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    ok i got my EC meter today and tested it in the water and it came up with this can anyone help tell me what this means,

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    ok i got my EC meter today and tested it in the water and it came up with this can anyone help tell me what this means,

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    You’ve got it set to total dissolved salts, when you want it set to electro conductivity mate. Do you know how to change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    You’ve got it set to total dissolved salts, when you want it set to electro conductivity mate. Do you know how to change it.

    no there is a mode button on it but that just changes it to ppm its only a cheap one

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    this came with it
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    what is the best cheapest EC meter to buy i ant got a clue about these things

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    what is the best cheapest EC meter to buy i ant got a clue about these things
    You can convert tds to ec im sure mate theres a conversion table on google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    You can convert tds to ec im sure mate theres a conversion table on google.

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    thanks for that mate i will take a look think i am going to invest in one of these later

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    ok i found these premier blue water test things about my house i remember buying them for the pool out back ive just tested my water coming into the house with them i live in a hard water area and i want my babies to have a good life while there here so what do you guys think of the water into the house ?
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    by what i see on the stick starting from top to bottom
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    i do have a water distiller but its only 4 lrts every 3 hours and my res in my wilma is 65ltrs i think so in total i think it was going to take me 18 and half hours to distill that amount lol

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    ok no scrimping and scraping i went out and bought these today, my water from tap is flickering from 0.4 to 0.6 with no nutes in it.

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    and here is mother once she is big enough im going to be taking daughters of here let them grow a wee bit then turn them all, im feeding baby with distilled water with 1ml rhizotonic per 1ltr of water, is that right?


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    right so when i get into it someone said feed them 15mins every hr is that 24/7 or just when lights are on? because im sure i got told somewhere not to feed them in dark periods.

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    can anyone help ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
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    You can do either imo. Some don't water/feed during lights off. I've done both and couldn't tell the difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    You can convert tds to ec im sure mate theres a conversion table on google.

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    There are several PPM scales. Be sure to know which one your meter uses before you try to convert or it will cause issues

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    ok no scrimping and scraping i went out and bought these today, my water from tap is flickering from 0.4 to 0.6 with no nutes in it.
    Those will see you right, mate. Worth the cash

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    There are several PPM scales. Be sure to know which one your meter uses before you try to convert or it will cause issues
    yeah i went out and bought the bluelab truncheon set me back ?70 but people say its worth it


    thank you whiplash atm im hand feeding the mother until she gets a bit bigger

    i just need to do some reading now on EC for when they get bigger kinda scary esp with all the cash put in lol my next buy is going to be a invisable sun set up i need to save a bit of wonga for that but will be worth it by what i have read
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    hi guys/gals

    been working hard figuring out this new wilma in clay balls my leafs are starting to curl at the ends with light yellow tips im sure this is either hi ph or over fed so did res change today as the ph and ec was really high my water is 0.6 on ec meter and brought the ph to 5.8 with added nutes to 0.9 to 1.0 on the ec, have i done the right thing? ive just ordered calmag to add that also by what i have read its good along side ionic, pics below

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    0.3 above background EC is fine for that stage of growth. That shouldn't cause further burnt tips but the damaged leaves won't correct themselves so check the new growth rather.

    She's lanky though. What lights did you finally decide to use? How close are they to the plants?

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    it seems to be taking forever to grow does this one, at the moment for this stage im using a 300w cfl grow bulb untill i can afford a invisible sun led set up the light is about 2 foot of the plant i think

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    Good start mate , u feeding 15 mins per hour 24/7 ? That’s what I used to do in my Wilma as clay pebbles don’t hold the water and regular feeding pulls fresh oxygen down through the roots. Plants looking good so far. Always a bit of a battle at the start with feeds until the plant has enough up top and down below to process it all.

    Bring the cfl down closer to the top never used one but as close as u can get it test with the back of your hand for heat maybe about 6-8 inches away I reckon if it’s cool enough

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