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  1. You have them 1 month in hydro and they are that small ??? What nutrients are you feeding them ?? I am using soil and mine are twice that size in a month.. I am a newbie too but I was told hydro was the way to go but by the looks of it I'm gonna have to research it more now ..

  2. hey I have a question! I am growing with hydro for the first time and I dont really know once tghe roots came out, the water level should be touching the rock wool or just the roots?? Thanks!

  3. hey tatman l started growing a few years ago and started with no experience at all .l quickly found hydro ponics was a very fast way to grow .do you find you lose a lot of water creating a nutrient spike ?because of the open tops on buckets ,l would think it would be better to seal off the tops as they are getting fresh air and nutrients inside the buckets .pls let me know as lm thinking about that system also are you able to control water (nutrients) temperature in that system with the room going to 80 degrees air temp? and would it be better to have a flat surface at the top of the buckets to reflet light back up to the plant (like white card board ? koodos jd

  4. Hydroponics is a good system but it have some disadvantage, you need to buy some "plant food", nutrients and supplements which may be costly. Before setting up any hydroponics system, it is best to consider the benefit of aquaponics system, which can automate 95% of work.

  5. Thank you for your video.
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