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#41 Codeman

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Posted 21 July 2017 - 11:57 AM

That appears to be a 3 gallon pot to me but im not really sure. That is also assuming its full of growing media. I really don't use much perlite unless using coco coir based mixes.

 

1 quart of perlite though seems like very little for a 3 gallon pot without any perlite already added. My best guess is around 4 quarts total.

 

it has some perlite from the potting mix but it's very little.



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Posted 21 July 2017 - 04:41 PM

I found my plant pots. I believe these are the size i am using for my pepper plants. Here is the direct link.

https://www.lowes.co...nter/1000174873



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Posted 21 July 2017 - 09:43 PM

As discussed - https://inis.iaea.or...g_q=RN:34036012

There are further details in "Teaming with Nutrients" but I really struggled to find the exact sentence 


Get the compost/EWC dialled in and you won't have many questions that need an answer.


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Posted 22 July 2017 - 03:41 PM

As discussed - https://inis.iaea.or...g_q=RN:34036012

There are further details in "Teaming with Nutrients" but I really struggled to find the exact sentence 

 

I sent you a direct link and a picture to ask you how many cups of perlite i should need to put in the plant pot. I already know that improved soil aeration can help with calcium deficiency and other nutrients as well since you told me.






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