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  1. Chad.Westport

    Overnight death! Please help

    I would find what the natural humidity levels are in there without it running. With a proper exhaust fan, there may not be a need for the dehumidifier right now. Keep it simple when possible.
  2. Chad.Westport

    Nodes should I worry that there not stacking evenly anymore...

    When it happens from seed or after a bit of space as you describe, it's simply how the plant has grown / stretched. It won't reduce yields or invite disease or anything bad.
  3. Chad.Westport

    Y'all think I could use snow like rainwater...

    Make sure you bring it to room temperature before feeding it to the plants.
  4. Chad.Westport

    Nodes should I worry that there not stacking evenly anymore...

    Thats fine, its pretty much how every clone looks. No harm, no foul. When it happens from seed or after a bit of space as you describe, it's simply how the plant has grown / stretched. It won't reduce yields or invite disease or anything bad.
  5. Chad.Westport

    Overnight death! Please help

    Definitely don't have it blowing on the plants. You'll also want a high humidity environment for the clones. Is it possible to move them elsewhere and place a humidity dome over them? If you can exhaust the dehumidifier out of one of the tent ports, that would be ideal.
  6. Chad.Westport

    Help please! First time grow. Bag seeds so just experimenting

    I use a few of the Spider Farmer 1000 lights as well. They work great in a 2x2 tent, you are using a much larger space though. My favorite fan is the AC Infinity Cloudline Series. I use the T4 and the T6 fans. Hands down, the best you will find. You'll also want a regular room fan in the tent to...
  7. Chad.Westport

    How about this baby for a 2x4 would it dominate???

    That will be a decent amount for that space. Do be sure it has a dimmer on it so that you can make adjustments for plant stage and also available headroom later in flower.
  8. Chad.Westport

    Hard wiring a LCB light control board 12 plug on timer and 12 plug live

    I think you would need to know wattage, amps and voltage of the two devices before knowing if they are compatible / safe.
  9. Chad.Westport

    How about this baby for a 2x4 would it dominate???

    You'll get a better footprint with the first like most likely. I'm not familiar with that brand, which makes me hesitant. There are many other options around the same price that have a track record and testimonials from growers over the years. Mars Hydro, Viparspectra and Spider Farmer are...
  10. Chad.Westport

    Help please! First time grow. Bag seeds so just experimenting

    They look healthy, good job. This is very similar to my first grow as well. You can look at this two ways, the first being that of experience. You won't get a large harvest, but you will gain confidence in the process so that you might invest more into equipment in th future if you find that...
  11. Chad.Westport

    I'm looking for a tarp to cover my plants.

    What shape is your frame? Makes little difference for tarp size, but will make a big difference in your ease of use. Are you trying to give it a shade cloth or a light dep. black out tarp? Anything you need, the greenhouse / Agricultural community already have. Look to them for proper products.
  12. Chad.Westport

    Flower temperature and leaf color

    Sometimes you can make an educated guess from the plants lineage, but mainly it is just trying it. Ideally you have at least one strain that you know will do this. Then, when you try and repeat the process, if your control plant turns purple but your new plant doesn't, you know it likely isn't...
  13. Chad.Westport

    Overnight death! Please help

    Definitely, grab some clones if you can just incase.
  14. Chad.Westport

    Help wanted...what is this?

    Do you do any foliar applications?
  15. Chad.Westport

    Overnight death! Please help

    The plant might be drowning right now with the additional watering. Cold temps reduce uptake through the roots. Your clone likely didn't have a big root system. The back to back stresses have taken the toll. I would try and move it to a very warm and well lit area to see if you can get some...
  16. Chad.Westport

    Flower temperature and leaf color

    That looks like a normal fade for a plant as it uses its last remaining nutrients. Colder temps can cause the leaves to get a purple fade like your plants, but it needs to be genetically within the plant if it is going to be a beneficial technique to lower night time temps or not. Your setting...
  17. Chad.Westport

    High Science - What the Brix! - An explainer of Brix & soil health

    Wazzup THC farmers!? I've been hearing the term Brix tossed around a lot lately on podcasts, so I wanted to shed some light on what Brix values really are and what, if anything, they mean in Cannabis. I hope you enjoy, I'm always happy to answer any questions if you have them. For many...
  18. Chad.Westport

    USDA Final Rule on Hemp dissected

    I saw this video today and thought that it might apply to a lot of the seed sellers and what not. If anyone is growing Hemp for CBD, this is a big game changer with changes to the amount of THC present in the Hemp and what would happen if the test was hot. This guy does a great breakdown of the...
  19. Chad.Westport

    High Science - Drought stress for better yields?

    Just got to watch your EC flucuation with dry back methods. Done right, they can be very effective.
  20. Chad.Westport

    High Science - Drought stress for better yields?

    Hek yeah man, you totally get it. That would have been a rad experience out on that farm. Thanks for sharing that Kanzeon :)
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