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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    yeah i leave it in the 25ltr tubs for 24hrs and i totally empty the wilma and add new water, im using ionic HW grow nutes, the EC of water before i add nutes is 0.6
    And what's your EC once you've added the feed? And the PH?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    And what's your EC once you've added the feed? And the PH?
    i added nutes until EC got to 0.8 and got the PH to 5.8, maybe its because it was dragging the old nutes and what not through the clay pebbles i dunno lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    i added nutes until EC got to 0.8 and got the PH to 5.8, maybe its because it was dragging the old nutes and what not through the clay pebbles i dunno lol
    Set the EC to 0.9 (0.3 true EC) and see how they look after a few days. PH at 5.8 and let it swing to 6.2 before resetting it back to 5.8.

    That's what I would do unless I'm missing something

    What are your temps and humidity like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    Set the EC to 0.9 (0.3 true EC) and see how they look after a few days. PH at 5.8 and let it swing to 6.2 before resetting it back to 5.8.

    That's what I would do unless I'm missing something

    What are your temps and humidity like?
    temp is 20.C humidity at 47%

    ok ill set it all to what you say thanks bro

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    update on my little baby, still waiting on calmag hopefully be here today, got ph to 5.8 and EC to 0.9
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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    update on my little baby, still waiting on calmag hopefully be here today, got ph to 5.8 and EC to 0.9
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    Got some updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    Got some updates?
    i got the calmag
    i will get some more pics up a bit later on she seems to have gone mad wild lol

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    to me she still does not seem very happy EC at 1.0 PH at 5.9 maybe EC to high ? very hard getting used to this EC business

    the leafs look and feel kind of thin and look like the new growth look deformed

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
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    to me she still does not seem very happy EC at 1.0 PH at 5.9 maybe EC to high ? very hard getting used to this EC business

    the leafs look and feel kind of thin and look like the new growth look deformed
    I'd dial the EC right down for a bit. The burnt tips make me think it's overfed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    I'd dial the EC right down for a bit. The burnt tips make me think it's overfed.
    ok thanks, they barley have any food do they lol i hardley put any food in the water at all, its very different to soil ill change water again today thanks for your help, ohh and btw im going to order the invisable sun kit at some point today or 2mora im going to go for the ISH265 pro kit that should do for what ive got what is the difference in the 3000k 3500k and the 4000k?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    ok thanks, they barley have any food do they lol i hardley put any food in the water at all, its very different to soil ill change water again today thanks for your help, ohh and btw im going to order the invisable sun kit at some point today or 2mora im going to go for the ISH265 pro kit that should do for what ive got what is the difference in the 3000k 3500k and the 4000k?
    Different spectrums are better for different stages of growth. You'll be pretty much fine with 3000K or 3500K from seed/clone to harvest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    Different spectrums are better for different stages of growth. You'll be pretty much fine with 3000K or 3500K from seed/clone to harvest.
    ok ive bought it with the 3500k that should also help her :-)

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    right ive done another res change my water is 0.6 EC by the time i put the changed water in the res that jumped up to 0.8 my PH was at 7.8 so PH'd it to 5.8 did the EC again and it jumped to 1.0 ? as everyone knows you cant get all the water out of wilma but there was only little amount left do i not add food or what, my water here where i am is shitty hard water its nasty to drink and seems my baby dont like it either, what do i do

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    right ive done another res change my water is 0.6 EC by the time i put the changed water in the res that jumped up to 0.8 my PH was at 7.8 so PH'd it to 5.8 did the EC again and it jumped to 1.0 ? as everyone knows you cant get all the water out of wilma but there was only little amount left do i not add food or what, my water here where i am is shitty hard water its nasty to drink and seems my baby dont like it either, what do i do
    I'm no expert but have you looked into a reverse osmosis water system? Sounds like your tap water quality might not be up to scratch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    I'm no expert but have you looked into a reverse osmosis water system? Sounds like your tap water quality might not be up to scratch.
    yeah i have been looking at that, yesterday i made a little filter myself with gravel and activated charcoal takes a bit of time to run the water through but should be a little better for her untill i can sort somthing else out, this is turning out very expensive lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    yeah i have been looking at that, yesterday i made a little filter myself with gravel and activated charcoal takes a bit of time to run the water through but should be a little better for her untill i can sort somthing else out, this is turning out very expensive lol
    It can add up, no argument there but in the long run you'll save thousands on buying shitty street weed! Silver lining, mate lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    It can add up, no argument there but in the long run you'll save thousands on buying shitty street weed! Silver lining, mate lol
    yeah thats very true, im actually doing this to make cbd oil for my wifes nan she has cancer just hope it helps when its eventually done, i bought this of ebay for 25 quid that should do it
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    its a 5 stage reverse osmosis should be also good for us for drinking

    if i use one of these will i need to change the feed from ionic HW to normal ionic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    yeah thats very true, im actually doing this to make cbd oil for my wifes nan she has cancer just hope it helps when its eventually done, i bought this of ebay for 25 quid that should do it
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    its a 5 stage reverse osmosis should be also good for us for drinking

    if i use one of these will i need to change the feed from ionic HW to normal ionic?
    Sorry to hear about your wife's nan's poor health. Cancer is such a scourge

    That RO system should hopefully do the job. I'm not 100% sure about the impact on your nutes. It's probably prudent to first get the system in place, see what the EC and PH of your tap water is then before you go replacing nutrients. That's what I would do

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    yeah i have been looking at that, yesterday i made a little filter myself with gravel and activated charcoal takes a bit of time to run the water through but should be a little better for her untill i can sort somthing else out, this is turning out very expensive lol
    First grow usually pays for it all just having that cash upfront

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