1. This guy is a phoney..he don't even smoke..and he clearly dont give a shit about his crop..if he did.he would be there growing it. Medicropper and his whole team are amateur growers. And it shows in this attempt to go big. You guys are clueless. Have fun in Europe.. I'm.sure everything will work out for you lol

  2. I noticed that you are being very careful to not have your fans blowing directly at your plants, which makes them get stressed out. I see a lot of gardens where they are blasting one plant in a room of plants with a big fan that doesn't move back and forth. I believe that you should only make the leaves move slightly. As long as the air is moving you're good.

  3. Have you looked into your mixing order? It is very very important with salts. it could be the nutrient brand but it also could be your mixing order. Do you put in all the salts at the same time? That would explain your deficiencies.

  4. Hey man, Love that you're back making videos. I'm totally on board with your style of growing. You're clearly a very smart business owner with a strong knowledge of efficiency and what it takes to operate a grow with the bottom line, and your margin always in mind. Can I Please Please recommend you check out @greengenesgarden. Look at his Jacks 3-2-1 and all the information he puts out about nutrients. Reach out to him you may already know him. Seriously for such a good grower the fact you can only grow with Advanced is insanity.

  5. I'm not blaming him for being a beginner, it's just sucks for him actually because he doesn't know how to identify basic garden issues. He has to run tests on nutrients, so he's trying to learn 3 different nutrient regiments, learn deficiencies, it's a lot to take in for a beginner and run something that size without someone with more experience. So if you call him your protege treat him like it and be there for him. you don't give a child an algebra book and say here learn this you sit down with him and teach them everything they need to know and then they learn algebra!

  6. You call him your protege. Probably not the right word! It's not crop salt it's your grower! If he can't look at a plant and see what it needs then it's his novice mistakes that are costing you money!

  7. Something like this (Jebao CP-90 Cross Flow Pump Wave Maker) might help keep the sediments suspended so they get removed during watering. I use these in the sump of my reef tank for that exact purpose. Just a thought, good luck with the grow.

  8. Fun Times! Flowering in 2 gals work fine (I like 3 better) but you need to feed 2 or 3 times a day and automate (in coco). That's what is causing your nute problems in veg too.

  9. Increase the calmag and raise the ph(if the run off is too low) lower the ph of its too high. Easy fix on deficiencies. (The increase of calmag will help with most other intakes.)

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