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  3. Well shoot I'm on my phone and have no idea how to post the pics..
  4. Day 3 of flower, started happening right after I switched rooms.. it's really noticeable under the HPS lights, issue seems mostly on the top leafs on the plants farthest from the inline fan, 3 1000w hoods. I'm thinking light burn? Ph 6.7/6.8 temps 78-80 humidity 54%. I'm gonna pick up another inline fan in the morning put in in between lights 2 and 3.. should push out an uhh lingering heat. It's not hot to the arm at the plant level, which is 3ft from the hood?
  5. Cool, nice to see others have bought this setup. When the 6" come back in stock I'll swoop one up. I saw that same ad, 6" out of stock also
  6. I know what bulb does what, I was looking more so for what brands are the best. and where they can be found for best price. I have a 2000w flower room at the moment, looking to maybe run 4, 1000's at some point when I can afford the electric bill. Running 2, 4ft 8bulb T'5s for veg, I've never used t5's so I don't know what to expect.
  7. What's up Guys/Gals, pretty simple straight forward question... What is the best bulb you have used for flowering? Where is the best place to find them at? online, hydro store? Also I found this bundle wondering if its a good deal or can I find them separate for a better price? They just ran out of the 6" fan and scrubber combo but it was $129 http://www.ebay.com/itm/VenTech-4-6-Inch-Inline-Booster-Blower-Fan-w-Carbon-Scrubber-Air-Filter-/181379661233?var=&hash=item2a3b11fdb1:m:me7Cb_s9vL9wFzUSDGwhCuQ Trix
  8. In my case, I truly feel even though in my mind I was "legal" I don't think without the help of my lawyer Micheal Komorn, I be in prison. What I learned is don't keep your guns with your grow. Its not a felony to be in possession of marijuana and have a gun, but it is when your committing a crime (growing marijuana). Not sure about the feds, I must be doing something off the wall to have them looking at me for some reason. I had my CCW during my case and it wasn't a issue either. Plants and all were returned.
  9. I finally got settled in at my house and just started putting my green room together it's looking pretty good so far. I now need to find the last few parts to be running again (6' Inline fan)(T-5 light fixture)(organic soil mixture)(Seeds) Anyone have any suggestions on where to find these items? I want to run all organic soils, is there somewhere that sells the "just add water from start to finish" I've seen the recipe on the forums. Now for seeds, I'm looking for a reputable source that I can pick some up from. Where can I find a good site to pickup a T-5 light fixture? Home Depot, sells a T-8 setup, whats the difference?
  10. Spaghetti Sauce Ingredients1 can (26 oz) crushed tomatoes 1 can (26 oz) tomato puree 1 can (26 oz) tomato sauce 2 teaspoons CannaOil (use olive oil in recipe) 1 large green pepper, chopped 1 large white onion, chopped 1 cup fresh mushrooms, sliced 1 tablespoon keef 1 tablespoon oregano 1 tablespoon parsley 1 can (8 oz) tomato paste 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 teaspoon garlic powder 2 teaspoon onion powder salt to taste sugar to taste DirectionsIn a large stock pot, stir together crushed tomatoes, tomato puree and tomato sauce. Set on medium-low heat and cover. Meanwhile in saute pan, heat olive CannaOil over medium heat. When warm, add peppers, onions and mushrooms. Sprinkle with a dash of salt and pepper to taste. Saute until onions are clear but not browned. Add sauteed vegetables to stock pot, folding them into the sauce with the oregano and parsley. Cover and bring to a slow simmer, stirring occasionally from the bottom up. Once simmering add the tomato paste, fresh garlic, garlic powder and onion powder. Make sure to mix thoroughly. Turn to low heat and simmer, covered at least 1 hour. Taste, if too acidy add sugar 1/2 teaspoon at a time, checking every 10 minutes.
  11. Cannabis Biscuits Ingredients 2 1/4 cups CannaFlour 2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 tablespoon sugar 1/3 cup margarine, softened 1 cup buttermilk Directions Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease baking sheet. Combine 2 cups of CannaFlour, baking powder, baking soda and sugar together in a large bowl. Stir until well blended. Add margarine and mix well. Ingredients won't mix thoroughly and dough will start to ball up, this is ok. Add buttermilk and stir until all ingredients are moist. Lay a sheet of wax paper on the counter and cover with remaining 1/4 cup of CannaFlour. Transfer moist dough to wax paper. Knead with hands until smooth, dough should be soft and light. Pat dough down softly until it is about a half-inch thick. Use the round dough cutter to cut out biscuits. Arrange biscuits on greased baking sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes in preheated oven. Let biscuits cool before serving.
