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Why is it that I read you can use hydro nutes in soil. but its not recommended to use soil nutes (water soluble ) in hydro systems?
lower cfm inlines are nice just as merciless said. It takes time for the carbon to absorb the odor
Even with a scrog grow that wouldn't be enough space. The heat build up would be to much also
Leaves tend to yellow when your plant is getting close to fully maturity. Are you supplying any kind of co2? if not that would def get your buds...
Looks like a nice setup so far
Looks like that would be a nice crop to train or scrog
Across the street from the police station
Sounds like a plan. Although Incandescents arent efficient they do give you a nice red spectrum which is great for flowering. if you can find a...
The oil filled ones are the best for a nice slow steady heat. ceramic heaters is what I use and temps are up and down
Same thing just happend to me to. as long as your getting new growth your all set
depends on what you are growing in. Ph in soil can range from 6.2-7.0 for Hydro 5.8-6.8
#1 rule the more light the better!
if your tryin to get a head start use a cfl or 4' floro if you have the space.
Ive smoked with my plants too. But I'd agree with everyone up above, just dont over do it
plus I just looked that up on homedepot's website and you have to use the lithonia lighting system that they sell. so I would say that it does...
That bulb isnt going to be as efficient as a mh with a ballast.
A fan never hurts if your plants get a gentle breeze. The only reason why I would put it in a box would be to contain the light. but it sounds...
if there is anything to add to your setup I would get co2 in there it can only help. everything is looking great tho
if the soil is dry when you are water then watering shouldnt be the problem. Like said up above leaves tend to yellow when your plant is arriving...