Cool, yeah budget isnt an issue. I have no negative air pressure yet, waiting on a timer for my intake. That also could be an issue.
There is no reason to put the intake on a timer. In fact an intake fan is not needed. You can use passive air for the intake you just have to size it correctly. The passive air intake needs to be 2 1/2 times the exhaust air duct size. Meaning the air of the duct needs to be 2 1/2 times the square inches of the exhaust. Negative pressure will make the walls of the tent suck in and there is no advantage to loosing area in the tent IMO.Cool, yeah budget isnt an issue. I have no negative air pressure yet, waiting on a timer for my intake. That also could be an issue.
Just seen this, dunno what you mean by exec, and i even googled it lol. Ill assume you are asking if i like growing in hydro. I can say I have less than 6 months growing experience. I have never grown anything ever in dirt, not even outside, nothing. So when I decided to grow, something made me research Hydro and the different methods. I started with DWC while building my rdwc system. Ive done so much hydro research, and have seen so many diary's and yields. Like from my understanding and visual confirmation, You will either get double the yield, or cut your grow time down drastically, if done perfect, when compared to a perfect soil grow. I looked at it like this, if im going to do it, im going to do it the best possible way. Yet I love being challenged and learning from my mistakes, alot do not. Some will quit after they fail on their first DWC and go right back to soil. Some will fail on a drain and fill and never look at hydro again.Hey, do you really like exec? I’ve been growing in soil almost 30 years now, but been thinking of trying it out to see diffence in quality, taste, potency, resin, and weight.