dnewsome2

dnewsome2

Yes you can just simply stick it in a bucket of water to get all the Coco Off The Roots. Although it might be quite traumatizing for it.
 
Toph420

Toph420

They also make a specific insert you can put into your net pot (made by current culture) that is supposed to keep the coco in the net pot, just figured I'd point that out... haven't seen anyone running coco in their dwc though.
If you were to go that route I'd highly suggest emailing with cch2o on logistics for that.
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

I dont know how easy it will be getting the roots and the coco untangled...
If you gonna do it i would go with the inserts and not disturb the coco root ball...
just my opinion..
 
1diesel1

1diesel1

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I'm a soil grower. Experimented with coco last grow. Started clone in soil through veg.
Transplanted before flower to 30 gallon pot. Roots did great till week 5. At that point dropped ph 6.0 to ph 5.5. She poped right back preutty quick. Overall the outcome was better then I expected at harvest.
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

I'm a soil grower. Experimented with coco last grow. Started clone in soil through veg.
Transplanted before flower to 30 gallon pot. Roots did great till week 5. At that point dropped ph 6.0 to ph 5.5. She poped right back preutty quick. Overall the outcome was better then I expected at harvest.
Ya coco has a lil learning curve to it, can be hair pulling!
 
H

Highatollah

Are you starting from seed? You can get get coco collar inserts for an aeroclonor like an EZ clonor and then just transfer those to your UC pots like any other clone. With the collar on top of the crown and the fact you never fill the water that high, it won't get soaked.
 
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