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

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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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    ThankYouForYourKnowledge

    ThankYouForYourKnowledge New Member

    Thanks, Ill be spending some time reading up on these products for a while cuz I dont have the means to grow them yettttt......but are these all Canadian friendly/orderable?
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    I' honest

    Im honestly not sure. I'm kind of new to the fact that Canada cant get all the things the US can. I understand Hydroguard is really hard to find and apparently nose bleed ecpensive for instance.
     
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    BlackSmoke151

    BlackSmoke151 New Member

    2017-12-11 11.26.33.jpg 2017-12-11 11.26.21.jpg Screenshot 2017-12-12 01.21.18.png This is my first grow and I'm 5 weeks into flowering an unknown strain (bagseed from a friend). I seems to have the characteristics of a indica dominant strain and I think its an autoflower for serveral reasons. However, my question is more about harvesting. I'm having a hard time deciding whether the trichromes are clear or cloudy. I want to start flushing so that I can harvest before they become amber. (not a big fan of couch lock feeling). Any advice would be much appreciated 2017-12-11 11.26.33.jpg 2017-12-11 11.26.21.jpg Screenshot 2017-12-12 01.21.18.png .
     
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2017 at 11:35 PM
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    Start flushing... in my opinion.
     
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    ColoradoHighGrower

    ColoradoHighGrower Active Member

    Looks like they're in soil? If so, between that and the nice foliage, they should be good to start flushing now, imho..
     
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    BlackSmoke151

    BlackSmoke151 New Member

    Thanks for the advice
     
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    BlackSmoke151

    BlackSmoke151 New Member

    Thanks for the quick reply and advice. I was thinking the same thing.
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    Flush and then send me some
     

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