Part time factory worker in a chemical place, secondary occupation is a gardener
Growing various plants, kettlebell training/bodyweight training, cycling and metal detecting.
Single man with outgoing personality and also have well defined sarcastic sense of humor, that can either make people hate me or like me, there is no middle ground with the personality i have and like to talk to people about various interesting things to gain/give a lot of knowledge to other people.
Lot of people have tried to change my personality over the years, but cant change something that is me, so either try to deal with it or leave me be as i dont like people that try to be something they are not.
I noticed this Gold label coco a+b fertilizer a while ago, when i gathered various info about coco coir growing. Gold label is a known company already for their coco coir stuff, so i pretty much bet their coco coir fertilizer would be a good stuff to try out for chili growing.
Total Nitrogen (N): 6%
Phosphate P (P2O5): 2%
Potassium K (K2O): 8%
Calcium (Ca): 5%
Magnesium (Mg): 2%
The chelated micro elements guarantee optimum availability in a wide pH range. This stuff costs bit under 60 euros for the 2x5litre containers, but even so it is still far cheaper than my Floramicro/floramato combo.
Have anyone here tried this stuff to grow chilis before as this stuff is available in both America/Europe?
Chilli focus(NPK: 3.0 – 1.0 – 4.4) is a very popular chili fertilizer in Europe and does have a lot of good reviews. The 5 litre container is rather cheap, actually it is around the same price as the Hesi coco stuff.
My question now is, have any of you used Chilli focus in coco coir growing and how did it go?