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  1. @Crex is right, we sometimes complicate things to much [emoji12] Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  2. Like mentioned don't put drip tray directly on heatmat, your roots might get to hot, my tray was about 1-3 mm above heatmat, but you have to play around, to see what works for your investment bro [emoji2936] Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  3. It will help to up the heat by a degree or 3 if your airflow through the box isn't alot, with seedling you don't need alot of fresh air but you need some atleast. I had a small box like you with a 60w Led light and a heating pad and it worked fine in winter BUT..... I turned my top outlet fan around so it blew air in over the light to spread that warm air around and my outlet was at the bottom, that way I used the warmer air a little longer. Slightest warm temps outside and that box heats up quickly. Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  4. You can use them, haven't came across any negative vibes from them and they have been around for a few years Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  5. You can use that plugs and just put the plug in the soil/final pot, those plugs are amazing Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  6. Whoha, I'm also a BIG Growopz fan [emoji868] Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  7. Correct me if I'm wrong, if option is limited one of the basic things to do is to agitate the water, I used a small pump and hanged it on a floater so the pump was 30cm under the surface, then my outlet was fix on the side and a few cm above water and with a angle. That helped to create some oxygenation and a current, no smells or anything. Hope my 2cents helps Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  8. I just bump the EC of rainwater with that, used GHE, GHP and GH Floracoco to set desired EC after that. Never used the Horti A&B but I'm sure it's all more or less the same, other members can assist hopefully Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  9. I use the granules as is tho, as@Totemic said it lasts a long time. Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  10. I use the granules as is tho, as@Totemic said it lasts a long time. Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  11. Hi, I'm using 25L buckets with rainwater I add halve a teaspoon or little less till my EC is about 0,2-0,3 and then I added my nutes and let it stand for 30min and then check PH, adjust if needed and check again after 30 min, il check ph again the next day before feeding plants. Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  12. GGG

    Im new

    Welcome, your set up is fine and we will quide you and maybe you us [emoji6] Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  13. This might help, you don't have to be on point, 10% difference won't make a difference Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
  14. My bad, Malawi cob [emoji38] Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk
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