Question Pollen conundrum

Trying to weasel out a way to keep my males in a tent, in my flower room. So it sounds suicidal I know but will a six in ac infinity attached to a giant carbon filter with the prefilter on it catch any errant pollen that flys around, I can control the fan from outside the tent so can crank it up when entering and exiting, any thoughts are greatly appreciated guys and gals 💪💪💪
 

Frimpong

🔥Freak.genetics🔥
Trying to weasel out a way to keep my males in a tent, in my flower room. So uh ends suicidal I know but will a six in ac infinity attached to a giant carbon filter with the prefilter on it catch any errant pollen that flys around, I can control the fan from outside the tent so can crank it up when entering and exiting, any thoughts are greatly appreciated guys and gals 💪💪💪
Sounds dope 👌. U just trying to get pollen ?
 

MO_Grow

In Bloom
This should be interesting to watch. I thought I was being crazy collecting in my bathroom that just has a door and about 10 feet of separation from my tent... This is just loco! 🤪 I'm sure you can pull it off tho if you're careful enough. I'm rooting for ya, hope it works!
 

Badmofo529

In Bloom
I have an idea depending on how many dudes your trying to keep. Im thinking clear storage totes(upside down with the pots on the lid) with two holes cut in them with hepa filters (maybe from a vacuum or something) and a pc fan to manage humidity. You could probably tie a few together on an actual exhaust fan with Y's and make a filter box as well. Drill another hole and caulk some tubing in it you can drop on the pot for watering without opening it up.

Could put them on little moving dollies, or a rolling shelving unit to wheel them outside the room to work on them, collect pollen, ect. Wouldn't need an extra tent or light, but it would be more work up front.
 

Capt's Farm

CHOOSE YOUR TITLE
I would do it... I have run 2 male's and 2 lady's in a tent till the night before the t99 dropped..I seen it coming pulled the gg4's out... Made the hit.. clean the tent..moved it, to the bathroom..
Put the 2 gg4 back in made, made the hit then clean the tent and keep on going..my tent was in my room...

The only thing I would do is hit the door with a spary bottle of water when you open the tent just in case..and only when you're dropping love dust...
 

Willie

🍓Crush Genetics🍓
Trying to weasel out a way to keep my males in a tent, in my flower room. So it sounds suicidal I know but will a six in ac infinity attached to a giant carbon filter with the prefilter on it catch any errant pollen that flys around, I can control the fan from outside the tent so can crank it up when entering and exiting, any thoughts are greatly appreciated guys and gals 💪💪💪
No, a 6" infinity won't stop pollen and I have several T shirts that prove it. NO!
But a fan that points down can limit some damage......sometimes. :)
 

Kold Kasiz

In Bloom
It's just a thought lol I have another tent setup in the far side of the house, just was being cheap with not wanting to run more heaters and humidifiers, but shit gotta do work I guess
I think I would start them flowering in the general population but move them to the tent on the other side of the house when those sacks are drooping and looking swollen. It would save you close to 2 weeks on running extra humidifiers/ heaters. Collect pollen for a few days to a week and shut it down. I think you could do it in the room but I would worry about gnats and/or rogue pollen during cleanup. Good Luck
 

Frimpong

🔥Freak.genetics🔥
I think I would start them flowering in the general population but move them to the tent on the other side of the house when those sacks are drooping and looking swollen. It would save you close to 2 weeks on running extra humidifiers/ heaters. Collect pollen for a few days to a week and shut it down. I think you could do it in the room but I would worry about gnats and/or rogue pollen during cleanup. Good Luck
Sometimes I'll even pick the ripest looking ones off and open them up and check and see if they have viable pollen in them yet
 
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