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Big Jae

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About Big Jae

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  • Birthday 05/12/1990

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    MID MICHIGAN, Saginaw Bay area
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    I have many interests including writing, reading, fishing, hunting, re-engineering, technology, computer building, electronics engineering, and of course hydroponic horticulture
  1. Thanks for all the replies. Wild Bill nailed it also as so did grassmatch. I took a clone and didn't rinse the entire plant. Although it was a very big clone (pic below) I not only should have rinsed the soil before switching it into one of my RDWC undercurrent set up, I should have done what wild bill said and cleaned the whole plant. Well last night I quietly with much stealth moved the entire RDWC setup outside minus the lights of course into a make shift greenhouse I built using 6 2" PVC pipes wrapped with 3ml clear plastic!!! I was able to borrow an ozone machine and a a 40lb C02 tank. My
  2. Thanks for the info, hey BTW have either of you guys are seen that guys info who sells seeds on here named xxxxx? His email address was right in an email message I got from this website. I just ask because the dude said he was based in Maryland and wanted $10 a seed, wouldn't answer any questions about if they were feminized, every reply he just kept asking how many I wanted, when I asked if he had a list he just gave me a dozen common names. Just wondering if anyone here has messed w or knows him. Told him I wanted a dozen, he said $120 plus $20 for guaranteed shipping or something like that.
  3. You nailed it bro, I took one singular clone from someone because of the strain right. It was in soil, I laced the soil with Protekt for a week in a home made air pot and then rinsed the roots & dropped it into my RDWC ring. BUT, I never rinsed the whole plant, just the roots. Since in ten years of indoor, I've never had mites either. Once I read your reply I thought about it and totally forgot how those little gentlemen hang out and thrive on the bottom parts of the leaves. I'm going to trash the whole room, CO2 everything to death like you said. I have a couple CO2 detectors that beep wh
  4. Hello, I seen your post. I have an indoor grow room that I built to be basically as clean as a surgical room running hydroponics with a very stern water treatment method to make sure nothing but good stuff is flowing around at 67'F in the water. I use 2 1k hps lights and have my intake and exhaust both on the same 6 inch metal vent pipe using Y fittings at both ends. I have a 750 CFM inline fan AFTER the two lights and on the exhaust end of the tube I have another 750 CFM at the end in a Y fitting exhausting both the room and lights out one pipe. I also created another 7" intake giving myself
  5. Someone from this site tried to rip me off

  6. Wow what a coincidence, I bought a deal off Bonza last October called the "Dirty Dozen" where if you bought & spent so many $ worth they hooked you up with twelve free feminized seeds. One of which was a TGA subcool feminized pill. I'm not sure what strain exactly, the little bag w/ sticker just says TGA Subcool with numbers. If I remember the strain I think is called Cinderella 99 but it might not be. All I know is that I had one single feminzed big fat juicy CHEMDAWG X Headband male then that X Big Bud female and one single big fat turtle in a half shell White Rhino x Big Bud AND LOST BO
  7. And yes, I'm not an idiot, I would rather pay an electrician $50 or buy him a case of beer to glance everything over and tell me its right instead of paying one because I do my own stuff. Fix my own cars, lawnmower, shingle my own roof, etc. If it's something that could kill me or hurt me I always have it looked at before ever putting a breaker into the panel. But when it comes to simple grow lights, not everyone wants some electrician they don't know seeing their setup. But since two friends of mine are licensed electricians I always have them glance over something before I apply power. If th
  8. Well since there was a positive, negative, and a screw for the copper unshielded wire that was running through the 10/3 wire & the directions said to hook it up this way, & it works perfect, & two separate electricians said yes that is perfect, one of which tagged it so I could use him for the warranty putting his 20 years of growing his business which supports his family on the line, I think I'll stick with the 2 electricians and the directions rather than believe what someone posts on an internet forum. It might not require a neutral, but their is a screw. Maybe it's not needed,
  9. sorry had to take these pics w/ no flash on the creep but these are all branches that I tried to put out super early.
  10. I like your style, I can tell your not full of bunny muffin like many I bump into. Just for clarity homey, I'm only growing four plants total! LOL I guess when I made that elbow per plant minimum it came across as I'm all about weight when that's farthest from the truth. I actually do things a little different. I've been taking one single seed, yes only one feminized usually almost always bead by Barney's. I will even pay extra to get it in the unopened breeder pack. But Bonza has done me well over the years and is the only place I trust. Yes I'm sure all of you down by Jackson find that funny
  11. I completely agree. I've never had a mold issue drying monster single stalk cat tails, to small dense popcorn half tails. That is exactly why with my new room I've waited until it's completely done with massive details paid to each part. Right down to air cooling my external water and air pump on my RDWC. Just by working this out I've eliminated any need for a chiller and the warmest the water ever gets is what the air temp is being used by the air pump. Between that & using a 70 quart Coleman cooler that I built another 4 inch thick of insulation board air tight with weather stripping on
  12. I wrote you a detailed response and it's gone. I hope there aren't admins in here that police every letter typed & delete posts. Anyways I explained the original set up I spoke about using motion activated cameras would be best for you. Even pointing one at the fan you want to know when it powers on would be very simple. I would just buy one of these (pictured below) for each of the rooms which I imagine have oscillating fans of some kind. Any movement even the second hand on a clock will either make these cameras take a a HD color or Infared picture or they will record video for as long a
  13. Well to sum it up IMHO, They as in the government, pharm companies which are more powerful than any industry out there, don't ever want the chance of the public finding ways to medicate or cure themselves using things they can easily grow outside. 1000's of years ago Indians and others knew which plants to take for certain ailments. Since there wasn't massive industry polluting everything, not to mention how it's pounded into our heads that western medicine is the only safe method, so we all take pills for lots of diseases that never even existed in the past and if they did it was in very smal
  14. Thank you! Yes you could get a controller with one of those apps but if your not someone who knows how to use or install it and would like me to help you by doing that part I can. My set up is very simple, the cameras snap pictures when there is motion, an oscillating fan in your room is your motion, mount your digital hygrometer showing all the info you want and cost $20 for a nice one, set the motion's movement to only send a pic once every so many minutes, in my case every 15, sends that clear HD pic to your email or email you can make for this, than whenever your curious you simply check y
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