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OfflineSean Thomas
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hydra-pod and rye-z-morph bags
    #1190750 - 01/04/03 06:52 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

anyone try these? ive been dissapointed previously by the basic homegrown method and these products sound really promising- http://www.micronmagick.com/index.cfm?fuseAction=catalog.Catalog&categoryID=7
and http://www.micronmagick.com/index.cfm?fuseAction=catalog.Catalog&categoryID=9

Should i get these? if not any suggestions to a fool-proof grow kit?
also what are the diffrences in the bags? which bags are for which strain etc.
any help would be greatly apprciated thanks...sean


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Re: hydra-pod and rye-z-morph bags [Re: Sean Thomas]
    #1190776 - 01/04/03 07:09 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I've heard bad things about getting any substrate in a bag and innoculating it. The hydra pod on the other hand is great from what I've heard.

I would get the presterilized substrate in the jars from micronmagic though, that looks good.


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Re: hydra-pod and rye-z-morph bags [Re: Sean Thomas]
    #1190796 - 01/04/03 07:18 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

whats wrong with the bags? and in order for me to get the shits started im gona have to use the canning things? cause i want to avoid that cause they got infected last time and i dont want to waste anymore money


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Re: hydra-pod and rye-z-morph bags [Re: Sean Thomas]
    #1190944 - 01/04/03 08:41 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

could i atleast start them with the bags and then when all the substrate in the bag is devoloped transport it to the hydra pod?


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