Originally Posted by Uncle Ben
Originally Posted by homebrewer
Just out of curiosity, do you think there is something innately wrong with the 'paper towel method' or do you view it as an unnecessary step as one can sow seeds directly into the dirt?
It's stupidly unnecessary. Following are archives I wrote on the subject -
Your seedlings will be alot better off if you germinate directly in soil - less handling and mechanical disturbance means less chance of physical damage to the plant's taproot (and roothairs) and less food reserves
Originally Posted by dlively11
That is correct. Same EXACT ingredient as EZ Clone Clear Rez that sells for $20 a QT.
Get your self a 1 lb bag of HTH Pool shock non PH buffered available online and most hardware stores (bought mine from Ace). Mix 1 GRAM (450 in the bag) per gallon of solution. Will make the SAME EXACT concentration fo the SAME EXACT product. $4 will make you 450 gallons of the stuff and will treat over 286,000 gallons of water !! Should last you a little while ... Can you say markup ??
Originally Posted by med4u
Originally Posted by hellraizer30
I like that simple and alot less exspense in electic
hiya helly,the pioneer of all this stuff,hows it goin'? you say your doin a build?i should think you'd need a fricken wharehouse bro lol cant wait to chk it out good luck wit it
to clarify,100ml to 1 gal of h2o,now you have 1 gal of pre diluted mix,use 5ml/gal of that pre diluted mix for the initial hit,then 2.5 dailey sound better?