Introduce yourself

Hey, yall.

I am Sebastian. I just purchased my pre-order Grobo and can’t wait! I am from Texas, USA. I am a house plant enthusiast.

Looking forward to growing my own yerba buena, sharing my grows, and learning from yall.

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Welcome to the grobo family. Feel free to ask us anything. We love to help.

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Hey Don!
I´m in a similar position. I noticed there´s only 7% of required backers as of yet. So how do we get more backers in the EU?

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@AtomicSebastian, @Nitrid, @Chef, @Ace, @LtcTerps, @Hollywood, @Pyrock1, @Olympia, @Giorgi_Phiphia, @Julia, @ Paltidas, @ Mario_Christen, @ vegetato, @ Bplatinum9, @ Krasiviy_Hlopes, @ Larrow4, @ kingm00re, @ SmallBatchBlunts, @ B176Islander, @ RDARTIST,

Introduce yourself

Nitrid

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AtomicSebastian

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Chef

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Ace

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LtcTerps

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Hollywood

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Pyrock1

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Olympia

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Giorgi_Phiphia

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Julia

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Paltidas

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Mario_Christen

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vegetato

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Bplatinum9

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Larrow4

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kingm00re

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SmallBatchBlunts

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B176Islander

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RDARTIST

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((#Welcome))… :wave::wink:

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Hello all,
Receiving my new Grobo One Monday, super excited to start growing. I’ve only had one successful plant w soil and sunlight. Currently have 4 in soil still in veg under leds. Saved some exciting seeds for grobo, hoping all goes well on first try. Have red around forum, looking forward to sharing and learning. Quick question if anyone or @Stephen can help out. Is there an option to grow a genetically unknown cannabis seed wether it be an indica, sativa, hybrid?Super stoked and thank you,
Mike

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More than likely with a mystery seed best would be to choose generic hybrid recipe and as the plant grows the leaves should give you an idea which way it’s leaning towards that way if it leans indica or sativa then you can put in a support ticket and have them change the recipe or keep it where it is

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Thanks @Wolf1

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Welcome!! :sunglasses:

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Hey @LtcTerps,

Welcome aboard! As you have already experienced, there are many super helpful growers here ready to share knowledge and assist when they can. @Wolf1 is right on by recommending the Hybrid Generic for any mystery/bag seed you have.

Cheers,
Stephen

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Hi all,

After reading nearly every post in this forum and researching the options and alternatives, it became clear that I needed a grobo. :blush:

Getting ready to start growing now that it’s unboxed. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes!

Thanks

veg

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@vegetato,

((#Welcome)):

:wave::wink:

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Hi guys, thanks for the welcome. Newbie. A week into my first grobo cycle. Fingers crossed.

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Well hopefully you put your machine downstairs, if you do have an upstairs, and are able to have her on concrete or wood floor as opposed to carpet. Also make sure you have a hygrometer in the box and outside on top of box so you can adjust heat and rh as needed. Also if you have a ph meter, it will aid you incredibly. Lastly, I would highly recommend ph’ing your ro water yourself for the first few weeks as the machine adjusts ph every hour and you will get wild ph swings like everyone else. This will save you critical time as your plant won’t need recovery time from ph fking her up! Just giving you information I wished I’d had at the beginning!!! Also the reason for having her in a colder space with wood or concrete floor, is so your res water doesn’t get too warm. When that happens you get root rot. I just want you to understand, this machine is definitely not a set it and forget it type of thing. You have to check her at least a couple times a day min. :+1::v:

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Sorry, but I don’t sugar coat shit and I don’t apologize for it either :+1::v::joy::scream::exploding_head:

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Thanks. Appreciate it. My box is indeed in the basement. I was actually worried that that would be too cold and I’d have to move it upstairs. How would I go about checking and adjusting the heat? Haven’t found anything in the app that lets me adjust like that? Must be missing it.

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No you aren’t missing anything. The box does NOT control heat or rh. If it’s too cold in the basement, use a programmable heater. You’re shooting for about 78 degrees in the box so you can typically get away with 68-72 degrees outside the box, which is why I say get a hygrometer for both inside and outside.

The box doesn’t control heat? Thought that was a big part of what I paid 2k for :confused:

Nope. Nor can you see any data, which is why I said a ph pen is your frien, along with hygrometers, heater if and when you need one, a dehumidifier if and when you need one and possibly a humidifier if you need one, but being in a basement you probably won’t need a humidifier, but will probably need a dehumidifier during flower :+1::joy:

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@kingm00re,

((#hygrometer)):

((#PHmeter)):

((#NewGroboForTheRich))… ((#Refrigerator)):

((#NotUsingAnyBells&Whisles)):

:wink::smiling_face_with_three_hearts::sparkling_heart::money_mouth_face::groboone::green_thumb:

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Hi SilverGrobo,

Thanks for the detailed response. Finding it hard to believe I gotta buy my own sensors to monitor my $2000 Grobo that has its own sensors.

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