Pinned Open Grow Word Association Part XIII
Posted by - 17 minutes ago -HammerHead
Green Manalishi x Blue Hammer
First release of NAW seeds
Now we are proud to present this haze hybrid to the public, still some tests are running but the main are ready.
Combined from the green manalishi #8 wich rhinocbd selected from original Motarebel stock.
She is a short plant with very limited strech and foxtail baseball buds. Very dark and hazy taste.
The Blue Hammer male is from the f1 stock and is fairly sativa dom.
Bringin strong grow power and the exceptional blue taste it was only a matter of time before these two meet up.
HammerHead at 59 dayzzz
She is in the shop now!
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The Beach House
Posted by - Today, 02:58 PM -Welcome to BeachBud's garden by the sea.
Here you will find bits and pieces of my continuing effort to grow the best cannabis I can. My space is small and my assets are limited so I try to make the most of them.
I have a total space of about 11' x 4.5' w/ 7.5' ceiling. That is divided into 3 spaces with the flower room being about 7.5' x 4.5' of which only 5' x 4.5' is used for growing. The rest houses the reservoir, dehumidifier, shelving and all the hardware. A light tight door separates the flower room from the veg/clone area which occupies a space of about 3' x 4.5' of which 3' x 2' is useable for growing. This space is divided vertically with the lower area housing the clone/sprout station and the upper area for vegging.
Here's a pic of the flower room after putting in new panda film.
And one showing the Blumat supply line laid out.
This is the veg/clone area.
The veg area is lit by 2 led strips. They have 3 x 5 leds per strip equalling 22.5 watts each for a total of 45 watts. I made the change to these from a 200w CFL last year and am more than happy with the upgrade. I want one more strip so I can fill the entire space.
The Sprout-O-Matic is something I built after not finding a what I wanted on the market. It provides a widely adjustable range of climate types with rather basic hardware. After several years of use I and very pleased with it's performance and can honestly say I have never lost a clone or sprout in it.
There is a 4" fan mounted in the wall between the flower room and veg area that pulls warm air out of the flower room into the veg area. This is all the heat the veg area gets but it seems to do the job.
Here's the hardware and rez and a shot of the rez getting filled.
I've upgraded the fan speed controller since this pic was taken and now use one of these. The ballast is a 600 watt Lumatek.
Now you know about my space. Coming up I will show you what I do in it.