What $500.00 can get you. . .

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by jamiesname, Apr 20, 2013.

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    jamiesname

    jamiesname Active Member

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    bloodytrichomes

    bloodytrichomes New Member

    over priced spam hotdog on a dry bun
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    mrbungle79

    mrbungle79 Active Member

    6" fan with an 8" duct silencer and a 4" carbon scrubber???

    atleast the bulbs matched the ballast
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    ProfessorPotSnob

    ProfessorPotSnob New Member

    Is it all water damaged ? Could be flood gear J/K
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    gladstoned

    gladstoned Well-Known Member

    I hope you are able to peddle your gear here. There's no reason why you shouldn't be able to. People here want deals on shit and want to grow meds, you are helping the cause.
    Best of luck to you.
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    mrbungle79

    mrbungle79 Active Member

    should be a classifieds section here
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    I've said that too. It would need some severe spam control.
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    jamiesname

    jamiesname Active Member


    It's just leftover odds and ends that I've collected over the past couple years and now I'm trying to get rid of it. They do make adapters that you can buy and are quite cheap at any plumbing & heating store and/or hardware.



    No, there is no damage to any of the stuff. It's just taking up space in my garage and it needs to go so that I have more space for my grow.
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    mrbungle79

    mrbungle79 Active Member

    makes a bit more sense now
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    jamiesname

    jamiesname Active Member

    Bump - need 10 characters minimum.
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    bloodytrichomes

    bloodytrichomes New Member

    so are the nutes a couple years old also?
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    jamiesname

    jamiesname Active Member

    They're just shy of a year old. Fox Farm's nutes don't expire by the way. I checked them for a date stamp before I decided to toss them into the bundle and couldn't find one, so I called them up directly and asked.
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    ProfessorPotSnob

    ProfessorPotSnob New Member

    Chemical Nutrients are best used within a 2 year period from the date of manufactur and often they are kept in storage and transition for up to 6 months before even hitting the store shelf , Organics of course will not store as long ..

    Once open the nutrients should be used and not stored long term as you have exposed it to oxygen , as well if the nutrients have suffered from a precipitation they are rendered useless , simply shake the container and listen for crystal formations .. Might as well toss it then and there !
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    ProfessorPotSnob

    ProfessorPotSnob New Member


    They lied to you , nothing lasts forever !
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    jamiesname

    jamiesname Active Member

    You're right. I should have mentioned that common sense, since it seems to be an uncommon virtue right now, trumps in this situation.

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