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Coastal

Glad your back around @flboy, looking like your growing some really nice stuff from @Mystic Funk too!

 

In Coco the ph is naturally over 7 where as peat is under 5..to fix the low ph of peat they add dolomite (calcium and magnesium carbonates) so when you first feed your plant in soil with peat /dolomite although you might only be mixing 600ppm of feed in the res, the roots will be getting way more once that dolomite is soluble.. to match this in coco is a challenge because the high ph. This makes using dolomite or other calcium’s hard because most have a higher ph aswell.

 

i found using coco I did best giving the plants a higher feed with more cal/mg as well as gypsum either top dressed or in the res really got things going fast. FWIW I usually fed my usual 600ppm feed and added about 150-200 ppm of gh calimagic and 150-200 ppm of gypsum worked extremely well.

 

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8 hours ago, Coastal said:

Glad your back around @flboy, looking like your growing some really nice stuff from @Mystic Funk too!

 

In Coco the ph is naturally over 7 where as peat is under 5..to fix the low ph of peat they add dolomite (calcium and magnesium carbonates) so when you first feed your plant in soil with peat /dolomite although you might only be mixing 600ppm of feed in the res, the roots will be getting way more once that dolomite is soluble.. to match this in coco is a challenge because the high ph. This makes using dolomite or other calcium’s hard because most have a higher ph aswell.

 

i found using coco I did best giving the plants a higher feed with more cal/mg as well as gypsum either top dressed or in the res really got things going fast. FWIW I usually fed my usual 600ppm feed and added about 150-200 ppm of gh calimagic and 150-200 ppm of gypsum worked extremely well.

 

Appreciate the info brother. Glad to be back on the boards posting. Yes @Mystic Funk has some excellent gear. Overlooked breeder for sure. 

 

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Giving the girls 6 ml of calmag per gallon and seems to be going in the right direction. Going to be upping the feed now I see roots thru bottom of pots.

Bubble dubb 

 

 

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GORILLA SCOUT COOKIES  #7 STACKING hard. Keeper from seed run. Looking even better in clone run. 

 

 

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Peak at the coco clone run of BUBBLE DUBB and GG4 BX3 By @Mystic Funk. Cryptic labs on GLG. These are buckets from the bucket company. Couple more weeks and these 6 plants hit the bloom room. 

 

 

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On 11/6/2019 at 12:47 PM, Slick rick said:

NICE 👌

@Slick rick waiting on bloom nutes from floraflex. Going to give them a go. Getting old dealing with muddy water LOL. Found a recipe that some guys use from the mitten that uses bloom from start to finish. Going to see how the next round does with the recipe

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Awesome just make sure to read there chart as it took me a minute to understand there two part bloom it can be mixed many ways! I would be interested in knowing the how to run the bloom the whole time

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52 minutes ago, Slick rick said:

Awesome just make sure to read there chart as it took me a minute to understand there two part bloom it can be mixed many ways! I would be interested in knowing the how to run the bloom the whole time

Here's what I found brother from floraflex 

 

 

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