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cheesy buds85

Help/advice choosing a new nute range

Hi guys have been using biobizz with soil for a few years now and have had a fair bit of good success with it but since ive moved it doesnt seem to be working as well as it was not sure if it the difference in the tap water or not ph at my new place is 6.2 from the tap i cnt remember what it was at my old place but im sure it was around the 7 mark can anybody recommend a good range of nutes that will be good with my standard tap water an not have to worry about a mag probs??

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You ever thought of making a compost tea?

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Your change in water ph could suggest that your Chlorine levels may be different to.

Biobizz relies on encouraging micro-flaura and fauna which in turn helps your plants take in nutrients.Bio Biz say you should let tap water breathe for at least 24hrs before mixing and feeding but longer would be better or the Chlorine in the water can damage or even kill off some of the fauna slowing/damaging growth or causing deficiency's.

I find 2 litre milk jugs with lids off work well as they pack into tubs well and you can have a rotating supply over 2/3 days.

Hope you get sorted though whatever way you go.

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You ever thought of making a compost tea?

I have been curious about that in the past but didnt know where the hell to start tbh

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Your change in water ph could suggest that your Chlorine levels may be different to.

Biobizz relies on encouraging micro-flaura and fauna which in turn helps your plants take in nutrients.Bio Biz say you should let tap water breathe for at least 24hrs before mixing and feeding but longer would be better or the Chlorine in the water can damage or even kill off some of the fauna slowing/damaging growth or causing deficiency's.

I find 2 litre milk jugs with lids off work well as they pack into tubs well and you can have a rotating supply over 2/3 days.

Hope you get sorted though whatever way you go.

Ye mate have always done that with my water have always left them a min of 24hrs with a 3-4 day supply take em from the front use em refill then stick em at the back

The thing thats doing me head in with biobizz is you always get a mag def wk3-4 in flower not a major prob but it would be nice to not have it happen

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Ye mate have always done that with my water have always left them a min of 24hrs with a 3-4 day supply take em from the front use em refill then stick em at the back

The thing thats doing me head in with biobizz is you always get a mag def wk3-4 in flower not a major prob but it would be nice to not have it happen

I've had the same, I've taken to low dose calmag from first pot up and ween it back by week 3 flowering, seems to sort it . Hope you get yours sorted mate :bong:

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