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    Yea looks like that but it have a plastic-cover over too.
    Well, now it sounds like a shitty distance. But im way to impatient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ern View Post
    The stretch was before the burn, not anymore after.
    The Ec of the water im using is 0.1. After I added feed I have 0.4-0.5.
    The proper feed level with general hydroponics trio for seedlings is 1, 2, 1 milliliters of g, m, b per US gallon. So you may be running a bit hot .

    Rockwool has to be pH balanced before you start, did you do that? I hate rockwool I much prefer Coco plugs that are pre-treated with nutrients. Like rapid rooters from general hydroponics.

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    Yea, I used ph of 5.5-5.8. Can cocoplugs go in DWC system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingo View Post
    The proper feed level with general hydroponics trio for seedlings is 1, 2, 1 milliliters of g, m, b per US gallon. So you may be running a bit hot .

    Rockwool has to be pH balanced before you start, did you do that? I hate rockwool I much prefer Coco plugs that are pre-treated with nutrients. Like rapid rooters from general hydroponics.

    J

    I second rapid rooters. Love them for seedlings and clones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ern View Post
    Yea, I used ph of 5.5-5.8. Can cocoplugs go in DWC system?
    Yeah Coco Plugs are just fine in deep water culture. That was what I was using them for I don't use them anymore now that I do soil.

    The Rockwell plugs have to be soaked in a large container of solution I can't remember the correct pH. But I never liked that aspect of them.


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    Any1 tried Canna Rhizotonic or could I use Mycorrhiza on rockwool cubes?

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    1 week from the first picture.


    Not too good, Im glad I put a new seed into germination after all.

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    The new seed broke the stem early but the one with the light burn made it after all.

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    Im amazed how well it went even tough we had a rough start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5ern View Post
    Im amazed how well it went even tough we had a rough start.
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    Looking good!

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