The nozzles from dripworks are identical to Mr. Cloudtop's nozzles. I've purchased them from both places. The nice thing about Cloudtop's is the half spherical screen he inserts as a filter, because they don't interfere with whatever you install the mister into. The dripworks cylinder type screen sticks out to far and gets in the way not letting you screw it in all the way. I usually purchase the misters from Dripworks and the filter screens from Cloudtops. I haven't tried the bio-controls misters yet because of the price. I also remember calling them to ask a few questions and I don't remember them being very friendly for some reason so I didn't pursue that route any longer. I may have to go back and give those misters a try sometime.
Last edited by Fonzarelli; 06-25-2012 at 10:01 AM.
yeah in my journal i add a half oz my 5 gal tea every other watering, no pics of when i used it in hydro, and the book is called ELITE GROWERS something or other should be available as a torrent somewhere.
ughh, just swept up a nasty pile of springtails, where do these fuckers keep coming from? i know they don't do damage, but when they get squished they leave this silver paint shit behind.
Do you mean like "silverfish"? Either way I seem to remember hearing they were filthy and carried alot of bacteria or something...
EDIT: oh here they're similar but different: http://www.bugstopshere.com/spring_silver_thrip.pdf
Never heard of em before, maybe they're not where I live, or I just never noticed. Eww it says they can be found "in humans"- in that case it doesn't sound like they "do nothing" to me...
Last edited by Trichy Bastard; 06-26-2012 at 05:22 PM.
LOL, I don't think they actually meant "in humans." On humans is more like it. They don't survive very easily. Thrips on the other hand are little bitches and I don't take chances with them anymore. I'm saying farewell to dirt from here on out. I'm serious this time!
I will be back in a month to start over from cuttings. Deep breathing time.
Last edited by Fonzarelli; 06-26-2012 at 11:04 PM.
Any time I ever used soil, I had bug issues, pH issues, root rot...
Diatomaceous Earth is tits for killing bugs, yet healthy for plants. Also, you can dust with a billows for critters like spider mites
On to the good news:
I am still dialing in Fonz's w/d cycles. Now at 7 sec/15.5 minutes. Roots have more space between layers (like they are puffing up), with a nice increase in root hairs. The larger of the 2 hpa plants has a bunch of new pistils.
Friday's root pics should be interesting
Two clones from Big Girl are rooting nicely. Thinking to do one more hpa v F & D test with them.
I damn near killed the clone from my hpa. If it doesn't survive I'll have to grab one more to put into my new tent, along with more food herbs.
Last edited by PetFlora; 06-27-2012 at 07:18 AM.
[/url]Stripping Back the BS. Vegging 6 Clones under 22w http://www.rollitup.org/led-other-li...s-vegging.html