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Old 07-01-2006, 09:17 AM #41
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nice read. I never experenced OG and only started thinking about cultivation right after OG went down.

Everyone reminses about OG, but i never knew.
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Old 07-01-2006, 07:07 PM #42
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Thanks PD, this is an awesome thread and I do believe it would help a lot of folks, so I’m going to put it were most growers can find it ….at the TOP!!
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IN ITS RIGHTFULL PLACE!

allways loved this thread (at OG) and everytime i see it i still agree with my previous thought lol if that makes sense. well justified Big Toke

great work as usualy Pipedream

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Big Toke, et al,

Thanks for all the kind words and placement of my thread at the top. While I'm not sure that it is warranted, I am truely honored. I look forward to answering any posts/questions that may arise as a result.

Warm regards to all & Grow Safe!

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Old 07-09-2006, 09:38 AM #45
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beautiful cab, i want to be there myself someday.
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Old 07-16-2006, 05:25 AM #46
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how often do you change the nut. solution?

nice work btw
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Old 07-16-2006, 08:30 PM #47
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bojang1s,

Because these buckets are so small, the plants basically use up all the nutes evey week or so. As a result, I seldom if ever do a full change out. If there is more than a quart of liquid in the bottom of a bucket when I think its time to raise the PPM ratio, I'll dump it out and start fresh. Also, if I do a change over from veg to flower nutes, I'll scrub out the bucket at that time.
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my question is why do you filter the rainwater?
what could be in it that would hurt your girls?
can you see suspended particles in your rainwater?
also do your plants stretch a lot due to the lower wattage light
being fixed so high above the plants?
keep up the good work
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Thanks for stopping by.........

My rainwater is collected right from the downspout on the side of my home. As a result, anything that was laying on the roof or brewing in the gutters winds up in it. This includes dust, seeds, insect larve, and a host of other things. No, I don't really think any of them would effect the plants, however, a warm highly oxygenated hydro tub is the perfect breeding environment for many of these things, especially mosquitoes. Additionally, If I carefully filter it, before I seal a five gallon jug, I've found that I can store it right thru the winter with no ill effects. This gives me access to a supply of rain year-round.

As far a stretching goes, I do get a bit but have found several methods to keep in in check. First off I raise the tubs on newly introduced plants by placing another inverted pot under them. This gets them much closer to the light source until they are well established. I also keep my light and dark period temps within just a few degrees. This helps to keep the internodal lengths as tight as possible. And lastly, when changing a plant over from 24/0 to 12/12, I do it in three or four steps each a few days apart. This too will help to reduce stretch.
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Hey Pipedream, sorry do hear you lost your lastname. I believed that Overgrow and CannabisWorld would be around forever. I didn't care for that shocker. (I don't care for change.) Lost some good friends to that one but hopefully I'll find them again. Maybe under a different name.

Glad to see your still up to your usual amazing tricks. You didn't tell them that you cut off fan leaves as flowering progresses. Atleast that is what you used to do. That flowering pic has lots of leaves, so tell us if you still practice that.

Regarding your airfilter link, it has changed:
https://www.webproducts.com/products/...c/absorber.jsp

Oh, and didn't you say that you would post some photos of your newly revised carbon airfilter box?
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