Its almost time to put our seedlings out up here in the great Northeast! I hope everyone is as stoked as I am because I think this season could be wicked. So yeah this is just a thread for all of us growers up here in the harsh New England area. What strains are you running this season? Any new things your doing? Tips, tricks for dealing with this climate, LETS HEAR IT! I just went outside today looking for spots and it was raining and cold...just the way I like it haha. Found some nice spots near a stream so hopefully the foliage doesn't come in too dense or I might have to cut some shit down. Cant wait to hear of some of the crazy stuff people have in mind for this year!!!
GROW NEW ENGLAND!!!
STRAIN : I'm growing the same Skunk from the 70's. New Things : Vegging indoors until last frost then out to the greenhouse to flower. Tips,Tricks : I've never done a guerrilla grow so only tip I have is: Don't Get Caught. Good Luck.
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well i consider myself to be a New England'er and im down here in the Garden State....sucks though im suburban and have a hard time finding a reliable spot. my last outdoor grow someone found and chopped..sucks. i went indoors from there..i couldnt bear to lose another.
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i am in Connecticut and i am growing some Durban Poison and some Master Kush... I have a post in the outdoor section... take a look
mikejones' outdoor 2009 take a look:
Anybody ever grow auto-flowering strains in the northeast???? Toying with the idea of having little weed shrubs everywhere!!! Haha feedback is appreciated.
Welp my ish got here. New 400W conversion light , and my Fox Farm Organic nutes. It's getting pretty hot in there, like 83-85 degrees the most and humidity dropped to 35%.
I setup the fan better towards the light to cool it better and channel hot air out my door. I'm waiting for my mylar, but I'm still concerned about this heat issue. I have no air ducts leading out of the closet, but there is a small hole in the wall..
Would it be ok to feed the hot air into the hole?
I know this is the first day of the setup, but you think the light is too far/close to the seedlings? I'm currently measuring... 4' 2" about the top of the seedlings. You think I could cool down the area with another fan or will I need to possibly run some exhaust/ventilation into the hole? Let me know guys, any advice is appreciated.
Too far from the seedlings. Try putting plastic cups (clear) or plastic wrap over them so the humidity goes up. Moist heat is much better than dry heat. And yea blowing the air thru the hole would be fine.