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Old 10-17-2017, 02:30 PM #3161
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Who's Yara? Sounds hot, def Scandinavian.

Reppin did you measure your pumpkin yet? I got a 500 pounder with just drip irrigation and one feed of pacific gro.

Anyone ever find anhydrous gypsum?
what is the perceived benefit of anhydrite over dihydrite?
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I top dressed about a half acre of cannabis this year weekly. Wasn't that big of a job. You can't put enough ferts through drip lines for the outdoor beasts us cali boys grow.
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Old 10-17-2017, 06:31 PM #3163
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what is the perceived benefit of anhydrite over dihydrite?
It is a theory of Bill Cisneros. He believes the anhydrous is slower releasing. In that way he can use more since it won't leach stuff as fast. You go to heavy with Valufil or diamond k and you are fixing to leach k and/or mg

I have not found it so cannot say one way or the other.

It would be similar to using a combo of super triple and cal phos

Edit...oerch, that pumpkin looked hot. Seemed to be in perfect health. I am guessing nobody grows 500 lbs of biomass with an mj plant. Kinda makes a guy wonder about all this fertigation and spraying
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Thats why I'm interested in it. I've got a field next year that is 5 cec and I have to be more careful with gypsum use. Either I till some anhydrous in at the start or do small bump of diamond K.

That pumpkin came from a seed out of a 2030 pounder. One of the reasons it got that big with such little care. Going to put in some more work with it next year. People slow down to take pictures. I think most people don't know that they can get over a ton.
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You can't put enough ferts through drip lines for the outdoor beasts us cali boys grow.
we got easy double digits on a lot of plants this year with no fertilizer or topdressing at all, just water and a few foliar feedings. I'm still not sure that much extra nutrition is necessary to grow monsters, just good soil, genetics, and climate.
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Those big blue cities...water, zero foliar and a couple of pg ferts. 100%organic depending on how you feel about micro sulfate.
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probably more practical to just use a coarser particle size, imo.

The Art Wilson mine n Carson City is said to be one of the purest anhydrite locations in the country. Bagged under the name Cal-CM Plus.

https://www.paceturf.org/PTRI/Docume...ace_report.pdf
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If you have room for pH carbonate is the way to go. If you don't then ???
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[quote=orechron;8086002]Who's Yara? Sounds hot, def Scandinavian.

Hahahaha she's hot and ya must be Scandinavian because she is super white. Lol
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we got easy double digits on a lot of plants this year with no fertilizer or topdressing at all, just water and a few foliar feedings. I'm still not sure that much extra nutrition is necessary to grow monsters, just good soil, genetics, and climate.
Been there, done that. Night and day difference. You can grow large plants without nutes no doubt. However if you are trying to reach your genetic potential, there is no other way than to fertilize.

I don't have one single fluffy nug this year. My sour D's are rock hard, wookies, ext. Every year in the past I harvest thinking ehhh, could of done better. This year, every time I pull a branch it's heavier than I expected. Really amazing year for me this year, and I attribute it to the fuck ton of nutrients i used this year.
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