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  1. 4 points
    Kingdiamond

    1500 watt x 2 LED grow

    Well my girls are looking nice and healthy cant wait until they hit flower.
  2. 3 points
    Slappy

    Pics of my first grow

    Those are looking great. I'm always a sucker for good widow. I personally didn't like the local clone going around, so I'm on the hunt for a more potent pheno myself. I snuck a creep shot at my lady when she was sleeping (day 40). LED's are fantastic. I'll be watching this post closely. Happy Growing!
  3. 3 points
    wjkingsnorth

    Pics of my first grow

    24 hours since the transplant and the plants are responding well.
  4. 3 points
    Wild Bill

    I’m back!!!

    I just finished my first complete LED grow. I have never had healthier plants. The indicas grew like a shrubbery. The next grow I'll have to do some pruning. One of the plants was so dense I had to harvest in layers. The tops kept the middle of the plant from getting any light so I harvested them then got a second, smaller harvest from the bottom of the plant.
  5. 3 points
    Kingdiamond

    I’m back!!!

    I really like how instead of stretching they are bushing out im going to do one last run with my hoods at the same time im flowering with the panels to get a finished weight comparison.
  6. 3 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    I'm finding that about 12" is perfect for when the buds are growing rapidly. The HEAT is GONE!!!! WOOHOO! Can't believe how cool my rooms are now. What a freakin' relief!!
  7. 3 points
    I agree, dwc is relatively straight forward, especially if you stick to a nute regimen that doesn’t involve 6 plus nutrients!
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    blackhorse

    I’m back!!!

    Received the two lights in mail today, still got to open the box. Quick delivery. Will try to set one up and turn on tonight. Received the glasses yesterday.
  10. 2 points
    Highlander

    I’m back!!!

    Over the past week, I have replaced my HPS ( 3x 1,000w) in my flower room with the Yehsence 1500s. I don't miss the awkward big hoods and all of the ductwork. Also, the Yehsence fixtures are fairly small and lightweight, so they sway with the wind, which kind acts like a light mover. I have only two complaints for far. 1.) the light spectrum makes me a bit nauseous. (I need some glasses) and 2.) My furnace has run in June for the first time in about 10 years (but that's kinduv a good thing, really)
  11. 2 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    You can build one just like the SPYDR for $420. It covers 4' x 4'. That same coverage would cost you about $300 for two cheaper ones that make the same amount of PAR(the pair). There's one difference that I'm not sure matters; The cheaper ones have fans and the expensive ones use heat sinks to cool. I'm not convinced which system is better for heat. Seems like fans would be better so maybe the cheaper ones are actually better than the expensive ones for heat.
  12. 2 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    I bought a 1200 and it works great also. $120. 1$ per ten watts LED. That's what the 1500 cost, the 1000, now the 1200. There are a lot of folks paying WAY more than that. Not sure they are getting anything better for their money. I think not. I'm sticking with these little cheap ones. They are very versatile. Daisy chain them any which way. Modular is better than a big light that has only one footprint you have to conform to.
  13. 2 points
    AAA Safety Foundation Finds No Scientific Basis that THC in Blood Impairs Driving By Claire Bernish No scientific basis exists to legitimize current THC testing in place in five states who base their impaired driving standards on THC levels in blood. According to a study from auto club giant AAA’s safety foundation, a blood test threshold for THC — the chemical component of cannabis that makes people ‘high’ — is simply not scientifically possible. Yet, in five of six states where cannabis is legal, the tests are used to determine whether or not drivers should be considered impaired. Those tests employ a blood level-based judgment similar to that used for determining alcohol impairment. But AAA found such tests for THC are wholly unreliable — sending potentially unimpaired drivers to jail and putting impaired drivers back behind the wheel. “There is understandably a strong desire by both lawmakers and the public to create legal limits for marijuana impairment in the same manner we do alcohol,” said AAA president and CEO, Marshall Doney, as reported by the Associated Press. “In the case of marijuana this approach is flawed and not supported by scientific research.” After discovering the tests had no value, the safety foundation recommended Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington simply ditch their THC impairment testing laws — and that other states considering similar laws abandon the proposed legislation. As the study notes, determining actual impairment from THC consumption is quite different than for alcohol. Tolerance for the chemical would mean though a regular cannabis user might have high blood levels of THC, they are perfectly safe behind the wheel — while a relatively low THC blood level could be found in someone unfit to drive. Instead of what amounts to arbitrary blood testing, AAA recommends specialized law enforcement officers who would better observe behavior as a determination of impairment, which would then be backed up by THC blood testing. As the AP noted, nine states — even some with legalized medicinal cannabis — currently have zero-tolerance policies in place for THC-impaired driving. Those states’ laws include not only blood testing for THC, but also for its metabolites which can persist in blood long after the last use of cannabis. Obviously, explained New York University professor and specialist in drug issues and criminal policy, Mark A. R. Kleiman, such laws make no sense. “A law against driving with THC in your bloodstream is not a law you can know you are obeying except by never smoking marijuana or never driving,” he explained. Kleiman, however, disagrees with AAA’s recommendation to adjust current laws, and instead feels such offenses should by traffic violations. According to Kleiman, compared to other potentially dangerous impairments, cannabis is likely the least offensive on the list. While some studies showed roughly double the risk of accidents caused by cannabis impairment, nationally-legal hands-free cellphone usage quadruples the crash risk — and blood alcohol content of .12 increases accident risk 15-fold. A “noisy child in the back of the car” presents the same increased dangers as driving under the influence of cannabis, Kleiman said — noting an exception would be use of both cannabis and alcohol together, which would greatly increase impairment. Clearly, ineffectual and illegitimate laws that senselessly send people to jail need to be abandoned with a quickness — and the AAA safety foundation’s findings on THC blood impairment testing would be a fantastic place to start.
  14. 2 points
    Kingdiamond

