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  1. I didn't see this here, so excuse me if was/has been already posted. https://consumerist.com/2016/11/03/after-4-3m-in-property-damage-millions-of-dehumidifiers-recalled/ https://www.recallrtr.com/dehumidifier Recall SummaryName of Product: Dehumidifiers. See Description below. Hazard: The dehumidifiers can overheat, smoke and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazards. Remedy: Replace/Refund. Consumers should immediately turn off and unplug the dehumidifiers and contact GD Midea for either a replacement unit or a partial refund. Consumers whose dehumidifiers were manufactured before October 1, 2008 will receive a partial refund, not a replacement. The manufacturing dates can be found on back of units. Consumer Contact: To register and determine if you are eligible for this program, enter your unit's brand, model, and serial number into the tool at the bottom of this page. If your unit is one of the recalled units you will then be able to verify that you are human by checking the box in the Captcha tool then clicking the Register Now button. Recall DetailsUnits: About 3.4 million (in addition 850,000 were sold in Canada) Description: This recall involves 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, and 75-pint dehumidifiers with the following brand names: Airworks, Alen, Arctic King, Arcticaire, Beaumark, Comfort Star, ComfortAire, Continental Electric, Coolworks, Crosley, Daewoo, Danby, Danby Designer, Dayton, Degree, Diplomat, Edgestar, Excell, Fellini, Forest Air, Frigidaire, GE, Grunaire, Hanover, Homestyles, Honeywell, Hyundai, Ideal Air, Kenmore, Keystone, Kul, Midea, Nantucket, Ocean Breeze, Pelonis, Perfect Aire, Perfect Home, Polar Wind, Premiere, Professional Series, Royal Sovereign, Simplicity, SPT, Sunbeam, Sylvania, TGM, Touch Point, Trutemp, Uberhaus, Westpointe, Winix, and Winixl. Incidents/Injuries: Midea has received 38 reports of smoke and fire. About $4.8 million property damage has been reported. No injuries have been reported. Sold at: Lowes, Menards, PC Richard and other stores nationwide from January 2003 through December 2013 for between $100 and $300. Manufactured in: GD Midea Air Conditioning Equipment Ltd., of China
  2. Never seeing no one nice again, Like you, mama You, mama... You...
  3. Looks like Hen-of-the woods https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grifola_frondosa
  4. Back again for another weekly bump. My garden grows well, but I am completely out of med's (not your problem, just an update), and the dispensary I have been going to hasn't had anything other than sativa's for about a week now. This will be my 3rd time back there since making this post, and at 280$ an oz, it's a shame I couldn't find someone local to work with. Stay safe!
  5. Since this is from April, I don't know if they are still operational. Best for luck to you!
  6. Thank Trichcycler, thanks nice of you to say. As for the Auto, no I have never topped them before that time. Trimming yes, but just to expose area's to more light. I did the same to one of the Photo's cola's too(She has 7 now instead of 8) . My hands shake, and at times they just do their own thing lol. It is a real pain in the donkey when pruning.
  7. Howdy Highlander, Thank you for sharing your story. It's nice that you had such a wonderful experience. I wouldn't let my CG in my house with my kids when I wasn't home, but that's just me. That's some trust for 4oz a year!
  8. Howdy Beourbud, It's going great,thanks for asking! I just switched my Photo to flower, and I have and Auto about to finish in 4-5 weeks. The poor Auto is running late, as I broke her main stem trying to LST her back around her second week. So she was topped on accident. Then she battled cal/mag issue's when she went into flower, but she got better. She's about 15 inches tall now, but has 4 main colas. So all in all not a bad thing. Always a bright side My Photo on the other hand is doing great. She just flipped to flower on the 5th and is sitting around 19 inches tall. I love growing! I have always played outside in the garden, but indoor growing has been a fantastic learning experience. I have tried DWC and coco so far, but I will be switching to No-till when these are done.
  9. Oh I get it. A lot of people use it, but I'm not a lot of people. A lot of people use Facebook and Twitter too, again I don't. If that was my only option, then maybe I would us CL. But it's not. I have my own grow, dispensaries and this website. Sure here is online too, but here others can interject when they see red flags that I may not catch. It is a safer place then CL by leaps and bounds. I'm not trying to catch a bunch of CG's or PT's, to sort out and release. I'm not picky, I just want good clean medicine during times I can't provide my own. Maybe you have lots of time to search through CL and sort people out, Restorium2. But sadly, not all of us have that luxury.
  10. I honestly did not even try to contact them. Like Willy said:
  11. Yes only once a week. I keep my temp around 75F and my RH at 45-50. I keep my dehumidifier at 50%. It goes goes long with so little water, because I use 5 gal smart posts. The growth is not affected at all, at least to me. Maybe in comparison to others. I mainline with 8 colas and grow to around 15-18 inches in about 60 days. Small pots will drink more. Also, depends on the amount of perlit you use. I myself use none, but went with rice hulls, as I had 10lbs for a future no till that is cooking at the moment. The less aeration, the more water retention. They are referring to Cannazym http://www.cannagardening.com/cannazym
  12. I guess I'll give this a bump even though there really isn't a need since it's at the top of the page. But, it has been a week and no new post. As for an update: I'm still looking for a CG.
  13. During Veg I only water about once a week. Even after a 60 day veg I don't feed more than 60 oz of "water" at a time. Most of the time 40 oz's if they are under 18"s. During flower you can water more depending on how thirsty your girls are, but if they say under 20"s you can still manage once a week, in my opinion. As for salt build up, I use House & Garden Drip Clean and haven't encounter any build up. I use 1 ml per gallon of water. I also use API Pondcare Pond-Zyme Enzymatic Pond Cleaner Barley as a Cannazyme replacement. For any solid particle build up, think root rot. I tried the Canna line, but I no longer use it. I use my own feeding schedule (recipe), loosely based off of others trial and error. I also do a silica foliar spray (2.5 ml per gallon, and PH'd to 5.7) with every feeding. I keep my PH at 5.5 going in, and my ppm's are around 600ish with tap water. I have seen a little nute burn before with this schedule, but that seems to happen if I water too much, and they don't dry out quick enough. Best of luck in your grow!
  14. I have always read that THC-COOH is fat soluble. So that is the first time I've heard this. What does it strip? I would love to read more. As for oils, I never use any thing other than coconut oil. Most of the time just straight MCT oil https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medium-chain_triglyceride Thanks for more great info! I will have to give it a try when I don't have to go out anywhere.
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