House & Garden Nutes., Under Current Systems, 30,000 Watts, 10 Tons of A/C, Co2

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budbrothers

Right on! Thanks!
These girls are huge... The pics don't do them justice... The lids are buckling hard... I hope they don't get any worse...:sweating
you can get some steel rods and slide then under the lids on both sides of the net pot to support them. hope this helps.
 
Ben Derdundat

Ben Derdundat

Thanks for all the compliments and suggestions every one. I really do appreciate it. bd:happy:yes


You have the sickest setup I have ever laid eyes on how much is the electric bill a month???damn
Thanks!
More then I care to admit...:cash:cash:cash:cash:cash


this is what happens when work ur BALLS off
damn props x 10000000
this is how its done.........damn

its like a supermodel in playboy
Right on Dago. Thanks man!:passingjoint:


B D your gonna end up in the bottom of those buckets.
Get some strong dowl and cross em one on each side,bothways ,rest em on outter the rim should be good to go.
and wow I am impressed!GL.
There is no way I would be able to get any sort of bracing under the lid of the buckets with out damaging the root mass of these plants. The roots have all grown together in the pipes.

Today when I went in this room, the lids that I posted pictures of were actually sitting on top of the plants root mass. The plants are supporting their selves... I wouldn't belive it if i hadnt seen it my self. Truly amazing...:rock


Those must not be the Heavy Harvest 1/4" thick lids.........better hit up CC to get those out for your next run.

They sent out the standard non-Heavy Duty lids on some of the first 13's that went out....its obvious why they made the Heavy Duty ones.
Yeah I'm defiantly going to need to get some Heavy hitter lids, that's for sure....:D


Very nice. Room is very clean. Wow.
Do you raise and lower the lights? Or did they stay up the entire time?
In ll the pics I see the lights way up.

Thanks for sharing.
Thanks!
Yes, I raise the light as the plants grow. They are on a pulley system. I have them raised to take pictures.
 
JACKMAYOFFER

JACKMAYOFFER

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The lids will be fine I had the same issue and they made it through. The new lids are solid...:character0035:
 
persiankid

persiankid

Ben I just re-read all 28 pages and feel like I absorbed a ton more information. Thank you so much for sharing your results it really helps when noobs like me are trying to get set up. I was trying to see if you had posted where to get the winch portion of your light adjusting system, but I wasn't able to find anything other than just the pictures showing how you had them set up? Thanks again man I really appreciate your thread! It's like having an on-line text book! School is cool again thx to dudes like YOU
 
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Bobby Smith

Cool Coil thermostats?:happy Nice! I'm going to have to give Hydro Innovations a call...:phone-2

Restricting the flow to the cool coils with the ball valves works but, it would be nice to have them fully automated...:character0180:
Ben, thanks so much for your informative reply to my questions regarding chillers - I (stupidly) thought that PG would help the water stay cooler through the use of "magic", or some other such nonsense that was floating in my head.

Regarding my other point of automating them, though, I think you might have missed the point - attaching a Ranco controller with a solenoid (like the one I'm gonna have to hook up to my water-cooled CO2 generator) would allow you to dial in the temps to every reservoir without going through the hassle of trial and error by opening and closing valves.

Again, not trying to overstep my bounds and give you pointers because I really can't even hold your jock strap, but I'm pretty sure that idea would work great.

The attached solenoid wass about $30 off of eBay - needs to be wired to a plug (another $5), but even my incompetent ass can do that.

Plants look fucking amazing.
 
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lsdn420

Cool Coil thermostats?:happy Nice! I'm going to have to give Hydro Innovations a call...:phone-2

Restricting the flow to the cool coils with the ball valves works but, it would be nice to have them fully automated...:character0180:

i think that i might be able to assist in getting your setup more fully automated...~I see some helpful gifts in your future~:lipssealed

Oh, and beautiful setup by the way..simply beautiful
 
Ben Derdundat

Ben Derdundat

Ben I just re-read all 28 pages and feel like I absorbed a ton more information. Thank you so much for sharing your results it really helps when noobs like me are trying to get set up. I was trying to see if you had posted where to get the winch portion of your light adjusting system, but I wasn't able to find anything other than just the pictures showing how you had them set up? Thanks again man I really appreciate your thread! It's like having an on-line text book! School is cool again thx to dudes like YOU
Sure, no problem.
I bought the winches from Farmtek.com:bong-hits:


Ben, thanks so much for your informative reply to my questions regarding chillers - I (stupidly) thought that PG would help the water stay cooler through the use of "magic", or some other such nonsense that was floating in my head.

Regarding my other point of automating them, though, I think you might have missed the point - attaching a Ranco controller with a solenoid (like the one I'm gonna have to hook up to my water-cooled CO2 generator) would allow you to dial in the temps to every reservoir without going through the hassle of trial and error by opening and closing valves.

Again, not trying to overstep my bounds and give you pointers because I really can't even hold your jock strap, but I'm pretty sure that idea would work great.

The attached solenoid wass about $30 off of eBay - needs to be wired to a plug (another $5), but even my incompetent ass can do that.

Plants look fucking amazing.
Thanks.
Don't worry about overstepping you boundaries with me. I welcome suggestions and theories. As for missing your point, this was not the case in fact. Your suggestion is pretty straight forward... Install an electric solenoid shutoff valve controlled by a thermostat... I got it... I was just explaining how I am able to individually control each Cool Coil with the equipment I already have installed. With that being said I have been in contact with Hydro Innovations and they have designed a device similar to what you described that should be available in the next few weeks to come... I should have them installed by my next run. bd:cool0010:

i think that i might be able to assist in getting your setup more fully automated...~I see some helpful gifts in your future~:lipssealed

Oh, and beautiful setup by the way..simply beautiful
HaHaHa! Thanks!
I wish I had a crystal ball...:character0004:
 
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amstercal

Hey, Ben. Where do you get your genetics? Obviously you've had the OG a while, but any chance you got the others from a local club? I don't suppose you ever leave cuttings at a club? Would love to have some of what you got!!!
 
Ben Derdundat

Ben Derdundat

I only get my genetics from a trusted reputable source... Clubs transfer to many pest and diseases...
:sick0026::sick0018:
 
Ben Derdundat

Ben Derdundat

UPDATE: Nearing The End

Plants are looking good. Starting to finish up nicely. More then likely will start flushing in the next few days...:rock Then the fun begins... :harvest::harvest::harvest:


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