kgb69ss Posted May 15, 2010 Report Share Posted May 15, 2010 Good afternoon Fellas, This was my 2 month long project following me being added to the list of qualifying patients! I had this old stainless steel cabinet that I had dreams for, and now it is in the room I constructed from studs and drywall with 400 cfm exh fan, 35 amps of power, and an ultra reliable water heater timer that is hardwired to a designated 20 amp line to power 600 watt MH veg and HPS bud AgroMax bulb with a Euro air cooled hood connected to a Digital conversion ballast. Specifically for germination, and early vegatative growth, the 75 watt flouro x3 in the cabinet should prove to be "the cats meow" for getting started! It still needs more time and testing to be sure. Complete with "YO-YO's" for light suspension and a small 4" fan to stengthen the young seedlings and clones to come. The only thing I need to do is make it light proof before the plants are at the end of their veg stage. Temperature regulation has been tricky since this set-up is fresh. I can already see a need for a small computer fan with a hole in the back or bottom. I germinated my White Widow, Himalayan Gold, and Super Silver Haze seeds folded gently between paper towel in a humidity dome ( whole broasted chicken container from the grocery store for a humid-dome! B) ) Started germination process on Tuesday the 11th. Sprouts on Friday the 14th! I have photos in my gallery of the cabinet set-up and the rest of the room. Forgive me for any poor editing or lack of updating as often as I should, but I have a life too! PLease, Please< Please comment on anything you see or hear that you like or dont like! This is my first try at a perpetual grow. Hopefully I haven't forgotten everything I read! With your help, I will succeed! (I gotta figure out how to reduce the resolution of pics ......) edit: http://www.michiganmedicalmarijuana.org/index.php?app=gallery&module=user§ion=user&user=10851 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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