Root Aphid Annhiliation (pics)

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EYE1DER

I'm bubbling another batch this time with mallasse I read somewhere you can't add too much so i figure what the hell I'll do 5 tablespoons per gallon of tea.
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

But doesn't hydroguard have the same micros as the packs?
It might have some of the same, but i add it anyway... Maybe just my personal preference. A dude with 30 yrs growing exp recommended i put them in too, so i do... He is the one that has taught me everything so far, so lol i got to go with his recs!
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

Will the foilar pack work to keep mites away if I get the humidity up to 80?
Yes it will help with pests, as for rh at 80%, unless your in a clone room, that seems excessive. I mean i run higher rh, with in vpd parameters, but im never over 65% unless cloning... Carbon filters tend to not work at 80% rh levels or higher...
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

Yes it will help with pests, as for rh at 80%, unless your in a clone room, that seems excessive. I mean i run higher rh, with in vpd parameters, but im never over 65% unless cloning... Carbon filters tend to not work at 80% rh levels or higher...
If you are trying to get within vpd levels i recommend lowering your daytime temps to 73 and 60% rh before higher temps and higher rh, unless in the clone room.... plenty of air flow!!!!!!!
 
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EYE1DER

I run a sealed flower room with 2 24000 btu splits, open hoods no glass, 9k lights, co2 burner.

I also have a small 4" carbon filter/fan that comes on when lights are off to cycle the air out of the room since the splits aren't running as often.
I'm in colorado so it's pretty dry here.
I like 85F 70% rh 1200 ppm co2 the plants eat and drink twice as fast vs 75F.
The heaters kick on when lights are off to never let night time temps dip below 78F. Or I will get powdery mildew
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

I run a sealed flower room with 2 24000 btu splits, open hoods no glass, 9k lights, co2 burner.

I also have a small 4" carbon filter/fan that comes on when lights are off to cycle the air out of the room since the splits aren't running as often.
I'm in colorado so it's pretty dry here.
I like 85F 70% rh 1200 ppm co2 the plants eat and drink twice as fast vs 75F.
The heaters kick on when lights are off to never let night time temps dip below 78F. Or I will get powdery mildew
Well shit, my bad... I didnt realize you were running c02... and so u find making sure that your night time temps dont dip under 78 your good huh?
So you run 85f and 70% rh during lights on and 78 lights off.. do you keep rh at 70% at night too?
So do you think running 85f and 70% rh without c02 enrichment would be for nothing? Im interested in listening to your thoughts.
 
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EYE1DER

Especially in winter months I have to keep lights off temps at 78 or I will get pm for sure.
I pull in fresh air from out side when lights are off so my RH will drop to 40-50.
My splits have heating function to keep the room warm at night.

I can't say for sure rather running 85F without co2 would be a benefit as I've never flowered with out co2. I believe genetics play a big role in what temps are best suited for each type of strain.

I tend to stay with 70/30 sativa/indaca.
 
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EYE1DER

The 2end treatment won't be until Thursday. It's way worse right under the rapid rooter plug there's like balls of them. Now I know why it was taking so long for the plants to show roots because the root aphids were eating the faster than could grow roots
 
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