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Old 06-20-2011, 09:08 PM
GpsFrontier GpsFrontier is offline
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Hello T'Mater,
I don't use any dippers at all in my drip systems. I just use tubing, and poke holes in it where I want them with a small (hot) paperclip. I just heat the tip of the paperclip with a candle. I know the tubing in the picture is clear, but that was all I had at the moment when I first set up that system. I eventually changed it over to black tubing to block light, and thus algae growth in the tube. I' not sure if you mean the yellow pedals have fallen off and all that's left is the green bud. If so, that's normal. The flower pedals fall off of tomato plants before the fruit begins to grow. If that isn't what you mean, then I would agree with Freshwater, give them a few more weeks to get used to the new lighting and environment.
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