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danw666

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danw666 was last seen:
Aug 23, 2012
    1.  
      ManishWayz
      ManishWayz
      How has your grow been going?
    2.  
      bcurwi1
      bcurwi1
      Hey i dont really know much about you grow but if you give me some more info i might be able to help
    3.  
      ManishWayz
      ManishWayz
      I would use a fan, but I am not sure about the rest everything I have been doing so far is trial and error.
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      gopherbuddah
      gopherbuddah
      Sorry man but I don't know anything about those nutes. I don't think I'm gonna be alot of help on this subject. Good luck though
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      nas2007
      nas2007
      before i can tell u this i need to know a few things, how old are your baby's??
    6.  
      jhod58vw
      jhod58vw
      Sounds like Someguy15 already helped you out and said how much. Hope you figure it out. Bottle usually tells you how to mix it.
    7.  
      jhod58vw
      jhod58vw
      Not sure never used that stuff does the bottle tell you how many liters for a gallon container and cut in half. I'll try to look it up. Your fine bro not bothering me trust me been there before myself.
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      Someguy15
      Someguy15
      into water bro. I did the calc for 2L of water, not soil(coco). Mix up the water and nutes and pour on the coco. But you need to adjust the Ph to the correct range too (5.8-6.0). Lol too many thing to tell you in a short message.
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      jhod58vw
      jhod58vw
      Whats up bro?? a 2 liter is basically alittle more then 2 qts of water theres 4 qts in a gallon so safe you 1/2 gal as you measurement find a 1/2 gallon watering container to make it easier. Ask questions anytime no worries I'm still learning myself.
    10.  
      asdewqasdfgh
      asdewqasdfgh
      do you have a gauge for ppm? thats the only way to tell for sure what strength your nutrients are. i have never used those nutes.
    11.  
      Someguy15
      Someguy15
      How big are they? Full size plants will require more nutes then small ones. If you go to canna's website they have a calculator u can input some info and it will give you a guide you can print. 3.6ml/2l when they are small, or less if they are seedlings. Up to about 5ml when blooming. But go on the the site and check out the 'grow guide'. And when I say 3.6ml/2l that means 3.6ml of a and 3.6ml of b...don't mix them, add to water one at a time.
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      bigbillyrocka
      bigbillyrocka
      are you doing soil or hydro?
      with my soil grows i mix a 1/4 strength nutes to a gallon and then fill a glass (so its equal with each plant) and give them to my plants. any remaining nuts i jar up and put in a cool dark place till next watering. i hope thats what you were asking about :)
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      ManishWayz
      ManishWayz
      The first thing I would look at is with a 400 watt light you will want approx 4'x4'x6' space, otherwise you may burn the pants. As for the nutrients the best thing to do is look at the feed chart for nutrient company that you are using. When starting from seeds or clones do not use fertilizers. Now on to your tank, that will be based on the number of plants you will be feeding, but just keep in mind the your nutrients are done per the gallon and based on your grow system.
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      nas2007
      nas2007
      don't face the fan on the seedlings they to small yet,

      my t5 is a 250watts so my heated up a little and having a fan blowing on it, i kept it it about 10 to 12 inches away, butt yours is a 96 watts less then half of my t5, so you will be able to keep your light closer, a way to find out how close you can keep your ligh do the following put your back of your hand exactly where your plant top is, and if you hand feels nice and comfortable, so will your plant, if your hand feels really warm and heats up then the light is to close,

      on my first ever attempt all my seedlings died because the light was to close and was giving to much heat out
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      danw666
      danw666
      got the right cupboard cumming on monday but need to cool my plant somehow i dnt want to be cutting holes in it but will if i have to will a fan be okay with my t5 lightwave and how close can i have it ??
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      nas2007
      nas2007
      i got a t5, to they are brilliant for a first time grower barely any heat although u might need a bit of a fan blowing on it at times
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      nas2007
      nas2007
      @ danw666
      hello my friend, it doesn't matter where you grow, it matters in what condition your growing in, make sure the place is light tight, no light leaks when its dark period, check the humidity and the temperature, check the temperature ones the light is on for a few hours,

      having a fan blowing is a must you always want ur baby's having oxygen, and helps with the temperature and stops mold growing on ur buds so more fans is better but bare in mind, if you have a fan blowing on ur plants make sure its not on high speed,

      the other thing you need to think about is extracting air of your cupboard , and having fresh air pulled in.

      is your 400w light going to be in a air cooled reflector? if not then see into it

      i cant help you on feeding or watering, as your using auto pots but i will send you in the right direction, i seen one of my buddies making a thread on his auto pot grow let me find it and ill message you the link
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      konagirl420
      konagirl420
      I do everything at 1/4 strength
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      matthebrute
      matthebrute
      hey man, im really not sure to be honest, as long as the light is properly vented with a cool tube or a air cooled hood you should be alright but im really not posotive
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      konagirl420
      konagirl420
      yep should be just fine go light on nutes in my opinin!
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