Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by potroast, Aug 28, 2006.
the water farm kit(big size)would be fun will one fit in your space next to the soil grow?
Thats what im planning I have a 59 day old bb blue cheese in aero
And im germing a blue dream for soil. (Mother)
My low budget perpetual harvest
Having problems with brown roots.
Flushing now. Rez has been thoroughly cleaned. But how do I make sure it is out of my roots
Keep feeding it pure water, and stop messing with the roots, the only time I know what my roots look like is after I harvest
You should not know what the root zone looks like, the environment needs to be personal
I pulled them to check the roots due to the leafs being twice as bad as this morning.
How important is it to everyone to use a PPM meter? Ive never bothered with it, even my PH tests were done with Hagen test tubes, but Im thinking about getting a PPM tester, its from Amazon, apparently though its accuracy can be off by 10%, Does this seem important? Ive had great grows not even testing the PPM, but for $20 I figured id give it a shot.
Also any tips on Aeroponics? Ive tried both the Red micro sprayers and the little spinners, with the spinners i found the spinner stopped spinning, and the red misters would lean one way and only shoot water out one direction. I seen what seems like maybe a simpler more effective way just using a little hose and poking holes in it. This is going to be my first Airoponics grow as Ive always done Flood n Drain.
Yea I agree, I buy some stuff from Amazon and get it shipped to another address, but the systems are incredibly easy to build and cheap, these 300 - 500 price tags is criminal
OK so here's my dealio...I have an 8port manifold with a 330gph adjustable statuary pump. I plan to do a drip system to each of my 1.5" rockwool cubes then when they get bigger do a flood and drain system. I have the pump the manifold the piping for in between and 1/4" hosing to hook up my manifold to my drippers. But what size drippers do I hook up to? .5gph 1.0gph or 2.0gph?
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