Is soil science a lucrative business? I was actually wondering this the other day while watching soil videos lol!An update on my not having time to fart situation: I'm quitting the job where I'm not the boss on December 31, unless I crack first (which still might happen). At the end of June I told them 6 months. Now I'm saying to myself, "Six??? WTF were you thinking?"
I'd really fuck up my bosses if I left now, and I like them. So only 157 days to go before I only somewhat fuck up my bosses.
They asked if I could help find a replacement soil scientist. Sorry, but the reality is that if you've seen one American soil scientist, you've seen us both. For some reason, 18-year old college freshman don't consider looking at dirt for a living to be exciting and sexy. These punk kids today...
Yes. Demand tends to follow the housing market, but climate change has also blown the roof off for us. The company I'm quitting at the end of the year is heavily involved in climate change issues. I'll still work with them, but only in my spare time.Is soil science a lucrative business? I was actually wondering this the other day while watching soil videos lol!
600 watt hps . There was a drainage system installed , but nothing flashy . I watered by hand with something I dont now the name of in English. The smaller pebbles are able to hold more water while without affecting the ability to flush and drain fast . It was very easy to change EC and PH levels around the roots very fast. I did have to use a lot of acid to bring down PH level all the time . The baken clay obviously reacted with acid all the time , I thought that this was a big disadvantage , but now I'm thinking , that it probably produced CO2 !Thanks for your kind response. Did you have a drainage system installed? What's the advantage of these denser pebbles?
It really looks like a heavy yield, what kind of lamp was used?
sounds as if you used citric for a downer?
Yes, there are many physiological changes documented with how leaves grow in response to the light environment.I believe that full power light right away will affect the rest of the plants live all the way to harvest.
No not after but during , 3 hrs hps, 6 hours both , 3 hrs hps again. I had more female plants. it were reg seeds.Yes, there are many physiological changes documented with how leaves grow in response to the light environment.
I'm curious did you use reg seeds and how was your male to female ratio?
just to get this straight, you increased the photoperiod in the first week to 18h by letting a 400W metal halide run after the 12h of 600W HPS?