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Martin7318

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  • Birthday 04/19/1993

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  • Current strains growing
    Deluxe Sugarcane
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Soil
  • Preferred Lighting
    LED
  • Grow Room Setup
    280w total GrowOpz LED lighting, 120x60x180 Mars Hydro Grow Tent.
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    BioBizz
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    Indoors
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    Joints, Bongs, Pipes, Vapes. If it gets me high, I partake!

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  1. Found another place that sells the actual "Trim Bin", cheaper than elsewhere but still too damn high of a price 😂 https://www.rockandrolled.co.za/ I see they also have replacement screens coming in. That may even be an option, but interestingly those are only 220 micron. @Naughty.Psychonaut Thanks for the YouTube suggestions. I know Mr. Canuks stuff is great 😁
  2. @Naughty.Psychonaut Ah! Thanks for the input, dude 🙌🏼. Definitely adds a few other options for me. I came across those round baking "sieves" last night and thought it could work. It was a cheaper alternative if I'm remembering correctly. The first option you have here, which you say you would go for, is down at 44 microns. That's super fine. Not too fine, maybe? I found the following site for the mesh, and seems like a good option to me: https://www.happyfish.co.za/products/30x20cm-stainless-steel-woven-wire-filtration-grill-sheet-filter-200-mesh?_pos=1&_sid=3b889bdb6&_ss=r&variant=39881602269368 200 mesh which is about 74 micron. 300x200mm is a decent enough size I'd say?
  3. So I've been looking for something to use for my trimming coming up soon as I approach harvest. I've seen a product online called a "Trim Bin", imported product which is extremely overpriced in my opinion. I've been looking for a local alternative to no avail. This has lead me to thinking how easy it would be to make my own if I could just find the correct mesh. I've read that anything from 60-120 micron would be good to catch kief and stainless steel is a good "go-to". Why is no one selling these? Is it not worth the time and effort? What am I missing? And where the hell could 1 purchase said mesh/screen/filter?
  4. I'm rather interested in this process if you wouldn't mind sharing?
  5. Will see how much I get out of my harvest and see what kinds of tests I can run off that 😅. Having it cure for longer than it took to grow does seem a bit "extra" 😂
  6. Aw man! I'm actually bummed I didn't see this before the time. Would have been awesome to meet up. I had the honour of being able to perform there, was on at lunch time Saturday. It was so rad! 😁. I really wanted to listen in on all the talks and debates but didn't manage to get much in being involved stage side. Was a really cool expo and hoping to be involved in the Cape Town expo early next year 🤘
  7. Holy crap, that's a long time 😅. Will the difference really be worth so much extra time?
  8. The only seeds I've bought happen to be the last seeds I bought. Auto Cheese from The Bean Bank Not sure what to expect, will throw them in some soil come December!
  9. Welcome 😁. This forum has been the savior of my plants, definitely wouldn't have done well without the help of some great people here. 35w light does seem very little, I can't imagine it doing much after the seedling stage. Share some pics and maybe start a grow diary so we can follow along 🙌🏼
  10. I see Biltong & Budz releasing their "own" line of genetics coming from Europe. Seeds are cheap, and some common names on their list. Would be interested to see how they grow, hoping someone on this forum picks some up and gives them a good testing 😂
  11. @Adansonia digitata, this is actually such a great idea! I like this one!
  12. Thanks for the info! I think I need to get myself a little measuring jug/tub thingy 😂.
  13. So this may seem like a bit of a silly question, but I'm interested in the responses. How do you guys measure out your nutes for feeding? A syringe works great until the bottle starts running low. Also anything over 10ml requires multiple syringe fulls. Interested in what methods are used 😅
  14. Happy Friday mense! Some good OLD PHFat. Oh and of course some Parow.
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