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Old 04-11-2013, 02:15 AM
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I started these 10 seedlings from 10 seeds from an MNS auction win pack. They all came up within 12 hours of each other. Transplanted at 2 wks to the tub (5o L/10gal) here shown at 3 wks.
Medium: promix with mychorizae, feeding just started organic tea.
Lighting veg: window and flourescent.Light flower:1000w hps
intended veg period: 8wks
5 in each tub, expect about 2-3 males per tub to be pulled , but time will tell.
These seedlings are very uniform in height, some distinct leaf shapes already showing. One extreme fat leaf type in middle of one tub and thin leaf type in middle of other tub .Just for fun
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:16 PM
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It looks like you've got your hands full!
MKS x10
Dreamtime x 4
NHS x ?

Plus your own seeds and now the CBD#3 !

Give me a call if you need help burning some of that!
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:03 PM
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hi stonesplitter;
those sprouts sure look like they're keen to get green!
I love skunky smells and oily smoke...hope you get stuck with a real heavy duty water-your-eyes-up-like-you-were-chopping-an-onion!
They tend to have such a complicated sweetnesses
p.s.I won some skunkhaze beans of my own in the auctions...would it be o.k. with you if I mooched for space on your thread or should I start my own?
(bye for now,gosh whatta beatiful day outside today,eh?)J.
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:54 PM
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Thanks for joining in, yes quite a selection of MNS going now. Only this thread and one on the 4 NHS so far and the CBD3 will be coming within a month. Starting seeds for outdoor as well now..have to keep up on acclimatization
Tapioca feel free to post here but you might want to do your own thread if you're gonna run a few, nice to see different methods. Mine are simple but work for me!

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Old 04-26-2013, 05:29 PM
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i like the tub!!

Do you usually grow in this type of set up?

Im about to flower some SSH and will be growing two per 18 gal tote. I cannot wait. I usually keep my containers small but i feel like Ive been stressing them so im going to give it a shot in a much larger container.
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:12 PM
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Gambler, Highly recommend it. I worked my way up in size over the years. THe big tubs require less watering and give tons of room for roots. two or one plant per tub gives huge results. YOu will lose some time after transplanting to them as the roots go nuts. I usually germinate right in the tubs as this will always give the best result in the end. Transplanting is a shock even though a good one in most cases... THe other thing with the square tubs is they fit tightly together and have handles which make them easy to move.. Good luck!
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:11 PM
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eye opening ideas with the tubs friend!

how are the little ones doing?

any chance of a peek or a smell?
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Old 05-21-2013, 12:21 AM
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Thanks for asking Toolwrenchus ! Just got back from a 2 week trip and they have vegged just fine while away. I'll upload pics within a day or two. On the smells, they are stinkier than most seedlings and I expect they will make quite a smell when they get into flowering.
Yes the real beauty of the tubs is that they can be left for 2 weeks with no fear of drying out.
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Old 05-24-2013, 11:52 PM
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Hey Stonesplitter. That's a killer idea. It never would have occurred to me to grow in tubs. I can't believe you can leave for 2 weeks and not have to water. What about drainage issues and fungus? I will be super interested to follow your post. BTW, I can't remember where I saw your photo of that sweet back stairway or mini porch or whatever it was you built but dude... you have some serious stone splitting/setting skills. Let me know if you ever feel like getting out to the beaches and the ocean for a little tuna or lobster fishing. I think we could probably work out a deal...
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:24 AM
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I love the idea of tubs. I was thinking about a Hempy style pit grow. Good luck with the babies. I am interested in the SH.
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