I assume you’ve fitted the dimmer to the light?
If the plants were tisssue culture you need to dose full level of ferts from the start as the plants haven’t any reserves.
Thanks for the tips, yes the light it's fantastic, great bit of kit!Yes up the ferts dose as per bottle. The tissue culture plants will need it and respond nicely.
Don’t worry about going high co2 at the moment with no livestock in.
Dimmer level 10 is good, turn it up 1 per week as you see fit. Hope you are pleased with the light.
That's an lot of WC, but as you want, tropica soil is very forgiving.So water change plan/routine at the moment is everyday 30-40%. After the first week every other day, third week every 3 days then 4th week every 4 days. Sound like a plan?
Woods developing the white slime on it but that's to be expected.
Drop checker is a very light green near yellow.
I'll post some close up pictures once the water has cleared more.
Cheers for the tips cookies!That's an lot of WC, but as you want, tropica soil is very forgiving.
Plenty of CO2 will help plant transition so that's an good thing
Slime can be sucked up when WC or put some snails to eat it.
I wouldn't dose any macros or micros yet. Some K and liquid carbon would help but that's All. Keep an eye on plant growth and algae and don't dose until you see stunted growth.
Nice to see another 60p journal
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