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  • wanttogrowbetter
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    Keep your ppm low in Dwc around 400 in veg and 800 in flower your plans will tell you what they want for example let's say you mix up a new batch of solution today and pH everything correctly after a few days to a week you should be able to go back and check the solution if the PPM has dropped a lot that means you could offend the plants more if the PPM spikes and goes higher that means you could've found the plants a lot less the PPM stays right around the same as what you gave them that means you fed them perfectly check out hygrohybrid

  • Sir William Wallace
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    This is the only nutrie's I've used that have had ph issues. Ripen for example, tested water before adding ph 7.3/4 (standard from my area) then added 'ripen' & it shot to 5.2. Won't be using again although results were good.

  • gino pelfo
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    warning the ph can variate with temperature! and umidity! to do hydroponic you must take care with a temperature of the wather! 23°c costant!

  • Epic
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    Yo Brother if you read this, the system your growing in, hydroponics gives the roots water and nutrients as the enviroment, so 1 day the plants will drink just water, resulting in more nutrients to water ratio = raising ppm, the process works visa versa
    So a Res with PH of 5.8 and a PPM of 400 can change in just hours depending on what the plant drinks in
    Drinks nutes = Lowers PH
    Drinks Water = Raises PH
    Thank you

  • Sylvia J. Pabon
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    Hydroponics is a good system but it also have some disadvantage, you need to shop for some "plant food", nutrition and supplements that can be high-priced. Before building any hydroponics system, you should look at the advantage of aquaponics system, which can automate 95% of work.

  • no viewers
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    yeah ph perfect awesome nutes no complain in dwc no ph check no ppm test mix and that it until next res change what company do it better go advanced

  • ponics4me
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    Looks nice! You can avoid those pH issues if you use the pH Perfect nutes from Advanced Nutrients. I use them and I haven't had to pay any attention to pH at all.

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