transplanted 3 days ago. Clones were taken 3 weeks flower so just starting to grow out now. Clones were veg’d for about 3 weeks in small pots under flouros. Transplanted to 65 litre pots, 60/40 perlite to coco ratio feeding once a day till runoff. EC 1.2, PH 5.8-6.
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Additives: fulvic, silica, seaweed and Plantmate drench (trichodermia)

N - 132
P - 32
K - 210
Ca - 162
Mg - 47
Si - 25
S - 80
NH4- 13
Hello, fellow 2009 member. I am going to use a ratio similar to this. I can't decide whether I want to do silica or low-dose chitosan. Regardless,
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Old 05-06-2018, 01:11 AM #52
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What is deal with this 65 litters pots with coco. Thats crazy. Depending on plants I can hit up to 150 grams in 4 ltr. Pots. And more that 200 grams from 2 gallons or 7 litters. I really want to see how your roots looking in this 65 litters pots with 3 week veg. No offense to your numbers I think best way to hit such high yeild is sog in small pots with right pheno I can fit 33 plants in 2 litters pots in 4x4 under 600w. With good pheno I easily hit more than 30 grams per plant without veg from fresh small rooted clones. Thats give me around kilo under 600w. Good luck make grow journal and show us.
Better for me to get caught with 2 plants instead of 40.
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Old 05-06-2018, 01:20 AM #53
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You'll never post a journal. None of you little trolls ever do. You just want some approval from real deal growers, which you'll never get punk.

I dont have a tent. I have 42 lights in a warehouse. I mix all my own nutrients. What's your recipe? Not ratios. grams per gallon recipe.

Keep posting blurry pics of your friend's grow. You've managed to fool a few it seems.
I dont need approval. Just sharing so everyone can do it too. Im impressed with your warehouse numbers, thats a big op. I run everything through hydrobuddy so if you want “grams per litre” do it yourself. I wouldnt post pics of my friends grow on here because its not as good as mine but he’ll get 3 a light on his next run with a couple of tweaks thats for sure. Im not a punk but Johnny Rotten was
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progro is most likely Andy Williams or Joshua Haupt. These guys are a couple of scammers/"entrepreneurs" currently operating in Denver. Andy doesn't even smoke cannabis just tries to hustle money.

They are trying to sell the “Three A Light” book a $500. picture book that will tell you the “secrets” of how to grow 3lbs with 1 light. They also try to sell grow consulting services for $500. an hour.



The product that they have been selling is very low grade, they target tourists that don't know any better. My guess is they will flop when they run out of tourists to buy their low grade product.

A couple of hustlers with snake oil.
No, just a regular grower who knows some shit. I only read scientific stuff not garbage and i dont charge $500 an hour for my advice, but maybe i should....
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You mean you aren't using Success Nutrients yet?



Hello, fellow 2009 member. I am going to use a ratio similar to this. I can't decide whether I want to do silica or low-dose chitosan. Regardless,
Use the chitosan Bill, see how that goes
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How about a few citations for scientific stuff
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How about a few citations for scientific stuff
Google mate
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No mate. 4-5 weeks at most. I take my clones from my own plants when they’re 3 weeks into flower so by the time my clones go in they’re just starting to revert back to veg growth so they grow a bit spasmodic for a week and then off they go. Big pots, good drainage, good airflow, trichodermia, optimal nutrition, mass pruning during flower and lolliopping equals big yields
A 4-5 week veg time is an eternity. As Easy7 suggests on pg. 2, it would be interesting to see some mathematics and/or comparison trials with shorter veg times in order to assess whether all that 18hr/day electricity hogging up your calendar and spinning your meter is worth it.

Nothing personal against you, and sorry if there are already a zillion threads with this same criticism--but, veg period length is the main thing I'm interested in when I hear "x# per light" accounts.

Why are you doing the reveg thing with clones, and why are you taking them at week 3?
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If I could do 40 plants I would but it’s not worth the risk where I live. If I could I’d do a 2 week veg and take big cuttings. I used to do 2 rooms and harvest every 6 weeks usually 3.5lbs but it was a pain and costly. This way works out economical and the overheads are low while profit is high. I take the clones at 3 weeks or even 5 or 6 if I want them to supercrop. Saves an extra room, keeping mothers etc then I don’t have to have them sitting long. They root, get potted and veg’d until I’m ready. Usually they’ve started to grow out of flower by then and are ready to go. That way I’m self sufficient and in complete control.
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