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Old 01-26-2017, 10:56 PM #501
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Is there any difference in a k2 test from spectrum and a normal spectrum test in regards to the way it was scooped?

I am wondering if you determine amendments the same way you would with the two? I dont want to run numbers thru the calc in the same way if it's totally wrong. If this was already brought up I'm too stupid to remember
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No difference as far as SN has told us. Just shake times and aa.

So to translate between the two, assume your iron and aluminum is higher and Ca is lower (since the normal spectrum test is m3 with no aa8.2 right?).
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For what its worth I just got back results for a K3 test I asked for from Spectrum.

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How are your plants doing in that soil stew?
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How are your plants doing in that soil stew?
Not planted yet. Soil is only about 3 cf mixed in a container last march. Added worms and have been letting it go all summer. Feed the worms a bit. Kept it damp. In a couple weeks I plan on dropping seeds for a indoor tent small grow.
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Fantastic thread Biggred!

Thanks for sharing all this. If you pm me I think I can share a valuable tool for you.

Is there any lab on earth you can recommend at this point in time for a peat based substrate?

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