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    Preface,
    This is NOT a Grow-Journal. It is a step by step HOW - TO, or a TUTORIAL.
    I hope to share a very detailed tutorial here, with many pics, on growing a pound of dried, closely manicured indica buds in a closet. I will use a store bought BUBBLEPONICS STEALTH HYDRO hydroponic KIT and also use a DIY 5 gallon bucket.
    I hope to explain every little thing I do in easy terms, simplified terms, precise details, with photos, and I am dedicating this thread to all the newbies that really want to learn and do not mind reading.
    If you want to help and contribute, especially the experienced and knowledgeable Bubbleponics, I welcome helpful advice. If I, for example, say HID, and forget to tell what HID means or stands for, or if I say CFL, and fail to tell what the letters CFL stands for, I would very much appreciate a heads up IN A PM OR ON A DIFFERENT THREAD. I welcome help. I do not welcome arguments, or "why don't you just blah, blah, blah".
    Again, I want to say, I am trying to do this for the first time grower, the so-called newbie here. I will try and do everything the SIMPLE way, and NOT the EXPENSIVE High-Tech way a botanist or horticulturalist or a hydroponic scientist does it.
    IN NO WAY AM I STATING THAT I AM DOING IT THE ABSOLUTE BEST WAY. Many more knowledgeable growers are here that know a better way. I'll be showing a grow with CFLs, Compact Fluorescent Lights, but I am not saying that is BEST. I AM saying it is better for the first time grower on a limited budget, who can not afford to handle the HEAT of hotter lights, the EXPENSE OF VENTING, and does not have access to a Hydro store or ordering from the Internet. Everything I show here, you can get from Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Home Depot, Pet Smart, Targets, and the local hardware store.

    When you start an indoor grow, you need to seriously consider three important factors. Well, let me say six.
    First three are LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
    The second are
    PREPARATION, PREPARATION, PREPARATION.
    I've been preparing for weeks. I've done several Grows at friend's and relative's homes, (for a share) and I've also loaned out my equipment more than I should have. Sometimes I get it all back, sometimes, it gets lost in the shuffle.
    I'll start with PREPARATION first. That's what I 'm doing.
    My Dad taught me the best way to examine your "stuff" is to spread it all out where you can see it. So I've gathered it all up, and spread it out so let me show you my closet in our spare bed room, that was really our JUNK room.
    I "ll start with some pics first.
    I'm a collector of additional and bigger bulbs. Last year, I kept tripping a circuit breaker, so this year, I added another line to the closet.

    (Disregard the dates on these pics, I put a new battery in the camera and I forgot to re-set the date)
    Cost me $32 for parts, $20 for the 50 feet of wire, and $12 for the circuit breaker, and the box, to add that line.






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    I cannot emphasize the importance of keeping the grow area clean. I looked at my closet and started cleaning it out and found two spider webs in it!
    You cannot have anything from outside, from outdoors in
    the area of your grow. When I brought my tools in from the garage that I knew I would need, I washed them. The grow area has to be clean!
    Let me make a list here of some of the tools you will need.

    For tools, I will need a hammer, a flat head screw driver, a Phillips head screw driver, needle nose pliers, and a pair of heavy duty scissors or shears.
    Some of the following items listed depend on how large of a grow are you doing.
    My target for this grow is to use two 8 gallon reservoir tanks, and one 5 gallon bucket to yield me at least 16 ounces of dried manicured buds.
    I use 4 Surge Protectors and a wide assortment of extension cords.
    I save all the twisty ties from opening up the pumps and other grow supplies.
    I bought a roll of mylar, a 50 foot roll, 50 inches wide and 2 mm thick, for $29.
    I use 2 or 3 5 gallon buckets.
    I need a trash can or a large trash bag for trash.
    For security and privacy, you want to save all trash from your grow room, and discard it separately. You need to put everything you throw away in a public trash dumpster, and not in your household trash.
    I use chain to hang my lights on, and I buy 25 foot lengths of chain that is very cheap from Wal-Mart.


