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  1. Just how common is fungal root rot disease in RDWC DWC? It looks quite common as many growers seem to be using all kinds of chemicals, teas... and fighting the outbreaks on a routine basis. They say that strong chemicals like H2O2, Chlorine bases products and water chillers using cold nutrient solution will prevent it yet catching the rot is so common and all this prevention seems to fail so often. If all this stuff is suppose to prevent it, then why do so many growers catch the root rot and then treat the disease. What do you think really prevents this plant disease? Like small polio vaccine really prevents polio. I have seen all kinds of concoctions, teas and goos recommended to treat the disease, I'm more interested in preventing the disease. Thoughts, ideas, any one here really consistently successful at preventing root rot? Thanks
  2. What is the best thing i can do to prevent rabbits from getting to my plants and eating them?