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I built this greenhouse with my father this year after first trying to grow indoors. The grow tent didn’t go so well but because I made so many clones it wasn’t a lost cause. As of now I have 6 main plants that I tend to and I also have a few small ones that are less serious.
 

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Wonderful Job Mate
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Can you tell me the materials needed or used
Is it plastic sheet from a roll, or sheets of plastic in solid ridged form?
 

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Wonderful Job Mate
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Can you tell me the materials needed or used
Is it plastic sheet from a roll, or sheets of plastic in solid ridged form?
The plastic is a 40' x 25' roll of greenhouse film that we fitted to the shape of the greenhouse and stapled down. The greenhouse itself is basically just a wood frame with cattle panels mounted on top and bent into a hoop shape.
 

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The plastic is a 40' x 25' roll of greenhouse film that we fitted to the shape of the greenhouse and stapled down. The greenhouse itself is basically just a wood frame with cattle panels mounted on top and bent into a hoop shape.
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That greenhouse is beast!!
Plants look great as well, good job!
 

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Love the OG Kush, always come back to that one, both it's flower and it's bubble are my favs.

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found some unwelcome guests in the greenhouse a few days ago. gave em a spray of insecticidal soap a couple days ago but it didn’t kill them all so today i used the pressure sprayer and some soapy water to coat the underside of all the leaves. not the worst thing to be doing on a rainy day.
 

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Looks like aphids Good spotting
 

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Pygannic to the rescue

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still dealing with the aphids and maybe some mites but their numbers have died down a bit. a few of the plants are in preflower so im gonna buy some azamax and spray some neem before it becomes a problem. other than that the plants look good.
 

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Absolutely amazing greenhouse
 

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been pruning a lot of yellow leaves lately. the plants don’t seem too happy that i lowered the floramicro in the water. on the bright side the pests seem to be gone as far as I can see.
my parents will be taking care of the plants while I’m away for college so I hope nothing else goes wrong. not exactly the best situation for a first time grow but it is what it is.
 

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have you tried just plain water leaf feeding a couple times a day? like first thing in the morning then at evening? ive been able to keep my plants bug free. they started eating them up until i kept drowning them
found some unwelcome guests in the greenhouse a few days ago. gave em a spray of insecticidal soap a couple days ago but it didn’t kill them all so today i used the pressure sprayer and some soapy water to coat the underside of all the leaves. not the worst thing to be doing on a rainy day.
 

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The plants are all looking pretty good. Most of them are in full flower with a couple lagging behind. I hosed down the plants yesterday and it seems to be effective at drowning the spider mites. I haven’t seen any webs this entire season so I’d like to think I’m keeping them under control but I’ll keep using the hose every few days and azamax/neem when necessary.
 

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