    I’m back!!!

    Yeah I have never seen such green lush plants in my grow room im going online tonight to see about ordering some high power panels for my grow room .
  15. 2 points
    Highlander

    I’m back!!!

    After about 2 weeks in veg, I'm very pleased. I'm not doing a scientific experiment, but after growing indoors for X+ years, I generally know when something is or isn't working. My veg plants are growing way faster than I've seen in a long time, if ever. They are very deep green, bushy, and aren't stretching a lot.
  16. 2 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    Both.
  17. 2 points
    Restorium2

    Pics of my first grow

    Nice! Looks like it's time for a bigger pot. What kind of lights are you using?
  18. 2 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    This 1000 also works great if you want a little smaller one that's even cheaper. https://www.amazon.com/iPlantop-Growing-Spectrum-Adjustable-Replace/dp/B07F872N6Z/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=iplantop+100&qid=1559046468&s=gateway&sr=8-1
  19. 2 points
    Kingdiamond

    I’m back!!!

    My plants are growing like crazy under the veg lights in the Yehsense panels im seeing way more bud sites then with the T-5 fixtures and the lack of heat in my veg room is crazy cool as a cucumber in there .
  20. 2 points
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    I wouldn't have recommended them if I hadn't tried them myself first. I have been using the Yehsense 1500's for two complete grows now. They both went better than with 1000 HPS lights. Better buds. More buds. Less heat. Less electricity. No malfunctions. My third grow is half way done and it looks great also. I'm just starting to really enjoy the lack of heat. Nothing to wonder about anymore. The results are in.
  21. 2 points
    Exactly right. They take more time to assimilate to hydro than plants that started out in a hydro or aero environment. Lag time. I have had both on the same system and the plants that started in aero were ahead of the ones that started in dirt.
  22. 2 points
    Restorium2

    1500 watt x 2 LED grow

    Wait until you see how nice the buds are. I have some OG Kush buds that could be used as tennis balls. The proof is in the grower and the grow. Reality rules.
  23. 1 point
    All the best dispensaries are in Bangor Township, right next to Kawkawlin Township. The Bangor Township Supervisor, Glenn Rowley is a cannabis advocate. medical and recreational. He likes it in our township. Now Kawkawlin Township is more restrictive, got their noses in the air, and are voicing their 'concerns'. Since this venture is still in the planning and approval stages I think it would be a better match for them in Bangor, they should switch their location. I know of some prime locations in Bangor Township that people here would approve of. Nice and close to the excellent dispensaries here.
  24. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    1500 watt x 2 LED grow

    My plants are looking incredible im getting some major stretch out of a couple of them but outside of that they look very nice.
  25. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    I’m back!!!

    My plants have never looked better but im getting some major stretch because of the panels being so far off the top of the canopy but when I had them lower the leaves started to get a bleached out look day 8 of flower im praying that I dont run out of ceiling .
  26. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Dispo Bay City

    Wowser browser it's fixed! Finally can use the browser of my choice. Took a whole year. Wonder what fixed it?
  27. 1 point
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    18" like Highlander said. You can go to 12" at 4 weeks flower. Both switches on.
  28. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    Clone plant sales in Michigan

    As long as its done as a gift yes .
  29. 1 point
    Highlander

    I’m back!!!

