Urea is slow release as well and lowers the pH of your medium over time as well.
You shouldnt use hardly any ammonical nitrogen either...
Hydro nutrients rarely have more than 3-6% of their total Nitrogen in ammonical form... Over 32% of Dyna Grows total Nitrogen is ammonical nitrogen, which is why it is really a soil nutrient, but since they arent using any Urea based Nitrogen they can get away with calling it a soil and hydro nutrient.
If it contains any Urea based Nitrogen at all, then it is designed for soil and should only be used for soil.
Yo berry i shoudlnt have any problems settin up a non recirculating drip with canna line should i?
yikes. so now i think i should maybe flush the coco cus i put nitrex in as a N boost. 5 - 7ml/gal. did this abt 3x now. what do you think Jberry?
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Recently in the last year, I actually started to use Drip Clean for occasional cleaning... For cleaning the tough stuff like the inside of your pumps or hoses, clone machines, ect, ect...To clean these hard to clean items I pour a ton of hydrogen peroxide threw my pump and hose, shake it around in there and let it sit for a bit, then I flushed super hot water threw it and the water comes out a dirty yellow/brown but when I use Drip Clean it doesnt come out yellow... it comes out like dark black sludge water! -And the stuff works even better then CRL or Goo-Gone, ect, for cleaning my EZ-Clone 120.
If so, unfortunately it is extremely difficult to leach/flush out of both the medium and the plant itself... The good news is that you have already used it 3 times and your plants are okay... having said that, I wouldn't bother with flushing or worrying much about it. Just dont keep using it and it will get flushed on its own as you continue to water.
Over the next few years I predict to see a lot more research going into nutrients designed for growing indoors... different variables need to be considered when designing nutrients and their are several factors being over looked at the moment but more and more research is proving that a lot of the formulas are less then ideal for: High demand fast growing crops, short crops, container crops, enriched Co2 crops, high intensity lights, low intensity/clf lighting and even RH, high/low temps., and grow methods like lollipopping and sog, scrog, would ideally require slightly different ratios of specific types of Nitrogen and other adjustments... Right now all the formulas are all based on 1950's data for the most part and the bulk of it that is outdoor/greenhouse data... So much has changed and upgraded in the last ten years that we really need new research done and specifically indoor cannabis research!
hey! pretty newb question but what is the best size pot to use with coco? does it make a lot of difference? thx
Just starting another grow soon and have a couple of quick Q's.
So im going to be useing a soilless mix of:
Coco - 70% Worm casts - 30% and perlite - 10%
Going to be useing canna coco with biobizz nutes (doing 100% organic grow).
Just wondered if anyone has any experience doing this kind of grow and if so what feed schedule did you use? Im aware that Biobizz have there own schedule but it seems this is just for allmix and soil.
As im going to be adding the worm castings will this affect things?
Thanks for any feedback
ZEN MASTER'S NORTHERN LIGHTS AND BLUE VENOM COCO GROW JOURNAL
Zen im gonna go read your journal in a few. that REALLY helps! i would def like to know more about how your doing that cause if it really works for you then maybe i should do the same thing with my grow. I've been doing the hand watering and any help switching to this drip system would be appreciated. Ill pm , and add you.