Question Using Potash and Garden lime and epsom salts with biobizz All mix?

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Agent Provocateur, Sep 5, 2010.

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    Agent Provocateur

    Agent Provocateur Active Member

    [​IMG] Using Potash and Garden lime and epsom salts with biobizz All mix?

    Hi Guys,

    I've copied and pasted this from the organics thread due to no answers basically lol, so moved it to here in hope that someone could advise me ?

    Im starting my second grow and wondered if it would be beneficial to add Lime and potash and epsom salts to the biobizz allmix when transplanting them to their final pot size before flowering? I ask as when i was in the middle of My first WW grow the plants started to become deficient a little with bronzing leaves that became crispy and dry especially at the bottom of the plant. Would adding any of these be beneficial in keeping a healthy plant and prevent deficiencies from occuring, if so in what quantity would be best?

    Many thanks

    Agent xx ​

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    Spanishfly

    Spanishfly Well-Known Member

    Why not try it and see? But Epsom salt only needs to be added very sparingly.
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    Agent Provocateur

    Agent Provocateur Active Member

    Yeah, introduced epsom salts late into my last grow but probably a tad too late when the deficiency had taken hold, was more after info about the potash and lime which i have bought but unsure of what to do with, i've read that lime is quite hot and should be introduced to the pots watered and remixed well in advance to stop it burning the roots, then it will help to keep the pH regulated but unsure about how much to put in, im even more unclear on the potash and its uses but seen it banging about the forums with regard to help with flowering, but again unsure about dose or adverse affects on roots, so if someone could advise me on dosages and when to put in, or if anyone has had any experience of adding this to their soil i'd be be grateful :D

    Many thanks :D:joint::hump::peace:

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