Doniusz77

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Hi, today second week veg. 

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What's your ec an ph number brother?

 

Anyway, they looks healthy and happy, let's go for the vigorous hydro grow!!

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hi brothers, because for my EC is in the second week i have 0.6, and for ph it remains at 5.8, I will not tell you exactly because I gave up electronic ph measurement because I came to the conclusion that these testers are one great failure, I use a drop to measure ph, which unfortunately never disappointed me and electronics and that is why I gave up electronics a long time ago. greetings

 

 

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Thanks for the infos @Doniusz77.

 

As you can see i just edited your text to translate in english ;-)

 

 

Have a nice and beautifull day

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Hehe thanks, English is my second language and I try to write as accurately as possible with the help of the Google translator hehe.

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Hi, i love DWC, however it only get used here in winter as the tempeture is not easy to keep down in water during summer.

Cant wait to see results in this room, pulling in my chair before this room is to full.

jane. :clapping:

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2 hours ago, Mama Jane said:

Hi, i love DWC, however it only get used here in winter as the tempeture is not easy to keep down in water during summer.

Cant wait to see results in this room, pulling in my chair before this room is to full.

jane. :clapping:

hi, i have a chiller so i have no problem in summer with keeping the water temperature 17-18 degrees non stop

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Looking nice and green here 👌

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7 hours ago, OG.Naj said:

Wygląda tu ładnie i zielono 👌

Thank you

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Looking good 👌

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Looking nice, do you plan to top or supercrop your plant?

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hi, yes I plan to do cropping a week before switching to flowering

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Hello again.

 

Very nice plant, how much longer before you flower this baby.

 

jane.

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sometimes 7.8 weeks, but not for weeks here, I always switch to flowering when the plants are 100cm.

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I would like to see those roots and the internal part of the machine is possible?

 Regards

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at the moment I can only show that much, I will show the rest of the roots after the harvest

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Thanks bro 

Enough thank you very much for showing it, I am passionate about hydroponic pots

 

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Good evening.

 

Congrats, she is an absolute stunner. Gong to be an interesting flowering stage i really cant wait.:clapping:

 

jane. :drag::yahoo:

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Beautiful plants 👏💯💯

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