Using Artificial Intelligence to Assist Growing

Discussion in 'General' started by tuesday630, Feb 12, 2023.

  1. Just a heads up about how cool AI can be at helping with grow questions. For example, to use ChatGPT to ask grow questions, create an account at: OpenAI API (see link at the top). Here's an example of some answers I got:

    Me: What is the best watering amount and frequency per indoor cannabis plant grown in coco with 30% perlite?

    The ideal watering amount and frequency for indoor cannabis plants grown in coco with 30% perlite depends on various factors, including the stage of growth, size of the plant, air temperature, humidity, and light intensity. Here's a general guideline:

    1. Seedling stage (1-2 weeks): Keep the growing medium slightly moist but not waterlogged. Water the plants lightly once or twice a day, as needed.

    2. Vegetative stage (2-6 weeks): Increase watering frequency to 2-3 times a day, making sure to thoroughly moisten the growing medium each time.

    3. Flowering stage (6 weeks and beyond): Reduce watering frequency to once or twice a week, but increase the amount of water applied each time to thoroughly saturate the growing medium.
    In general, it's important to avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot and other issues. To determine if the plants need water, poke your finger about an inch into the growing medium. If it's dry, it's time to water. If it's still moist, wait a bit longer.

    Note that these are general guidelines and that the ideal watering schedule may vary depending on your specific growing conditions. It's also important to monitor the plants and adjust the watering schedule as needed based on their response.
    I could post a bunch of other helpful responses, but I encourage you all to check this out and post the best responses. My apologies if this has already been discussed.
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  2. NO.
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  3. :bolt:
    I am all the artificial intelligence it needs , if anything is going to tell a plant what it needs to grow and thrive it will be me!:lmafoe:
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  4. Is tuesday630 an A.I. entity promoting A.I.?
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  5. spammer worse than spam leaving our plants to AI?

    Some peeps should never grow.,..this could be one, .................on commitment alone
  6. lol, man you guys are rough on new folks. Whatever.
  7. This might have potential.
    The burning questions are...
    1st Q.. Summarize liposomal encapsulation of Cannabis THC by Lecithin in a Coconut oil carrier.

    Liposomal encapsulation involves enclosing Cannabis THC in tiny lipid spheres called liposomes to improve its absorption and bioavailability. Lecithin, a phospholipid commonly derived from soybeans, can be used to form the liposomes. These liposomes are then suspended in a carrier oil, such as coconut oil, to enhance the delivery of the THC to the body. Overall, liposomal encapsulation of Cannabis THC in a lecithin-coconut oil carrier can improve its therapeutic effects and provide more consistent dosing.

    2nd Q.. Min and Max ratios of Lecithin to achieve Bioavailability enhancement in the same.

    The optimal ratio of lecithin to cannabis oil for maximum bioavailability enhancement is not firmly established and can vary depending on factors such as the specific type of lecithin used and the intended use of the product. However, a common range for the lecithin to oil ratio in liposomal formulations is 1:4 to 1:10 (lecithin: oil). Increasing the amount of lecithin can result in higher bioavailability due to improved absorption, but excessive amounts can lead to instability and separation of the product. Ultimately, the ideal ratio will depend on a variety of factors and may require experimentation to determine the best formulation for a particular application.

    3nd Q.. Do Chatbots dream of Electric Sheep?

    As an AI language model, I don't have the capacity to dream or experience consciousness, so I cannot dream of electric sheep or anything else. I exist purely to provide helpful and informative responses to your questions to the best of my programmed abilities.

    Not to shabby at all.
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  8. Welcome to the City.
    They all mean well so don't take it badly. I poke a bit of fun at times myself.
  9. Do you grow? What ya got running?
  10. I've been growing crop after crop since 2016. I've grown mostly in soil with automated watering. I'm starting a coco grow for the first time right now. I'm very interested in crop steering with rockwook hugo cubes for my next grow. That's what took me to AI. It has a great explanation and will even list the hardware and sample prices.
  11. What's your watering setup?
  12. My watering setup has usually been a pump in a reservoir with driplines to each plant. My last two grows were in 60 gallon planters, so I only watered once a week.
  13. Q.... When binding THC to an Oil does a minimum amount of Oil such as a paste formulation exceed the THC carrying capacity of the Oil

    A...When binding THC to an oil, the amount of oil used can affect the solubility and stability of the THC in the formulation. In a paste formulation, which typically has a high concentration of THC, it is possible to exceed the THC carrying capacity of the oil, resulting in poor solubility, instability, or precipitation of the THC.

    The maximum THC carrying capacity of an oil depends on several factors, including the oil type, the purity and concentration of the THC, and the desired viscosity of the final product. Generally, a good rule of thumb is to use at least enough oil to fully dissolve the THC and create a stable and homogenous product. However, using too much oil can dilute the THC concentration and reduce the potency of the final product.

    To optimize the THC carrying capacity of an oil, it is important to consider the specific properties of both the oil and the THC and to conduct experimentation and testing to determine the ideal formulation for a particular application.

    :) What else can I query

    Q..Is simple heat enough to bind the THC, Coconut Oil and Lecithin or is a heated ultrasonic cleaner that much better at infusing..

    Heating the THC, coconut oil, and lecithin mixture is typically sufficient to facilitate binding and improve the bioavailability of the THC. However, using an ultrasonic cleaner during the mixing process can help to further enhance the infusion of THC into the oil and lecithin.

    Ultrasonic waves can create high-pressure waves and tiny bubbles in the liquid mixture, which can help to break down the THC and facilitate its infusion into the oil and lecithin. This can lead to a more uniform distribution of THC throughout the mixture and increase the bioavailability of the final product.

    While heating alone can be effective, the use of an ultrasonic cleaner may be particularly useful when working with larger quantities of material or when a more potent and consistent product is desired. However, the specific approach will depend on the desired outcome and available equipment, and experimentation and testing may be necessary to optimize the final product.
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