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Old 01-21-2013, 07:31 AM #11
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I'm pretty picky about smoking, so I've been using it in coco because it improves taste and burn quality. Salt accumulation isn't easy to flush with plain water because coco has high cation exchange capacity. Drip clean at 0.4 ml/gal helps immensely, allowing for a clean burn with no flush. Or you can flush and get it even cleaner, but some claim that there is less "fullness" to the smoke.
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oh no doubt DHF, i feel what your sayin

i just tell people to save their $ only because i, at one time, fell for all that extra boosters and useless nutrient shit

once people realize you dont need to feed heavy if feeding regularly in coco, the better off we'll all be, ya know?

like you said, you never ran over 750. i myself max out at 850 w/ HG coco base and hydroplex in flower with zero salt problems
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Thanks guys that's the feed back I was looking for because I'm looking to do a coco grow but am not wanting to waste nutes on runoff because that shit adds up! So yeah sounds good
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Ive used drip clean for about 2 years. I would say what i found, was that all them nutes stay in there
when watering.

so your ppm go very high were you would have to flush aggressively and your plants get deficiencies.i would water with no run off ..by the way
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