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My massive indoor garden
    #4349042 - 06/29/05 02:22 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Ever since I ditched the worthless dual fluros and purchased a 1000W MH light my plants grow like crazy. No more streching yah!! I have only had the light for less than one month and the plant growth has been more rapid in this less than one month period that what has grown in 3 months. That is how important a mh or hps light is compared to a weak fluro setup. Sorry I didn't take a whole pic of the entire garden but I got lazy. I am going to move some of these outside soon and stick to just using the inside garden as mainly a cloning/starting center with the exception of special plants I really like.









Your garden kicks butt
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dood gardens are lame


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4349087 - 06/29/05 02:35 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

KoOl........ what plants are those? Salvia..ferns & cactus?  :loveeyes:


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: PriitK]
    #4349185 - 06/29/05 02:58 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Saliva's for the big ones, that one is psychotria virdis and those are pedros in the back. That fern looking thing is really a flower plant that makes purple flowers.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4349226 - 06/29/05 03:06 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Towards the back in the Ps. viridis picture, is that an acacia?


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: BorgFace]
    #4349258 - 06/29/05 03:18 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

It's a datura intoxica I believe.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4349473 - 06/29/05 04:40 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

kewl garden.
i wonder what 2 dudes who think that gardens are lame are doing in this forum lol...

if one or both of you is reading this, what number of plants is considered kewl?


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4349480 - 06/29/05 04:41 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

nice garden :thumbup: the salvia looks great

that datura looks like it could be a datura stramonium.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Blu Spore]
    #4349767 - 06/29/05 09:29 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

nice :thumbup:


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Blu Spore]
    #4349903 - 06/29/05 10:52 AM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I agree it looks a lot more stramonium than inoxia. Here are a few I found in a dried out river bed in Fuengirola, Spain, a few days ago:









I collected lots of seed of course.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Young_but_cool]
    #4350093 - 06/29/05 12:18 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Looks like tons of fun!

Happy growing!


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4350134 - 06/29/05 12:34 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

dude like gardens....are like so lame!

I hope you been saving cash for your electric bill. Expect a 60 dollar jump at least.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4350135 - 06/29/05 12:34 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I like!  :smile:

What's with the leaves on the psychotria?
Aren't you overferting or something?


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: esin]
    #4350566 - 06/29/05 02:42 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Yah I gave the viridis a little too much fox farms last time. Lol I just did the fert again and I guess she got some more. A slight discoloration to the leaves isn't that big of a deal.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4350787 - 06/29/05 03:42 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I was talking about the curliness not the discoloration.

Mine are also slightly discolored at the tips, which i think is normal in dry climates, but they aren't curly like yours.

They're just saplings tho, might get different when they grow...


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4350852 - 06/29/05 04:02 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Yah I don't know what is up with the curls. They start off all super wrinkly like that, then they smooth out. But they still are rippled none the less. Maybe it is humidity since it is only ~50% here. I really don't know why. It sure likes light though, and the heavy ferts. I found that water cloning an offshoot works well so far. Haven't tried the leave cone method as the leaves are pretty small.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4351324 - 06/29/05 05:50 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I've found that low humidity can make viridis put out some really nasty, crumpled growth. I'm spraying mine with water a few times every day now, and it seems to be going better. It is also growing faster, but that might just be due to the better weather... I might try giving it some general purpose ferts as well.

Nice plants though, the salvia looks very healthy. I love those dark, glossy leaves, they look like green velvet!


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Openminded]
    #4351498 - 06/29/05 06:33 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Ok maybe I will try misting with a weak hydro solution at night on the virdis. I used to have a whole humidity tent around the plants but since the introduction of the metal halide bulb that is a big no no. If water droplets hit the bulb while it is on it can explode. I am cool off explosions of large glass bulbs. The plant doesn't seem to mind that bad about the 45% humidity about. Also it is getting super hot ~90 degrees this year where the plants are. Luckily this isn't one of those ~100 peaking years. The plant I got was super nice from this lady off ebay. Huge root system and it would take a lot to kill the plant. Once anyplant is largely developed they don't really seem to care about humidity or tempature as bad.


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Fluxburn]
    #4351627 - 06/29/05 07:00 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

i see catnip


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Re: My massive indoor garden [Re: Mitchnast]
    #4351898 - 06/29/05 08:11 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I was about to say the same thing. I have plenty of catnip plants outside my house. I have been drinking catnip tea and I find it to be relaxing and mildly psychoactive (tell me it's a placebo effect, I hear it all the time) Regardless if it is only a placebo effect, It still tastes good so I will continue drinking it. I wonder how hydroponic catnip would work out?


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