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  1. GG's Adventures in LED

    DTW is nothing more than watering and letting the runoff go to drain. Fancy pants TLA (Three Letter Acronym) for just watering until runoff. Lol Oh.. So do you make a hole in the "pool" and attach a hose or something to drain it?
  2. GG's Adventures in LED

    I use LED's myself, this will be fun to watch, I do LST/SCROG. DTW will be new to me.
  3. TW lazy grow journal, lol multiple strains~!

    I'd like to see you do a Lush Led grow. Have you ever thought about trying LED's?
  4. There sure is some current content here. Thanks once again for all you do Granny Storm Crow.
  5. My No-Till Garden ~

    You can use Oxidate of to the day of harvest.
  6. My No-Till Garden ~

    Were you able to knock them down?
  7. Pacific Crest Gardens LLC ~

    Do you know the NPK values?
  8. RIP Chakotay

    Thank you for sharing Chakotay's life with us. I'm sorry for your families loss.
  9. Showcasing Lush Lighting LED Grown Buds!

    @Lush Led Lighting. Do you guys use Low Stress training to keep the canopy so even, or is it trimming? I am always amazed at how |high| you keep the lights above the plants,
  10. Just wondering...

    I put mine out May 5th. I'm in the PDX area. I have no problems. Hope this helps.
  11. Its seems like the OLCC wants to monopolize the Cancer industry, Funny how they are allowing liqueur.One of the most flammable and easily acquired of all the solvents.
  12. I want to go to a feed store tomorrow, If there was one thing I should get for my mulch pile, what would it be?
  13. Oregon Organic Elites

    Nice job Popeye! I cant wait to see some of the finished plants,
  14. They've been outside in the rain for 10 years here, I think they should be clean of salt. Do you think I should scrub them first? And what about that big ole dog bone I had in the yard? lol
  15. Sea shells are made up almost entirely of calcium carbonate. I never thought of using them as mulch but since you mention it, I think that might be a good idea. The only issue I could see is that if was too finely powdered, it could make your soil too alkaline. The larger pieces won't break down very fast. I went clamming out at Garibaldi a few years ago, and brought home a big bucket full of shells. I think I'm gonna go again this summer just so I can use the shells as mulch. I made a mean clam chowder from scratch too. Yeah, I'm definitely doing that again this summer. I found this article: http://homeguides.sfgate.com/use-crushed-shells-mulch-26623.html I crushed up two a couple small ones and put on two yards of a mulch pile. I know that should not be enough to hurt them? I'll add a few of the "whole" ones. Thanks Flyin