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Discussion in 'Drain-To-Waste Hydro' started by Massmeds, Jan 18, 2018.


    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    What are they getting fed? Coco is hydro it needs to be ph’d as such. Do you ph your water?
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    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    Because what’s in the water isn’t bioavailable usually. Mine wellwater is 200 ppm I subtract that to get what’s actually being fed.

    Massmeds Member

    Yea I rinsed and charged it with calmag for the life of me I can’t rwmwmbwr how much . And yes watering till some run off because I’ve read about salt build up and what not. Idk how I over fed I have a good tds/ph meter . This shits so hard . Soil so much easier

    Massmeds Member

    Feeding leftover general organic nutes from my last grow . I usually ph to 5.8 and my run off is a lil higher 6.0-6.1

    Massmeds Member

    Gotcha . It’s been like maybe 3 ml to the gallon of cal mag which is jumping the ppm by like 80ish and I did 70 ppm of bio grow from gen organic

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    H3AD's formula for coco. check it out.

    house and garden make a good coco nute too.

    i hated coco by the way. some swear by it, some swear at it.
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    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    I loved it for what it was .

    At the same time i just cant drag my self to bring anything dirt like into my room.

    And ive had 0 pest problems (gnats) since :)

    So much easier to toss root balls in the compost
    And run some bleach through the system and down the drain
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    Massmeds Member

    Here’s that second pic I posted a little progress but I think I’m going to pop new beans .this whole coco thing is tougher than I thought .

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