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    • GreenVision
      This is a topic I've had some issues with in RDWC. Clearly your hard water are like myself, and the trouble is with water like that it leaves you very little space to actually add plant specific nutrients / elements to the water without taking the EC over the normal levels.    What I found is that to bring you EC up to a level where there is a good amount of phosphorous in the water for bloom you hit levels that will burn the shit out of the crop with the other Macro nutrients, mainly Nitrogen I'd guess, especially in bloom.   In the end it comes down to either trial and error of finding a perfect balance, or like me you may need to consider a decent RO system. Some may say RO is over kill but without filtering the water you have wasted 0.6-0.8 of your EC range on shitty tap water elements that the plants cant absorb efficiently. Once removed you can then use soft water Cannabis nutrients and your 1.1-1.3 bloom EC will now be purely plant based nutrients / elements.   My advice now to anyone with this issue is filter your water with an RO system, its the best buy I have made since getting the RDWC. You have to learn the levels again but once you do the plants really do show appreciation. 
    • panik
      Lemon Freeze (Lemonade og x  Freezeland) MobFreeze (MOB x Freezeland)  RedLand (Redpurps x Freezeland)  Purple Freeze (ultimate purple x Freezeland)  FreezeWarp (Texada Timewarp x Freezeland)   
    • panik
      There new on the block mate but , from the very scrutinised selection of the parents over the last year I have know doubt In my mind these are going to be belters , watch this space some of outdoors finest strains been selected for these crosses...  
    • Miles `n Smiles
      The peas are Oregon Sugar Pod, a mange tout pea with really good taste, the peas behind the corn, are Telephone an heirloom variety I originally bought from the real seed co..these in a good year will get very tall...Ive had them to 7-8 foot ,but understand they can get taller given enough vertical support,again a really good sweet podding pea.The garlic from the tunnel was meant to be seed for this autumn,however its sisters outside have not faired so well, first lot got pulled very early a few days ago as the plants wer`nt looking there best(in my experience,on this site anyway its when you start to lose them to neck rot) still got a (reduced) crop and have another three new varities still in which seem to be fairing a little better.