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    %50 Rockwool %50 Dwc?

    Or 2 scrog nets on top of each other about 20cm apart each cable tied to the corner of the tent poles
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    %50 Rockwool %50 Dwc?

    I couldn’t see the bottom of your plant so I didn’t realize. I would also defoil some of your fan leaves. When light penetrates a leaf most of the light spectrums absorbed, the tiny bit of green that gets through hits the leaf underneath and causes it to close it’s stomata which pushes the...
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    %50 Rockwool %50 Dwc?

    I would be trimming the bottom of the plant to divert the energy to the top bud sites (look up lollipopping)and putting a rigid net over your plant the shape of a stadium(look up scrog). As your plant is finishing filling the net bring your lights gradually down to 12/12.
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    115v To 240v On An Air Conditioner

    I’m in the UK I live on a housing estate with around 150 houses on. Haven’t seen one house with a AC or it would be a no brainer using the mini split.
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    ‘Ammonium may accumulate in the soil, when this nitrogen conversion is limited or completely stopped if one or more of the following soil conditions are present (Mengel and Kirkby, 1987): Low soil pH conditions substantially depress microbial NH4+ oxidation. Lack of oxygen (e.g. waterlogged...
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    %50 Rockwool %50 Dwc?

    How often do you put fresh water and nutes in your setup?
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    ‘DESCRIPTION : Free flowing powdered mineral complex containing monopotassium phosphate, potassium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, potassium nitrate, calcium nitrate, borax, iron EDTA, ammonium molybdenum, manganese EDTA, and other non-hazardous ingredients which are trade secret. *Please refer to...
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    If this is the case we use a higher nitrate nutrient and cut the ammonium and use a ph down to suit veg or flowering.
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    ‘For many plants - especially fruiting plants like tomatoes or cucumbers - the ideal ammonium to nitrate ratio has been established to be around 2:8 and this usually implies that pH will tend to increase as a function of time since the amount of anions absorbed will be larger. Using larger...
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    The micro organisms break down urea/ammonia which are rarely present in hydro.
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    From my understanding the nitrate nitrogen is more suitable for environments with faster growth rates i.e. hydro, LED, Gavita’s with co2 use. So the higher ratio the better. A lot of the hydro nutrients don’t have a high ratio.
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    https://www.mendocinoproducerschoice.com/hyrdo This powder has 0% ammonium nitrate and 5% nitrate ion. It’s the only one I’ve found like this.
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    Hydroponic Research User Thread

    Any info on which nitrogen %’s they use in this powder? Nitrate nitrogen, urea nitrate or ammonium nitrate.
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    Nitrate Nitroge/ammonium Nitrate

    Hello people I was watching a video on YouTube the guy was saying his plants could handle more light when he upped the ratio of nitrate nitrogen to ammonium nitrate, he was in a drip system in rock wool so basically hydro, that got me thinking I then messaged Harley smith of npk industries and...
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    115v To 240v On An Air Conditioner

    I’ll get a split if there’s a proven way of cooling and putting the outdoor unit indoor. Can a box be built around it with its own intake and outake?
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