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Old 01-06-2019, 02:18 AM #1
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amount of epsom salts to mix in soiless mix?

I use a local gardening stores bagged soiless mix (peat, perlite etc.) and add bone, blood and other fertilizers but was wondering what amount of Epsom salts others use directly in the soiless mix?
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Could just add it to waterings and foliar to prevent using too much, some strains want more than others and too much magnesium isnt good for growth.

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85 percent calcium saturation and 8 percent magnesium saturation is enough in your soil, then apply epsom salt week 3 and possibly 5 on a 10-12 week flower cycle. If you're vegging them, every 3-4 weeks one tsp per gallon of water for epsom salt should suffice, if you need more add more frequently, if you let them root bind in the pot of that soil you will need it more often.
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Dont bother its not slow release. Dolomitic lime would release all the mg the plants needs slower and buffer..
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