"That depends on your budget, T5 fixtures are the best option in the mid price. CFL is the cheapest option. LED, Induction, HID and HPS are the higher ticket fixtures. I did a video on the subject a few months ago : Click Here
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"Hi Butch, Yeah, you might want to cut back on the ammonia dosing. It would really with coming up with a 'bare minimum' number, if you could tell us your total system water volume, and your grow bed dimensions "
"so my nitrates are over the top and my grow bed is full. should I keep adding my ammonia source or should I hold off until the nitrates drops down to around 80. what will happen to the nitrifying bacterias if I hold off on the ammonia feed ? should…"
The male T. Honorariums that we use to breed with the O. Mossambicus females to develop all male off spring are pretty darn frisky. The 5 females that we have with one male, are being pursued all the time.To give the females a break, every 4th week…See More
"I have a pond where I grow duck weed. Spring and Summer it covers the entire pond. Weekly we harvest it and feed it as a supplement to the Tilapia. They go nuts for it. Every Fall/Winter the pond gets very cold and the duck…"
"Hi Eddy, yeah...I know what that can be like. I spent over 11 years in Serbia, so choices were often limited. DowAgroScience registered spinosad for sale in the Philippines back in 1998 under the trade name "Success" and "Success 25…"
"I had an IBC with duckweed growing in it and put a few hundred fry/fingerlings in it and the duckweed was gone in 2 days. Didn't think it would go that fast. I haven't had the success growing it that everyone says you should get so I just…"
"Even if you were growing outdoors in a greenhouse in Denver you would be experiencing slow growth at this time of year. Most plants need 6 - 12 hours of full sun and it sound like your only getting 3 hours or so."
thanks for your advice. Actually we are living in the Philippines and it is very difficult to get such products in the market. Anyhow, somebody recomment an mixture of chili, garlic and water and we spray the plant. its seems thats we are…"
"I'm no expert but I was always told that a PH above 7.2 can lock out a lot of nutrients. I have a small system that's 150 Gal. FT and my grow beds are Hydrocorn that is approx. 11" deep. I've never dealt with grow beds at 3""