Grams per kilowatt hour
I plan on vegging 3-4 weeks. Gelatto apparently only needs 8-9 weeks of flower. I hope my return hose is big enough. But the way I look at it, the more roots, the less water I have to pump/chill. But we will see how it works out.If you don't mind I have some thoughts...
So how long do you plan on vegging? I ask due to your return line size being small. If your grow goes perfect, I would think they would plug on you.
How much did you pay for this kit and does it have a separate res on it?
What water temp you trying to run? We could have a discussion that would counter the reasons you bought the chiller. I like 72f and can would like to see more people do this, but it's more for those who are already use to their system.
Id also say all your buckets and piping should be painted black to reduce light leaks.
Other than that man I'm here to watch you grow bro. I'm sure with your dedication you will be loving life here shortly.
What app do you use? I just got “lghtmtr” on iOS but the reading goes max to 4000. While I see on the internet the lux goes in the 10.000’s.It's light intensity you need to find out. Lux meter (cheap) par meter (mid) quantum meter (not cheap)
I use an app on my phone just for reference but learning to read the plants eliminates and need and they are all only capable of reading the intensity and not what the plant wants.
I just lowered the water. Their condition are definitely getting worse so far. I can see the change with the hours. I hope that this fixes the issue!Lower the water a touch then. Probably why some are drooping. You can't keep rockwool soaked and it will wick up.
Take a pic of the whole plant from the side.I just lowered the water. Their condition are definitely getting worse so far. I can see the change with the hours. I hope that this fixes the issue!
when I bought my nutes, I was told that I could fix the most common nutrition toxicity/deficiency’s. I just have the 3 part of GHE flora nova, and some cal-mag.
If I have, let’s say a Nitrogen toxicity. Should I just water down the whole thing, or make new solution with less Nitrogen? What do you do?
I turned the dimmer up and gave them more light when I came home. I turned them back down when I saw that there was an issue. The 600W lights are a small meter (top of plant, 96cm to be exact) of the plant.How close are your lights? Back them way way off.
Temps (air and water) and humidity?
Ph change since lat check and how long has it been?
Can you wiggle some hydroton out of the way without moving the rockwool and see if it wet?
Wanna be down to about 5.5-5.6 to start.I turned the dimmer up and gave them more light when I came home. I turned them back down when I saw that there was an issue. The 600W lights are a small meter (top of plant, 96cm to be exact) of the plant.
58% humidity, 28 degrees Celsius
pH is stable for the last 6hours at 6.0 since I added the last batch of pH down (came from 6.4 when I got from work)
edit: rockwool feels moist at the top. I felt it before I lowered the water. Water is lower now. They barely touch the netpot in some pots, in other pots they are in the net pot (floor isnt water level)
So the water will not be touching the netpots? I also forgot to put Hydroguard in, I only putted Hydroguard for the first 107L. Should I add hydroguard for the other 160L? I’m going to start to get the pH down to 5,6. Adjusting the lightsWanna be down to about 5.5-5.6 to start.
Water 1" below the net pot. Don't raise it up until the roots are established.
Light at 48" for now.