Now where did I put that graph?

The man does breed some beast. Nice work :love_you_gesture:

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Shit nice work on you being the tow truck and hookin me up :green_heart::metal:t2::+1:t2:

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Anytime and appreciate that Brother. Some old school crosses will be coming your way soon. I just want to make sure they’re worthy before I send them out to the Growmies :love_you_gesture:

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Hell yezzel buddy I’m always excited to receive GroBro’s penpal letters :joy::rofl::joy:
And remember with your full over flowing plate I don’t mind testing :hugs::wink:
Getting ready to pop a couple of photos for outdoe :metal:t2::point_up:t2:

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Appreciate ya Brother :love_you_gesture:

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Could you elaborate on this a little?

@dbrn32 would that then be ok to use in soil ???

M.B.A.P. doing her thing, winding on down :green_heart::metal:t2:

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Getting close Brother :fire::fire::love_you_gesture:

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Peroxide? If applied directly to soil could kill microbial life. Which would be very important to organic grows but not necessarily critical to synthetic grows. I’m not sure about how it would react if left to sit in water for duration though.

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Ok @dbrn32 thank you for clearing this up for me. I was under the impression, somehow, that the peroxide was to remove chlorine from chlorinated water thereby making it suitable for immediate use in the grow. Just trying to increase my knowledge base. I’m on a well that provides the best MJ growing water in the whole entire world…lol… Thank You Again

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Same here, haven’t had time to go research it myself since I got no reply :grin::metal:t2::wink:

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I think there is a chemical reaction that will do that. But other factors to consider before determining whether that is best method.

If chlorine is the issue you can aerate a 5 gallon bucket worth and get most to evaporate within a warm afternoon. Chloramine won’t evaporate easily though.

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