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    Default Peep holes in rdwc buckets

    Hello lads, just building a new RDWC, problem is I will struggle to put peep holes in due to the bucket shape.

    Do you lads think they are a must? The RDWC unit will only be used for flower I have a seperate one for veg. Problem is I do a sort of semi scrogg as I have height restrictions so once I get a net over them I will struggle to lift the pots. Once we are 2-3 weeks in the roots will need to look after themselves without any observation for the final 5-6 weeks.

    I could root trim just before flower which would maybe help to keep the roots out of the pipes but I have no experience of this. Should the roots even be trimmed at such a late stage (just before flip)?

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    I wouldnt put peep holes . Ya dont want light hitting your water .

    But you can make flaps of sorts that seal up nicely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    I wouldnt put peep holes . Ya dont want light hitting your water .

    But you can make flaps of sorts that seal up nicely

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    That's my problem Trex mate the net pots are 8 inch so don't have room on the top lid for a flap It would be a right job to put a flap on the side up high but if they are a must have I will do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toblue View Post
    That's my problem Trex mate the net pots are 8 inch so don't have room on the top lid for a flap It would be a right job to put a flap on the side up high but if they are a must have I will do so.
    Ohh . Well lifting the lid maybe your best option tbh tb

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