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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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    • BarrySHitPeas
      @ickiI will up it to 5ml Lt of both FF and RT on this next one  ,will push it up to 0.9 E.C my tap water is 0.4/0.5 E.C  And  not let them dry out quite so much.   thanks    I've already binned them.  they are autos so need a good start IME ,any mistakes in the first 3 weeks and I start again ,bit of trial by fire by my own admission.    
    • zug
      Shit fuck that! Always a fear when I get back to the car...  I sometimes pretend I've lost them to freak Andro out hehe.
    • Jibba jabba
      Probably not...   Not if I am gonna catch up with your 50 odd strains, the chase continues.     Cheers Sam,    Thanks for popping in.   Take it easy. Jj
    • BarrySHitPeas
      Yeah lumens for humans , lumens are humans perception of light intensity  par is a measure of plant usable light.     wouldn't it  be nice if you could rent a PAR meter ....