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Re: [APD] Re: Too many plants??
Perhaps, less nutirents => less oxygen production => lower
O2 levels at night until the lights come on and the plants
start producing again.
Or it could be a combination of all the thins suggested so
--- Diane Brown <debunix at well_com> wrote:
> Maybe the problem is not fertilizing. You stopped
> fertilizing, and the
> plants' metabolism slowed so they're not taking up as
> much nitrogenous
> wastes as they used to?
> Though how to tie this to their a.m. relief at lights on
> is not
> obvious, I just thought I'd toss the idea out there.
> Diane Brown in St. Louis
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