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The uptake of nutrients will cause the ph to change, its normal. Uptake of anions (like nitrate) will raise res ph, uptake of cations (like...
I use a whale pump, easy bailer 55 manual bilge pump, it shifts over 8 gal per minute (30L plus) and leaves less than 1/8" behind. I modded the...
Weve all done it, put a big sign on the back of the growroom door that says, Plug in the Pump! ;)
Its not as useful as it appears ;) The number of elements this unit can measure and the ppm range it can measure over is very limited. The unit...
Most root issues in aero are triggered by high temps in the root chamber.
They call it spotless water because its aimed at the window cleaning market. They also state
the filling stations have not been approved or built...
The 6800 will do 125psi. If you use it with an accumulator it`ll be enough for most setups
The tower garden is more vertical nft than aero. I would run it on a basic segment timer, say 15 on and 30 off and go from there. The plants will...
unless there is a definite reason, i`d go with none..
The only thing missing from the list is the kitchen sink ;) The 10 micron filter is designed for compressed air.
Slim chance of an update after 9 years :biggrin:
I`d drop the ph to about 5.8 and see if they start feeding again.
That will keep the temps under control.
I`d use a peristaltic pump, float switch and a one shot timer
Dont matter what it looks like if it does the job ;)
Looks good so far ;)
75um, 200 mesh would be better Roots can push through the smallest of gaps and expand again once they are through.
Bleach is alkaline with a PH around 14 ;)
If you have a normal plant pot an inch off the ground the roots wont venture out the bottom very far before they are air pruned.
Take it a few steps further ;)
cut sections out of the bottom of the bucket, (like a mag or spoked wheel) or use a holesaw to cut out some fairly...