Last edited by Trichy Bastard; 04-27-2012 at 03:07 AM.
A few tweaks could help but even with the best will in the world you`ll struggle to get roots that look like this.
target root hairs.jpg
So, I have worked out most of what I felt I needed to move forward with the Aerolife. Got the temps sorted out and now I'm just going to drill out my netpot locations, add in the rootscreen I already prepared, and work out how I want the reservoir logistics to be. I am fairly certain I will have some cuttings in there before the weekend's end, so stay tuned guys...
Yeah. Yeah. I have had and do get them, but we had a brief winter and the weather is not conducive. I need to ac the room, but that is not in today's budget, so I suffer with less than ideal roots. Here's today's pics. All HPA plants are ~ 11-12".
EDIT: Removed at TBs request. Sorry unable to delete photo attachments
Last edited by PetFlora; 04-30-2012 at 05:57 AM.
[/url]Stripping Back the BS. Vegging 6 Clones under 22w http://www.rollitup.org/led-other-li...s-vegging.html
In the future, post this sort of stuff in the Hp-aero thread as I am really trying to keep this one dedicated to the aerolife testing. Thanks guys
glad I found this follow up thread Im SUBD up and going to be looking into one of these myself have you talk to him about a bigger chamber size? and I did stumble across a thread where fatman was talking about using an oiless compresser why not use that? did you get that pic i emailed you of that huge cart one wheels that was in my grocery store but it looked like the perfect chamber gna do some research for it.... SUBING
Regarding larger chamber size, you could use a large rubbermaid trashcan if your indoors. The AA nozzles allow for alot more coverage and less mist density so you can use a larger range of chamber sizes and just adjust the pressures or siphon height and feed timings. One AA nozzle is plenty to fog a chamber that might need up to 8 hydraulic nozzles as Atomizer mentioned.
Last edited by Trichy Bastard; 04-29-2012 at 09:22 PM.
Oiless compressors sound good but they wont last as long as an oil lubricated because the teflon coating eventually wears out