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  1. The most amazing site ever: The complete guide to sick plants.....
  2. Oops sorry it should have said CANA-butter! Thanks. Definitely makes a difference!
  3. Try No-Bake cookies! There chronic! "No-Bake Pot Cookies Ingredients: 2 cup sugar 1/2 cup cocoa 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup canabutter 1 tsp vanilla 3 c quick oats pot (the more the better) Directions: Mix sugar, cocoa, peanut butter, milk and canabutter in a saucepan. Bring to a full boil; boil for 1 min stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in oats 1 cup at a time. Then add vanilla. Drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper and let cool." http://www.dankspot.com/stoners/weed29/bake-pot-cookies-245.html
  4. Roger Waters will be touring the US this Autumn doing a live version of "The Wall"!!! I can't wait!! I saw him twice on the Dark Side of The Moon tour back in 06 (Deer Creek and The United Center). It was probably one of the best concerts I have ever seen (especially at INDY!)! Make sure you make the investment to go and see one of these shows it's a once in a lifetime opportunity! The United Center (Chicago) - Sept. 20th-21st (see you there) Quicken Loans Arena(Cleveland, OH)- Sep 28th 2010 The Palace - Oct. 24th 2010 (see you there) Schottenstein Center(Columbus, OH) -Oct 22, 2010 St Pete Times Forum (Tampa, FL)- Nov 16, 2010 (see you there) www.RogerWaters.com Tour Dates
  5. "Dehumidifier water can be used for watering container plants and in hydroponic reservoirs. It reads 10ppm or less on a TDS meter. Water that sits stagnant can harbor mold and bacteria however, so you may want to oxygenate the water before using it. Oxygen levels are easily increased by shaking it in a jug or adding hydrogen peroxide. This will kill the harmful bacteria and your plants will benefit from the extra oxygen. The dehumidifier water is very soft water, since it has been recondensed from vapor which lost its mineral content when it evaporated. Many people use it to soften their tap water. WARNING: Dehumidiers often employ copper tubing. If the resulting water is 10ppm its possibly 10ppm of copper. Adding this to your reservoir every time will start concentrating the metals-- since plants only need under 1ppm of copper, using this water could accumulate to the 100ppm toxicity level." From the good old OG faq https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=34575
  6. I guess some units have copper coils inside of them that the water passes through..... I'm not sure if mine does or not
  7. Wondering about the bulk water from Meijer that comes out of the culligan machine. Seems to be slightly acidic 5.5-6.2. Does anybody use it to water their plants and with what results? Thanks friends
  8. Bought a brand new bucketless dehumidifier. Just wondering if anyone uses the water for their plants and with what results? I have read that the copper inside the dehumidifier may make the water toxic? Thanks Friends![/font][/font]
  9. Just wondering if anyone has received their renewed card yet? Sent forms in on 3/10/10 still nothing.........I am just hoping it didn't get put into the big pile.............Thanks Friends!
  10. Sparty On!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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