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Nutrients & Mediums

Information & comments on hydroponic, organic nutrients, additives, growing media products, mixes, combinations & pH levels for the cultivation of cannabis

article pH Levels & Cannabis 101
Taking a look into optimal pH levels when growing cannabis and their associated nutrient availability. The first thing any cannabis cultivator needs to check when growing cannabis for optimal results, is the pH levels of the medium being usedand of course the nutrients/water being feed to them. The cannabis plant...

  7-31-2007    Views: 38988   
article Chart showing symptoms of various nutrient deficiencies
Bellow is a chart that shows what physical symptoms are commonly  shown by plants during  each of the most common nutrient deficiencies   Symptoms NP  K Ca  SMg FeMnB Mb Zn Cu Over.fert  Yellow Upper Leaves No No NoNo

  7-31-2007    Views: 13413   
article D.I.Y Building A Worm Farm.
Simple to make for about $25As you may or may not know a worm farm can be a great addition to ya back yard or grow area as the worm castings are a great source of nutrience and can be use to make a great seedling soil as SS has showed us in his Germination Tutorial and the worm juice that accumulates at the bottom...

  7-30-2007    Views: 7231   
article Feeding Frequency & Volume Guide
A very common question for new growers is how often should I feed and how much should I feed ? Really this is a vital thing to work out early on because it helps you judge what size reservoir you may need to last those 4 days you may be away during your grow etc. Probably one of the most common issues new growers have...

  1-16-2010    Views: 17973   
article How do I adjust my pH in my organic mix
Organic growers face all kinds of issues when it comes to finding substitutes for synthetic products available to do the same task. pH is something that we all have to worry about so here are some ways to control your pH if you are growing organically. To lower ph: acetic and citric acid works well . To raise ph: add...

  8-5-2007    Views: 4327   
article Nutrient Problems with Pictures
For some reason, every time i find a decent nutrient problem solver, they dont have pics and when they do have images, they disapear after a week or 2 so now while i have one up, im downloading all the images, copying the text and making a copy for OzStoners so i hope you all find it helpfull or atleast an...

  8-6-2007    Views: 170211   
article What is pH and why is it important?
pH ExplainedpH is a measure of the degree of the acidity or the alkalinity of a given solution as measured on the pH scale of  0 to 14. The midpoint of 7.0 on the pH scale represents  a "neutral" solution which is neither acid nor alkaline based. Numbers below 7.0 indicate an acidic base and...

  7-31-2007    Views: 8640   
article What Mineral Elements Do Plants Need ?
When it comes down to it there are 20 mineral elements essential/beneficial for healthy plant growth  The following elements are supplied via the air and water Carbon (C)Hydrogen (H) Oxygen (O)    Macro-Nutrients The following Macro-nutrients are needed in high volumes though the required...

  1-16-2010    Views: 56812   



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