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DWC... all the way..
5 gallon bucket and net pot lid - $8
Airstone and airline - $4
air pump - $10
nutes - $30
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Posted 21 September 2010 - 10:36 PM
thanks all of you guys for the advice
which is faster to grow... hydro or soil..eitherway i know im going to have to wait about 4 months to smoke it up buh i want quality in my grow...
also does it have to specifically have to be a seed that is for hydro or can i manipulate the plant to grow into some kush of some sorts?
Posted 22 September 2010 - 04:28 AM
That light setup looks to be the biggest waste of money/time/everything.
You could get away with a DIY lighting kit like this one - http://forum.grassci...hting-unit.html
Also, you will need a pH measurement system, General Hydroponics sells one for about $12.00.
Posted 22 September 2010 - 05:56 AM
dude, do a search, and you'll see coco is the way to go. there's no pumps, reservoirs, trays, tables, timers or any of the regular equipment needed to grow hydro. it's exactly like growing in soil, but the ph and feeding schedule is hydro. as a matter of fact, imo, coco is superior to all other mediums. if you're funds are limited, coco is 4 u!!!
alright hello fellow growers and pot smokers. im very very new to growing in general. and im very limited on money....and i need someone the basics of doin this. i know how to build it i just need to kno how to maintain it and buy the equipment at a low cost.... please help thanks in advice
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