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Old 04-11-2007, 11:53 PM #31
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Hi Grat3fulh3ad

wow i can't believe i missed this thread till now. it's great to see you figure your own approach to feeding in coco. will be cool to have another example of successfully growing in coco with non specific nutrients. it's gonna be interesting, i'm reserving this seat

great work so far, peace
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Old 04-12-2007, 04:28 AM #32
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Great to see ya doing so well with the coco already, i knew you would love it and i cant wait to see those girls deep in flower.
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Old 04-12-2007, 04:35 AM #33
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great to see more ppl seeing how good cocco is you will love it

and reuseable ................. how ya goin gr3ats
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Old 04-12-2007, 06:21 AM #34
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This should be a good show Gonna tag this one and learn.....welcome to the coco forum

It's gonna be a fun thread as we learn together...


SuperNuck... The coco I get is in a 12inch x 12inch x 6inch brick and has no lable...I'm using the coco all by itself, and just the micro/bloom/epsom solution mentioned earlier... If I'd seen coco nutes at the shop, I might have picked some up... but I saw none, and am fairly familiar with the genhydro, so am going this route...

Highyas to Truecannabliss, Gaius, Indica Sativa, Tricky, Protoge, Red, and any of you guys I missed... Thanks for checking my grow, Stay tuned much more to come...
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Old 04-12-2007, 06:40 AM #35
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Grateful-- you look to be dialing in the wonderful coco very quickly. I have used it for 3 years and love it. I do like aeritating the coco a bit-- about 30%. Roots love to breathe.

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Hey H3ad,

Gotta love the coco eh, welcome aboard. After only a little over a half grow of this stuff I think i have already decided I'll be using this stuff for quite some time, it's so forgiving and the growth rate is phenominal. pH hardly ever moves after recirc dripping for weeks even without pre-flushing the coco (guess it was good luck or pre-buffered coco)

Anywho, your ladies look great as usual and I cant wait to see them pack on the weight here in the upcoming weeks
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Great grow there, god this coco forum simply rocks now a days.
I´m watching

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Old 04-12-2007, 05:26 PM #38
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oldpeculiar - that plant in the folgers can is AWESOME!!!




rosy cheeks - what pH issues are you having? like aba said, we've had trouble getting ours to budge anywhere but 5.8 - 6.0 the entire time...sometimes letting the res wait two weeks.
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Hello H3ad,

Your plants look great, no burn or def that I can see at all.

Are you using r/o water? Also are you flushing on a regular basis or at all?

Thanks for the inspiration, after my batch of soil is finished I plan on using coco, some watered like your doing and some in a dwc.
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Hello H3ad,

Your plants look great, no burn or def that I can see at all.

Are you using r/o water? Also are you flushing on a regular basis or at all?

Thanks for the inspiration, after my batch of soil is finished I plan on using coco, some watered like your doing and some in a dwc.
Thanks chuck... I'll get a pic where you can see size, and post it up in a bit...

Using tap water... No flushing, that's part of my nute strategy, keep the ppm just low enough that flushing is unnecessary... up untill the plant is finishing, anyhow, gotta flush then... will use tap water run thru a pur water filter...
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