    You have to have supplies that can be obtained at any Pet Store, Aquarium Department, Hardware Store, Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Targets, or Home Depot.
    A list to consider is
    a Camera, Reflective Material of Mylar or white paint or panda film, or white plastic sheets like they use for garbage bags, 2 sided tape to hang the mylar, a hammer, two screw drivers, flat and Phillips, a box of extra-large thumb tacks, a roll of duct tape, a roll of masking tape, a dozen extra-large twisty ties, large scissors, a black magic marker, small scissors, a razor knife, wire cutters, two clean empty plastic gallon water jugs, a clean quart jar, a large colander, a tea strainer, a straightened wire clothes hanger, a can of pressurized air, a big spoon, needle nose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, a measuring cup, a Tablespoon measuring spoon, clean water, seeds, nutrients, lights, pH UP and Down, reflectors, extension cords, surge protectors, 2 extra 5 gallon buckets, a siphon hose made for aquariums, 24 feet of small cheap chain to hang lights and reflectors from, a large trash can, trash bags, vacuum cleaner, osculating fan, Styrofoam saucers to make lid covers, fishing weights to hold down the air stones,
    sun glasses and a cap to wear so the lights don't blind you, a good Grow Bible (a book), a notebook and ink pen to take notes and make a daily diary journal, pH test strips, or a pH meter, grow cups, rockwool, hydroton balls, water pump, air pump, air stones, 1/4 inch plastic tubing, ODOR CONTROL, at least two osculating fans, a good Pesticide, Large Spray Bottle, and the Reservoir TANKS.
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    There are 100s of Nutrients (nutes) on the market for sale, and they are expensive. They all claim to work miracles, just to get your money.
    All you really need are nutes for two cycles, Bloom Nutes and Veg Nutes, also called Grow Nutes and Flowering nutes.

    I have tried LIQUID KARMA as a supplement or catalyst, and found it made a difference. It is expensive and not absolutely necessary.

    I use cheap, pre-packaged, pre-measured, pre-pH balanced, NO brand named nutes :
    GROW or VEG N-P-K 10-5-14
    CALCIUM 6%, MAGNESIUM 2%, SULPHUR 3%,
    IRON .12%, MANGANESE .05%,
    AND BORON, COPPER, CHLORIDE,
    MOLYBDENUM, AND ZINC .01%


    BLOOM or Flower N-P-K 5-15-14
    (NOTE A VERY SMALL AMOUNT OF NITROGEN IS STILL IN THERE)
    CALCIUM 5%, MAGNESIUM 3.5%,
    SULPHUR 4%, IRON .1%,
    AND BORON, COPPER, CHLORIDE,
    MOLYBDENUM, AND ZINC .01%

    You need to Google and study up on N-P-K definitions and proportions.


    This is the end of the walk-in closet I will use. It is a closet in a spare bed room that we use for a junk room. It is ten feet long and two feet deep.



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    PREPARATION


    I cleaned the closet, washed the walls, and vacuumed the carpet. I sprayed with HOME DEFENSE, an all purpose, "lasts for 12 months" odorless, stainless pesticide, for critters, bugs, eggs, whatever. I just can not emphasis this enough.
    You MUST spray the grow area, to not only kill what is present, but to kill the eggs and prevent future eggs.
    Our Vet recommended HOME DEFENSE PESTICIDE. We have all kinds of animals (dog, cat, bearded dragons, geckos, ferret, 2 birds) that roam the house and our VET told us that Home Defense is very safe AFTER it dries and will not harm our animals.



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    VERY IMPORTANT
    Over the past 4 years, I have seen a new post every week, EVERY WEEK, from a newbie grower, saying I GOT SPIDER MITES! The heat and moisture attacks them. You MUST use some PREVENTION or deal with the cure and remedy later. PREVENTION is much easier and much cheaper too. PLEASE USE A PESTICIDE BEFORE YOU START A GROW.

