THANKS FOR THE PICS! Nice healthy plants Braugh…Bet you were happy with the yield too…;-)
I just checked the link and it worked for me.
It’s the link for spectrum choices on their website that doesn’t work. I’ve notified Method Seven.
You CAN order the original $149 version with lenses that correct for sodium. They’re AWESOME! I truly use them EVERY day…:-)
I rarely hear of anyone with time to let their soil rest for a few days. But I admire your sense of professionalism.
I don’t see any need to rinse the Manna Mix. I just planted a bunch of new seeds in it and they’re lovin’ it!
The Kosher is a hungry strain, so feed her well…:-)
No judgements here, just friendly help and encouragement.
I love Pro-Mix medias and have used them extensively. The thing about pH is that it gradually changes over the crop cycle. With hydroponics, which it sounds like the instructions on your “new” nutrient is referring to, as the nutrient solution gets circulated thru the system and as it sits in the reservoir the pH will rise every day. So if you start at the target pH, you will be out of range in 24 hours.
So, a target pH range of 6.2-6.3 is what you want to adjust your nutrient solution to for application in a non-circulating system without a reservoir. That is to say, you mix your nutrients into your water just before watering.
But back to my first comment about the change over time in soilless mediums. When growing in soil/soilless mediums the most important thing is knowing whether your pH is rising or falling. Most of the time, especially with heavy feeding associated with high growth rates, pH in the rootzone will slowly fall over time. This is mitigated by consistent pH adjustments by the grower.
Either buy a Soil pH meter, or measure your runoff and measure and record the starting pH. Runoff does not accurately represent the pH in the root zone or rhizospere. But it can help you to identify if there is a change in either direction.
If your soil pH rises above 6.5, then you should begin watering with 6.0 to keep it from rising further.
If your soil pH falls below 6.0 then change your watering pH to 6.5 to keep it from falling lower…:-)
I’ve heard about this treatment so I did some research online. It seems to be an acceptable treatment. Non-fat milk is the suggested product. Using a higher percentage than 10% could lead to growth of a different fungus.
The best ways to avoid contracting PM is cleanliness to start. NEVER leave dead plant material anywhere near the garden. Next is air flow around the plants. Buds laying against each other can encourage mold to form.
Large temperature and humidity swings can lead to mold as well. Keeping humidity levels below 40% at night and below 60% during the light cycle will play a big role in preventing PM.
Drawing in outside air is another way PM can infiltrate your garden…:-)
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You know, it’s an older picture of mine and I’m not really sure what it is. It’s not Strawberry Cough. I think it might be Stardawg…:-)
Who wants to invest?
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There’s your answer folks. Go with the company that innovates and backs their products…:-)
Foliar feeding twice a week with a little seaweed and a touch of surfactant.
Follow application directions on the packages.
Granular seaweed is 1 teaspoon/5gals
Add Coco-Wet at 1/2tsp/gal.
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