I've been trying to find some answwers to a few of my coco-related questions, but sadly it's been too poor results for me to decide whether I should go nuts or stay safely to the peat/perlite based soil mixes.
I have used coco for peat on some occasions, but went back to peat because of the economy, safety and availability.
-A few of these factors have changed recently and I'd like a "cleaner" approach to the sweet natural taste I've had so far...
I've noticed the nute schedule at Canna's website indicate how many ml/10L of water. This almost the same as the other fertilizing plans I've seen on Biocanna and Terra series. But this two-part formula is new to me and I read two values for the coco nutes.
-Is this the maximum dosage for A and B?
I see alot of different opinions on the subject of flushing the coco between feedings and according to percentage of solution run-off.
-In an automated run-to-waste drip system; would only 1 water-flush a week suffice? (This would be very convenient as I have to refill the res. at such intervals. I would maybe need to reduce the nutrition value of my feeding water since this seemed to work with hand-watered organics on peat-based soil(less)-mix blended with perlite.)
Is there any organic nutes for a coco-grow fed by such a drip-system that is rinsed with water only once weekly, and runs to waste. I don't wanna leach much more than 5-10% at each feeding, but could easily run a nice 50-100% flush with weak nutes or plain water once a week (or every other week). That's when I have to change the resorvoir anyway.
Canna say there coir is buffered and trichoderma inocculated but COGR-slabs are not. Then I see some buffering agents and this woman at a sales point say I shoyld use substra-series on the COGR-slabs....
I get soooo confused.
-Do I NEED CalMag for Cannas coco-coir?
-Have anyone used the COGR yet, and is it just to buffer it with this CalMag you guys talk about?
-One website for horticulture claimed to be BioBizz-experts and said that even though BioBizz carried their own coco-medium they preferred Cannas coir. They also claimed that BioBizz-nutes were fully compaible with plain coco-coir, but I think they talked about tomatoes and peppers...
-Is BioBizz programme really enough to grow cannabis on coco-coir?
Reusing Canna coco seem to be almost problem-free from the info on their website. Then again I read in here that the coir releases P+K during latter flowering stages...
-So how come recycling the slabs don't cause build-up's, lockouts or at least imbalance between nutrient elements?
Thank You very much if you're still reading my seemingly endless array of questions regarding coco growing. I realize that there are a lot of information at the internet, but it's exactly like this
experience is king InMyMostHonestOpinon.