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Coco Coir

Growing in Coco Coir

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    • Punk#1
      @ItainteazyE Is it a 10" or a 12" filter? Is the piece of 12" duct going to the filter? If so i would just duct tape the carbon filter directly to the fan, then if you have a fast clamp use it over the duct tape to secure the join
    • ItainteazyE
      Its a 12" blauberg fan, ill be using it for extraction, im using 10"' ducting because thats the maximum size to fit through the duct holes on the tent. Ive therefore bought 12" duct and 10" duct... im using a small piece of the 12" and then a reducer either side to the 10"' ducting, with a carbon filter on one side and the extraction out through a hole in the wall. I just can't get the dam ducting over the fan...
    • Tegridy Farms
      Just to add...dolmios jars won’t be smell proof.
    • Jimmythegent