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Old 05-20-2019, 03:53 PM #21
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JanK. I've never been good at hamp buckets. Id like to try again some time.
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Old 05-20-2019, 06:09 PM #22
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Hi, i' m not so expert to go for real hydro instead.
And so hempy buckets, it suits my needs.
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Old 05-20-2019, 09:54 PM #23
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JanK. I've never been good at hamp buckets.
how you mean? hard to get more uncomplicated than those
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Old 05-23-2019, 08:19 AM #24
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I'm contemplating rigging up either an undercurrent setup or possibly building a mini true high pressure aeroponics setup. I've been meaning to try high pressure aeroponics for a while.
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I got a few little units from fast roots cloners. When I ordered I thought they was 3-5gal dwc units. But there little 1gal buckets, with the stone and pump outside that splashes up the water. I'm tinkering with a couple Tom Hill Haze clones seeing how they work. Ive grew in soil only over 25yrs and never tried hyrdo, or anything besides soil....and a 1 time coco coir blunder. Ive never been a DIY guy with making cloners and stuff like this. But these Fast Roots cloners are pretty cool. I dunno if one could flowering a plant in the units, but it could probably be done
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If I may suggest, a one gallon milk jug. Cut off the top insert a 3in net cup, an airline to a bubbler can be ran through the handle cut off close to the top. Any opinions?
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I'm contemplating rigging up either an undercurrent setup or possibly building a mini true high pressure aeroponics setup. I've been meaning to try high pressure aeroponics for a while.
Good luck with that rabbit hole sir
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