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    The problem with coco tends to be Cal/Mag deficiencies, IME. I suspect Dub's recipe will work in coco as long as one is ready to provide an occasional Cal/Mag boost.

    Quote Originally Posted by IrishMediFarmer View Post
    Will this work in the coco D,you know what I'm using at the moment,& they all say coco choir safe..or would i run into some problem's.i remember you saying about the saltpeter putting a real charge into the plants Explosive lol.peace out.
    IMF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublinskunkfiend View Post
    Things You'll Need


    Saltpeter

    Plaster of Paris

    Epsom salt

    Monocalcium phosphate

    Ammonium sulfate

    Powdered boric acid

    Manganese sulfate

    Zinc sulfate

    Copper sulfate

    Electric metric kitchen scale

    Teaspoon

    2 airtight containers


    Instructions


    1Measure the ingredients for macro-nutrient formula using an electric metric kitchen scale. Use individual containers for each ingredient. Place an empty container on the scale and press the tare or zero button. This will prevent you from having to subtract the weight of the container from the weight of the product. Mix the following ingredients in an airtight container and store in a cool dry place: 225g saltpeter (potassium nitrate), 198g plaster of Paris (calcium sulfate), 170g Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), 43g ammonium sulfate and 5g iron sulfate.



    2Use a teaspoon to measure the individual ingredients for the micro-nutrient formula. Mix the following ingredients into an airtight container: 1 tsp. manganese sulfate, 1 tsp. boric acid powder, ½ tsp. zinc sulfate and ½ tsp. copper sulfate. Store in a cool, dry place.






    3Measure 1 tsp. of the macro-nutrient mix for every gallon of water in your hydroponic grow system. Measure ½ tsp. of micro-nutrient mix to 1 qt. of water and mix well. Add 1 liquid oz. of this solution to every 3 gallons of liquid macro-nutrients. Add nutrient mixes every two weeks to your hydroponic grow system, and when you change the water in the system






    Awesome info Dub
    SUB ROSA GARDENS

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    Thanks PDX ...............

    The price of nutes is crazy .........................

    With cash around the globe getting tighter ....................

    This might help a few.

    Peace, and good grows.

    DSF.

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    Hey RacerX,Yeh I've noticed that with the coco Cal Mag is a key part of using coco to its full potential,Somthing I had to learn the hard way...But lesson learnt!!thanks for the input brother,its always good to hear from others who have hand on experience...peace out for now..
    IMF.


    Quote Originally Posted by RacerX View Post
    The problem with coco tends to be Cal/Mag deficiencies, IME. I suspect Dub's recipe will work in coco as long as one is ready to provide an occasional Cal/Mag boost.
    Irish Medi Farmer

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    Dubs, dumb question, but I have to ask. MaddFarmer genetics connected to the nutrient line? They have some good stuff.
    Testing Alien Ballz Deep and Kats n Dogs for Sub Rosa

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    No Shifty.
    Its not the same MadFarmer brother.

    Peace,

    DSF.

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    Here you go, if you want to prepare your own hydroponic nutrient solution at home, these steps can help:

    Step 1: Take a spacious container and pour some water to fill the nutrient reservoir attached to your hydroponic system.
    Step 2: Perform a pH test to find out the pH level of the water in the hydroponic system. Keep it between 5.0 and 6.0.
    Step 3: Take two teaspoons of your dry fertilizer per gallon of water. Make sure the fertilizer includes zinc, manganese, boron, molybdenum and cobalt.
    Step 4: Mix the fertilizer with the water and put one spoon of Epsom salts. Mix all the ingredients until all of them dissolve properly.

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