I’ve responded through support for this one, good luck @Hainesjr1.
This one is a bit more of a concern @Dew, not a beneficial bacteria, more like root rot slime or cyanobacteria. It will harm your young plant by suffocating the roots. I recommend Botanicare’s Hydroguard to help fight off this nasty stuff. If in Canada, applying Hydrogen Peroxide to your reservoir is your best bet, can’t get Hydroguard here.
Go to Botanicare website punch in the information for the feeding chart based how many gallons our tank is and it will tell you…I wouldn’t worry about burning the plant as it’s beneficial bacteria helping to break down organic matter … not a supplement as far a nutrient goes… just dump it in the reservoir when you drain and fill and add like a cup or two of water
@chris_barfield do you know what size the tank is?
Believe it’s 2.6 gallons
Upon high fill you are looking at 11 litres (2.9 gallons), so I’d add 5-6 ml per drain/fill.
I’m sorry folks, I guess this video is no longer available at this time???..
if you can find it get Hydroguard. Hydrogen Peroxide is a temporary solution i think and you have to apply it daily. Hydroguard is your best bet but I might be wrong
((#Seed)): ((#Germination)): ((#YouTubeVideo)):
Good Morning Barb:
I I was investigating what appears to be a patch of fungi or mold on my new Grobo plant on top of the pod. I have not found the courage to look underneath, as of yet! Here is a pic:
((#CocoPod)): (Reuse/Recycle) :
So I should not be concerned about this I gather? To brush or not to brush?
Your good mine did it every time … I’d worry if you had some dampening …when the water drops … the cocopod will dry out
Oh ok Barb just got this great thanks… I’m a pacifist and opposed killing anything including fungi and mold…Lol
Ok thanks Chris
Resolved thanks all