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    WOOOOOOO!! We back ya'll!! :)

    How is everyone!! I'm so glad we back online. When using bubbleponics, just after I germinate and place seed and root in medium, do you raise water level so the clay pellets get splashed with water from the bubble action???

    #2
    Hi Grand, YES. I put enough water in the reservoir so that the bubbles are splashing the bottoms to keep them moist, but I try to get it so that the pots are above water. We're trying to ENTICE them roots down...
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      #3
      Thx! alltatup I've only seen 1 video out of dozens that shown a good example, but needed to ask my people for confirmation.

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        #4
        Wooo!! I’m glad that it’s back up
        Grow and good luck!
        Current grow:
        TBD probably in October or November

        past grows:

        http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...2-grow-one-off

        http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...hello-everyone

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          #5
          obviously if you can get a water drip manifold that will work the best, but before i bought one i did exactly what you said. put the water just close enough that the bubbling action splashes the bottom of the cup, like alltatup said, you want to entice the roots to grow down, if you use a dripper the roots follow the water right into the reservoir

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            #6
            stevenics thx bro!! I will in the future add the drip system

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