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  1. D GreenThumb says:

    Week 4 day 28

  2. Tyler Nagin says:

    At what level of ppm”s is very dangerous for DWC? you suggest between 6-7
    hundred for the plants life.. Whats the absalute peak according to your
    experience?

  3. Sean M says:

    youre medicated in this video huh? lmao i just watched 1-8 and youre the
    funniest on this one

  4. Farmer Dave says:

    +HygroHybrid I have watched all of your videos several times, and I don’t
    remember you covering how long you keep your air pumps on for? I am new to
    DWC and don’t know if I should set the pump on the timer with the lights or
    just run it 24/7. In theory I would think the roots would enjoy fresh water
    after the nutes settle, and i’m on 18/6 right now. So I guess my real
    question would be, do you think running the air pump on the same cycle as
    the lights would be beneficial for the roots?

  5. Joe Black says:

    what kind of suckers pay a fee to watch youtube advice….

  6. GarbageDanks says:

    Hydro is good but you can’t beat soil. Also if you have a power outage your
    babies aint got much more then a few hours to survive. Soil will always be
    King.

  7. GarbageDanks says:

    I didn’t know Joe Rogan grew weed.

  8. HygroHybrid says:

    its somthing i wired together. the switch plugs into the wall and them pump
    plugs into the back of it, allowing me to switch the hot wire(black). you
    can find these in home depot or lowes maybee a super walmart in the
    electrical sections. that is exactly why i use one, to much for my back.
    run your tube and switch on or off and done! i hope you can find one! hg

  9. HygroHybrid says:

    1.5lb each. it never bothers anything and it keeps the bugs away! 🙂

  10. seventh angel says:

    cool! cheers man at least im on the right track good job on the grow!

  11. cindybin2001 says:

    IT FIGURES! You are just like all the others! I just got your email where
    you said you use marijuana for pain, yet you tell me the same lame stuff
    all the casual users have been telling me for YEARS to justify getting
    high, about how I should speak up against alcohol, how marijuana is a plant
    and has been used for thousands of years, and you quote scripture to me,
    blah blah blah. Oh this makes me furious! I have said over and over that we
    shouldn’t smoke pot OR drink alcohol! And just because

  12. jane smith says:

    just a small tip like you said about the full affect, ripe fruits and what
    not. early harvests actually come out containing more cbd but less thc so
    any sativa might be more ripe or have a better effect based on the desired
    of the specific patient. I’m not going to go too deep into it but do some
    research and if it sounds like something to try out, take an early harvest
    clipping and later get a late harvest try them side by side and see what
    you like.

  13. cindybin2001 says:

    decent person to interview! All the casual users rave about the medical
    benefits in order to justify getting high, and even the “medical” users
    I’ve talked to and seen online have been horrible. They just don’t get it!
    Why couldn’t you be nice and normal? Why?? Why do you have to be like this?
    Why can’t you see why it’s wrong and immature to use drugs to get high, and
    why couldn’t you support and commend me for speaking up against
    recreational use? Now I have to add your comment to my huge

  14. HygroHybrid says:

    🙂 im happy you found success! hg

  15. Spike Spiegel says:

    1.You know that having air freshners in the room with the plants is not
    good for the cannabis even during growth. Also i noticed alot of the leaves
    are frayed and riged did you have any type of heat stress at any point
    during the cycle? Also some leave tips are yellowish and look like they
    might have been over fertilized down at the bottom of some of the plants.
    47:05-48:00. Also how much do you normally yield per plant dry weight?

  16. mickeybigbuds says:

    any1 that knows your work also know your one of the few bosses on what you
    do. fuck the haters bro.keep it green hygro.

  17. HygroHybrid says:

    awesome hope it all worked out well. cheers hg

  18. Kiyan Yazdani says:

    ya boy here does

  19. HygroHybrid says:

    floros and yes 🙂

  20. HygroHybrid says:

    will do future grow. hg

  21. gobstarr420 says:

    i cant like or comment any of your vids from my phone

  22. HygroHybrid says:

    ive been doing both with this grow. normally i ph the nute change and
    change nutes every 2-3 days in a 5 gallon bucket, now i check daily and
    adjust with ph up or down in these larger containers and change nute water
    every 7 days.

  23. Bradley Umoru says:

    do you only keep the air stones on whenever the lights are on or 24/7? i
    was never clear on that part

  24. Hugh Jorgan says:

    I saw you using FloraNova in other videos and am curious if you prefer
    FloraNova or the 3 part GH nutrients more? What are the pro’s and con’s of
    each?

  25. HygroHybrid says:

    thanks dude. hg

  26. Darcie French says:

    I ate fresh cannabis for five months and my fibromyalgia and depression
    symptoms virtually disappeared. I purposefully stopped eating it to see
    what would happen and my symptoms slowly but surely returned. This video is
    a godsend for supporting my claim that cannabis needs to be in my daily
    diet.

