Any advice, dos or donts with coco grow???

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Gdawwwg

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Its been a while....

Started out early this year with dwc in my first grow. Went drastically wrong 3 times lol

After reading up the basics and being told coco is more forgiving and better for beginners im going to give it a try.

I have :
Mars hydro 1.2x1.2m tent
Mars hydro 6 inch fan with controller
Mars hydro 450watt led
Dehumidifier and humidifier with controller
General hydroponics 3 part nutrients
Shogun silica
Ph up down

I will need to get some coco. I live in the uk so preferably uk based product. Iv seen canna coco and ecothrive with charge. Anybody used these??

Thinking 6 plants from cuttings

They will be in fabric pots, is 12 litre a good size??

Just looking for general advice.
Any specific dos and donts..
Or a good routine of daily things to do

Pretty much a noob seeking knowledge from the coco experts 😁
 
Aqua Man

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Can start here as most of the challenge in growing if you can keep a good environment is watering.

I recommend canna coco it’s certified pest free and is a quality product

 
Gdawwwg

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Can start here as most of the challenge in growing if you can keep a good environment is watering.

I recommend canna coco it’s certified pest free and is a quality product

Thanks man some good info in there. The canna coco seems a reliable brand from what people are saying. As soon as i get everything set up il drop a few pics
 
Observationist

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I’ve been learning coco, just follow aquaman coco threads, can’t go wrong.

Love the coco, I like going heavier with the perlite, then I add some vermiculite, sand and peat moss.

My mix maybe around 40/40 coco/perlite then the sand/Verm/ little bit of Peat
 
GrimReffer

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9 amnesia haze cuttings in canna coco. 11ltre fabric pots. Just set up today. Gunna feed water and root feed for now and proper nute feed on next watering
Make sure you never give just water in coco, always at least a low nutrient solution. Watch runoff EC/ppm as the get older and never let coco dry out and you should do fine in coco.
 

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