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Dolomite lime to raise ph of soil?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Jug Stomper, Nov 26, 2011.

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    NietzscheKeen

    NietzscheKeen Well-Known Member

    I know this is old, but just thought I should post this for future readers.
    Have you ever thought of using wood ashes? They are very alkaline and a little goes a long way. The alkalinity WILL move into the soil if used as a top dressing OR if "dissolved" into some water. Also, great source of K. In order for the ashes to work, they need to be fairly new and not from a 3 year old bon fire.
     
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    District

    District Active Member

    Hey bro's
    just wondering. Ive added dolomite lime dissolved in water on two occasions. Done this about 3 weeks back. Should I add anymore. I added the lime with feed and some leaves have browned slightly on a few plants. This could be heat stress though as it got upto 30+ for a week. They are due for a feed today. So any opinions greatfully received.
     

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