However, as an ex aquarium addict
There shouldn’t be an “ex” in there. Hear me now, listen to me tomorrow, and believe me sometime next week...
It’ll come back, chomp you in the ass, and wreck shop when you least expect it.
you may be able to go 2 weeks on a batch of water instead of changing every week. Now that is a possibility, and not a guarantee. To do so you need to be topping off your res with fresh water (manually a time or two a day, or with an auto top-off drip style) and staying on top of it. You don't want your plants drinking more than eating, and increasing the concentration of the feed. (This should be done anyway, whether using this device or not.)
As it stabilizes your pH, it will absolutely mask issues which would normally be discovered by a big pH swing. Take the goopies, root issues, etc. Things normally first noticed by a pH swing.
TS, I love how you live "inside the Matrix" but somedays I do worry you may have hacked my phone and are watching me through my camera and microphone (I just said Hi and waved for you ). If that's the case just ping the GPS location and swing on over for a joint, I'd like to pick your brain but not in a Hannibal Lecter way.By the way, does anyone know whether Advanced Nutrients owns this company? I sort of "get the same impression" from each website, but that doesn't mean anything. Also, they both use Google as their ISP/host. But that doesn't mean anything, either, because Google has a great many customers. Plus, the browser add-on that gives me information about a website's server (and that is not guaranteed to be 100% accurate and up to date) shows Advanced Nutrient's website as being hosted on a server located in Mountain View, California... and the Torus Hydro website as being hosted on a server located in Gangu County, Tianshui, Gansu, China. So it's not like they're both running on the same computer or anything. Still and all... I wonder.
Why spend a bunch of money to grow bait when you can simply walk to the nearest creek with your net and seine all you need, lol?
Different strokes, I guess...
I don't recommend that you do this from day one all the way to harvest.