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  1. A very interesting idea,, never heard of it but keen to try it!
  2. Its seems crazy that in this day and age that we cannot by law utilize a plant that grows naturaly for the good of the earth, to grow it ,to harvest it and return the wealth produced by it back to the people of the earth.... IS THIS WORLD CRAZY????????
  3. Surely the crime here was to stop the awesome couple doing something that benefitted a community in need of help.
  4. Very interesting thread, ive often wondered how and why doing this is benificial,, WELL NOW I KNOW!!
  5. Beautiful pictures,,, love the fact that we can worship a plant that grows in the ground.
  6. Nice little ladys you have there mate,, should be a great smoke.
  7. Looks great for your first go mate the pics look really good,, one this with this method and I remember when I was taught it, is that to have someone there to show you exactly how to do it makes things ALOT easier. With the amount of space your playing I would have went with 1 plant and used topping to promote branch growth or position your pot to one side and bend the top over untill the branches start poking up and continually bend then down under the mesh, I think this method in a larger space really suits sativa dominant strains ( i love sativas) and is an awesome way to grow! Cant wait to see more pics, good work.
  8. When I first started growing indoors about 20 years ago we used a kero heater to produce co2, you had to keep a check on the ambient temp but it seemed to work ok. We tried dry ice but couldnt get a reliable source and even tried a variation of this method. The way we saw it at the time was even if its not perfect its better than having no extra c02 at all.
  9. Thanks for the great welcome everyone,, im quickly growing to love this site!
  10. Love growin chillis also, this year I didnt put any in but last year grew some red savina habs, oranges habs, bhut jalokia, yellow seven pods and some asian birds eyes. Some great plants you got growing there mate!!
  11. Well Well, im glad i found this site,, never heard of SCROG before untill today and find out this is how ive been growing the whole time.. For me SCROG ROCKS!!
  12. Very insightfull read,, cheers for posting Franco!!
  13. That tree chair is gold, would love a lazy day in that for sure.
  14. Theres so many different variables in this situation that it makes it hard to really pinpoint your best solution, my guess is your going to build up strong leg muscles transporting your water there, in the past ive found putting the water crystals in the soil when u prepare the ground combined with a drip system really is the only way to go in remote areas. Remember the more times you tramp to the area the greater chances of being discovered unless u use a different route everytime.
  15. Very interesting to watch cheers for posting.

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