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Hydroponic Q+A

Got a question specific to growing using hydroponics ? ask it here

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    • ison
      it's more planning ahead really. the bigger the fan the lower speed it can be run so less racket, also today's exhaust is tomorrow's intake fan - onwards and upwards, ever onwards and upwards.        
    • HEMPFRUIT
      Cheese n kush is top plant mate I had a photoperiod one that was so stinky & tastey 
    • Professor Plum
      Thanks bud, Cheese XXL in my cart along with Blue Cheese, Kush n Cheese and first time on an OG kush. Spotting a theme? Loving that you do singles now btw, very helpful for small growers that like some variaty in each grow, like me. Might swap out the Kush n Cheese for the Jack hmmm gonna sleep on it. Thx again Mark.
    • Poisonata
      Guess work really until the arrival of photos  Dark green, glossy (shiny), clawing leaves more pronounced at ends sounds like Nitrogen excess. Canoeing upwards generally associated with excess light/heat. Consider also wind burn (too close to fan) as this can exhibit similar clawing properties but generally whole leaf affected rather than ends. Abnormal leaf morphology such as you describe sing to me of a stressed plant, could be genetic but bet it isn't.