Grow tent under construction...finally

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In Canada, where it was recently legalized. So, I'll be curious to know how that report goes.
Ahhh, never knew Mayne was up there... thought it was just Red Squirrel playing with himself there.
 

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Wow what a complicated plant, sounds like aliens engineered it inbetween constructing pyramids.

And it’s s fruit? Interesting...

It's called weed because it grows just like a weed. As in you don't have to do anything for it to grow. However, to get a quality product it is not simple.

I was just laughing at the idea of planting marijuana in tiny growpot for herbs


as to op, yeah, bad idea to share a room with that.
 

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In Canada, where it was recently legalized. So, I'll be curious to know how that report goes.
Except there is no legal source for seed nor seedling yet so what Mayne is doing is not legal.
 
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Except there is no legal source for seed nor seedling yet so what Mayne is doing is not legal.
Then I'll be all the more curious to hear how they respond to the report :D
 

Mayne

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I still have my seedlings growing in some rockwool cubes. Hopefully everything is up and operational this weekend. Ctbaars, this isn't my first rodeo.
 

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Hell, I had the cops bust down my bedroom door less than a year ago with my big tent up and 9 plants growing and a pound or so of weed hanging in my closet drying. lol

they said they would come back and fix the door...that never happened :(
 
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I remember that one, it was impressive.

TBH if it was not for the whole legality part it would be awesome to run something like that, just from the technical standpoint. Like designing the HVAC and electrical distribution and all that stuff. Some grow ops are better organized than my work place when it comes to that sort of thing.
 
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You do know the feds have an agent on these forums...…...just a warning....
 

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I remember that one, it was impressive.

TBH if it was not for the whole legality part it would be awesome to run something like that, just from the technical standpoint. Like designing the HVAC and electrical distribution and all that stuff. Some grow ops are better organized than my work place when it comes to that sort of thing.

Err you can apply for a producer licence.
 

Mayne

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I'm growing tomatoes. After having to pay 6 bucks for 2 tomatoes at my grocery store I decided "enough is enough!"
 
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I'm growing tomatoes. After having to pay 6 bucks for 2 tomatoes at my grocery store I decided "enough is enough!"

Err, where are you buying tomatoes? Whole Food?
 
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Err you can apply for a producer licence.
That's probably super involved and very expensive and probably has a ton of requirements. Beyond a hobby at that point. You're only allowed to have so many plants otherwise and not allowed to sell them.
 

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That's probably super involved and very expensive and probably has a ton of requirements. Beyond a hobby at that point. You're only allowed to have so many plants otherwise and not allowed to sell them.

Four plants are plenty for individual use.
 

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That's pretty cool, Mayne. A friend of mine tried growing for a little while. It's a rabbit hole of equipment and methods.

It would be a pretty cool hobby. In my state, you're allowed to have up to six plants per home, or twelve for >2 adults, for personal use. Probably something I'll try once I retire.
 
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Err, where are you buying tomatoes? Whole Food?
He neglected to mention that they are Canadian Bucks ...
I know a Loonie is a canadian dollar. (Coin with a loon)
A Toonie is Two canadian dollars.

I bet in Canada a "buck" is a coin with a picture of some antlers on it. My guess is it's worth about 25 cents American.

:)
 

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He neglected to mention that they are Canadian Bucks ...
I know a Loonie is a canadian dollar. (Coin with a loon)
A Toonie is Two canadian dollars.

I bet in Canada a "buck" is a coin with a picture of some antlers on it. My guess is it's worth about 25 cents American.

:)

<--- Canadian... And I know the general area Mayne lives in.
 
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<--- Canadian... And I know the general area Mayne lives in.
Awww, my bad joke failed hard!

Ehh, I know he's over by Toronto, which is really only an 8ish hour drive from where I am about 50 miles NW of Chicago. I have been in that area before, but only once, and many years ago when we went to see Niagra falls. I remember the CN Tower being awesome, with an obvervation deck even higher than the Sears Tower in Chicago. I also remember being impressed with the Chinatown. I need to go there again with the wife some time.
 
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That's not a grow tent!! This is a grow tent!! If your going to do it....do it right!!
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Ahhh, never knew Mayne was up there... thought it was just Red Squirrel playing with himself there.
lol, you've never seen his rants about how america is the most terrifying place on earth? it is a lawless subtropical metropolis ruled by totalitarian regimes, and every time you step out your front door you might be signing your death warrant as stray bullets whiz by your head.
 

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