Can Sm-90 and Mycorrhizae co-exist?

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by thinn, Jan 21, 2013.

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    thinn

    thinn Active Member

    As the topic says.....will Sm-90 demolish the bacteria on a transplant or regular feedings? Would like to hear some knowledgable folks' opinions! Same applies with dynagro protekt.
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    hexthat

    hexthat Well-Known Member

    Most likely it will have negative effect on microbial life. It says you can use it with your hydroponics, I wouldn't use it for soil.
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    thinn

    thinn Active Member

    I planned on transplanting a 4in cube into some canna coco and i usually use sm90 but i just bought some great white and extreme gardening mycos that i was going to use upon transplant but i figured the sm90 would kill off themycorrhizzae but om not a rocket scientist so i can only assume i will have to take the sm90 out of the regiment for at least the transplant
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    thinn

    thinn Active Member

    Well i stopped at the grow shop and picked up a few things, while I was there I decided to ask this question to the girl that was there. She picked the phone up and called a grodan techie, he said 95% positive it will not be conflicting adding anything like this. He also said the only way it would be is if I was adding ridiculous amounts of sm-90 or dynagro protekt.

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