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Environment

Probably the most important part of your indoor growroom

Extraction fans, carbon filters, humidity, temps & C02

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    • Kev.k
      I’ve always used recirculating DWC. I bought water farms years ago and used the refill tubes and T adapters to link them all together with a separate res, air stone and a power head. It made refilling and topping up much easier.
        I’d been keeping marine fish for years so used the same parts I would for a recirculating UV filter on a fish tank. Much cheaper pumps and parts in pet shops  than hydro shops. 
        It was a novel idea 20 years ago but the idea seems common now. The guy a Holland’s hydro was impressed at the time. 
        I want to try SOG rather than SCROG. I’m thinking a flood and drain table is the best option for multiple plants?
        Is there a better option?   Ive been thinking about a large multi pot aeroponic/DWC combo, as I’m unfamiliar with flood and drain. But all the big commercial growers seem to use the tables.   Advice would be appreciated. I’d rather do it once right than twice. 
        Thanks
    • captain sensible
      @diyleduk That's a nice piece of kit. Mine arrive yesterday and is already earning its keep on some ordinary herb seeds. What a beauty. Thanks.   
    • botanics
      I've got over 600 hours put into this game mate and was in from the start.  It's got issues, plenty of them but there's fun to be had here and there in there too.  The wastelanders update did improve things and a bit more back to the old school by having NPC (humans) but the world itself can still feel a little empty in parts (shame too because the biomes are very different from each other and has huge potential).  Far bit of of grinding and enemy AI is poor with no tactics to speak of, just bullet sponges until you perk up and get yourself decent kit (then you lay waste to anything).    It can also be good fun with a mate and also when you're not doing anything specific, just going around and unleashing a storm of ordinance upon thy wasteland foes!
    • Stuart96
      Yes IMHO if you cannot screen them then make them blend in - never had a problem doing that.