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Reddit - Hydroponics by /u/whitemountainfarm - 8h ago
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Reddit - Hydroponics by /u/microhydro - 8h ago
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I was using the Lucas formula / kiss method (1 part Floranova Bloom + 1 part cal mag) for cannabis. Will this work for vegetables also or do I need to switch out my nutrients? Planning to set up a perpetual harvest using the kratky method.

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Reddit - Hydroponics by /u/microhydro - 17h ago
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Hi, is there a specific sub related to these photos Iv posted, with regards to vertical hydroponic wall gardens, or of any good resources out on the web specifically targeting the development of this knowledge base? Thanks in advance! https://imgur.com/a/0ZWAGxz/

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Hey guys. I put a small ebb and flow system together using this guide.

I put some water in the reservoir and started the pump just to see if it worked and I noticed after giving it time to drain, there’s still a little bit of water at the bottom of the top tray. I’m wondering if it’s an issue having about a centimeter of stagnant water on the clear tray between scheduled floods.

Any thoughts or experience with this sort of thing would be appreciated as I am a first time hydro hobbyist.

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Planning a DWC/WC system here, first timer.. I thought it'd be great if I put 3 IKEA KLÄMTARE boxes, cut the tops etc on IKEA HYLLIS shelf. What I'm wondering is, if I put LEDs hanging from the bottom of the upper shelf, I'll have less than 40cm of room. The box is 15cm, so the plants would probably be "starting" from around 17cm or so, leaving less than 20cm of room to grow? Question is, is that enough for example for strawberries, different kinds of lettuces and herbs? Is it doable to have plants adapt to that head space, or is that a doomed endeavour? Appreciate all help, it's been surprisingly hard to find good info on how tall different plants will become..

EDIT: Additional thing that's been pretty hard to find info on! If my box is 15cm tall, is that going to work? Presumably the water level will be around 10cm, will that be good for strawberries, lettuces and herbs in general or is that not enough space most likely?

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The seedlings will establish roots in the Oasis Horticube, but when you start pulling the plugs apart, their stem is long, stringy, and the their disorder has them growing into each other which causes tears. Is this a plug thing, seeding issue, nutrient problem?

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