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Seedsman Seeds

Support forum for Seedsman Seeds


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    • Gaijin
      That's a really good question. I can't believe that I hadn't thought if it  I had a different model in my basket. The whole lights on/lights off temp target thing had completely escaped my mind. The ITC-306T looks like the one I need. Glad you asked that @Military Grade     But yeah - if I have different targets for my heating controller 67 will be stuck on the one setting, I think? I think there's an updated controller version coming out - maybe it has the capability  
    • latigid aikon
      Google says that's exactly what it is, I should probably do something about it! Apparently running it in an ultrasonic humidifier will vaporise the peroxide and spread it around but a 'warm mist' humidifier immediately destroys it.   They are used commercially in that way for disinfecting large areas so it could be a good way to clean a tent between grows.   Not sure it would do the plants any good though. I read someone talking about using h2o2 in a humidifier to cure a fungus gnat problem with their house plants but it's not the same thing.   My humidifier is outside my tent and has a hose going into it that the tents negative pressure pulls the water vapour through so I need to run some h2o2 through that hose too.
    • Openairbud
      How big a pot? Is the tap water just cold water? 
    • openthebox
      Oh shit I guess you weren’t the only one who was high I meant to write 0.1 haha. 
        thanks to both of you!