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Yeah it’s odd, not seeing anything new now just what was there before which I removed, few small blotches on the leaf set that was above it but nothing new. Just running plain tap water, the only filter I run is for chlorine and chloramine, and VOC’s. Besides that growth has been crazy on both, finally not fighting Low RH anymore, seems to be stable around 60% with the humidifier down to minimum
My top net used to be the cheap plastic nylon shit. I stopped using it as it cut into stems and foliage if I did tucking and LST. I’ll use the rest of that netting on the veggies. It’s only food.Shoutout to @Zen_Seeker for his scrog net design, went out this morning and started on my own, 2x4 version that will sit in one side of the 4x4 with most likely Frostette in it, legs heights will be adjustable, they have screwed tees for the leg poles that can adjust about 3/4” to level the table on uneven floors, if I decide to (they where in my hand) almost did threaded 3/4” bushings in the bottom with 3/4” caps to add another 3/4” of leveling adjustment, top net risers can be changed out either by simply removing or I may have 4 /6 / 8 / 10 /12” risers all on hand with couplings so I can adjust as needed, legs same thing once I find proper height to be above my 5 gallon buckets I’ll cut them down and add the threaded feet probably, but so far the table costs about $45 just grabbing stuff at the local hardware store so I know it could be done at least $10 cheaper thanks again @Zen_Seeker for the idea
Here’s what I bought
40’’ of pipe (bought in 5’ lengths watch your cuts to get all pieces cut out correct before cutting I have 2x 8” pieces leftover)
8x 3/4” tees
4x 3/4”x3/4”x3/4” threaded tee
4x 3/4”x 3/4” threaded adapters
8x 3/4” elbows
Oh and $8 for 5’x30’ of netting will be here tomorrow, bought 2 for that price I can use some in the garden for the beans etc I’ll probably use zip ties for now to secure the nets I want them tight all the way around like banjo tight
Oh and can be changed to a 4x4 setup easily by just swapping out the 4 pieces of pipe on the side rails between the tees, also did not glue anything all tips will be held together by friction and netting, legs and risers aren’t going anywhere lol can barely get them apart there all in tight
Hmm...I've used nylon netting forever and never had a cutting issue like that.My top net used to be the cheap plastic nylon shit. I stopped using it as it cut into stems and foliage if I did tucking and LST. I’ll use the rest of that netting on the veggies. It’s only food.
Haha yeah I’ll change stuff up here and there I want a nice full top so I’ll get her up under that first net nice and give her another topping or 2 lol, then see what she doesMy top net used to be the cheap plastic nylon shit. I stopped using it as it cut into stems and foliage if I did tucking and LST. I’ll use the rest of that netting on the veggies. It’s only food.
Awesome setup! Where do you get those treys at the bottom I can’t find them anywhere
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