mcrossy

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  1. testing testing skunk auto's on the testing

  2. So if the moon dose good things is there not a bulb that matches the spectrum of the moon that you could put on for when they are sleeping to do the same as the moon peace
  3. Hey man I heard about it too dint think to much of it till recently just noticed how bright the moon can be when its 2/3rds full with no clouds it can be bright so it got me thinking again will have to do some research into it thanks man peace out
  4. Dose the light of the moon affect a flowering plant outdoors as it is a reflection of the sun
  5. Like dust said arjans ultra haze 1 that stuff u could build a bridge all the way to dam lol amazing stuff love it peace
  6. Well hear is some pics its not the prettiest but sometimes the best things aint lol the orange bit of pipe is so I can separate each pot to move them round the room less messin about lol just got to drill 2 holes in the wall for the inlet and outlet peace out
  7. Haha love abit of diy man carnt beat it and the good thing anout doing it yourself is that anything goes wrong at least you now it inside out so its easy to fix lol will get some pics tomorrow and upload them peace out
  8. Thanks for that man I just took some hose and have coiled it round the inside of my pots then going to link it up to my nute tank and use the pump to pump the heated nutes throu the hose then back to the tank help keep them warm peace
  9. Thanks guys n whats the best temp for the root zone thanks peace out
  10. Hi whats the shortest size that you can start flower
  11. Got to say my favourite is greenhouse powder feed and I must say is the best there is even compared to liquid feeds and thats adding there boosts the resin production is huge the taste is amazingand overall top class product so I no all my bushes will be grown using this is the future until I am proved otherwise and would recommend greenhouse powder feed to anyone peace man
  12. Wow looks like we getting somewere with this lol thanks for input guys I ha e found this on internet it blagged my head to many joints it think but if any of you can help I think it saying about 3% uv but not sure lol Infrared-A: 700 nm to 1,400 nmInfrared-B: 1,400 nm to 3,000 nmInfrared-C: 3,000 nm to 1 mm. Sunlight in space at the top of Earth's atmosphere at a power of 1366 watts/m2 is composed (by total energy) of about 50% infrared light, 40% visible light, and 10% ultraviolet light.[3] At ground level, this decreases to about 1120–1000 watts/m2, and by energy fractions to 44% visible light, 3% ultraviolet (with the Sun at the zenith, but less at other angles), and the remainder infrared.[4] Thus, sunlight's composition at ground level, per square meter, with the sun at the zenith, is about 527 watts of infrared radiation, 445 watts of visible light, and 32 watts ofultraviolet radiation.[5] Thanks
  13. By uv is it the same as a uv light that you use for like water sterilisation because if it is the could you just add a couple to your room thanks for the info guys maybe we will comee up with the ultimate lighting for our babies
  14. Has anyone noticed any differece between hps bulbs I mean like more resin or bud production internodal stretch so is there any difference other than brand name thanks peace out

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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