- Oct 22, 2020
- Cold, Cool, Mountains, or Artic
ya but it was freaky because one time stuck on flooding seedlings and the main nft bed the timer died and wouldnt cycle on. first timer issues i have had in long time i had a feeling the one the flooded the seed tray was having issues that's the flood drain bed i had set up for plants that will go outdoors and being in soil in peat pots they didn't like the soaking i think mother nature said no no no not this timeGood catch! It can be tricky to catch on to what the issue is after you might have used something for a good long time.
yes they should recover fine except the ones that got over water 2 out out that group dont look so good, And the lettuces if it was further on i might worry about a bit more bitterness to the leaf, trying a liquid " organic HAHA " fertilizer and not impressed with early growth it is not as fast a growth as my normal blend.I wow. Haha I bet. Seems like they'll recover though
yes ender 3d pro but i did a full hot end upgrade direct drive so no more Boden tube to jam, adjust able tensioners , added probe, changed to a tempered borasilicate glass table , put stiffer better springs under table and added probe. re flashed the firmware on the board and went to better titanium nozzles instead of brass , and went to cura software to generate the files to print and with the upgrades i can print PETG and more and still got away with less in it then the top end they offer now. The stock setup has a serious issues with temperature probe errors shutting it down with false readingsWhat make is your 3D printer?? I have an Ender3 but was having so many failures and such is sat in a corner unused for years.
no those were some i pulled from web but my covers for the tensioners on the printer my tool tray a cooling nozzle and newer filament spool holder i made from scratch in blender, modified the fan blade i am going to make for an online version and working on a few compact designs for an NFT strawberry pot and holderHaha all good. Having a 3d printer is pretty cool though! Did you make those designs yourself?
just do a search 3D plant pot STLThat's pretty cool either way still. I find that 3D printers are ridiculously expensive over here, otherwise I'd love one for sure. I wonder if it's possible to print really cute indoor plant pots with it.
oh as the roots grow you saw the pictures from last oct /nov the holes are a good distance apart 8 inches hole to hole some roots were down the inside of channel 2 pots or more, the mat of roots was about 1/2 to 5/8 on average and some area maybe 3/4 thick and like a woven mat when i finally stopped after final harvest in late December off that bed basically lift pot out cut roots with scissor is like cutting a Jute mat you would place on dinner table to set hot pots on, cut every other one out then pull the remaining ones you dragging whole mat of roots with it.That looks awesome!
Do the roots ever get tangled with eachother and get stuck?