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@roadkill said:

<p>I was talking to a guy this weekend that owns a Kratom bar locally. He was talkin to me about his source and was telling me it's hydroponically grown and that the quality is superb. Which got me to thinking. If it takes 4 or 5 years before the plant is producing the proper alkaloids how can they possibly be hydroponically growing trees of that size? Or is there a way to produce what we want in shorter periods of time and on smaller plants</p>

  I just saw an ad for wholesale at $ 10/kg 10,000 kg min. Hard to believe hydro can be done cheaper.

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I went to the guys kava bar this morning to see his set up. Nice place tried his Green strain tea that was also very nice. More about his hydroponic supplier. he said it's all coming out of Dubai. He had pictures of the operation but that was some time ago and can't find them he's going to have the guy send him some more. But he said the place is a size of a super Walmart with clean rooms lighting everything you could possibly imagine he said it's unimaginable. The product he has, based on first impression, is better than anything I'm currently getting. Granted I've only tried one strain, so we will see. Hopefully he will get some pictures and I can post them here

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@Andrew-Goldin I'll do my best to dig a little deeper and answer some of those questions. As far as the younger trees go, I have two that are 7ft tall and 2 years old and several that are 5 foot in about a year old and have yet to harvest anything viable off of them and I sure want them to produce something. They are healthy and robust

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I was talking to a guy this weekend that owns a Kratom bar locally. He was talkin to me about his source and was telling me it's hydroponically grown and that the quality is superb. Which got me to thinking. If it takes 4 or 5 years before the plant is producing the proper alkaloids how can they possibly be hydroponically growing trees of that size? Or is there a way to produce what we want in shorter periods of time and on smaller plants