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Old 10-12-2008, 08:13 PM #41
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The only major problem i see is that by adding new seedlings they will stretch if you already have plants in flowering because the hood is raised up for the tall flowering plants.

I think this is a cool hobby set up, but i would definatley add more cfl's of my own on the sides to get more light under the canopy.
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Old 10-20-2008, 12:59 AM #42
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Thank you Mdanzig

I wanted to do this last year at this time, but funds were running low. Thanks for the tutorial, I know I have sold 2 aerogardens. I did ML outside and went for the beans. Very powerful smoke. Not real long lasting but the effect is immediate and deep.
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Old 10-22-2008, 12:52 AM #43
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Heres some close-ups.

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Old 10-27-2008, 04:57 AM #44
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Damnnn nice looking roots..I like the idea of the preptual ML...a DAMN good idea since I will be makin feminized seeds..yeilding seeds prepatual off ML is perfect! mdanzig I grabbd your seeds and grew out your ML, such an interesting plant I can now see why you likbreeding this so interesing...peace man


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Mdanzigs, Hi I have one of these and am about to start a dieselryder grow and have a couple of questions. You had your grow set on the tomato setting and I was wondering why you choose that one over the salad settings that has the water pump working 24/7 and lights on 17/8? Is it better not to have the pump on 24/7? Also you mentioned about setting the lights on a 24 cycle but it is my understanding that the classic doesn't have that setting so how did you work it to have it on longer? Also do recommend a fan blowing on them to strengthen the stems or is this unnecessary with such small plants? Thanks
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Mdanzigs, Hi I have one of these and am about to start a dieselryder grow and have a couple of questions. You had your grow set on the tomato setting and I was wondering why you choose that one over the salad settings that has the water pump working 24/7 and lights on 17/8? Is it better not to have the pump on 24/7? Also you mentioned about setting the lights on a 24 cycle but it is my understanding that the classic doesn't have that setting so how did you work it to have it on longer? Also do recommend a fan blowing on them to strengthen the stems or is this unnecessary with such small plants? Thanks
Your right about the pump setting. I didnt have any info on the pump/light running times until I bought the "Master Gardener" deluxe kit. So I did indeed move it to the setting you mentioned so that the pump is running all the time. Also your right again, it does not have a 24/0 cycle on the "classic" model. I just turn the light right back on when it shuts off. Im home at this time, so so far it hasnt been an hinderance.
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Mdanzigs, Thanks. I am really excited about trying this. I just love the idea about being able to grow all year using AF's inside during the winter months. I've only started growing the last couple years after a 20+ years absence its amazing how much things have changed!!
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any new pics I have the d/r and wanted to see what they did in the aero I wanted to do a seed run with it
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As good and fast as those seeds germed I'd almost like to have it to just germ seeds and when the taproot sprouts take it and transplant to soil. If I could germ seeds in 30 hours that would be nice. That little areo garden is cool I'd like to see them make a small version with about 15 to 20 compartments to just germ seeds in(Areo Garden Germanater lol). Maybe a $50 dollar contraption. That's a cool little areo garden Mdanzig....looks nice man.
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They actually have a seed starter tray for the aerogarden that lets you start up to 66 seeds.
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