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pot production
    #580565 - 03/16/02 02:18 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

i'm interested in geting my own hydro system for personal use only. I've heard that they require a lot of maint. and you have to clean them out every 2 weeks. that seems like a lot of hassle. what system's out there are the most trouble free and user frendly?

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Re: pot production [Re: Scourge]
    #580639 - 03/16/02 04:30 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah: you can get good consistent crops out of it, that'll likely give potent stuff too.
But the #1 criterium for personal use-growing has got to be QUALITY. I find consistently "Organically grown Bud" to be better-flavored than Chemical shit, but generally prefer synthetix so I ain't THAT kind of hippy. (But: avoid stuff like Fish Emulsion & Bat Guano as these often add a less agreeable flavor) But the major difference is wether it is grown in SOIL or HYDRO. Just as backyard tomatoes beat the living shit out of storebought "Waterbombs" I find SOIL superior, even if it's fertilized chemically.

Now I don't grow but have studied & contemplated it thoroughly. I've grown some plants out of foreign seeds just for the fuck of it, but due to having had to pick a low-sun patch this wasn't succesfull in that I got supergrass out of it. But I know several who do, commercially or for their own use.

Last year I visited a friend who immediately whipped out a 1lb shoebox of his fresh crop & tossed a pack of rollingpapers in my general direction. Well: that's one thing someone who'se smoked over 10lbs understands & appreciates! I smelled it. Man! It had a COMPLETELY great odor, totally Incense! I started crumbling a little of the sticky bud but stopped at 1/5gr because he grinned in a Demonic way I last saw before when he gave me a wallopping microdot.
Agood: rolled it & started toking. THE FLAVOR!!! Man: that was the best tasting Grass I've tasted thus far, like 3x as good as his usual, which was good BTW. After the second toke i knew it was gonna be big!
Indeed the Twister swept me up to Oz.
Stoned agin & a little scary too, THAT high!
It was Super!

"Man: you gotta get the Nobel Pot Prize! How'dya do it?" He explained he got rid of the hydro alltogether. He got back to basics. He showed me his Indoor Eden, the new crop was already growing under FLUORESCENT TUBES. (not Sodium: he never used that btw) Gone were all the tubes & the resevoir & all that: Under the tubes stood 4 (2gallon) buckets of supermarket potting soil with 4 plants in it: he used his Hydronutrients as fertilizer.

When I left he gave me like 2oz of it for free, because he already had the cost covered & he's that kind of guy. Would I mind if he wrapped it in a piece of newspaper? SHIT! I wouldn't have minded if he had stuffed it into a sock he had worn for a month!!!!! And all of the Grass was consistently Super in both flavor & high.

The moral of the story: a couple of buckets of household pottingsoil + basic fertilizers can go a long way if you've got good clones/seeds as well!!
Secondary moral: If your friend's grown Super Pot, showering him with praise can have unexpected side-fx !!!

HORROR STORY: A totally clean carpenter i know really loves Seafish. Not with onion rings, but in this HUGE sea aquarium he's built in his livingroom. Now an aquarium needs light, lotsa light, or you don't see a damn thing. So he built that too. After some months had passed, his doorbell rang. Four pigs. Searchwarrant. "We've come to inspect your house because 22 38W fluorescent tubes that're on for most of the day only means one thing to us..." (this is in HOLLAND people!!!) Well: they couldn't touch him ofcourse, but MAN...

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