1. I was so close to giving up on that dryer duct. After a couple hours my hands were all cut to hell and I was pulling out like a tablespoon of lent every 3 minutes. Tedious hellish work. It was about 8 foot of the 12 foot vertical duct was packed with lint.

  2. When you are sitting back, looking at a few ounces of your own stuff, you will know deep down inside that it was soooooo worth it. Wishing you the very best!

  3. Whoever grew that marijuana in the background is going to have problems with trimming. 🤡

  4. Imagine being the guy who has to climb up and check those trichomes. You would be completely covered in the finger hash.

  5. They should look into how much more it's costing them for that same crop. I bet head grower is running a literal hothouse.

  6. I would love an explanation of the process if you don’t mind

  7. "During a typical year of research and development, roughly 20% of the seeds created at Archive Seed Bank are fully tested, evaluated, and released. The other 80% are grown internally at Archive but enjoyed only by the breeder himself. They have not been made available to the public, as they are not as thoroughly vetted for release due to a lack of available space and time in other breeding projects."

  8. I keep 3 tents in an uninsulated attic. All 3 tents are insulated and the intake air is ducted from within the house. Outside the tents, I have measured both 10 degrees (winter) and 110 degrees (summer), but inside the tents stays at a consistent 65-75 degrees year round.

  9. It's only meant for the last 4 weeks of flower, but it can be used with other bloom nutrients.

  10. Thank you! I'm not sure what kind of valve you mean, but I'll look into that. I thought the same way you did, that this was a special attachment, rather than a universal one (but I'm not up on this type of bulk packaging).

  11. It's just a plastic valve that screws into that threaded hole. That way, you can just fill up a small container when needed. Saves a lot of lifting.

  12. I would definitely keep going. You might not get any, but if even just one or two pop, it will be worth it. Funny thing about those old hand me down bag seeds is, you never quite know what you might get. I scored a couple of skunky plants out of some once, and they were a lot of fun to grow and observe. Best of luck with the rest of them 🤞

  13. I didn’t even think of that. Besides a trim bin what’s the best route, a screen? I’m not trying to drop 60 bucks on that

  14. Anytime buddy. That sanding screen will grab and hold your keif, and what you do get could have grit in it as well.

  15. I had one of those back in the day, and it started my hate of digitals. Best advice is to just keep it simple, and get mechanical timers. No muss, no fuss, and much more reliable.

  16. Yeah right there with you on the hate. This thing is making me pull my hair out. Thanks for the advice.

  17. Some do and some don't, but if you observe daylight savings time in your tent, it's a simple turn of the dial v/s reprogramming and keeping fingers crossed.

  18. Well my dog just ate half of it and 4 others… Second time she’s done this and it’s my first grow.

  19. It happens buddy, and it's pretty common. On your next ones, try putting something like chicken wire around the inside of the rim of your pots.

  20. Wait, you want lighting or lightning advice?

  21. Depends on what you are looking for and what version of it you would like to grow. Most come in regular, feminized, and auto these days, but the quality of each varies across the different vendors. One may have the better genetics, whereas another could be known for the quality of their autos.

  22. If you are looking for specifics, classics, certain breeders, or even want to check out a few of the lesser known breeders trying to get out there, you can also try here.

  23. A lot of these "master growers" are only two or three grows in. They managed to find a method that they didn't fuck up, and if you don't do things their way, then your grows are simply shit.

  24. You don't need a meter. It simply sounds like the buds dried out too quickly from low humidity. You gotta adjust your drying environment to slow the process down just a little.

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