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Nooblet Hydro Question
    #175618 - 01/05/09 08:49 PM (7 years, 10 months ago)

Was thinking of starting out using the reservoir method.  I get the setup of it, I understand how it works. I was wondering if should just sprout seeds in a paper towel and then put into a net pot filled with verm + pellets, or should I do it by some other means.  (I guess i dont really get the germination to xfer to hydro system).  UIsed to soil, any help will be great, peace!


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Re: Nooblet Hydro Question [Re: theshiz777]
    #175673 - 01/05/09 11:28 PM (7 years, 10 months ago)

You can just germ in a paper towel and place in the hydro or you can get like jiffy cubes or rockwool and sprout them in there. What I usually do is sprout in jiffy cubes, also known as peat pellets. When that first set of leaves comes out I start to lower the humidity in the humidi dome until it's at room humidity. If I see the second set of leaves coming out I put it in my hydro, otherwise I wait till they are.


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Re: Nooblet Hydro Question [Re: TheShroomJew23]
    #178729 - 01/10/09 06:10 PM (7 years, 10 months ago)

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TheShroomJew23 said:
You can just germ in a paper towel and place in the hydro or you can get like jiffy cubes or rockwool and sprout them in there. What I usually do is sprout in jiffy cubes, also known as peat pellets. When that first set of leaves comes out I start to lower the humidity in the humidi dome until it's at room humidity. If I see the second set of leaves coming out I put it in my hydro, otherwise I wait till they are.




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