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Hydroponics

Growing in Soil Free Systems.

Forums

  1. Hydroponic Systems

    NFT, Flood and Drain, Bubblers etc.
    27,718
    posts
  2. Nutrient and Additives

    Put the Best in, Get the Best Out !
    25,763
    posts
  3. Hydroponic Q+A

    Got a question specific to growing using hydroponics ? ask it here
    45,889
    posts
  4. Coco Coir

    Growing in Coco Coir
    21,556
    posts


  • Posts

    • catweazle1
      I have to plead ignorance on that one.
    • Crispy flannel
      Hi all, I looked up my local water supply because I've been having a few deficiencys and problems recently since I moved house, my old water was 0.4 ec ph around 7.1, never really had problems then, now where I live its 0.5 ec 7.9-8.2 depending on the day.   I use hesi coco nutes, tnt in veg, bloom and pk in flower, roots and supervit.  Plain coco hand watered daily.  Environment is all good, except humidity can drop to 35% occasionally.      can any one see anything that might be causing me a problem from these reports? I noticed there is no magnesium in the water could be my problem?   I've also not been able to feed higher than 1 ec without the plants going very dark green, any idea why this might be happening?     
    • Freddy_Freekowtski
      Apologies for double post, tag for @Oldbear didn't work but can't edit old post for some reason...
    • Mestizo
      Yeah. They look good and healthy.