  12. Special Vegan Stir Fry Ingredients 1 Cup Cubed pumpkin ½ Cup Cubed Japanese eggplant 1 Cup Trimmed green beans 1 Red pepper deseeded and cubed 1 Cup Cubed extra firm tofu ½ Cup Chopped coriander 1 Lime 1 Tablespoon Crushed garlic 1 Tablespoon Crushed Ginger 3 Tablespoons Gluten free sweet and dark soy sauce 2 Tablespoons Canna-Coconut oil Hot sauce to taste Directions Steam pumpkin cubes for 4 minutes and reserve. Heat oil in a large wok or frying pan and add the eggplant and tofu. Fry till crisp before adding the garlic and ginger and stirring to combine. Add the soy sauce along with the pepper and the beans and stir fry until cooked but still crunchy. Add the pumpkin and stir to combine. Turn off heat and squeeze in the juice of half the lime and most of the coriander. Garnish with hot sauce, remaining lime wedges and coriander. ​The most important thing is that the vegetables you choose must be fresh. Serve this with some quinoa or wild rice if you wish but it’s not really necessary. Don’t eat too much and don’t leave it in the fridge for your flatmate to accidentally eat.
  13. USA -- More US college students are making a habit of using marijuana, which has supplanted cigarettes as the smoke-able substance of choice among undergraduates who light up regularly, a study released Tuesday found. Just under 6 percent of the full-time students surveyed by University of Michigan researchers for the annual ‘‘Monitoring the Future’’ study reported using pot either every day or at least 20 times in the previous 30 days. Read More...
  14. Florida -- Petitions are hitting the streets soon for a new proposed constitutional amendment that would fully legalize marijuana use, possession and cultivation by adults in Florida. A political action committee called Floridians For Freedom, associated with a longtime marijuana advocacy group called the Florida Cannabis Action Network, announced Tuesday it has gotten state approval to begin seeking signatures to get their measure on the November, 2016, ballot. Read More...
  15. South Dakota -- This New Year’s Eve, Tony Reider wants to throw a party unlike any his South Dakota tribe has seen. There will be live music, food, outdoor games—and, floating over the revelry, a haze of marijuana smoke, from a first-of-its-kind pot lounge that is set to open by the end of the year, said Reider, the tribal president of the Flandreau Santee Sioux in Flandreau, S.D. Read More...
  16. USA -- Using marijuana does not cause changes in brain volume, a new study suggests.Public health experts have cited concerns that using marijuana could be associated with structural changes in the brain. However, a new trial comparing the brains of marijuana users and non-users to their siblings reveals that marijuana use likely does not cause changes in brain volume. Read More...
  17. Washington and Colorado -- The first two states to legalize recreational marijuana have collectively raked in at least $200 million in marijuana tax revenue, according to the latest tax data -- and they're putting those dollars to good use. In Colorado, after about a year and a half of legal recreational marijuana sales, the state has collected more than $117 million in excise taxes from both the recreational and medical marijuana markets, according to the most recent data from the Colorado Department of Revenue. Read More...
  18. USA -- It seems fitting that a plant called Mary Jane could smash the patriarchy. After all, only female marijuana flowers produce cannabinoids like the potent THC chemical that gets users buzzed. Pot farmers strive to keep all their crops female through flowering female clones of one plant, called the Mother. And women are moving into the pot business so quickly that they could make it the first billion-dollar industry that isn’t dominated by men. Read More...
  19. Illinois -- Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday used his veto powers to rewrite a bill aimed at decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, saying the measure that lawmakers sent him would let people carry too much pot and sets fines too low. Rauner said while he supports the "fundamental purposes" of keeping people out of jail and cutting court costs, such a significant change in drug laws "must be made carefully and incrementally." Sponsors of the bill pushed back, saying the changes are "low-hanging fruit" when it comes to reforming the criminal justice system and contending the governor is working against his own goal of reducing the number of prison inmates. Read More...
  20. Washington, D.C. -- If you're going to wage war on drugs, you need to be outfitted like a warrior. That seems to be the rationale behind hundreds of police department requests for armored trucks submitted to the Pentagon between 2012 and 2014. The requests, unearthed in a FOIA request by Mother Jones magazine, shed light on how the war on drugs has directly contributed to the militarization of local police forces in recent years. Read More...
  21. Washington, D.C. -- Even as support for ending marijuana prohibition is building around the country, Congress and the Obama administration remain far too timid about the need for change. Last year, residents in Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia voted to join Colorado and Washington State in making recreational use of marijuana legal. Later this year, residents of Ohio are expected to vote on a ballot measure that would legalize it. Nevadans will vote on a legalization proposal next year. And Californians could vote on several similar measures next year. Read More...
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