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About CreX

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    Late Flower
  • Birthday January 15

Grower Info

  • Current strains growing
    Jeez lol, alot... Let's maybe lable it as strains grown?
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    DWC Hydro, messing around with organic soil too
  • Preferred Lighting
  • Favourite Strains
    Super cheesy strains, but most of all, Blueberry... I would just about sell my soul to get my hands on a proper blueberry lady❀️
  • Grow Room Setup
    2 very separate rooms, germinate/clone to harvest in DWC, 4x Qb288s in flower, 200w nova fittings and a 150w Acdc light in veg
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Synthetic nutes with additional ammendments as well as living water with bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi
  • Indoor or Outdoor
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Joints, bong, pipes, vapes, dabs... Edibles.. Typical stoner

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  1. Come now boooi, this is the place to learn to grow your own😜
  2. Love it!! Seems like you do have a bit of a green finger.... Welcome! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜œ
  3. Have any pics of the plants? πŸ˜‹
  4. And it sounds like they are outdoor plants? Outdoor pots tend to really dry out fast. MPK of your choosing being Hortimix?
  5. Okay, keep us posted. I would say that you need that in line fan... If you are not bringing fresh air into the box, the plants will not get enough carbon dioxide and your yeild will be small... What we are trying to do is simulate the perfect outdoor environment, in a closed space. What you cannot skimp on are the 3 following things. Light - you are replacing the sun, so it has to be decent Air - plants breath, and consume the little carbon dioxide in small spaces Nutrients - you need to give the plant the right food at the right stage of their lives. Without those three basic constructs, your grow will suffer. I am really just trying to guide you in a more prosperous direction. Peace and love
  6. And just having them out in the open isn't possible? I really feel that you will have issues with heat. Also, the plastic covering... Is is completely light proof?
  7. I agree, coco let's so much water through that it really isn't necessary for the perlite. I actually feel that coco perlite drains way to fast.
  8. CreX

    New in town

    LOL unfortunately selling is still pretty illegal... But I'm sure some okes could suggest in a private msg. Ps, I live in an apartment too... Come, let's make something happen for you!?
  9. SA Horticulture. They are jhb based, but I'm sure you can hit them up for an order.
  10. LOL... I really don't want to
  11. I don't know hey.... I like to think of myself as a pretty good solder, but those solder points are just so fine, you would need a pretty fancy iron and a very pointy tip. And the way the boards are designed makes it hard for single diodes to go... Diodes are pretty specific and if they work once, chances are that they will work the remainder of their lifespan without issue...even longer if you don't run them at max the whole time. I am actually trying to think of someone who has had a few diodes go... And I really cant think of anyone.
  12. You just need to miss one mite and the problem remains.... Increasing your C02 will ward them away, but you need quite a lot of Co2 for it to become effective. A skottle braai with an open flame will work. Seal your garage, put all your plants in there... And burn that bottle for a few hours with the garage closed... Temps will spike, humidity will spike up... And hopefully you can keep the most co2 you can in the garage... Alternatively you can move premises, preferably intercontinentally
  13. Skrrr skrrrr!!! Nice one booi πŸ˜πŸ‘
  14. I must say that in veg, the plants, even big ones, really don't chow that much and you can get away with practically nothing... But in bloom, especially the first few weeks... My word do they eat!! Root mass explodes, stem elongation, hormone changes... The plant goes through puberty and eats like a teenager who has never seen food before. But then after a few weeks feeding stabilizes and slows down a bit. So I like to add MPK boosters in early bloom and then again closer to the end of flower just incase.
  15. The only thing you need to worry about is it getting dry... Keeping the compost moist would be the only concern really... That and minor air exchange, so I wouldn't put it in a sealed storage container unless you open it at least once a week. Other than that, you're good to go!
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