How To Setup Your Environment In a Perpetual Autoflower Grow

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  1. I have a perpetual 6×6 I have been running for 3 years I have clone/seedling area above my flower area on shelves. I am curious to know if there is any non cannabis plant or plants I can put in my area to either keep bugs mainly gnats away or help concentrate them on the non cannabis plant or plants.

  2. Just want to tell you guys that Scotty has a great idea of 82 degrees being the ideal temperature for a grow. I have tried many temps and humidities and based on my tests it doesn’t matter the humidity but as long as you keep the grow temp at 80-82 degrees my plants and that’s all plants; perform very well. Thanks

  3. That dude speaks knowledge! I have almost the exact style & set up, just a different nutrient line. 10 gallon bags, water every 4 days, 10 day veg from transplant to flower & add that Narley Barley from Build a Soil. #Happygrowing

  4. Dude U gotta scuff the sk8 board back in the day so you slide evenly and don't slide straight off the pole and stack hardcore 🤘😁 you guys rock cheers 🔥💨💨💨

  5. ya most guys i see where micromoles,co2 isnt a limiting factor,plants seem to take it cus such fast growth cuz environment,but,im sure ya dont need that high ec,and can get same end product at much lower,but ive been shocked when i hear guys with the right cultivars,can really ramp shit up with 0 tip burn

  6. Bruce Bugby after decades of research for hemp production and food production for NASA considers a mix of 50% peat and 50% perlite the best. He mentions coco and says its good but he wants the premium mix and that means peat, perlite, and 40 grams of dolimitic lime and 10 grams of gypsom per cubic foot. The ph will be close to right on. and have calcium and magnesium and plenty of silica from the perlite.

  7. I normally feed my girls around 1200 ppm on the Amazon Scale. 🙂 Yep that's right I have no idea what you guys are talking about the 500 / 700 scale???? What's that and how can i tell witch my "Amazon bought" scale reads??? I am grateful for any help?!?!?!

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