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Old 04-30-2019, 03:33 PM #51
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I did do a root examination. While I was pleased, I attributed it to the mix that I was trying out at the same time. I was doing a trial with Pittmoss simultaneously. Other stuff I hadn't used before. Zeolite, pumice, marine char, along with a hoard of nutrients and prefermented amendments.

I really like the Pittmoss, except for price.

A pot full of roots. A lot of fine hairs. No signs of root strangulation. Soil moist through out. I'd say as good as the Smart pots I was using. Maybe better. Not at all like plastic pots with roots running down the sides.

Certainly stiffer and should last longer.


Did I mention, I like spending other peoples money?

Thanks for the feedback. I like to hear from people who actually have bought a product compared to a hundred testimonials from a seller or a sellers website. I think these sound like what I need to use to replace my beat up bags.

AND I got a wife who likes to spend my money as well Im not sure who spends our money faster, me or her !! She like shoes and clothes and I like grow stuff and seeds.
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Thanks for the feedback. I like to hear from people who actually have bought a product compared to a hundred testimonials from a seller or a sellers website. I think these sound like what I need to use to replace my beat up bags.

AND I got a wife who likes to spend my money as well Im not sure who spends our money faster, me or her !! She like shoes and clothes and I like grow stuff and seeds.
I used to be a contractor. I'll spend your 10k and then some.
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You'll see the quality if you spring for them. At the price, I doubt they'd stay in business otherwise.
And they are bling. A little bling in the garden keeps it exciting. Let her pick out the colors.
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I just ordered a few. 15% discount "codacash" !! Dont know if it works for all. First purchase discount.
Hope these are as durable and work as well as advertised. In a couple months next grow will be the first use.
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Whats in that blumat a float valve ?





I have been looking into to sensor ones non electric would be the one im looking for if it works well.
My concern would be running nute water through them and clogging maybe its not a issue?
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I have been looking into to sensor ones non electric would be the one im looking for if it works well.
My concern would be running nute water through them and clogging maybe its not a issue?
Take this with a grain of salt, because I have no personal experience with the Blumats. I am collecting parts myself for my small grow room.

But from what I've seen others report, it's hit or miss on sending nutes through the Blumats depending on what nute regiment you're using. Some do just fine, others gunk and clog up to the point of being unusable.

I plan on running plain RO water through mine, so I should have no issues.
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Take this with a grain of salt, because I have no personal experience with the Blumats. I am collecting parts myself for my small grow room.

But from what I've seen others report, it's hit or miss on sending nutes through the Blumats depending on what nute regiment you're using. Some do just fine, others gunk and clog up to the point of being unusable.

I plan on running plain RO water through mine, so I should have no issues.
As someone who has used Blumats for years and sell commercial systems and custom designs with them, I would recommend not putting anything through the blumats but clean water. You can always water over the top with any nutrients or have a separate delivery system.
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question for everyone what media you have in your grow bags?
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