    Preparation
    SAFETY

    If you are not in a legal medical growing state,
    Rule One, DO NOT TELL ANYONE. Even if you are a legal grower, DO NOT TELL! Someone will steal your grow.
    I've been on different grow sites for over 4 years. The NUMBER ONE reason for getting busted is the X-wife or X-Girlfriend got mad and pissed off and told the Law.
    #2, Nosey Neighbors. don't let them see you hauling in strange things. Don't let them smell your grow.
    # 3, Stranger shows up at the door.



    Location
    Is it empty?
    Can you control the smell? the household pets?
    Can you control the Humidity? the Heat?
    Can you make it ALL Dark with NO Light?
    Central Heat and Central Air Conditioning sure help.
    Is the area private, and away from visitors?
    Is your area clean and bug free?



    You can not bring in buckets, tools, or anything from outside, into the indoor grow area. You will be bringing in bug eggs, spider mite eggs and all kinds of undesirable bugs and microscopic creatures and things that will ruin your grow. The dog and cat can bring in critters and larvae and bug eggs too

    You will need a time of Total Darkness, when and where NO Light enters the room or grow area. Total Darkness will be an absolute MUST!


    I have two double windows in the room, so I first put blinds on them.
    Then I covered those blinds with a blanket. If someone like a stranger or meter reader looks in the window, he will see the blanket. Then to seal out LIGHT LEAKS, I covered the window with dark plastic.




    Here you see SOME of my collection of Grow Junk and Supplies.


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    When I get to the Section on LIGHTS, I will explain why Ed Rosenthal thinks a large number of 42 watt CFL bulbs are more efficient than using LARGE 105 and 200 watt CFL bulbs.
    But you can see what I have collected laying on that mattress and in the floor.
    Those 200 watt CFLs are GIANTS!
    There are 200s, 105s, 85s, 65s and 42s there.



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    I only want to use the 42s, 65s and 85s, but I am going to try the big 200 watt ones, for a short while, as an experiment. I already know they are going to get TOO HOT.
    You also see a collection of CLAMP REFLECTORS.
    You also see two Parabolic Reflectors that I am going to try. Those are expensive, $49 EACH. I've never used them but I will try them on those 200 watt bulbs. Those 2o0 watt CFL bulbs did not come with a regular sized socket, (called medium size) they are much larger and are called MOGUL Sockets. I had to buy Mogul Sockets to screw the bulbs into. And I'll provide more info in the Light section.

    You see my one of my two tanks, 6 holes in each lid. I need to wash them good, and get the mineral salts from my well water off of them from my previous grow.
    You also see one my 5 gallon buckets for growing, and my Odor Control Bucket. An empty bucket is needed to do the DRAIN and REPLENISH, when you drain the water out and replace it.

    You also need a trash can or box for trash near the grow area. I use that

    For security and privacy, you want to save all trash from your grow room, and discard it separately. You need to put everything you throw away in a public trash dumpster, and not in your household trash.

    I collect GROW Supplies and loan them out to friends. I have a varied assortment of old and new supplies.

    To do anything well, you have to understand it, so let me provide a little background and information here.
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    Hydroponics
    Way over 2600 years ago, a great king named Nebuchadnezzar built the Hanging Gardens of Babylon....the first Hydroponic Garden. 2000 years later, all man had learned was to grow in water, the water had to be flowing or moving. I think most of us have seen hydroponic vegetables growing in containers that look like giant rain gutters, with water running over the roots.
    About 50 years ago, man figured out that if the water was highly oxygenated, with air bubbles, then the water did not have to be moving or flowing.

    Today there are several Hydroponic Systems.
    I will explain a few here, VERY Simply.


