This work also used data products from the Two Micron All Sky Survey, a joint project of the University of Massachusetts and the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center/California Institute of Technology, (Caltech), funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Science Foundation. This research made use of data products from the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, a joint project of the University of California-Los Angeles, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech, funded by NASA. One of the best lazy-day strains you’ll find is Pre-98 Bubba Kush.
It’s an indica-dominant hybrid that it’s fans say can work great at creating a pleasant body high while creating peace of mind. They explain that they often enjoy it on the weekends or in the evenings after a stressful day and that it goes well with a variety of lazy-day activities such as sun-bathing, watching movies, reading a book or spending time at the beach or in the mountains. This strain tends to bring about a deep sense of calm as it slows racing thoughts and keeps both stress and anxiety at bay, according to some of its users. Because they find it can facilitate deep relaxation throughout the body, if you try it you may find that you feel slightly sedated after smoking or vaping Pre-98 Bubba Kush THC levels tend to stay around the low 20’s, but check the label if you happen to buy some just to make sure you can consume the proper amount. If you go over your tolerance level, some have reported that it may induce mild anxiety. This strain has a delightful coffee scent to it with undertones of wood and earth. A well cultivated batch will be a dark, forest green with burnt orange pistils and trichomes that frost the tips of its flowers.
Its genetics currently remain a mystery, but it’s believed that it stems from either a landrace of Pakistan or Afghanistan. Still, others claim that it was bred by a breeder named Bubba and has links to the hip hop group of Cypress Hill. This hearty Indica dominant strain produces solid dense nugs. I took 3 clones off a DHN Pre 98 last july and vegged them till mid Jan. Cold and wet this spring which caused one to turn barney purple and smell like Train Wreck but not the other two. These plants took all this manipulation quite well. Oh, my last tent run had 5 DHN Bubbas and they all turned out the same and wonderful. To start growing hydroponics, your grow room setup can be very simple and inexpensive, or you can outfit every detail to be as efficient and convenient as possible. The best part about this is that every singl decision from your lights to your growing medium is yours to make. Below we explain what you need to set up a grow room of your own, with options to take you from basic to fully outfitted. Soon enough you will be enjoying a successful grow room setup completely customized to your needs and tastes! Outdoor plants get the full spectrum of light, ultraviolet to infrared, from the sun. Inside, you need lights that mimic the sun’s range. Fluorescent and incandescent bulbs do not cover enough of the light spectrum to grow mature plants through to flowering. You need high-intensity discharge lights or a set of light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures. Good: Metal halide lighting is strong in the blue range of the spectrum, the type of light that plants need for growing a robust canopy of branches and leaves. High-pressure sodium emits more light in the red end of the range, vital to vigorous blooming. LED lights are more expensive to purchase, but they don’t get as hot as the other types and are simpler to set up. Best: You can successfully grow plants indoors with either type of lighting, but the ideal is to have both metal halide and high-pressure sodium and switch as the plant changes from its vegetative stage to the flowering stage. Tip: Set up your light so that you can adjust either the height of your plants or the lights, allowing you to keep them a healthy distance apart—not too close together, not too far away—at each stage of growth. Fresh air brings vital oxygen and carbon dioxide to plants, and as it circulates, it reduces the risk of fungal diseases by keeping the humidity down (more on that in the next section). In an enclosed grow room, where the plants are respiring, you need to refresh as well as circulate the air. Good: Simple fans you have around the house can gently circulate air. But to take out stale air and bring in fresh, you need extractor fans to pull out air and a vent or two to allow fresh air in.
Best: Carbon dioxide is so vital to photosynthesis that enriching the natural supply can promote extraordinary plant growth. You can pump CO2 into your grow room from a tank with a regulator or from an electronic generator designed for this purpose. Tip: Setting up a fan to blow air gently on plants not only refreshes the CO2 around them, their stems grow stronger in steady breeze. A room where liquid nutrient solution is continually dripped, misted, or soaked onto plants is bound to be humid. When humidity is too high, plants become hospitable to mold and other fungi that can ruin your crop. Good: Air circulation is key for dispersing humidity that accumulates around the plants. Sacks of inexpensive silica gel also absorb moisture from the air.
Best: A dehumidifier lets you swiftly reduce the moisture in the room.