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  1. Unless you get an AC, you are wasting your time. Air cooled HPS will bring the heat up. You heat is to high to start. Get an AC for you whole place and cool the whole place down. That will be all you have to do..
  2. I stop by this place once every few years to see if there are any names I recognize still floating around .When this place used to have a resident "grow Guru", I was one. I been doing this 20 plus years. Own a federally licensed production facility in Canada and soon to be retail. Ill give you the only answer im going to give then possibly be gone for a few more years. You need a 400 watt , air cooled , HPS! Anyone telling you diff, has no clue. Best of luck with your en devour.
  3. I would pop them 4inch into some bigger 8 or 12 inch rockwools. or depending on the amount your doing on that table- you can put them 4 inch into a normal 6 or 8 inch pot with holes in bottom then, fill the pot with clay untill you feel as tho you have the support you need. its all about numbers and size, as to the correct solution. imho.
  4. 36 hours of darkness wont hurt your plant at all. It will trigger hormone production and raise the lvls of hormone more rapidly and induce a more rapid on set of bud sets to form. Unstable strains, will however, run the risk of going hermie sometimes with varying photo periods. Its trial and error. coming more familiar with strains by working with them at length helps in this regard. The longer you run a strain, you stabalize it as well. Best of luck with your crop...
  5. Go with number 3. The B1 in that food will help you along. I might even use a combo of #2 and #3. Best of luck.
  6. Looks good. I tested these seeds long ago. Still one of the best I have ever tried...

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