DIY with Quantum Boards

pop22

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pop22

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Hmmmmm.......... might they be Magic Mushrooms?? :bigjoint:


My Layered mix is throwing shrooms …. Maybe I should try growing some spores sometime.

All are preflower and doing well … kelp in water . Cali heat is starting and they are daily drinkers . Ewc / ffof recharge top dress . I have seabird guano on standby for phosphorus bump if needed … my original layered
mix tapped out a bit too early last time.

Really trying to avoid bottles . Quantums are purring along and no issues ….

LST needing some additional adjustments but will do later today.

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bk78

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@pop22 How's that photobio par meter working? Do you have anything/experience to compare it to something else (another par meter, or a lux meter you used with a conversion factor)?
My pulse pro was 40ppfd from the mq500 when I tested it against it. And the photobio is 39ppfd from my pulse pro.

So with my testing it’s bang on with the mq500

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2com

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I think bk78 just bought one. He was going to do a comparison with another meter. Not sure if he did so or not.
Thanks.
My pulse pro was 40ppfd from the mq500 when I tested it against it. And the photobio is 39ppfd from my pulse pro.

So with my testing it’s bang on with the mq500

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Thanks. Found your other thread regarding the par meter(s).

So is the photobio 39ppfd off from the pulse pro back in the correct direction of the apogee? Ie: it's not just 79ppfd off from the apogee.

Nutrientshootouts compared the pulse pro to an apogee sensor on youtube, btw.
 

bk78

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Thanks.

Thanks. Found your other thread regarding the par meter(s).

So is the photobio 39ppfd off from the pulse pro back in the correct direction of the apogee? Ie: it's not just 79ppfd off from the apogee.

Nutrientshootouts compared the pulse pro to an apogee sensor on youtube, btw.
From my readings the photobio is bang on with the mq500. I mean 20-40 ppfd is splitting hairs anyways imo.
 

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I've not had anything to compare it to personally. It works well enough for my needs, but If I get the chance to doa comparison, I wll.

@pop22 How's that photobio par meter working? Do you have anything/experience to compare it to something else (another par meter, or a lux meter you used with a conversion factor)?
 
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