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1.Tells you how much energy a bulb uses
2.Used to indicate the total amount of light emitted by the the light source
4.Redirects light back down towards the plants
5.Bulb that’s primarily used for vegetative stage
2.Semiconductor diode that emits light
3.Used to turn on and off the lights
6.Bulb that primarily used for flowering stage
7.Used to measure the amount of light output in a given area
8.Regulates the current to the Bulb
1.Term for all sepals of a flower
3.Young plant under 4in
4.Spot on stalk where branches grow from
5.Part you smoke
6.Anchor that gathers nourishment
7.The main stem
8.Fine, hair-like appendages
9.The female organ in plants
1. Has a x mas tree shape.
2. Longer flowering cycle.
3. Made by cross breeding.
4. Compound used for its health benefits.
5. Extract of a plant matter dissolve into ethanol.
6. A compound found in cannabis that gets you high
7. Head down and get slanted
Irish mythology is a history of storytelling and scriptures which has allowed these stories and legend to be preserved through passing them down, remains a source of big inspiration.
Made of four Different Cycles
Is the first cycle and the stories contain more magical themes and one of the oldest collections of stories and poems in human history.
Is set around the first century and features stories of a great Irish hero and the King of Ulster.
Fenian myths often tell stories of heroes in their adventures, which take place in the provinces of Leinster and Munster.
Takes place after Christianity came to Ireland, The stories are more factual than supernatural.
Represents Eternity in Loyalty, Faith, Friendship or Love.
8 Kinds of Celtic knots
One of the most luckiest items in the world, found in patches on green hills. Brings luck to anyone who holds it. A common belief is that a person who carries a 4 leaf clover will have the ability to see fairies and the world beyond
Fairy Circles show presence of fairies, caused by fairies dancing. Any human who enters a fairy circle will be forced to dance, unable to stop until they go mad or perish
Mythological beings capable of changing from seal to a human form by shedding their skin like a coat.
Butterflies are souls waiting to be reborn, Can move between worlds and bring messages to those in ours. Light color wings mean good news while Dark colors mean bad.
Some believe that horseshoes pointing up collects good luck and keeps it from falling out, while others state that it should be pointing downward so that luck pours onto those who walk under them. Horseshoes were frightening to the fairy because they looked like the Celtic moon god's crescent making them perfect to ward off evil.
A festival marking the end of harvest season. Ireland is the birthplace of Halloween, with many of the customs drawing from years of Irish history, culture and traditions.
It was said that the evil ones stole it one day, causing sadness to fall all across the land. After seen this the king turned to art, having artists paint the harp in all their artwork to cheer everyone up and bring joy back. Which it did, because of that the evil ones grew disheartened and decided to give it back
Two farmers find a leprechaun hanging from the roots, after pulling their last carrot. The two farmers trapped him. The leprechaun promised to give them one wish to set him free. Overwhelmed with the endless possibles Two farmers greedily tried to get more wishes. The leprechaun looking fed up said you can have all your wishes and more by finding my gold at the end of a rainbow. Leaving them to chase rainbows forever in search of it