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TDS EC PPM Explained

TDS, EC, and PPM Explained

by Maxon Mon, 01/07/2019 - 08:05
As a grower, you have to find the Goldilocks zone of nutrient strength to help your plants grow properly. You'll get to know that growers use TDS, EC, and PPM to measure this. Let's explain what they are, and how they affect your nutrient quality.
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