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Old 10-07-2017, 11:41 AM #4691
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This is a Hempy bucket thread. Not a dick swinging contest.
No one gives two squirts if you use a TDS meter or not.
There is no need to be condescending to someone who does.
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How would someone be able to run recirculating hydro without a TDS meter? (I realise hempy bucket isn't recirc btw)
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Old 10-21-2017, 01:34 AM #4693
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Howdy Yankee - I love the pics of your progress. I am new to hempy and had some minor questions I was wondering you can assist with.

1. In the Solo cups, how high was your overflow hole drilled into the cup from the bottom? I know the standard for buckets is 2" from bottom but what about your solo cups?

2. I have a seedling that is 3 weeks old and just seems stunted in growth. I don't have a camera now but it's literally about 1.5" tall and only about 3" wide. But it appears healthy and green. It did start with the first set of real leaves curled down and almost touching the 100% Perlite. I diagnosed it as overwatering and dialed back a bit to just i medium watering per day. Anyhow, I listed my details below and wonder if perhaps I can start with like 10% strength nutes. Suggestions?


Setup: 2x4x5 tent. Timber 200W COBS, 2 fast 2 furious auto, temps 70-72, RH 45, 24/0 lighting cycle. Seedlings in Rapid Rooters & 100% Perlite.

Thanks!
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Old 10-21-2017, 02:22 AM #4694
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Old 10-25-2017, 09:50 AM #4695
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This is a Hempy bucket thread. Not a dick swinging contest.
No one gives two squirts if you use a TDS meter or not.
There is no need to be condescending to someone who does.
Where's the "dick swinging contest"? I replied once to him about tds meters and that's it, there's no "dick swinging contest" going on here, I think your the one who's trying to start drama by even bringing it up?
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Old 10-29-2017, 06:39 PM #4696
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2. I have a seedling that is 3 weeks old and just seems stunted in growth. I don't have a camera now but it's literally about 1.5" tall and only about 3" wide. But it appears healthy and green. It did start with the first set of real leaves curled down and almost touching the 100% Perlite. I diagnosed it as overwatering and dialed back a bit to just i medium watering per day. Anyhow, I listed my details below and wonder if perhaps I can start with like 10% strength nutes. Suggestions?


Setup: 2x4x5 tent. Timber 200W COBS, 2 fast 2 furious auto, temps 70-72, RH 45, 24/0 lighting cycle. Seedlings in Rapid Rooters & 100% Perlite.

Thanks!
i know that i'm not the guy you asked but i dont want to leave you hanging so....
im no expert but i think you still might be over watering but you def should be feeding your plant nutes with every water. some people do full strength feeding from the start in these things.
feed that plant man!
she's got roots?
she's in a hydro system?
feed that plant!

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