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  1. Have you tried using rigid duct elbows?
  2. My New Garden

    Manicuring the buds first and then using the rack dries them faster, which can actually make them smoke slightly less smooth. In my opinion drying by hanging them upside down still attached to the branches gives the best results. The slower you can dry them without getting mold/mildew gives the smoothest smoke. I suppose a person could argue that hanging the full plant still on the main trunk may be even better - I would not personally know, as I have never tried, but it wouldn't surprise me. Me personally... I am willing to perhaps sacrifice a small amount of smoothness and get the mess consolidated and curing sooner, in the mason jars. As far as density, I think that's far more affected by factors during the grow cycle. Unless you are not gentle with the buds, it shouldn't make much difference.
  3. My New Garden

    Nice! I failed to plan ahead and found myself in bit of a rush, so ordering online wasn't a good option for me. The only advantages I see to mine are that the shelves are removable in pairs. I can use 2, 4, or all 6 at a time. Also it has adjustable straps through the center so it doesn't sink in the middle from the weight of the all buds placed on it.
  4. My New Garden

    I got mine at a local grow shop, for like $45. They also had another one that was 2ft wide with 8 "shelves" for about $10 less.
  5. My New Garden

    Sorry I kinda haven't posted on this in a while, things have been hectic lately. Anyhow, I finished chopping them down this weekend. 3 full jars are already curing, plus this. The drying rack is 3ft wide...
  6. Water Cure

    I have never tried water curing either, and my worrisome self would worry about getting them dry fast enough. I have seen and smoked water cured buds however. They look sort of strange due to the lack of green color. A lot of the chlorophyll gets rinsed out with all the water changes. Sounds like a particularly good idea if planning to make oil using that material
  7. Just wondering...

    You can put them outside now if you want. The only concern is the possibility of a late freeze overnight which sometimes occurs before memorial day... Which *can* of course decimate every plant overnight.
  8. Whats Your Nutrient Recipe?

    Looks like your soil may be just a bit acidic, but if you aren't seeing any negative effects, keep doing what you are doing. Especially if they are outdoors. If you can water straight from the hose and get away with it.... Awesome!
  9. My New Garden

    End of day 30...
  10. my first grow log, please advise LST

    Prune what you must to in order to not give moisture a place to hide, and to maintain good airflow through the plants. I really can't stress enough how important it is to have lots of airflow. There are some people who will want to try to argue about this, but we live in the Pacific Northwest and, in this climate, you put your plants at an exponentially increased risk of contracting powdery mildew and/or botrytis (bud rot) if you don't keep things thinned out a bit. If you lived in a drier climate, you could more easily get away without doing so. I would personally never spray ANYTHING once buds have formed, unless I absolutely had to ....and I would be very careful about what product I chose to use. Remember - anything you get on those buds is also going to end up in your pipe/bong/joint/vape/etc. Many products are systemic and they will get into your bud via the roots, leaves, etc. Also, don't let the word "organic" make you believe anything is safe. Many of the most toxic substances on Earth are organic. That said, I am not very familiar with Azamax and cannot advise anyone about it. Edit: Added content
  11. Slow Seedling Growth

    Epsom salt is cheap and you pretty much can't overdose the plants with it. Use it in small amounts throughout the entire cycle.
  12. Whats Your Nutrient Recipe?

    Yep! And you can dilute the tea ...or just use it full strength and water over it again with plain water. Organics are nice and forgiving like that. Gives you more leeway.
  13. My No-Till Garden ~

    Lookin' good!
  14. My New Garden

    A few new pics. Day 20. The first two are tiny clones I am going to flower out just to see what happens. Not the heathiest specimens for sure.
  15. Anyhow, back to Redmud's show... @ Redmud: Sorry I wasn't trying to hijack your thread.