Thanks Nugg!Ppm....that's to high bud...u should be like 100-200..looks like they are burnt up..I think I would think about changing the system a little...idk.
Well; we've made it to another Friday and both are still alive and kicking. I can't say they are exactly "thriving", but they seem to be doing more than just surviving. This grow is a pair of Moby Dick XXL Autos.
So it has been a few months. What do you think about your Pulse?I was thinking about getting a “pulse “ for my flower and if it impresses me as much as it claims/info shows online . I’ll prolly have it for my vegroom as well if it shows itself.
Those kind of tools can change % from success to failures or def a whole different ending grow cycle .
The software is A+ and it truly makes you allowable to see your grow rooms anywhere in the world in seconds . I just need to see if the pulse will work distance wise to my flower room ( either way if it doesn’t I will just have one in my be room)So it has been a few months. What do you think about your Pulse?
I like mine so much i have three and will buy a fourth soon.
The software is A+ and it truly makes you allowable to see your grow rooms anywhere in the world in seconds . I just need to see if the pulse will work distance wise to my flower room ( either way if it doesn’t I will just have one in my be room)
so far I’m extremely impressed by pulse , very nice add to my grow and equipment for any grower ( you can’t always be there, plus it logs it )
Where did u get the clips inside ur tote for those zip ties for the lines...I guess the best place to start is at the end. The end of the last grow that is....
First major question. What do I use to cleanup this disaster from the first go-round. I am assuming that i would want to come as close to sterile as possible.
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While i am doing the cleanup/refit. There are some mods i want to make.
1.) put the entire structure on wheels so i can get behind the damn thing.
2.) move the filter canisters to the outside (i'll have to remove & reverse the fans).
3.) add circulation fans under the tub to reduce the condensation that collects on the tub and then drips into the bottom, causing an awful mess and a potential for fungus, etc.
4.) change the pvc water lines to thicker rubber water lines to help with temp loss/gain control.
5.) relocate the air pump outside the cabinet. The vibration from the hose is too loud. The pump itself is suspended. that helped some. However running the airline ty-wraped to the thick rubber water lines (to reduce temp gain/loss of solution) reduces the vibration considerably. I am also going to use rubber airline to further reduce vibration noise (see red rubber airline hose in photo).
6.) going to set the tub on rubber vibration dampeners to help with the water pump vibration xfer.
7.) going to line the entire bottom of cabinet with 1/4 high density rubber as primary vibration dampener.
8.) last but not least, changing the Kind Series 2 xl300 LED for a KInd Series 2 xl450 LED grow light. The lights are mounted with four 140lb pull magnets (so that i don't have to drill hole in cabinet.
9.) purchased an additional circulation fan and another pair of magnets from which to hang both.
10.) I need to do something with the T-'s but they need to be movable... hhhuuummmm
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Time to get busy.... will post updates...