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Hash & Oil

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    • lemoore00
      For sure. I just got some from online, I think any will do...  But yes the roots take well and no transplant shock at all dude
    • harvestreaper
      speedweed
    • frankie-smiles
      Up the temps, watch em green up  20 plus always 
    • Dan t
      This used to happen often with my coco grows. I pre treat mine with calmag now. I just open the top of the sack, stab some holes in the bottem then pour in a bucket or so till I get run off. Leave 24 hours then mix with me perlite. Ya can squeeze the sack to get the excess soloution out. At 5 weeks I'd say it's probly safe to up the ec. I know its not an gonna give exact results but I check my run off(about 25%) often to get a rough idea of whats goin on in the root zone. If ec comes out low I up it, if high(watch out for salt build up) then go in low to bring things back to nice levels. I do the same with ph only if its out a little bit.  as mentioned above check evrything else 1st before upping ferts.  Im no expert though mate this is just what I know works for me.