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hand balling plants HERBS

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Before growers got into hydro etc etc,all the feeding was done by hand,IM SURE THIS SKILL HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN,is there any info out there on hand balling,watering plants by hand,ive tried most systems and had a leak or 2 as allways.and whats the strength in food cf ph.ex at the moment i have

8 large whxxe wxxxxw in coco im useing cxxxa coco,and mixing the food as for hydro,i probbably havent explained as good as i should.or as any STAFF members got any good books i can borrow or buy.

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Hey man :)

I buy buckets and place each plant pot in their own one, I then hand water from a big reservoir right next to them until it runs out the bottom. It ensures you get a 5-20% runoff without making a mess of the floor :)

Once water stops running out of the bottom, just place pot back into the drip tray :)

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Sometimes we really want those posts count up so we can pass the spam filter but be sure to make sure the thread is up to date. This thread is from 2013... ;)


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