Television? Growing? Wha?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Growing Techniques' started by ReadySetGreen!, Jun 25, 2006.

  1. First off, I know it's moronic. Just the musings of an idiot. T.V. screens show color by combining the red and blue and green lights. So, considering that it has the red and blues, would it or would it not be beneficial to a plant to put some T.V.'s around it and turn it on a white screen and just let 'er go? I know it's impractical, and I by no means am going to try it, just wanted to get you people's thoughts on it. What you think?
  2. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    Your're rite that would be dumb, on so many levels!
  3. Shows what you know. I played them Teletubbies and they LOVED it!
  4. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    Wait they see Dawn of the Dead!
  5. Maybe in the veg state. I don't wanna give the little seedlings nightmares.
  6. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    There You Go!
  7. just don't play em anything that graphiclly depicts the smoking of weed...otherwise they may get depressed and not produce anymore..or go moffy, or just die of fear
  8. Oh no....I didn't think of that and I already showed them Half Baked. Good lord, THAT'S why they have been looking at me like that...
  9. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    Oh no! you mean I can't play, Anything by DR. Hook,or one step over the line, or Panama Red? well that sure shortens the list of approved growing songs, don't it!
  10. could record a full day of sun cycle, and play that for it...or go around ya mates place who has 3 1000 watt lights burning and film them and play that tape on a ya heaps of money
  11. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    Now theres an idea!
  12. Marclar

    Marclar Guest

    play them some Cheech and Chong....
  13. buffoonman

    buffoonman Senior Member

    Dr Hook ,when your in love with a beautiful woman you know its hard.
  14. Naturalhi

    Naturalhi Great hairy ape

    Oh! Baby makes her blue jeans talk!

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