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D.I.Y. Kit

DIY tips and ideas to help save you money.

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    • Nature
      @Ameth   Stop with the calmag and water once per day, problem solved imo   Canna Coco A+B has calmag in it already and you have hard water. Have fairly soft water and don't even use calmag at all   Water once per day, every day to provide fresh nutrients and oxygen to the root zone in coco   30 litre pots are WAY too big for coco, seriously. You only need 9 litre pots to grow beautiful/big plants in coco.
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    • Nature
      +1 Canna nutes for the win. Simple.   Hope your plants are getting better @highway_017
    • Kinetikal
      as long as it was powered off while wet the worst you should expect to suffer is a little mild corrosion. Like Joe said wipe down everything you can get to, and leave it to dry some place nice and warm, erring on the side of caution when allowing time