Originally Posted by Douglas.Curtis
Yes, it's fascinating how ratios of the elements change the composition of the soil. Greatly appreciate the link, I'll check it out for sure. (Btw: I'd be happy to walk you through how simple hydro can be. PM me.)
sadly, simplicity doesn't or never equals true quality, we've all done "hydro" normally where people "start" for a reason or simply for economics, this thread is purely and clearly about maximizing this plant in soil, dude CEC....
Not trying to be a dick even if being one but posting Hydro in here is like posting LED in a HPS forum...
I just re-read this AND it pisses me off.... I actually FULLY believe in simplicity, I just also FULLY know Hydro is a shortcut and waste of time if you care at all about the end user..... Go to the grocer, you see hydro tomatoes, they taste and deliver shit, my heirlooms on the other hand...... In a single tomato or pepper I givef you a 100x's nutrient density, if not more, I'm being conservative - btw, I'm planting 2K seedings today, what are you doing? I bet my GH's are pumping mid march and enjoying that HOT sun, if you aren't a farmer in the N you haven't a clue but the SUN already is getting hot.... believe that w - Feb 1 st ur date, that's the deal, things grow again ! N of 40 degrees but they will start now if in a tunnel in a tunnel, TY Elliot
this is proprietary shit, your seedlings will rock down to 25F , maybe even 22F.... Instagram that shit, nope it's useless like FB