What devices do you have connected to those cords?
So, today I get a notification. It reads Day 4 of germination (thought I was on day 3 due to me setting up on Monday evening) and, advises to add some water but when I lift up the cover, the bottom of the pod is dripping and I see water bubbles on the underside of the cover. Do I really need to add more water?
No it’s not necessary during germination if the pod is wet. It’s an automated reminder that’s much more useful later down the growth stages
Diggin’ the sound proof wall there. Didn’t know you had that
Congrats! We should see the cotyledon emerge in a very short amount of time. This will be your first set of leaves.
To answer your question about all the wires going into my units - they are for mini fans, cameras, and a CO2 monitor.
Mini fans to increase the air flow and at your grow stage, to help dry out the cocopod.
Cameras to be able to remotely monitor your plant wherever you are. WYZE 1080p cams
CO2 monitor is something new I am trying out to measure CO2 levels.
I guess that’s what the Leaf grow box has on Grobo. Cameras for remote viewing, precise temp and humidity control, able to see all stats via the app.
I’m thinking of getting one of those as well.
Bro you can set that up yourself for less than $100
$25 for the camera
$50 Govee Wifi Smart temp and rh% monitor
These are good add-ons to have but not necessary
What camera did you roll with?
The Leaf actually looks pretty fire. That would be an interesting grow op… seems research-worthy
I was looking at that wyze camera. The only wireless model is the outdoor version and it is considerably heavier than the wired model.
Is the magnet from the v2 strong enough to hold the outdoor version?
I really don’t want any wires coming out of my unit so I’ll be looking for wireless EVERYTHING.
In my experience wireless add-ons require charging often and become a pain, but batteries get better & better every 6 months so maybe I bought an old version of something.
Either way I feel you. But there’s a port on the back that allows for easy installation and a metal hook or 2 will help manage wires well.
@NUTTSO642 Looking Very Nice!
You Can Top Any Time Now.
Went on a mini-vacation and came home to mold on top of the cocoa pod upon changing water:
Any advice on how to handle? I’m about to do the research now.
On the other hand, the plant flourished while I was away…
Hey man! Yeah the plant is looking really lush and green!
As far as the cocopod, you can clean it up with an alcohol pad wipe. Just wipe down that area and you should be alright.
Can you increase airflow in there by adding a mini fan?