Trichoderma And Rockdust In Coco?
Posted 03 September 2009 - 07:39 PM
Anyway, they all look healthy and bettter than usual, much stronger stems, good lush growth, far far fewer incidences of LSF so am using a lot less essence, it's all good.....
So, can I improve on this by adding rockdust, I hear the trichoderma allows the plants to take up more minerals through the increased rootmass, and rockdust will provide great number of minerals to make available to the plant.
1. Is trichoderma really effective in Coco? Or is it something else causing my plants to be more vigorous?
2. Will rockdust be beneficial in Coco?
3. Should I use regular maxicrop to feed any herd, or will the trichoderma be colonising the plant and the roots, rather than the "herd", or lack of, in Coco.
Posted 03 September 2009 - 08:22 PM
They said their attempt to keep a viable herd in Coco was a failure. Rockdust and granules were applied as well as, I think, trichoderma. Didn't get much more than that other than they didn't think it was possible
Personally, I think it just hinges on the feed....surely. Chemical salts being a no no. I don't know what's on the market Coco feed wise
Other than that I'm clueless!
Posted 16 April 2012 - 08:09 AM
why are the companies even bothering to add trichoderma if it doesn't really last or work with chem nutes? how long does the microherd live for roughly?
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