This is not meant to be a guide as to how to set up your tent/room, and works on the basis that you already have adequate air exchange and circulation within the tent. Both of these factors are very important and you should get them in place if you haven't already.
Growing this is as simple as it gets and I hope the A,B,C outlay, and the basic delivery will put that into perspective. So, here we go.
Before you buy nutes, check the EC & Ph of your water. This will help you choose the right nutrients to use. Most companies' nutes come in hard and soft water form.
What you need.:
A Ph & EC meter.
A Good Quality trusted brand coco
The feed for each stage of the cycle as follows:
Bloom feed & pk.
Some citric acid or other ph adjuster. I like citric crystals because they don't alter EC and can be used throughout. To use them dissolve in hot water and add that as you would Ph down.
All the plants in this thread are grow in pure coco with no amendments. My advice to anyone is, if you are working with a good quality coco, one which has worked for other growers time and again, do not amend it with buffers such as dolomite etc because there is absolutely no need. If you're working with a brand of coco which needs adjusting, buy a different brand of coco!
Edited by TheWatcher, 02 May 2012 - 03:46 PM.