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Non-Organic Compost

Growing in compost using non organic methods and products.

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      Sorry mate I can't help you there I grow in dwc so for me I'd just drop a heater in the water. They should recover though mate the water I changed my res with that day was 11°c and I didn't have a heater to fix it. Myself I'd just bosh a little radiator in there or something set to about 19/20 ° shouldn't be all that bad in a medium coco soil etc I think. for me the roots were in straight cold water no protection and they were standing again after a few hours.