    I have a few plants in flower under the Yehsence 1500 LEDs. They are all of about similar height but range from day 1 to about 4 weeks in flower. (The first 4 weeks of the old ones were under HPS). I just measured my distances from lights to plant tops. The canopy height and the heights of the lights vary, but, in general, the distance from bulbs to plant tops is about 18-24" with lots of new growth on the new ones and no bleaching on the old ones.
  30. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Trading clones

    www.Genesee3c.com/
  31. 1 point
    glued gorilla

    MM specifics

    Tincture could be a good route. They are available in different THC:CBD ratios and can be made with glycerin,ethinol, or mct oil. They take less time than edibles and are easier to control dose and duration of high. I like the balanced effect of a 1:1mct oil ticture, and I use it in my morning coffee
  32. 1 point
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    Now if you want to be a light snob so you can say you have the best; SPYDRx Rated 5.00out of 5 based on 9customer ratings ( customer reviews) $900.00 – $942.00 SPYDRx is the ideal top-lighting solution for the full-cycle cannabis cultivation for home hobbyists not supplementing with CO2, or vegetative cannabis cultivation in commercial environments. Designed to cover a 4’x4’ area at only 6 inches above canopy, SPYDRx delivers an average of 550 µmol/m2/s of highly uniform light over canopy. PPF: 810 µmol/s Efficacy: 2.5 µmol/J Input Power: 330W
  33. 1 point
    blackhorse

    1500 watt x 2 LED grow

    Thank you for the updates, looking forward to seeing some pic's.
  34. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    1500 watt x 2 LED grow

    Flipping the switch to 12-12 at 7 pm tonight will be using my old camera to provide some insight on this first LED grow more to follow.
  35. 1 point
    wjkingsnorth

    Pics of my first grow

    Transplanting all 5 of them this weekend. They are going into 5 gallon containers
  36. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    Pics of my first grow

    Yeah transplant that girl asap look at that main stem it already looks like a small club .
  37. 1 point
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    They are already working out. The testing is done and they got an A+. I'm coming up to my 3rd harvest now. They have better cooling with fans than the expensive ones that just use heat sinks. I think you should be asking why the expensive ones are expensive rather than asking why the cheap ones are cheap. You said that before the cost was too high to justify switching. I was there. Now what should be said is the cost is so low and the advantages so high that keeping the dinosaur lights of the past isn't justified.
  38. 1 point
    shishka

    Expunged felons becoming caregivers

    Yes I believe so. I had a felony here in Michigan for growing. I got it set aside and am now a caregiver.
  39. 1 point
    GrowGoddess

    vpaes 12 17 15 019

    A lot depends on the type of pen you are using. As you can see, I have used many different types. I discuss the different methods I use in more detail in my blog. Trial and error, and personal preference also plays a big part in techniques.
  40. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Who owns the plants?

    People make it too complicated because they want to pull some shenanigans. The caregivers gets the right to grow 12 plants for each patient. When I say 'FOR' it doesn't mean the patient owns the plants. It means the caregiver can manage up to 12 plant to supply the patient. The caregiver is the plant manager. They decide what to grow and how much after a careful review of what each patients asks for. They are responsible for the plants. If you don't like what your plant manager is doing then get a new plant manager. Or go to the dispensary. Lots of choices out there these days. Michigan is cannabis heaven. We have it made.
  41. 1 point
    Restorium2

    I’m back!!!

    You can treat these like you would an air cooled 1000 HPS. Same distance to tops.
  42. 1 point
    Restorium2

    vpaes 12 17 15 019

    You don't have to thin it. I winterize filter it and it works great in the right pen. I use an ooze pen with the high setting of 900. Highlander and I posted in a thread about how we use it and which cartridges to use.
  43. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    Caregiver looking for patient

    Huh?
  44. 1 point
    MrGreenGene

    Patient opening available

    Filled it, and also have been given preliminary approval from my township for a microbusiness license when they become available. Woooo Hoooo!
  45. 1 point
    garyfisher

    I’m back!!!

    these lights look like junk and i guarantee their PPFD is nowhere near what a quality LED is. Look at their deceptive marketing practices. 1500w ?? what? No. its 2.3amps, so like 250watts. I wonder what the PPFD is for 250watts. I'm pulling over a lb per HLG 550 and they run 480 watts at the plug and cover a 4x4 area 2.6 uMOL/J. 2.6 uMOL/J. 2.6 uMOL/J. What is the PPFD of these junk lights? dont waste your money.
  46. 1 point
    I switched over to Chrome and now I can cut and paste this link;
  47. 1 point
    mishigami bear

    Investing in Cannabis

    I don't worry about Monsanto or any big Agri-corp getting involved in Cannabis genetics. I don't see how they could do a better job breeding seed than current breeders. And it seems pointless to produce GMO cannabis, as the market will shun it.
  48. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Investing in Cannabis

    A whole plant extract works just like the 'whole plant'. Subtracting the THC is when cannabis quits working medicinally for most people. The THC is the hardest to produce so it fits with a snake oil salesman to sell a THC free product. A snake oil salesman and a nutso cannabis hater have a lot in common.
  49. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Medical Marijuana Strain For Pain

    We do make pills out of marijuana. We take marijuana and extract all the cannabinoids out of it various ways. Then you have a cannabis oil some call hash oil(or other pet names). You take a tiny amount of that, an amount about the size of a grain of rice or less, and put it in a gel capsule and that is your marijuana pill. Everyone is different and will find different effects from different strains but most all strong strains work for pain.
  50. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Cbd-Only Balms Suck

    Emu oil works better at penetrating through the skin.
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