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Old 11-26-2020, 08:33 AM #1
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Is anyone there???

Where are all the greenhouse / light dep growers out there?! Doesnt seem like this section is too active, at least lately. Lets change that. Ill start, lol. Its been a long summer over here but im almost done smashing out this last crop for the year. Have one GH thats week 1 flower to squeeze in. Spent all day today chopping down, and still more to go. Ran all OG this round (OGK x Lary OG) and fuck i love how this one grows. Unfortunately I had to start cutting down a bit premature to prepare for some holiday obligations...oh well. I consider these last runs to be "extra" for the year so not a big deal.

Who else out there is running their GH's year round?? I can post some pictures if anyone is interested! Lets get this section bumpin!
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This whats getting the crop currently. Not done yet though...


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This whats getting the crop currently. Not done yet though...


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Old 11-28-2020, 02:07 PM #5
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Had some hfh hashplants, Viking and the Ox growing in my green house this season. Had to harvest a little early because of mold :-(. I guess the space is too small and too packed so that early october gets a bit damp in there.
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Old 11-28-2020, 02:37 PM #6
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^ Nice mang, too bad about the mould / early harvest. You got anything moving the air there, fan or something? Might help a bit.. If it gets too damp, you're gonna need something to dry the air up a bit, heater thingy.
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Hell yea, nice setup. Are those straight in the ground?? Consider grabbing some oscilating fans? An inline fan, with some slitted ducting underneath your canopy would make those plants super happy, in my opinion
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Yeah, they’re straight in the ground, less vulnerable to drought. They grow huge though. I had to cut them back a few times.

A fan could help drying the climate but then I need to get electricity there. I rather keep it simpler by maybe removing a few glasses and selecting earlier strains. I’m at 51 degrees North so they need to be ready the first week of october at the latest.
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Yeah, they’re straight in the ground, less vulnerable to drought. They grow huge though. I had to cut them back a few times.

A fan could help drying the climate but then I need to get electricity there. I rather keep it simpler by maybe removing a few glasses and selecting earlier strains. I’m at 51 degrees North so they need to be ready the first week of october at the latest.

Ive had a lot of luck planting straight in the ground as well. Huge trees, yields and a lot less water needed. Ahhh, gotcha. Wasn't aware there was no power. Best to keep it simple like you said!
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Yeah, they’re straight in the ground, less vulnerable to drought. They grow huge though. I had to cut them back a few times.

A fan could help drying the climate but then I need to get electricity there. I rather keep it simpler by maybe removing a few glasses and selecting earlier strains. I’m at 51 degrees North so they need to be ready the first week of october at the latest.
Yea yea mang, I'm at 61N so I know that feeling
Been rocking the earlier Esben/HFH strains for years with varying success. A rainy summer coupled with a rainy fall and early winter and everything is ruined. But sometimes it's worth the trouble.

Really can't do much about the humidity if it goes thru the roof.

Try the 'Wild' strains if you can get a hold of em. (HFH)
Also you can get nice head start if you veg your little ones for a week or two indoors, then take em out (or to your greenhouse) when weather permits.

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