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Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by matth82003, Jun 3, 2006.

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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member


    I'm with TGG. You've done nothing wrong. I have a hard time believing Ponch and John are across the street writing down the license plate numbers of customers of hydro stores. If you can carry your nutrients you aren' big time. Even dumb ass cops know that.

    This sort of thing might have been an issue during Nancy Reagan's drug war, but I just don't believe an officer of the law is gonna waste his time anymore. Now... if you get raided and all your asserts seized, i truly apologize
     
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    FPKTX

    FPKTX Member

    Fair enough. I suppose I may be acting a little over cautious, but I'd rather think it out then grow willy nilly.

    Recently in Texas someone was caught with 8 outdoor grows that were only concealed by tomato plants growing around the garden as cover. I believe he received 25 years. It is still very much in prohibition.
     
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    FPKTX

    FPKTX Member

    2 oz - 5lb is minimum 180 days to 2 years. So even a few plants will fuck you.
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    Good luck man
     
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    Splaap

    Splaap New Member

    Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you.
     
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    FPKTX

    FPKTX Member

    Truer words...
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    I'm thinking if you use common sense you should have no problems. I personally wouldn't be afraid to use my credit card to buy supplies, or buy from the local shops. Maybe plan the event so you arent going as often if you feel wierd about it. People actually grow vegetables hydroponically sometimes. It isn' t illegal. Even if they caught you red handed with a gallon of House and Garden and pulling a good cop bad cop on you you have nothing to worry about.

    Honestly, if you'e uncomfortable with it you may have to wait till you go back to Colorado. I would hate to see someone shy away from growing, but I would feel a lot worse if you took my advice and did 25 years because of your OG tomato
     
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    shovhd

    shovhd Member

    Hi, first time posting and new to this. Looks like lots of knowledge and experience on here. I think I’m going to need lots of help.

    shovhd
     
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    Splaap

    Splaap New Member

    I agree with you Stltoed, intellectually, but I am from a time and place where marijuana laws were used as a political cudgel and paranoia has always seemed a reasonable response to me. A little care pays unknown dividends.
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

     
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    cobnob

    cobnob Member

    hello, liked the ideas I found here so I started my first grow. I built an led with 3 1212's and some computer parts. got a tent, pots and dirt. and I am now 2 weeks into 3 auto's. it is fun to see there growth every day. I got the cobs from cobkits and he was very helpful. I hope everything goes well so I can get into bigger lights. I like building and designing lights almost more than growing. but its all for a common goal...
     

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    verticalgrow

    verticalgrow Well-Known Member

    :leaf::leaf: Welcome to RIU :leaf::leaf:
    :leaf:Welcome to RIU & nice bike :clap:
     
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    cobnob

    cobnob Member

    thanks, and thanks.
     
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    Samblakaka

    Samblakaka Member

    Hey , I'm doing a cherry kush grow, she's 3 weeks into flower right now, also have a cin x, 2 Tahoe OGs and a Samoa Kush in veg...so there will be plenty to come from me! Stay tuned
     
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    ThankYouForYourKnowledge

    ThankYouForYourKnowledge New Member

    Hey, I'm here because I want to learn about marijuana in many different aspects. I wanna learn almost everything.
     
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    evergreengardener

    evergreengardener Well-Known Member

    there are many here who will look to intimidate and shame you for not knowing. ignore them read lots you will find sticky posts at the top of every category those are good reads. also check out grow weed easy dot com great beginner info there. my advice to you is dont read some stuff and then give advice lol

    and welcome to riu
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    That is the best advise I've ever heard here. There are some real pricks on this site. No explaination why, it' really sad. To be honest I normally frequent another site because of it. Your a credit to this forum Evergreen
     
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    ThankYouForYourKnowledge

    ThankYouForYourKnowledge New Member

    Thanks for the warming welcome! I appreciate it... I have fairly thick skin and feel no shame in lacking knowledge. I'm a firm believer that the only stupid questions are the ones unasked. I will take their attitudes as signs if a more deep and profound personal issue they suffer from. It's just learning to make personal smoke anyways for now. What's the best set up for a cheap 4 plant indoor grow. And all the details along the way lol
     
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    ThankYouForYourKnowledge

    ThankYouForYourKnowledge New Member

    I wont be leaving the site. Ill just take whats said with a grain ah salt. I've already met two people who aren't assholes so I think I'm doing pretty well lol
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    Good for you man. I' not hear for attitude so like I was saying I usually go elsewhere.

    There are many opinions on grow styles. Just as there are many factors. Without knowing what your options are i would start with soil with a metal halide, high pressure sodium light. Lights are cheap. soil is, well, soil. A large bag of Fox Farm is $15 at the high end. You will need nutrients. The General Hydro trio is a perennial favorite, and cheap.
     

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