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Dinafem Seeds 2020 Outdoor Grow Diaries

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    • HazyHashMan
      They're basically the same thing from what i remember just a different method used to make it. Should be fine to use to make seeds   Someone with a bit more knowledge might be able to chim in on the differences
    • mystic-mischief
    • Surfer Joe
      I have noticed that when I mix nutes for a bubble bucket using canna aqua nutes, the solution is cloudy and has little solid particles that seem to have precipitated out of the solution.  I fill a bucket with tap water and let it sit for a few days getting to the correct temperature with an aquarium heater, then I mix in the canna aqua nutes following their guide plus some calmag and vitamins. I let that sit for a couple of days and then when I go to set the pH before switching nute buckets, I see that it's become cloudy and has floating particles. But as I start to use pH down (my nute and tap water mix is usually about 7.5 pH before adjusting) to get the solution to pH 5.5, I see that the solution stops being cloudy and the particles dissolve again so that the nute solution looks clear and clean. I wonder what causes it to do that?
    • smokinggolden
      Stick it to 'em! Shame on the evil fuckers acting as government informants to get an elderly man of good character suffering from kidney failure jailed for effectively medicating untaxed.   And I wonder what his GP prescribed him? Did the doctor refer him to a private clinic where he will have to pay £180/month + initial consultation? Or to an NHS pain clinic for the NHS to prescribe flower on a normal prescription?