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  1. Nice craftsmanship. I'd recommend some kind of filter for the inlet air. I use a 12"X12"X1" furnace filter on my 2X4 cabinet and it gets pretty dirty in just one grow. it's helpful to keep bugs out and the buds clean. How will you monitor and dump the pan under the bucket? Lastly, if stealth is what you have in mind, what is it? It needs to "be" something that belongs in the environment it's placed in. An armoire, a refrigerator or a speaker all have their places where they blend into the room and don't get noticed as out of place by the casual observer. Maybe one on each side of your stereo?
  2. Ants can get caught in the trichomes. Permanently.
  3. Ok, so all those "before" pics are all pretty green leaves that just look like they're seriously deficient and yellow because of the LEDs. My mistake. So why do the seedlings need CalMag in soil at 10 days? They've barely begun to eat. Shouldn't proper soil provide this at this stage?
  4. I'll venture to guess that your problem is clones. (You said you've done this before, then mention doing clones for the first time). Clones aren't the same as seeds. My clones, while still in rock wool cubes are able to handle half strength veg nutes just as soon as roots show, slowly transitioning to full strength veg nutes (.9EC) within a week. Seed plants might go two weeks without any food needed. So, my guess is that they were starving. Don't they look that way to you in the "before" pics? They certainly didn't have "no problems at all." They should look like pretty, green little plants. My advice: Toss 'em and start over. And feed clones like they're hungry from the beginning. As soon as clones are subjected to strong light, they need food.
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