  27. The Cannabinoid Chronicles says:

    Thank you for the support! 

  28. Christopher Sawtell says:

    Profound thoughts!

  29. Raymond MacKinnon says:

    Amazing truth here and a perfect theory. First time seeing this channel but
    you were great on “Weed Country!”

  30. Angie LupusLife says:

    please take time to hear the information

  31. Quinton Mendoza says:

    Principally, you’re absolutely correct. However, you need to distinguish
    phytocannabinoids from endocannabinoids. The idea of supplementing
    phytocannabinoids for patients who are lacking endogenous cannabinoids is
    fantastic, but understand that this is a coincidental co-evolution. These
    forms of cannabinoids developed independent of each other, and we happen to
    have cb1 & 2 receptors that accept endo/phytocannabinoids.

  32. Angie LupusLife says:

    wonderful video, too many people don’t have the information. Sharing this
    video everywhere

  33. Jerry Golick says:

    Hi guys,

    Thanks for this video.

    A new subscriber here, but I’m pretty knowledgeable about cannabis and the
    ECS.

    Firstly, I want to say that I think you are spot on. Cannabinoids are
    essential nutrients, a conclusion I reached a number of years ago. I would
    go further and say that when one lives in a toxic environment (as we all
    do), higher levels of cannabinoids are required to prevent and manage the
    various consequences of pollutants on our body. The best way of doing this
    might be a daily supplement of cannabinoids, perhaps in the form of a
    concentrated oil, or tincture.

    I am not sure I agree with you about requiring no psychoactive impact. Why
    is a mild feeling of euphoria, and a general sense of well being, coupled
    with a lowering of overall stress, a bad idea? I think that many of today’s
    strains have been bred for ultra high levels of THIC. This is feakish
    breeding mostly brought about by people who really like the THC high, but
    it is hardly representative of the ratios in a pure (landrace) strain
    plant. Those are the ones I think we should be using.

    I think that while smoking and inhaling certainly have their place with
    respect to cannabis based therapies, that the best way to put essential
    cannabinoids into our body is through ingestion. I am not quite sure where
    I stand on the raw vs processed debate.

    One more thing, and this with respect to modern medicine vs. cannabis. I
    like your wildlife biologist analogy very much. You should also consider
    that an underlying assumption in medicine today is “one ill, one pill”.
    Pills are only intended to treat a single condition, multiple condition
    therefore require multiple pills. Cannabinoids touch many areas of the body
    at the same time. They work together to restore homeostasis. Some have
    called this the entourage effect. But doctors can’t get their heads to
    accept “many ill, one pill”. They think of the body as a series of
    interconnected but independent systems which must operate within specified
    parameters, rather than an ecology which when balanced is in a constant
    state of flux and flow.

  34. Philip Vishoot says:

    i have epilepsy and am getting off of prescriptions after 5 years and using
    high concentrated CBD oil and other ways of ingesting cannabis to stay
    seizure free. i love hearing about this science in how it helps our human
    bodies overcome our ailments. thanks for these informative videos!

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  36. ElHotep1 says:

    You both rock. Love this,keep up the great passion for this cbd love.
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  37. Charlie R says:

    For years, I have been saying that when someone is ill (particularly
    cancer) it could be the result of a Cannabinoid Deficiency. Our immune
    system has an Endocannabinoid system, so we are born with receptors for
    Cannabis to interact with our immune system. And I have noted that cancers
    have been on the rise since Cannabis has been made illegal, and even more
    significantly since GMO’s have become so often used to produce our food
    heavily sprayed with herbicides and pesticides. I believe Cannabis can
    protect us from these poisons to a certain degree. I have seen Cannabis
    Oil consumed in high enough quantities to kill cancer myself.

  38. Oriah's Garden says:

    Awesome Video! I will be showing as many people this vid as possible.
    Thanks so very much. 

  39. Nathan Batten says:

    Thanks for sharing! (y) (y)

  40. Mark Blanton says:

    I believe this is right on the money. Elementally fascinating! Adding
    Cannabis to our food alone is a great start, we need to know that food
    itself heals, if we have the right diet. Undisputed champion of health, in
    my opinion, has a book and food pyramid for attaining optimal health.
    Adding cannabis while using Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s food pyramid and his book
    EAT to LIVE: The Amazing Nutrient-Rich Program for Fast and Sustained
    Weight Loss, Revised Edition, will heal most all of our diseases. Health
    begins with healthy eating, adding Cannabis should work synergistically to
    achieve optimal health. 

  41. Shaun LaPlante says:

    Revelation 22:1-2 And he showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as
    crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God, and of the Lamb. In the midst
    of the street of it, and on either side of the river was the Tree Of Life,
    which bare twelve manner of fruits, and gave her fruit every month: and the
    leaves of the tree served to heal the nations. And there shall be no more
    curse, but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it, and his
    servants shall serve him.