Long time lurker / learner on this site. Love the information I have gathered. In fact, I have had several somewhat successful grows (DWC / areoponic in rubbermaid with overclocked fluorescene) thanks to you guys. I am ready to take the next step (or prep and start the grow in the spring). I have gone through the trouble of building a very stealthy 4.5 x 8 ft room and would like to convert the room to flood tables with a mother / nursery. I want to perpetual grow on a 4x4 table and then expand another 2.5 x 4 ft once the first is tested and friends are happy. My big question is how many man-hours a week does it take to sustain a 4x4 table? This would be me doing it all by myself. (though I might have a trim party once in awhile once this thing got tune-in). growing mothers cloning manicuring for lollipop style trimming solid method of curing (not just hang drying) cleaning between and during My flood table will have a Lexan / ABS covering with holes for the net pots to hang from and it won't actually be an ebb and flow flood table, but a table with sprayers and the reservoir below. I want to make maintenance the easiest so the ABS covering will have multiple sections to lift out and easy to clean. I have lots of other details planned out but my basic question is about man-hours per week. I have to be stealthy about access so my hours are limited. Please keep this posting on track and with reliable information. Don't tell me it is a waste of time if you don't have backup information. Obviously, If I am doing this for a sustained period, I want to shoot for maximum yield. I will try to be good about responding daily and will make a grow journal once I get there. For all the work I have done so far, I am serious about this. Thanks guys.