And why learn by trial and error when we can give you advice that has been proven true by pretty much every other grower out there. I’m here to stear you in the right direction. We all are, kindly listen and your first grow with the grobo will be a resounding success
I was looking into growing since late 2017 and was going to go with a competitor ls box. Got talked out of it at the hydroponic store and they sold me a custom intermediate level set up. Nice and all, but not where I am at yet. I’ve had two plants die from stress and multiple seedlings not germ properly.
I finally threw in the towel on it about a month ago and went back to the drawing board. Now I’m just waiting for my unit to arrive!
Can’t seem to find a great answer about if it is actually not the worst idea to have it in my bedroom? I’m assuming the only light leak is the front, and I could cover that up. But how loud to the fans get?
Matt Von Tofu
White noise brother. You get used to it quickly, and think something’s wrong when it’s not running
Mine is in my bedroom and now that I just took a plant down I can’t sleep since the noise isn’t there lol… honestly you get used to it … the flashing led is more of annoyance in the bedroom than anything
And that’s where duct tape comes in handy
Thanks for the info!
Also don’t get rid of your other growing kit. Once you get a couple of plants grown in the grobo I bet you that you will have more success with your other setup.
Absolutely the plan! It’s more of I’m using an imperfect space and having to gerryrig work arounds and then fluctuating to another stressor because of such.
Would it be possible to use the grobo as home for a mother, take trims, finish them all off from there? It could make for a constant rotation for me if so!
Welcome aboard! You can absolutely use the Grobo as a mothering chamber & we have a new mother recipe for just such a case. What strain are you thinking of?
I just bought the Canuk Puk 4.0 but I have no real preference, just want to get growing for the love of the plant and scale up from there!
I’m not looking for high yields; I want “craft” and I do believe the grobo and the community around it seem very supportive of achieving this dream.
Any tips on getting some great genetics in western Canada would great as well! Also, being an elder millennial, I cherish the old strains from the 90’s and because of the hippie mini revival then, the heritage ones.
Some thoughts. Since you’re in Canada I would suggest buying seeds from canadian distrubtuers. There is always the risk of customs confiscation and they do offer insurance at a cost.
Find some strains you like and find the breeders that breed them then purchase those seeds from a place in Canada like TrueNorth seeds. I’m a fan of west coast weed too. I got some seeds from a breeder in BC who has prized strains. You can try them out via TrueNorth. I’ve not order direct from them but they are here:
Hi all! Very excited about the community I’ve joined. I have never grown a thing! Day four with my very own grobo (thanks grobo team!!) but have seen nothing growing yet. It’s only day four, but I’m still excited!! Feels like Christmas!!
Welcome @Alex! There’s a bunch of experienced people on here that will be more than willing to help you out through the the process if you need it. What are you growing?! She should probably pop pretty soon I would think
Candy cream indica. I couldn’t find the list of recipes while I was at the local seed shop… luckily I chose one that is already in the grobo. I much rather start with every advantage. Followed the grobo directions; just waiting to see what happens!!! I’m sure it’s going to to great. Thanks!
Dont worry my seedling didn’t sprout until day 13.
With the help and support of everyone here I have no worries!!! This will be excellent!!
I just hung my Northern Lights to dry, Hows your grow going? You didn’t post pics.