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    • GB12345
      Damn! And yeah I have rock dust in my soil but as you said without the time to break it down it's a long winded process and I'm on the hunt for the sea 90 but does anyone sell it in the UK twigs? And that's mad how that element works but that's my point in my previous comment the use of what elements cab do is amazing but a lot of there uses are sure to be still undiscovered
    • GB12345
      Indeed but even chemicals like mercury, strontium, fluorine play a role and same for boron as the boronia plant suggest by it's name and I agree in high levels some of these elements will kill you outright but in a minute trace amount is it actually harmful or more a buffer for when things go wrong and our immune system may respond and use the less known and safe elements but who knows as it's safe to say a lot of the elements we don't want in our bodies are pretty apparent like molybdenum... and the bulk of elements have no known research proving what each one does I mean there's a lot of info on most of them but even that can't be the dead end understanding of we know everything about a element as they forever adapt to there surroundings and alter there genetic makeup as they mix with the other elements.. it's spinny as fock really lol! 
    • badbillybob
      Hello, hoping someone has come across this before, hydro rdwc system, plants were looking a little droopy, not all of them about half, so I changed out res. Noticed a little bit of algae in the res, not the pots, so decided to add a little bleach  to kill it.  I added maybe 0.25 ml per litre , if that, which was about 1/3rd to 1/2 a tea cup full to 600 litres.  Feeds, temps ph were 0.8ec, 26-29 degrees and 6.1ph.  I changed the res and added grow nutes, 1.1 litres, calmag 200ml ish, same of silicone . Went in today they look like shite, water temps at change was 10 degrees, now this morning back to 18.  Roots are fine,  nice and white, no signs of any rot, pyth ets, and no signs of any beasts munching on them either im thinking its maybe the bleach, what do you think. quite a few crispy leaves, and with the strange shading between the veins, looks kinda greyish.  The thing is they looked a bit droopy before I changed the res...…...arghhhhhhhhhh   Anyone got a clue, cos I don't?
    • LA LUNA
      Yes yes and yes, i absolutely love it, ive not tried the early model to compare it to but the 2019 model is a banger. I started with a pax electric vape but even though the vape was good it spent most of its life on charge, the battery life was shit, the newer models might be better as i had the 1st gen and i think their on the 3rd or 4th gen now but the dynavap powered by a torch lighter appealed to me so i went with that and im glad i did, its highly portable, discreet and gives a nice hit ! 10/10 from me ! If you buy from the site sponser and use the Uk420 discount code you get a good discount as well ! (10% i think ?) Which made it the cheapest on the net !