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Old 09-19-2017, 03:25 PM #2921
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Personal headstash. The amount of fertilizer in a 20 gal pot is insane. But I think I can go til Halloween on this plant. Beads water like a champ
Beautiful job on that plant. The stack is on point.

I have a monster in a 200 gallon that is herculean with it's uptake. I said forget it, and topped it with 5x as much as recommended. Still needs more food, tissue samples sent out yesterday to confirm.

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Is the sulfur in gypsum something to be considered when balancing your soil?
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I am personally having a very hard time trying to incorporate past teachers lessons (such as those ag videos) into the new high Ca paradigm. SlowN needs to write a book, lol. SlowN guide to high Ca cannabis. Lesson one, gypsum.
Every chapter would be gypsum.

I'm probably gonna have to get a pallet myself.
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Old 09-20-2017, 03:36 AM #2924
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Is the sulfur in gypsum something to be considered when balancing your soil?
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Ideally you would want to keep S ppms=P ppms.

However, we have seen 4 to 5 x S than P, and no issues as long as P is kept running constantly at a 1-2-1 ratio. T
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Every chapter would be gypsum.

I'm probably gonna have to get a pallet myself.
Funny guy you are reppin..

Calcium(s) is the first lesson. The lesson is not gypsum.

Gypsum is a source of Ca. You can't go to lesson two til you learn lesson one, no?

Once people learn how to use Ca they immediately need to learn the other lessons. Things have changed, dramatically. That is the shocker we have seen in nearly all cases. The plants DEMAND more food. Makes sense.

And what is that complete Ca lesson? Predigestes carbonates so as to add a good source of calcium without having to drive S through the roof using gypsum but not using that much where we drive pH past 6.7 or so. Calcium(s), yes, lactate (milk), silicate, carbonate, sulfate, gluconate and phosphate come to mind.
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Mota,

Ideally you would want to keep S ppms=P ppms.

However, we have seen 4 to 5 x S than P, and no issues as long as P is kept running constantly at a 1-2-1 ratio. T
In the soil or fert/top dress?
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Damn you guys scramble my brains... so much info to try n comprehend. Keep up the good work, I will understand someday lol
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Mota,

Ideally you would want to keep S ppms=P ppms.

However, we have seen 4 to 5 x S than P, and no issues as long as P is kept running constantly at a 1-2-1 ratio. T
Ok, thanks. P seems to be the expensive part of the equation.
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Mota,

Ideally you would want to keep S ppms=P ppms.

However, we have seen 4 to 5 x S than P, and no issues as long as P is kept running constantly at a 1-2-1 ratio. T
I don't understand, 1-2-1 ratio? 1-2-1 ratio of what?
What are you using as a source of P?
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And what is that complete Ca lesson? Predigestes carbonates so as to add a good source of calcium without having to drive S through the roof using gypsum but not using that much where we drive pH past 6.7 or so. Calcium(s), yes, lactate (milk), silicate, carbonate, sulfate, gluconate and phosphate come to mind.
do you think the more sources of calcium the better for Ca uptake? or all for different applications in different soils at different times.
If our carbonates are predigested will the M3 test become closer to the AA 8.2 ppms of Ca, Meaning less unavailable calcium showing up through both tests?
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