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  1. Hi I hope someone can offer a little advice please! I have a pair of nice, fast growing, cuts that maxed out their 3lt pots two weeks after potting on from 0.5lt. Growing in 100% coco, they are dry (maybe 80% dry) in 24 hours. I'd like to avoid 3 things: 1 - having to water them twice a day; 2 - potting up into 6lts; 3 - trimming their roots. The question; can I use clay pebbles on the top of the medium (100% coco) to help reduce evaporation? Or, should I just bite it and get on with one or more of the three things I'd rather avoid? Any advice appreciated, even if its - "stop being a lazy bastard and just water them twice" Also, I'm not sure if this thread is posted in the right section - sorry if its not.