Yeah it’s an awesome technique, I got some good results on my first grow with it, especially considering I’m still a newbie. Gets a bit crowded with 3 plants, but that’s where defoliation comes in handy to help with airflow and overlapping leaves.
Yeah, it truly is I wanted to try their Earth Dust too, saw some absolutely beautiful grows that MeEasy pulled off with them.
I had read that the ES cuts a bit of the grow time, but it’s my first light so I have nothing to compare it to really. Overall, very happy with the lights though, plants get full of trichomes, so they’re surely doing their job well
First grow 82 - took a long vacation from 1987 until 2005, been growing again with all of the new tech for 2 years
Soil grower - Happy-Ocean-Coco loco mix all by FoxFarms
I am a transplanter so no feeding until flower - during flower I use Mother Earth 2-4-4 and Alaska Bloom 0-10-10. Cal/Mag and molasses as needed.
Indoor grow in a not quite 4x4 tent with HLG 350R and HLG UVA
Photos as I like to control stuff
Training methods: LST, topping, quad and mainlines & SCROG
Unapproved training methods: Splitting the main after topping, tearing off nodes from tying down too much and breaking stems when supercropping
At harvest, I do a full bud wash and dry/cure and cure in Grove bags.
Here is my latest - Acapulco Gold from Seedsman
“Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my mind the most…” (ozzy)
Tupac made “Thug Life” famous. A bunch of us Banana Slugs ran in the opposite direction.
Grow op is called THUNDERDOME. Fitting, considering the neglect,arid,and cut-throat ambience Can…you…dig…it!!
Started indoor. Approximately 2002. DWC and Hydro. Then coco. Then soil. Did the HID lights. 400,600,1K. Did the synthetic nute thing.
Learned how to clone. Tried out mainlining. Bred and made seeds.
Got a house. Outdoor only. Experimented with Super-Soil, and several different soil vendors. Stuck right now with Recipe 420 I bought years ago.(4)
Evolved to living soil. Dry nutes for me now. Cover crops during the grow, Cover crops in off-season. Seldom tea making, maybe once a season or twice. I primarily use Build A Soil products. Coconut water and Aloe Vera Flakes diluted in H20 weekly. I still make my own compost and fertilize it in the off-season.
Started with manual watering. Then evolved into rain bird irrigation system. Game changer for me.
Started with plastic pots. Moved to grow bags. 25g seems to be the perfect size for me now. I have a fence and nosy neighbors,so my fingers are crossed
Been reading and doing research on other sites back to '04. Even an old OVERGROW.com member (shout-out to anyone who was also!)
Buying seeds is an addiction. I had to curb that habit.
Been on the site since 2019. Everyone here is nice and passionate about our shared hobby.
Shout-out to all my fellow Veterans on this site.