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  1. Humidifier switch

    I have no clear idea... If the "micro switch" is connected to a microprocessor's input port it may require a pulse to activate instead of a steady state., in which case you will not be able to override it with a simple toggle switch. If it is a maintained contact type of switch (rocker, toggle, alternate-action push button, etc.) then you should be able to (may need to remove the original switch from the circuit board as well). Be aware that lengths of wire are antennas, and connecting them up to microprocessor inputs can result in spurious operation (or worse) in an EMF noisy environment. Keep the wires as short as possible to mitigate. Good Luck!
  2. I think I am ready to Start

    It looks like what I've seen on 4/4 varieties of seeds from one vendor (all three autoflower and the African Buzz), and it also appeared to a small degree on the Thai Lights after they were transplanted into containers previously used for the autoflower plants. I also noticed the symptoms were only appearing on main stem leaves and fan leaves on one or two branches, rather than all over the plant or confined to new growth (the usual patterns of symptoms of deficiency?). I'm thinking my plants have disease, and some bits I've read lead me to believe that infected seed is not uncommon. If it is disease... I don't think there is much to do beyond taking the best care of them you can. With mine the symptoms disappeared from the autoflowers before they were 1/2-done flowering, and only appeared on a couple sets of leaves on the Thai Lights. It appears to be a mostly cosmetic issue (guesstimating an average yield so far of 500g/m2, which is pretty good afaict), but I will be bleaching my containers between use.
  3. Crowded and too tall

    Took down the taller Thai Lights... ...4 bundles of 5 or 6 branches + the top, very leafy, but there are fairly dense and resinous buds buried under all the foliage... ...2.2g of bud from the tip of a thin branch, the tops and larger branches are looking a bit better (another day or two until they dry). The amount out not-quite-fan-nor-sugar leaf kinda sucks, the smoke itself is pretty good though and may have even upped the bar for the LP a bit. This was the first pick when I went looking for seed for the pot I was smoking 30 yrs ago and I'm a bit surprised at how close it is to the memory: a bit more earthy and a little less spicy, with a touch of citrus, but the same basic taste; texture is about right (small leaves and bracts feel thicker, meatier than is typical); and there is a familiar yellow-gold color already showing through the green.
  4. Cheese autoflower c/w sap

    The only 1/2-descent shot I managed to get of the sap which started oozing after the plants moved from T5HO to CMH lighting. The bit of leaf it is leaking from is actually purple, sap coming from green leaf was clear.
  5. I think I am ready to Start

    Maybe all you need to do is mulch with potatoes periodically to keep them under control.
  6. I think I am ready to Start

    ...and fungus gnat larvae! Are they at problem levels? If you have lots they will feed on plant roots, but I betcha they will stick to fungi and dead organic matter if not crowded - a few is probably a sign of a healthy soil. Do they get into the mats in the trays?
  7. Vancouver weed.

    The few tokers I've spoken with who've tried dispensary, online BC based shops, and Licensed Producer weed, all claim that there is nothing "better" about it compared to the black market product. The LP stuff appears to be most disappointing. We are in a city though, things may be different for those in a smaller market.
  8. Vert(600+400) from Ukraine with love

    - How Much Marijuana Can I Yield Per Plant? A Pound! ...so much for that theory, eh.
  9. Lots of room... does it fill up? If I promise to help with the harvest would I be allowed to camp out there?
  10. I think I am ready to Start

    Hmm, will ground cover help keep the fungus gnats under control?
  11. I'm a greenhorn to growing don't know muc

    Apparently lots (maybe all) Europeans thought the world was flat at one point - so lots of YouTube videos shouldn't carry much weight as an argument. Getting more light to the buds will make a difference (that's an easy experiment to do); but removing fan leaves that are not shading anything is reducing the plants ability to gather light, and anything I've seen or read about defoliating amounted to speculation with some pseudo-scientific-sounding hand waving. @Steveo2690, given the title of this thread... I suggest growing the nicest looking, healthiest, plant you can. Then do it a couple more times before checking out any special techniques.
  12. The laws are there because some people think they can, not because some can't.
  13. Tonneau cover as a plant bed

    I'd be wondering if something could leach into the soil.
  14. Floraison 60 jours

    8 or 9 weeks, give or take a couple weeks. It looks like it has a long ways to go.
  15. I think I am ready to Start

    I've started using the bags produce comes home from the supermarket in...