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ThatBlondGuy101

Member Since 01 Mar 2017
Offline Last Active Today, 04:32 AM

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Looking for opinions on light?

Today, 04:34 AM

Just wondering what anyone thinks of the suitability of this light as a grow light:

 

https://www.bunnings...batten_p4371385

 

I'd only be using it to grow plants for max 10 weeks. (from seed)

 

Any thoughts are appreciated thanks! 


Where to get worms?

Today, 12:35 AM

For composting that is.

I'm looking at starting a worm farm, and am under the impression that you can't use any old worm from the the ground.

So where do you get worms to farm?


Thanks in advance, TBG

Suggestion for photos & newbies

20 June 2017 - 06:09 PM

So it seems that every time someone new joins, including myself, they don't know how to upload photos. What I reckon should happen is when you first join, there's a tutorial thingy for uploading photos via PhotoBucket or whatever.

I think that it would curb the fairly constant stream of people not knowing how to post pictures.

2017 Inaugural Southern Hemisphere Growdown Throwdown Aji Amarillo

01 June 2017 - 07:50 PM

Aji Amarillo is the variety of the Inaugural Growdown Throwdown for the Southern Half of the world!

GROWDOWN BEGINS 21ST JUNE - WINTER SOLISTICE!

No seeds sown before this date are eligible for competition.
All seeds must be from reputable vendors e.g THSC.

Only one plant can count towards your entry.
You must nominate which plant is your entry before first weigh in.
Weigh each harvest, and post picture of pods on scales here.
Pods can be weighed either ripe or unripe.
No Limit to number of weigh ins.
Each contestant's entries will be tallied, and an accumulative scoreboard will be announced every quarter (on the equinox and Solistace)
Whomever has the heaviest total weight of pods in one year's time will be the winner.
Prizes will be sorted out by then.
Also going to be giving out a few small prizes for other categories, TBA. All will be decided before the seeds hit the dirt. (Or peat, vermiculite or whatever you use....)

No cheating - honest competition for honest people!

Good luck and have fun! :party:

Throwdown Idea

30 May 2017 - 03:06 AM

Not sure if its happened yet, but what about a skewer throwdown?

 

You know, kebabs, brochettes, food on sticks pretty much.

 

Just thought I'd put it out there.