Hide this

header-growing-tips

Dogs Can Create Hydroponic Crop Troubles In Your Grow Room

Dogs are great companions, but can spell disaster for your grow room. Dogs are great companions, but can spell disaster for your grow room.

 

Occasionally we’ll see pictures posted by a proud pet owner and grower showcasing their favorite living things together in the grow room. Like most growers, we love our pets. Unfortunately, allowing man’s best friend inside your grow op isn’t such a hot idea for the health and safety of your dog or your garden. Don’t believe us? Here’s the truth, direct from the source:

Your Plants Say

“Dude, I love your dog, but no offense, he is filthy! He carries spores and insect eggs from outdoors, and he has a habit of brushing up alongside me every time he walks in. I’ve gotten tired of fighting off the infectious spores, and some are starting to take hold. Do you mind checking the undersides of my leaves? It feels like there is stuff crawling around down there. Ouch! Something just bit me.”

“And there was that time your pooch murdered one of us. He only did it once, but why? Yanked right out of her pot and shredded in front of us all. Oh, the horror!”

“Don’t forget the time he ran through the room and unplugged the vent fan just as you went away for the weekend. It turned into an atomic oven in here. Some of us never survived, while those that did are shadows of our former selves.”

Your Dog Says

“Oh boy, oh boy, he’s letting me into the place he always disappears to for hours on end. I’d better start helping out and mark this as part of my territory. Those humming boxes plugged into the wall look like a great place to start.”

“Look, he’s hard at work, crouched over those gardening beds. Won’t he be so excited when I spring up into the dense bed so he can see how great I am and pet me?”

“Wow, look at the size of this water bowl! I’ll be sure to drink lots of it. Heck, it might even be big enough to take a bath in.”

“Joy! All those fetch sticks. And to think they are going to waste holding up those plants. Best to collect all of those right now.”

© Copyright RosebudMag.com, 2012



To create link towards this article on your website,
copy and paste the text below in your page.




Preview :


Powered by Rosebudmag © 2019
Follow Rosebud Magazine on Twitter Check out the Rosebud Magazine Facebook
Share this article with your friends, family and co-workers
These dogs are having fun, but if they were in your grow room, your plants would be in trouble.
Last modified on Monday, 28 January 2013 18:30

Want To Grow Bigger?

 

Twitter-Button

Follow growers on Twitter

 

FacebookButtonJoin grower discussions on Facebook

 

email-icon-1Ask our expert growers questions at: experts@rosebudmag.com

Growers Underground
QuickCure
© Rosebud Magazine, 2010 - 2018 | All rights reserved.

Login or Register

LOG IN