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aaronjunited

Can I have 4x4 tent hydro advice please.

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I have a 4x4 x6 foot high tent and I am looking at DWC.

 

Originally I've been thinking of getting an oxypot or 2 single bubble pots.

 

I will be using 600w hps so hoping 2 plants will be enough yield wise.

 

Any advice on what to go with in the hydroponic world for a tent this size?

I am looking for advice on water changing also and the most efficient way to do that.

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if its a 120 by 120 tent get 4 plants in there.

bigger pots the better. ikea sorterra do 60 litre ones, which are great. 

just cut a hole in the lid for your net pot, a hole in for air line and let em rip. 

and for changing out nutes etc use a length of hose and a maxijet 1000 pump.

 

good luck

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2 hours ago, aaronjunited said:

Any advice on what to go with in the hydroponic world for a tent this size?

 

Depends if you want a ready made system or DIY...Wilma 4 pot is a good fit for that space...if you fancy something diy give me a tag...:yep:

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7 hours ago, badbillybob said:

if its a 120 by 120 tent get 4 plants in there.

bigger pots the better. ikea sorterra do 60 litre ones, which are great. 

just cut a hole in the lid for your net pot, a hole in for air line and let em rip. 

and for changing out nutes etc use a length of hose and a maxijet 1000 pump.

 

good luck

 

Thank you for your little guide as to what to do with a bucket. I think I would rather it be done already so as I don't have to buy everything separate.

I was under the impression I could get the same yield with 2 plants as opposed to 4?

Good idea with the pump actually never thought of that! 

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5 hours ago, stu914 said:

 

Depends if you want a ready made system or DIY...Wilma 4 pot is a good fit for that space...if you fancy something diy give me a tag...:yep:

 

Someone told me just do one big plant. Then I decided I need two. I want a good Sativa and a good Indica.

So I thought because one plant can yield the same as 4 with the right care and training I may as well just do 2 and limit work and water changing at same time.

 

Thoughts?

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well, yes you can but as its your first run,if you do 2 and one gets rot or whatever you are down to 1, if you do 4, you are down to 3

id do 4 in that size tent, you should end up with atent full of bud

 

 

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16 hours ago, badbillybob said:

well, yes you can but as its your first run,if you do 2 and one gets rot or whatever you are down to 1, if you do 4, you are down to 3

id do 4 in that size tent, you should end up with atent full of bud

 

 

I guess I didn't take that into consideration actually. Good shout there. Thank you for that.

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ialso wouldnt mix sativas and indicas.

as the sativas usually take off while indicas stay fairly squat and shorter. 

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15 minutes ago, badbillybob said:

ialso wouldnt mix sativas and indicas.

as the sativas usually take off while indicas stay fairly squat and shorter. 

Grow hybrids then?

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either that or just do indicas or just do sativas

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6 foot high....HPS, sativa and DWC are not going to make great bedfellows imo

 

:yep:

 

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