- Aug 12, 2006
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whats more accurate....soil or run-off?
I disagree completely and not sure where you got this info. If you dont monitor your PH level I dont care if its hydro or soil you are screwed.seattle420 said:PH testing is usually not needed in a soil grow.
I read the info in your link, i'm not going to argue. On this forum I am expressing my personal experience, whoever reads this can use it....or not I dont care. Getting back to the subject, most growers that use soil or hydro think that it is important if not critical to monitor your PH level.seattle420 said:
When I checked my FoxFarm soil with distilled h2o, PH was just about 5.8 way to low.KADE said:Ph level in hydro is 1000% Critical.... soil buffers the ph somewhat... but typically buffers the ph to the wrong number you are looking for...
I can only speak for where I live, but the water must be better up there in BC then down here in the cities in Texas...Canso said:I can't even remember the last time i checked PH.
dirt has anough buffers, that inless your on well water, or you have very hard water, your water run off should be around PH 6.5