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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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    • Matthew420
      Looks nice mate i fancied dwc myself but wasnt sure how it was and was advised wilma is a nice way to get into hydro. Btw i forgot to say i have a pump constantly stirring my res as well  
    • Dapex
      Still seems to be getting worse.  
      did fresh water change.  PH 6.0 ans EC 1.2. Within 24 hours the PH was 5.6 and EC was 1.5. 
      adding tap water does keep the PH at 5.8 and the EC at 1.2 BUT I haven’t had to top up like this through this grow.  All through veg and the first 3 weeks of flower I let her drink the water and the EC and PH stayed kinda stable.  
    • Loftgrower
      "Today Cheshire Police urged the public to help"    There will be some cunty grass who will shop her.    Story in my local paper today about a Gass engineer who'd gone to a property and found 80 plants growing so he called the fuzz.    Scumbags.   
    • Twiftking
      I have dripper rings set up into fabric pots. These sit in rtw drain trays which are plumbed to run to waste. This is good because I have no pumps on the waste just gravity dealing with the run off.   I have noticed a lot of algae growing in the trays. Can this be reduced or eliminated? My main worry is it may block the drain pipes and cause my system to overflow.