Originally Posted by slownickel
Way too much K in there, some bone meal may have helped had you got it on in time. .
With all that Mg and K, this is why that soil took forever to dry out.
No way that you will see much if any build up of micros using chelates. It usually takes some large quantities of sulfates to achieve balance.
Yes I agree on the k and Mg, I don't know why my Mg is so hi as I stayed away from it all season.
At the beginning of flowering I soil drenched with liquid bone meal from a tank with constant agitation and also top dressed with seabird guano 12-12-2 as I do every year.
Maybe because I used extra gypsum this year during veg and beginning of flower and used Ca from baicor in my foliar sprays all that extra Ca created more space for anions and it required way more P to fill the space for maximum potential. IDK i'm still tying to figure it out.