Originally Posted by King Rat
whoaaa 400$ is not cheap.
i can get 500g for 120 - 160 $
one is sourced from india.
and another one is from chinese deep sea crab.
I will give it a try of course.
i read that it is solvent in organic acids. my idea is to solve 500g in 1 Liter of humic acid. the time will tell how it works, i gonna order some.
Agreed. Not cheap by any means.
Interesting. If I may I suggest after combining the Chitosan and warm water, you vigorously agitate, let stand and then filter with an ≤80micron screen before adding it to Humic acid. Chitosan contains a substantial amount of small particles that could be problematic for irrigation applications unless they are removed. The filtering will help avoid clogging of filters, emitters, or even watering wand breaker heads.
Might I also suggest 2-5% chitosan by volume. 500g in 1liter of humic acid will give you a very thick and "soupy" result.
Nice thread. Keep it up.