id like to hear it
the thread starter im sure wouldn't mind a brief elaboration
have you looked at the numbers using 50/50 maxigrow/maxibloom
its almost spot on your 100-50-150 ratios with adequate calcium and magnesium
as for the nute EC
its the same no matter the brand, and yes I believe your over feeding
like I said, drop it down to 1.3, if the EC drops...
the formula I high lighted in red is essentially the lucas formula 1:1:2 NPK
by the time you ph adjust with phosphoric acid youll be exactly the...
chemgro 4-20-39 = mix
calcium nitrate = calnite
magnesium sulfate = Epsom
mono potassium phosphate = mkp
veg grams per gallon
ah ok, I apologize, I misunderstood, I thought you where already adding calmag also for some strange reason
the three formulas I provided;
I cant really say much more to you
so im going to stop posting in your thread I guess, seems like your not really taking in or grabbing what im...
sounds like your getting it dialed in
careful with the concept that co2 automatically equals higher EC requirements
feed your plants higher EC if they ask for more food with signs of...
my 2 cents
its not worth the trouble
your doing it backward
and your still way to high
give them a flush (not sure what your medium is)
drop down to EC 1.3.... then work your way...
while watching what your plants tell you is smart
id prefer to not have to burn the tips of the leaves before I realize im over feeding
that's all a bit complicated for something that's simple and short and although I see bits I agree with I also don't understand the point to some...
the average home hobbiest isn't going to have advanced knowledge on precisely mixing his or her nutes
suggesting to a new growers an EC pen isn't...
I cant say I agree except in the case of soil or those that have some advanced understanding on how to mix fertilizers
ppm meters do suck... but...
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