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What do you hate most about hydroponics / growing

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by advhydroponics, Sep 7, 2017.


    advhydroponics New Member

    Afternoon everyone, I’m venturing into Hydroponics From COCO. Just wanted to ask the big community at Grass City what they dislike the most about growing with Hydroponics! Just so I’m ready and prepared to experience this! Thanks to all responders. Bless up!!!

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    welcome to Rollitup! who's Grasscity? sounds like a bunch of posers.
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    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    what the fuck kinda chuck wagon shit storm are you about you piece of shit sock spam asshole.
    thats the thing I hate most about hydro growing....the fucking spam freaks trying to sell their stupid systems all day on forums they dont even know the fucking name of. goddammit die already spammer.

    if you're not a spammer, you still suck, this aint grasscity asshole. you lose, go away
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    upnsmoke13 Active Member

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    WeedFreak78 Well-Known Member


    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    ^lol owned!

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    This ain't no Ass City mothafucka.
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    Father Ramirez Well-Known Member

    He's been copying and pasting to every forum and forgot to edit his last post. OP is clever but not smart. He has no subtlety, and had he some he may have eluded instant detection. I believe he is doing R&D for his stoner dream of a start up ( I shouldn't mock - I have one too) and is relatively benign, although in poor taste.
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    JSB99 Well-Known Member

    Technically, growing with Coco is considered "hydroponics". Hydroponics is defined as growing in any soilless medium.

    What type of hydroponic technique are you switching to? The very easiest is a 5-gallon bubbling bucket. You can build one for less than $25, and is a great way to get you feet, and some roots, wet. It's so easy to grow incredible plants in a DWC, and DWC can range anywhere from being extremely inexpensive and simple, to a super charged, weed-growin' monster machine that you've invested both time and money into. Something you tinker with and fine tune all the time.

    Each system has it's weak points, and with some, those weak points can be many. With my 4-plant rdwc/under current, I have a water pump, air pump, 2" pipes and connectors, bulkheads, etc...any of which could be disastrous upon failure. That's why you have to keep a close eye on it. It takes work to maintain a hydroponic system. But for me, it's totally worth it! :razz:

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