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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    Ok you win. I could make up some numbers too but what’s the point. The OP has seen your plants and mine. He can decide what he wants to do. Why are you selling this so hard?
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    Agreed. But just for the record, I’m obscenely large 😂
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    Haha, you wish you could pull the weight I do per light. And I guarantee mine tastes / smells better. I’m just trying to help out the OP. It’s up to him to decide which method is right for him.
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    Not bad, but could be better...
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    I see a lot of issues. Yes, you have plants. But they could be better....
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    This is complete BS. Clean your system after every run and you won’t have any issues with the lines.
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    I don’t think there is a “right” way to grow in coco. However, there are some ways that are more effective than others. Auto drippers are not “lazy”. They are the most effective way to reliably deliver nutrients to the pots consistently. The plants will become accustomed to multiple daily feeds...
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    Runoff EC always creeping up

    I’m growing the same way. I think your EC is a little high. I would recommend bringing it down to 1.0. I think 4x a day is fine. I’ve done up to 6x a day in 3gal fabric pots. Yucca is great as a surfactant. It’s just a pain to mix in powder form. I mix the powder into a small amount of warm...
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    What Should My Runoff Ppm Be?

    Yes.
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    Trying to get through this hump

    If it’s been in the same pot of Coco Loco for 5 weeks. Time to start feeding bottled nutes or transplant. That looks like the soil is running out of nutrients.
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    Curing humidity question, need guidance

    I go by when the small stems crack, not necessarily snap off. From the parameters you mentioned I think you’ll be fine.
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    are those balls or hairs?

    The first one is male. The second one is still too early to tell for sure. But I’m leaning towards male.
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    Need some help with bug identification.

    Ah, well done sir. Thank you.
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    Need some help with bug identification.

    Hey all I found these little guys on the underside of one leaf (which I removed). I haven’t been able to find any others. The plants are about a month old. What do you think they are?? Thanks 🙏
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    Curing humidity question, need guidance

    Once I go into jars, I burp once a day for the first week or two. Then every few days for a week. At a month into cure if I’m going to use them (and they are not a must have item) I’ll throw in a humidity pack and only burp the jars once a month.
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    Curing humidity question, need guidance

    Yup, you’re good. You want to extend the drying time to 10-14 days. If you’re at 70*f and 55%RH it may take 10 days to dry. If you’re at 60*f and 60%RH it may take 14 days. As long as your in that range somewhere, you’ll have good flower. At least that’s been my experience.
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    Understanding percentage of runoff in coco

    It’s generally an estimate. I fertigate by time. I run the pump until the pot is dripping quickly and then shut it off. As long as I’m getting runoff that’s flushing old salts and refreshing the coco I don’t worry about it beyond that.
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    are those balls or hairs?

    Yes, those all look like baby branches. Needs a little more time before it starts to show pre-flowers. Pre-flowers will show up after the branch has developed more and on the main stem.
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    A Dyna-Gro Pro-TeKt feed question

    When do you cut silica?
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    A Dyna-Gro Pro-TeKt feed question

    I was the same. Do you get a fair amount of sediment in your res after a few days? Nutrients falling out of suspension? Allowing the silica to fully integrate into the water will reduce its reaction to other nutrients. Also, potassium silicate needs time to under go chemical changes in the water...
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