Hopefully the correct place for this. Watering daily in coco has it's up sides for oxygenation but also it's downsides such as fungus gnats. A true downside is that daily watering washes out microbial life. You can literally see certain species in the run off so can only assume many that can't be seen are being washed out and completely wasted. Hard to come off as ethical given the over heads we use but still, got to draw a line somewhere. I wanted to look into low ppm feeding, say around 600. The plan is to feed the weekly brew on first day with no run off. The next 5 days would be normal synthetic feeding at 600ppm(guess) with no run off. Day 7 would be the same 600ppm nutrients but watering to 20% run off. Repeat from day one. The hope is that the lower ppm reduces the need for run off but as the none run off nutrients build during the week it's enough to feed the plant. Ofc the single weekly run off is for salt build up. Maybe it can even be done every other week?. I personally don't think fungus gnats are a downside if using microbes since they become a part of the food cycle says the internet. Using a hay mulch actually facilitates them better (seen this first hand) among other benefits and with enough microbial life high up in the coco the gnat cycle will become part of the food cycle. Does this have a hope in hell?. I really hope so as it will save nutrients, save water +watering labor, save microbes, turn gnats into a positive and also reduce labor of removing run off. Ofc the goal is that you still get to feed max water volume daily to renew oxygen levels, before the ''why not just go organic'' comments.