Has anybody tried this? Some say it's ingenious and makes all the perfect sense. Ever wondered why plants grown indoors die at 86 degrees and plants grown outdoors thrive 90+ degree weathers? Some accuse the lack of electromagneticism. Derived conceptually from High Times October 2012 issue, I read an article written about earthandgrow.com's newest and certainly innovative product... grounding plants with ground wire plugged directly from your electrical outlet. Yes, you read me right. Go check out Earth & Grow | Reconnect Your Plants to the Earth if you wish. Gambling on this idea, I was convinced by the testimonials and had to try to make my own ground wiring for my 6 plants growing just 2 weeks shy from flowering. I used 14 solid copper wire and a plug oulet that you can screw in from home depot, hooked up 6 lines of copper directly to the plug's ground prod and hoped that this concept works just as well. Just ensure that you're not making any use of neutral or hot prods of the outlet, otherwise, they'd electrocute your plants dead. So prior sticking them in the pot, I tongue-tested them and felt no zap of electricity. Been only a day used on this concept and I could swear for alot of new green leaf development already growing. Strains (Barneys Farm): Critical Kush, Pineapple Chunk, Pineapple Chunk Pineapple Chunk, Critical Kush, Critical Kush Nutrients: Fox Farms Big Bloom and Grow Big on ph tested water, alongside with occasional Cal-Mag. Lighting. 6 t-5 4 feet long 56k each with supplmental 25 cfl blubs placed below the canopy. WILL BE FLOWERING IN A 600 WATT HPS 24" COOL TUBE. ... so has anybody tried this or am I the only one trying out this idea? This certainly could be groundbreaking.