ShaggyGrower

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  1. I've found the following link very helpful in my VPD calculations http://opennlabs.com/vpd/VPD_calculator.php It requires a manual entry and Redraw Chart button press. I guess technical difficulty is the reason I can't find the device I described, but I'd sure like one. Until then, I have a Sensor Push that does temp & humidity with a lovely interface. Then I query the chart in that link after manually firing my thermometer at the leaf to get leaf temp'. I'm not in hydro so don't need to constantly monitor my EC & PH, I do that when mixing the feed/water. VPD is important in all media I think, so bigger market. Add proper remote VPD, and you're onto a winner imv.
  2. Hi Egrowr, ShaggyGrower here. Firstly, we sound related Yes, and one item I would like on an all-in-one type device is a VPD readout, so a device that measures all those components as well. Leaf temp & ambient air temp required, and humidity. I'd like to be alerted when it goes out of the recommended bands, a bit like my Sensor Push (that does not do VPD either). Best, ShaggyGrower (Twitter, YouTube, & here) (ShaggyGrower.v2 Facebook & Instagram)
  3. I'm satisfied having my logo in the top left corner on photo's & tagged. Great way to help each others brands. Happy Collaborations!
  4. My extractor fan is too powerful! All that wasted aroma as well - really would love a way to bottle it before it passes though the carbon filter. That carbon must smell amazing …..! ;-) Yup, very happy with the way my growing learning is going considering some tough times ~ March. Happy Growing!
  5. I can't envision seeing a successful grow in that space with a HPS light (unless is is air cooled, and even then). So CFL or LED. I'm leaning towards CFL in that space, a Blue spectrum one for Veg and add a Red for Flower. Humidity is not that much of an issue indoors I find, as long as air flow is verr very good, so air exchange and fans essential if you're not going to use a dehumidifier. Happy Growing!
  6. White Rhino :-)
  7. I love the Paraberry as well, especially the purple stemmed pheno. Hoping some clones root. I might have two viable mothers. The logo was created for me @sycosyco.slapsmaster on Instagram. My previous pic was off the internet, so perhaps copywrite is the reason for my original insta account to be closed. So, I got my own logo designed. Happy Growing!
  8. Thanks @Jose.gh Still a ways to go, but looking good. My Instagram account was closed down for some reason I do not know. New account is called ShaggyGrower.v2 Happy Growing!
  9. Some more advanced pics. Arjan's Strawberry Haze (four photo's below): Happy Growing!
  10. Nice photo's. Those nugs look lovely
  11. The White Rhino genetics from the comp' are still alive and well in my tent. Below is a WR clone that was planted outside in May, did not do very well in the rubbish Dingly-Dell soil/environment, and was eventually found dug up by some animal and lying in it's sponge out of the ground almost dead. Looking good now though! Happy Rescuing Genetics!
  12. Here is Franco's Lemon Cheese today: Below is Super Lemon Haze CBD (Plant 1 of 2): Below is a White Rhino clone: Below is ShaggyParaBerry green pheno. Hermied seed from a White Berry (I think). Happy Growing!

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