    DWC, Deep Water Culture, is the most simple. It is simply roots dangling in water with air stones in the water making bubbles. (sometimes this is mistakenly called bubbleponics)




    There is also Ebb and Flow, also called Flood and Drain That is simply a system of flooding water on and off the roots, timely and systematically.




    Here is also the N.F.T. System. (Nutrient Film Technique)
    N.F.T. is simply using a FLOW of water on a timer, splashing the roots. A MIST or SPRAY can also be used.




    There is also a DRIP System.
    This is a DWC with feeder tubes DRIPPING water onto each grow cup and root base from above. That DRIP normally has to be on a Timer especially if it is a FLOW of water instead of just a DRIP.




    And the Aeroponic System, (Aero) using a MIST on the roots from below, inside the tank.

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    A true Bubbleponics System is my favorite. It uses a submersible water pump, that pumps water to an Irrigation Hub, also called an Irrigation Manifold, that divides the water into 6 streams to each grow cup and root base. It is the MOST rapid growing system available. I can get an average of one inch growth in height daily using the Bubbleponics System.

    So, What Is Bubbleponics, Exactly?

    The world’s first continuous plant feeding system, Bubbleponics is a hybrid design that takes the best from both worlds of the Deep Water Culture (aka DWC, “bubbler”) and Drip Systems. Since the nutrient mix is highly oxygenated, Bubbleponics converts its drip function to a constant feed flow directly to the inner roots, fed as a slight trickle. Without needing to take breaks to allow the root base to drain and absorb oxygen, plants in the Bubbleponic system are able to deliver unparalleled growth energy.

    This advantage is particularly pronounced during early vegetative phases when the plant’s root mass is still relatively small. Cuttings placed into the system experience no noticeable transplant shock and practically start growing immediately. In experiments measured against leading aeroponic systems, the Bubbleponic design shaved, on average, four days from a two week growing cycle, a 30% growth rate increase over Aeroponics in the early vegetative stage; truly amazing. As the root mass of the respective plants grow larger, growth rate advantages were less evident, however, the plants in the Bubbleponic planter maintained their 4-5 day lead over the aeroponic plants throughout the cycle.

    In a series of stress tests, plants in the Bubbleponic system performed remarkably when recovering from an over-fertilized condition. With almost the entire root mass destroyed, Bubbleponics was able to revive 67% of the plants which started re-growing new roots and were able to complete their cycle. None of the other plants in the aeroponic products survived this stress test. The tests concluded that the Bubbleponic system provided significant recovery advantages over other systems when it came to anything that stressed or killed that root mass.

    Hub Feeding Ensures Consistency

    The Bubbleponic design is, ironically enough, one of the first hydroponic products to use real irrigation parts. This includes a hub feed system, where the main flow from the water pump is broken up into 6 smaller feeder tubes via a pressure regulating irrigation distributor. No other plant’s sites are thus dependent on any other as they would be in most drip systems that use T'ed designs. This also ensures identical feeding conditions at each site.

    For this grow, we will use Bubbleponics. If you do not want to get the water pumps, hub and tubes, that is OK, you can still follow along and do a plain DWC.
    You will still learn a lot here.
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    Let me review and repeat myself, this is of the utmost importance.
    I cleaned the closet, washed the walls, and vacuumed the carpet.
    Your grow area has to be clean!

    I sprayed with HOME DEFENSE, an all purpose, "lasts for 12 months" odorless, stainless pesticide, for critters, bugs, eggs, whatever. I just can not emphasis this enough. You MUST spray the grow area, to not only kill what is present, but to kill the eggs and prevent future eggs. Heat and moisture is going to attract insects and spiders and flys and gnats and all kids of undesirable bugs and pests!

    An ounce of Prevention is worth a ton of Cure!






    SPEED-READING this is NOT going to help you.

    READING it twice or several times is the best way to learn.

    Read it once, all the way through, then as you reach the same tasks I am talking about, re-read it again.

    IF you do not know the difference between Indica and Sativa, ask someone soon, before you start your grow.
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