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Hey DGC, love the show and all the great content. The knowledge base you bring to growing overall is beyond reproach. Iโ€™ve been a long time gardener but only growing the dank for a couple seasons now. Iโ€™m a huge fan of Recharge and use it on everything. Even my yard Scotty! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป Thx for that tip. Iโ€™ve really gotten into mainline growing my ladies for a few reasons ย but most importantly itโ€™s less trimming. I have RA so the least amount of trimming the better. I was wondering if the old wives tale about copper is actually true. My Grandpa & Dad have always said if you needed to get rid of a tree and it was just way too big to chop down you should drive copper nails around the base of it and it would kill the tree. Not thinking about it I began to use wire left over from an electrical project two steak down the branches of my babies to begin the mainline grow. I noticed however that it seemed as though 1 slowed way down. Sheโ€™s a Grandaddy Purp in 5 gallons of ocean forest mixed with happy frog. I religiously use Recharge and Mammoth P every 7 to 10 days as directed which is top watered. Otherwise sheโ€™s hooked up to a Blumat watering system. She is finally large enough to where I have pulled the wire stakes out and it seems as though she is now blowing up! What I noticed was she had bare copper wire whereas the others still had the plastic coating. I wanted your the DGCโ€™s take on the matter. Is this a thing? Real science or total bro science and therefore still an old wives tale? Guru do your thing man! ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ˜ƒ DGCFFDGC Love you guys ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ’š!!!