so when you start seeds in rockwool. and place in the net cup. how high does the water need to be in the bucket? enough so the rockwool is in the water? or just below? then when roots start out the bottom of the rockwool, they need to be in the water right?
with ebba nd flow you have the option to madding as many plants as your tray holds....
on larger rez feed a bunch of plants.. a bigger rez is more stable.
one dwc vs a nice simple ebb and flow system. you will leran much more with ebb and flow.
you want to learn a system you can expand on farily easily.
try uilding a proper rdwc vs a ebb and flow thats holds as many plants.
if you go dwc I recommend you look up SQYDRO and his waterfall DWC
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I'm doing DWC now, with two buckets, look at my other posts to see pics in progress... they got out of control... let me rephrase... I let them get out of control... they were so big I had to do some serious topping... anyway... at first you won't need to fill the water as much, but once they get big... they will drink water faster than you can believe. My plants right now have been in flowering for a week after a 6 week veg, and I fill the bucket up to 2" from the top... after two days a third of the bucket will be emptied. I've done Ebb and Flow, which is more difficult to setup and I see no advantage to either. All depends on your budget, and how much you want to be involved. The one recommendation I can say, is I've tried the PowerGrower drip system from GH... and realized with just a seedling, there is so much water-to-air contact that the water evaporates almost 5 times faster, and thus you're filling it up every other day... not a good system. Sorry, I type a lot... I get excited about hydro.
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That would work great , most build their own and after you buy this one and love it you will see how simple it is and do it yourself. Just member to check water level as Mr. stated and ph every few days. Oh and keep the pump the same height or higher than the bubble boy. Good luck
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