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First, to start with the most basic: a "bong" is a water-pipe - a pipe (usually made of glass) through which you can smoke your favorite herb with the smoke passing through (usually clean, cold) water such that the smoke may be somewhat 'cooled' or 'filtered' (there is little evidence that any productive filtering actually happens however) and which allows you to 'pack' your herb into a (usually relatively small) 'bowl' and smoke small 'hits' rather than smoking a more time-consuming (and possibly more herb-consuming) 'joint' (cigarette). Many bongs allow for the addition of ice to presumably further 'cool' the smoke before it is inhaled. Bongs usually consist of parts including a 'bowl' (where you put the herb), a 'joint' where the bowl fits into (a totally different use of the word 'joint' than many smokers are used to - not at all referring to a rolled cigarette but instead simply the glass joint where two pieces fit together), often a removable 'downstem' (the tube through which the smoke passes from the bowl down into the water area) or a 'stemless' design meaning that instead of a removable downstem there is fixed glass tubing creating the path through which the smoke will enter the water), maybe a 'diffuser' at the base of the downstem and one or more 'percolators' (parts that disperse the smoke and usually break them up into smaller sized bubbles as they filter through the water). http://business.greaterbentonville.com/ ... -sons-9227 Cannabis requires a pH range around the neutral value of 6.0-6.5 so that it can assimilate nutrients from the growing medium. In any cultivation the pH of the water must therefore be monitored and adjusted appropriately. A full point difference in pH represents a tenfold increase in either acidity or alkalinity. If you water on soil with pH 5.5 it is 10 times more acidic than pH 6.5! A pH below 6.0 can trigger a deficiency of calcium resulting in burnt root tips and black spots on leaves. A pH above 7.0 causes a deficiency in iron which results in chlorotic leaves and yellowing of veins. The assimilation of all major & secondary nutrients required by cannabis for healthy growth and flowering can be seriously affected by an incorrect pH. Most affected are phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and manganese. Read our Nutrient Problems Guide for more info on symptoms. Uses of Xanax for dogs. http://clashofclansbuilder.com/forums/thread/386214 These pictures were sent in by one of our readers who has taken a far more simple/easy approach to making a grow cabinet than G.D. Bud. Here's what he had to say about it: Hours: 9am - 6pm (0.5 miles) Herbies Head Shop Order Review: http://www.learningearningliving.com/co ... e/fyxtnpf/