Седан

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Hello! I'm from Ukraine, I'm 40 years old. I have been engaged in cultivation in outdoor for 20 years. And only three of them are grown in Indore. 2.5 years ago, it occurred to me to create a high-performance plant for the cultivation of marijuana. Now the project is almost completed. I suggest that you familiarize yourself with the results of my experiments. The installation of a little more than one meter square, a height of 2.5 meters, is able to give a result with proper use up to 2 kg. Dried flowers. Equipped with two sodium lamps 600 and 400 watts.


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I'm interested in your opinion. Would be very grateful ..

 

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Hi  Седан

 

Welcome to CC, they certainly look very good, whats is the rest of your set up in regards to what they are growing in and nutrients you use. I have never seen a light wired to the cage of a fan before, does the fan oscillate or is it stationary.

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43 minutes ago, Shadey said:

Hi  Седан

 

Welcome to CC, they certainly look very good, whats is the rest of your set up in regards to what they are growing in and nutrients you use. I have never seen a light wired to the cage of a fan before, does the fan oscillate or is it stationary.

Hey. Bro! Thank you!

 

This is a very simple and reliable design, nothing complicated or dangerous in it. The bracket is made of a piece of wire in 10 minutes. At me the shaft is centered, the fan does not vibo, the lamp stands firmly.

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Interesting, so the plant pots are outside the frame, and you bring the plant through the wire net on the inside, like a vertical

S.C.R.O.G? how many plants are in the cage?

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It certainly does look like a very good use of available space compared to a normal tent  grow. I see area where they are planted is at the bottom of the cage, I missed that before. Very nice set up. How long from start to harvest using this method?

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26 minutes ago, Shadey said:

It certainly does look like a very good use of available space compared to a normal tent  grow. I see area where they are planted is at the bottom of the cage, I missed that before. Very nice set up. How long from start to harvest using this method?

 

Everything depends on the length of the vega. Last time I planted 7 plants (2 auto) for two months of vega. This time, for the sake of experiment, I decided to repeat the natural cycle. Three plants, Vega 6 months.

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Седан said:

Last time I planted 7 plants (2 auto) for two months of vega.

2 moths of veg that's very good to cover that space. If you are vegging for 6 months this time with 3 plants, so that's half the plants for 3 times as long, I know its an experiment, but I would stick to the 2 months and more plants with a faster turnover of harvest, if it were me, but it will be interesting to see how it works out.

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27 minutes ago, Shadey said:

2 moths of veg that's very good to cover that space. If you are vegging for 6 months this time with 3 plants, so that's half the plants for 3 times as long, I know its an experiment, but I would stick to the 2 months and more plants with a faster turnover of harvest, if it were me, but it will be interesting to see how it works out.

Bro, I'm a scientist and an experimenter for life. I get high from cultivation, observation, and analysis. Me and my friends 2kg, enough for this time to smoke! I will now make a modifiable installation, for the legislation of some countries: 4 plants, 1 meter high. Soon, I'll show you the blueprints. You will look, you will say your opinion!

 

 

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1 hour ago, Седан said:

I will now make a modifiable installation, for the legislation of some countries: 4 plants, 1 meter high.

Here in Canada its going to be 4 plants, 1 meter in length, so which ever way you grow it, it cant exceed 1 meter from top to bottom of the stalk or branches as I am reading it. No limit to the number of branches though :)

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9 hours ago, Седан said:

Bro, I'm a scientist and an experimenter for life. I get high from cultivation, observation, and analysis.

We need more like you!

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16 hours ago, Shadey said:

Here in Canada its going to be 4 plants, 1 meter in length, so which ever way you grow it, it cant exceed 1 meter from top to bottom of the stalk or branches as I am reading it. No limit to the number of branches though :)

It's easy to fix, Bro. There is a technique called a trim-cutting (I do not know if I said correctly in English). So, there is such a principle, the tops of branches are cut off, and the plant grows in breadth. You can grow 1 plant with a height of 1 m, that it will weigh 400-500 grams, respectively, in the installation of "Pegasus" 4 plants, a height of 1 meter, working area of the grid 4 meters square, light 400 + 600, productivity 1.5-2 kg . Ideal for Canadian legislation. It's all right, Bro, you will not have problems with the law!))))

 

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8 hours ago, Unregistered said:

We need more like you!

Bro, all people want tomorrow was better, so that tomorrow it was bright and happy!=))

 

 

 

 

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Great keep us posted on your progress, thanks.

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20 hours ago, Shadey said:

Great keep us posted on your progress, thanks.

you are welcome!

 

I have been to the Russian-speaking forums for cannabis cultivation for almost 3 years. I met almost all progressive gardeners of the former USSR. And as the guy said above, I was not enough of this. And I now went around the world, although I do not really know English, to exchange experience and establish international relations. I noticed that your approach to cultivation is fundamentally different from ours. No, the common types are similar, but the priorities are different. I think that if you combine two styles, that is, take both of them, then you can achieve the ideal. So come in, say, take part, I will gladly share with you my experience, and the experience of my colleagues !!

 

Some fresh photos of my garden:


 

On the street 35-40 degrees in the afternoon. At night to 30. Although I did in the room day instead of night, the temperature averages 34-36 degrees Celsius. Plants are very affected !! ... fuck, I do not have money for air conditioning, so please do not talk about the yellow leaves ... to all the blame ... the war, the Gentleman and the Ladies:rolleyes:  !!))

 

 

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My beloved cat destroys the bottoms of plants in box of veg ...

 

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Now I will show you how I created the installation "SDU Pegasus" in photos.

 

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Now a small upgrade.

 

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If you have any questions, I will answer you with pride!

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Looking good so far, the base looks like the only complicated bit to build at the moment.

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On 20.07.2017 at 3:47 PM, Shadey said:

Looking good so far, the base looks like the only complicated bit to build at the moment.

 

 

 

Still a small addition to the easy installation

 

 

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Ok I see what you are doing, a drip feed. In the first pictures it looks like you have a medical IV and then replace the small medical drip tube with a water bottle. Then you have done the same with the bigger container for a larger gravity drip feed system. In this last pic what is the blue plastic straw sticking out of the soil for I cant see it connected to anything? also why do you cut the tubing down the middle for several centimeters?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Shadey said:

Ok I see what you are doing, a drip feed. In the first pictures it looks like you have a medical IV and then replace the small medical drip tube with a water bottle. Then you have done the same with the bigger container for a larger gravity drip feed system. In this last pic what is the blue plastic straw sticking out of the soil for I cant see it connected to anything? also why do you cut the tubing down the middle for several centimeters?

 

 

Plastic tubes is my method, I called it "Forced Rooting," it's like cloning, but I do not cut off the food from the trunk. This increases the root without stimulants and special skills.

 



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The tube is shortened. To see the strength of the drop.

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4 hours ago, Седан said:

Plastic tubes is my method, I called it "Forced Rooting,"

OK I got ya, it holds the branch down until it develops roots at that point, there is another guy on this forum that uses this method outside.

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7 hours ago, Shadey said:

OK I got ya, it holds the branch down until it develops roots at that point, there is another guy on this forum that uses this method outside.

Yes, you're right, we guys also use something like that in out. But they do it to nail the plant to the ground.

To ensure that it is less noticeable to the police or to the vandals scouring in search of prey. And I decided to try an alternative method of plant training (Horizontal cultivation), to which we are accustomed. Just do not just draw branches to the ground, like here:

 

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But also to drop them in order to get a double benefit from this.

 

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