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Dinafem Seeds Strain Guide


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    • EarLobe
      I think that may be the best way to get a good idea of what's going in to be fair.   Having a look at the bottle they list NPK they just say Cal Mg and trace nutes are added. Would be interesting to know for future deficiencies and knowing you can buy seperate bottles for each nute!   @purepotstillI don't think I've noticed mg/l on the bottles but I'll have another look. 2.4% in a 1l bottle I'm assuming would be 2.4mg/l? Or 24mg?
    • NezA
      Surely you must mean ex Mrs @55Northland
    • EarLobe
      Numbers seem to add up ok mate.   Looking at the canna mono magnesium the issues seem to point at a Mag deficiency on the canna website... Their article is fairly similar...   Hope this solves the problems!
    • purepotstill
      It depends on the concentration of your nutes @EarLobe. In aqueous solutions like we use, you can go with 1ppm = 1mg/L