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YAMracer754

Member Since 14 Feb 2018
Offline Last Active Jul 13 2018 06:40 PM

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In Topic: Chilli focus fertilizer in coco coir growing?

13 July 2018 - 04:25 PM

 
Chilli focus seems to be made for the European market, but i am sure the US market is already loaded with various kind of fertilizers without adding this stuff in the mix. [emoji14]
 
Edmick, perhaps you could give a test drive for the Urban Farm Fertilizers Texas Tomato Food. They claim is 100% complete fertilizer and work for hydroponics. This stuff is also one of those things we do not have in European market.

The Cal in megacrop is procured from mag nitrate and mag sulfate, more mag bit than sulfate I believe

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In Topic: Chilli focus fertilizer in coco coir growing?

13 July 2018 - 04:10 PM

 
Chilli focus seems to be made for the European market, but i am sure the US market is already loaded with various kind of fertilizers without adding this stuff in the mix. [emoji14]
 
Edmick, perhaps you could give a test drive for the Urban Farm Fertilizers Texas Tomato Food. They claim is 100% complete fertilizer and work for hydroponics. This stuff is also one of those things we do not have in European market.

I know I sound like broken record from my previous post but Megacrop is rated as well for use in Hydro, dtwc, RDTW, Aquaponic, soil, coco coir, Drip, perlite, rockwool, expanded clay pellets, fert. Injectors, and every grow system in media currently known!

I got my 22lb (9900g)bag in the mail and have already made a nice super concentrated stock solution thats 1.5g/ml and used about 40 gal at 3/4tsp/gal which is about 4-4.5g. Check it out boys and girls! Huge bag for $55! Plus 5%off with coupon code MEGACROP.

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In Topic: YAMracer754 work in progress GLOG

13 July 2018 - 04:03 PM

wow, what a great garden(s)!!!!   Love the Walmart bag idea.  I just gave a crapload of older ones to my hubby to bring in to use at his work, wish now I had saved them :)

Thanks so much Kim! They work great but they're not as durable as the nice fancy cloth chins bags off Amazon but aside from that I'm thinkin if I can bury them in the ground partway I'll get some root insulation and stabilization as the size of the okra in it is unbelievable!

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In Topic: Show me yur seed starting setups!

11 July 2018 - 09:48 PM

Empty at the moment save for a few Lil ones for a GDTD but you get the idea, and yes! Shelving I'd say beautiful wonder to utilize vertical space to save horizontal space! I have photo, I believe it'd my profile photo, of it completely loaded and I was able to have like 90-100 medium sized planta covered. 3x 130w quantum boards with a single driver wired in parallel plus a blurple kingbo 50w(30w actual) ufo light for the far ends red and blue spectrums. The boards are a 5000k, 4000k, and a 3000k. The 5000k plus single 120w driver not shown in picture. All run on digital timers and heatpads on certain shelves when needed. Low cost, max efficiency is what I was going for as electricity ain't cheap and I ain't rich! All dimmable as well to save money and acclimate plants.. 317e67641fc11aa7b0f8ee9609193e20.jpg5f53a8063ccc5311911ffd6abe9651fc.jpg5f3b48a2d451c8777506a8e0ac5951a6.jpgAttached File  IMG_20180424_212354271_HDR.jpg   124.9KB   5 downloadsAttached File  IMG_20180419_184835629.jpg   174.26KB   5 downloadsAttached File  IMG_20180429_201316894.jpg   162.08KB   8 downloads

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In Topic: Soft pepper

11 July 2018 - 09:37 PM

Maybe supplement with viagra or cialis in nute program?

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