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Old 03-02-2019, 05:09 AM #41
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Old 03-03-2019, 02:19 AM #42
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Considering I've decided to go with raised beds I'm going to buy a kit from Dripworks. 1/4" drip enough for 4'x8'x16" beds? 4",6",9" or 12" spacing?

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Old 03-06-2019, 05:43 AM #43
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Getting close to topping. I planted some Gelato 33 x Blueberry Syrup

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Old 03-08-2019, 06:54 AM #44
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Gelato 33 x Blueberry Syrup and Sour Sunset x Humble Pie x Blueberry Syrup. As long as ive grown cannabis ive only used the 24-48 hour presoak and then drop in rockwool cube method. Seeds would sprout in a total of 6-7 days. I decided to drop these seeds in FFOF with tap water. 3 of 4 had popped up in 3.5 days. Pretty simple and effective i guess?

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Considering I've decided to go with raised beds I'm going to buy a kit from Dripworks. 1/4" drip enough for 4'x8'x16" beds? 4",6",9" or 12" spacing?
Are you using 1/4 inch hose with emitters ? I use the half inch with nine inch spacing Space hose about 9 inches apart.

I’m switching over to just half inch poly tubing with 1/4 inch tubing coming out of that. Advantage being it never gets clogged like the emitters. When my vegi garden drip tubing got clogged after second year I added the 1/4 to it like it was solid tubing. I think I can get 50 -60 1/4 inch tubes in a forty foot row of half inch poly tubing.

Looks like your off to a good start, how early can you plant where you are?
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Old 03-15-2019, 06:10 AM #47
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Are you using 1/4 inch hose with emitters ? I use the half inch with nine inch spacing Space hose about 9 inches apart.

I’m switching over to just half inch poly tubing with 1/4 inch tubing coming out of that. Advantage being it never gets clogged like the emitters. When my vegi garden drip tubing got clogged after second year I added the 1/4 to it like it was solid tubing. I think I can get 50 -60 1/4 inch tubes in a forty foot row of half inch poly tubing.

Looks like your off to a good start, how early can you plant where you are?
Thanks for the input bud. I'm in Northern California so I'm gonna veg indoors until early-mid April then transition them outside to get acclimated with some supplemental lighting to keep them from clicking over. Should be able to drop them in beds end of May
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Old 03-15-2019, 06:21 AM #48
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This was the kit I was looking at but with 9" spacing 1/4" drip line
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nice work! Looking forward to your garden!

My seeds are still below ground waiting to come up
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nice work! Looking forward to your garden!

My seeds are still below ground waiting to come up
Thanks man
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