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K71

pH for organix

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Yeah

just trying to give the nutes a fair shot.

gonna run half my smile not ph and the other half ph,d

 

should be a fair comparison with everything being the same strain

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57 minutes ago, K71 said:

gonna run half my smile not ph and the other half ph,d

 

I like this idea :yep: 

Haven't ph'd my organix, although I did notice it was on the low side. 2 runs in so far no probs, but it would be interesting to see a side by side.  Are they clones then?

*H&G Batmix, filtered tap wat ph 7

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forgot that I recently had a water analysis done:wallbash:

 

looking over it, it had low levels of alkalinity. 18.3 it was, they did say that this could cause low ph when nutes were added so that seems to be the reason the feed is sending the ph low.

 

Its no isssue just want to rule out any ph problems from the start

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I never ph my soil grows ever. Plant magic old timers and bio bizz organic and never ph and never any problems 

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No PH needed in my opinion...we never have in soil :)

 

Just coming toward the end of a cycle using the organix range...stuff seems brilliant so far if im honest with you, plants have been in great shape throughout...ill get a photo later :yep: 

 

Farmer G 

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Using the Organix range with no PH adjustment as always...pictures as promised :) 

 

Farmer G 

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On 15/12/2019 at 3:54 PM, FARMER G said:

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Using the Organix range with no PH adjustment as always...pictures as promised :) 

 

Farmer G 

 

Simply stunning mate :wub:

 

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Very impressed with these range of nutrients @Intense Nutrients Matt my friend , its defo something i will carry on using and i have been asked by some friends recently what im using and told them to look at intense :yep: 

 

Farmer G 

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2 hours ago, FARMER G said:

Very impressed with these range of nutrients @Intense Nutrients Matt my friend , its defo something i will carry on using and i have been asked by some friends recently what im using and told them to look at intense :yep: 

 

Farmer G 

 

That is great news bro glad your impressed by the nutrients the plant shots looked amazing as always 

Always makes me happy to see a great review from a valued member such as yourself so thankyou  :yep:

 

Anything I can do just hit me up and I will do my best bro

All the best

Matt :skin_up:

 

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On 11/30/2019 at 11:52 AM, K71 said:

But we’re not talking about the ph of the soil

do we agree that feeding at 4.5 ph is going to start lowering the actually ph of the soil

not to mention a feed at 4.5 is too acidic for the roots.

 

anyway will see how things go

got half my plants on one 1ml grow 2ml foundation ph 4.5, others or on the same with 0.5ml of silicon ph 6.5

 

btw I’m using half the reccomened dose of grow, just tested at the recommended 2ml ltr and that’s sending thing to low 3s on the ph.

I use coco, which is pretty much inert. I pH to 5 and the runoff will end up about 6.2 in a few hours. What this tells us is that biological processes at the roots, with my added micros, is constantly raising the pH.... as it will in soil. May be you could sweeten your water with some organic version of calmag as it's very soft.

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