Fun and Games in Colorado

This bag of coco is more than double

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It is! That’s why I made the trip to the hydro store lol shipping is a mofo too!

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I got coco bricks locally for $13.98 OTD yesterday.

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I need more likes!!!

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The store had a great stock of nutrient lines and soils, coco, hydro supplies etc but not one LED light fixture: everything was fluorescent or MH/HPS.

That’s only the one shop I went to and I see there are over a dozen in the 'Springs.

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Good to see things getting semi normal there. I will be following for sure. You are doing all autos right :rofl:

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DT, maybe Acapulco Gold, maybe Manatuska, maybe White Widow: I just don’t know.

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LOL, I hear you. Sounds like you need to do at least 4 :grin:

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Autopots ordered, air domes ordered. Dimensional lumber stacked in the garage. I need to pick up styrofoam but will get it when I’m ready to use it.

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DT/C99, GDP, Bubblegum

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And it has begun!

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Thats a nice space! Im watching to learn. Im going to be growing DT/C99 and GDP as well for my next grow

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Cool, a few more days and you will be back to growing :+1:

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Turns out the top of the water heater is 78F: perfect for seed germination. Going to clear the space and organize/shelve boxes so I can work up against the back wall. That will back the grow ‘room’ up against insulated concrete and gives me 12 feet that I can build out from. I’m gonna stay at or under 4 X 8 and just run 3.

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All three seeds showed tails; into Solo cups of Promix HP under a blurple (Meizhi) 150 watt light on 24/0. I was pleased to see the temp in my starter box holding between 77 and 78F which is about perfect for the starts.

I’ll put up some pics once they actually poke their heads out.

Boring.

I have all of the framing components for my new grow space, installed some shelving and got a bunch of crap up off the floor. I need to pick up some 3" screws and 6 sheets of styrofoam along with lots of miscellaneous crap which never seems to end.

I’d like to build some kind of distribution panel tied to mechanical timers to help safely provide all of the electrical demand. Also need to order a 6" Infinity fan and a good charcoal filter before the end of the year.

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Parking these on my journal.

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Good videos, for sure. I have these in my library as well :+1: :tumbler_glass: :v:

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