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Watch the water level and do not let the bong become exposed to air, or else the bong will crack. Simmer the water for 1-2 hours, depending on resin buildup. Gently pull out the bong with the tongs and drain the liquid. Carefully pour the remaining reserve baking soda into the bong. Add a few tablespoons of the vinegar water to make a paste.

Gently scrub the inside of the bong with a bottle brush or toothbrush. Rinse the bong out with warm tap water and place onto the second towel. Jessica Catalano is a professional cannabis chef, cannabis edibles expert, recipe developer, cannabis food writer, the pioneer of strain-specific cannabis cuisine, and author of The Ganja Kitchen Revolution: The Bible of Cannabis Cuisine published by Green Candy Press. Jessica explores the health benefits of using cannabis in everyday cooking, balanced nutrition, and an overall healthy lifestyle. Her penchant in life is to normalize cannabis through food and start the conversation one recipe at a time. I am using the Modified Lucas formula for CoCo and am hand feeding through the top every day. I have been using the modified version which looks like this. 6ml Micro per Gallon 9 ml Bloom per Gallon 1ml Cal/mag per Gallon.

My starting water is tap water which is 70ppm with an initial pH of 9.1. I added the nutes in that order mixing well inbetween and I am only coming up wiht 550ppm of TDS. I thought the lucas provided 900-1000pppm, why am I only coming up with half of that. Today I incresed micro to 8ml per gallon and bloom 12ml per gallon keeping the micro to bloom ration the same. Left the calmag and superthrive the same and came up with 700ppm TDS. the plants are only in veg and growing 1/2 inch a night which is good but I want to get the most growth I can. I plan on keeping the formula the same for bloom as well since the formula states this is okay. I am using the Modified Lucas formula for CoCo and am hand feeding through the top every day. I have been using the modified version which looks like this. 6ml Micro per Gallon 9 ml Bloom per Gallon 1ml Cal/mag per Gallon. My starting water is tap water which is 70ppm with an initial pH of 9.1. I added the nutes in that order mixing well inbetween and I am only coming up wiht 550ppm of TDS. I thought the lucas provided 900-1000pppm, why am I only coming up with half of that. I proportionally increased the micro and bloom to achieve 900 and the plants are doing well with that in veg. couldn't find what in the manual or description what scale it is. I proportionally increased the micro and bloom to achieve 900 and the plants are doing well with that in veg. couldn't find what in the manual or description what scale it is. COPY AND PASTE FROM ANOTHER THREAD: Difference is what chemical it is basing it's PPM 'guess' off of. I prefer to use the NaCL EC setting on mine, and then convert to ppm (.5) or ppm (.7) depending on situation using the scale below. The only difference between the 3 ec settings are the temperature compensation curves. if it reads 104 and the x10 symbol is blinking, this is 1.04 EC, make sense? Too often people throw around PPM measurements and never note if its the .5 or .7 scale. at 1EC, the (.5)ppm is 500, but the (.7)pmm is 700. If the person doesn't mention what scale, we really have no clue which to choose. With this meter you can measure EC (NaCL, 442, KCL) or PPM (NaCl & KCL are .5 scales) and (442 is a .7 scale) mas3372. COPY AND PASTE FROM ANOTHER THREAD: Difference is what chemical it is basing it's PPM 'guess' off of. I prefer to use the NaCL EC setting on mine, and then convert to ppm (.5) or ppm (.7) depending on situation using the scale below.

The only difference between the 3 ec settings are the temperature compensation curves. if it reads 104 and the x10 symbol is blinking, this is 1.04 EC, make sense? Too often people throw around PPM measurements and never note if its the .5 or .7 scale. at 1EC, the (.5)ppm is 500, but the (.7)pmm is 700. If the person doesn't mention what scale, we really have no clue which to choose.

With this meter you can measure EC (NaCL, 442, KCL) or PPM (NaCl & KCL are .5 scales) and (442 is a .7 scale) Hydroponics using Lucas Formula. Some don’t get it, others do… Regardless we are here to help you better understand the Lucas Formula. The Lucas Formula derives from a man named Lucas who participated in online forums for growers who use hydroponics/soil-less growing.

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