Woah! This girl wouldn't be producing a lot of syrup at a 40:1 ratio. LOL Personally, I've never used any of that kinda thing in my grow. I do soil, water and light which gets the job done. Life is already a circus around here and free time is hard to come by. I wish I had time to play around some with different aspects of the grow though. I want to work on building my own soil mix and cut out having to hunt it down and ship it in. I'm pretty sure I can do that. Maybe one day...I see that just about everyone agrees that a small amount of molasses is beneficial to most grows. Something that I thought interesting occurred to me that maple sap could be a no cost addition. I went out and tapped 3 Maple trees on my property yesterday. Guidance says Feb-March but I have no patience. The sap started to flow immediately. It got too cold and has froze up but it will start running again as the day heats up and is not below freezing. Has anyone had experience with this? I can't think of that many uses for it but in the garden. We will probably do one boil down into syrup but that is a long and tedious process because the ratio is 40:1.
Can I tie into an existing 6" dryer vent for exhausting my grow room? If I can tie in do I need a damper to keep the exhausted air from traveling back up the dryer duct? And I assume that I will have to do some research on sizing for cfm based on desire and room dimensions.
Did you cut and holes or slits in cups bottom are any roots coming out?yes, thx that video is my plan. Size wise my plants look to be about the same size as those shown in the video but I do not know what the root structure is like. I think that I will transplant tonight or tomorrow. I don't see how it can hurt.