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Old 04-16-2017, 07:36 AM #2221
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What's up with high sulfur in commercial composts? I'm finding a lot of high sulfur. This one I'm looking at is 160ppm in material with a CEC of 9.

Is this from using ammonium sulfate as a starter? (nitrogens are low at present) Or elemental sulfur to bring down the ph (at 6.6 at the moment). Or is just the way it is? I think this one is lower than another I was looking at.

I'm not concerned about the presence, just wondering if it is indicative of the practices being used.
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in the past i had the idea to grow thyme with the ganja plants...
mint seems a tad invasive but would work for sure
thyme stays in it's root area, doesn't spread like mad the way mint can

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Old 04-16-2017, 11:34 AM #2224
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So I might not be on the same EXACT topic as the last couple pages, but I was catching up on what I havent read the past week.

Say you transplant into A much bigger pot, like one that your going to let veg for 1-2 weeks to get established, and that the plant will finish flowering in as well.. Instead of watering the entire pot, or saturating everything.. Would it be better to water the outer rim/areas of the pot?

Like dont water the inside areas that are hitting the soil/rootball that you transplanted into that big pot.. So you would be watering the new soil/medium you used to fill in the big pot for A couple weeks? I would think it would make the roots search and grow to get that water.

But im not sure that can still be considered A Wet and Dry Cycle.. Oh and im glad ive been reading this thread, well certain parts over and over and doing other research about stomatas,vpd, and the whoel shebang.. I never knew why alot of the leaves on some of my plants had sweat/water on them when looking in the tent lol.. They werent touching any other leaves and no foliar spray was aplpied at all haha I was stumped until doing some reading/research..

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in the past i had the idea to grow thyme with the ganja plants...
mint seems a tad invasive but would work for sure
thyme stays in it's root area, doesn't spread like mad the way mint can

thanks for the info paradoxlost
I saw that dill is supposed to be really good as well but us just as invasive as mint. Maybe with mint they would compete with each other.
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Reppin...everybody talks about B moving Ca and that is true. But they forget Si. 100s of tests show wollastonite to be a faster Ca source than gypsum. Just don't forget pH. The upper Si limit is way above what people think.

Take 2 6 inch pots. Use vansil in 1 and solution grade gypsum in the other. Let us know which shows up in the sap first. Or water some ksil in with your gyp and see what happens
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Another is RA - The Sun.

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Reppin...everybody talks about B moving Ca and that is true. But they forget Si. 100s of tests show wollastonite to be a faster Ca source than gypsum. Just don't forget pH. The upper Si limit is way above what people think.

Take 2 6 inch pots. Use vansil in 1 and solution grade gypsum in the other. Let us know which shows up in the sap first. Or water some ksil in with your gyp and see what happens
I can do that. I have some in 6" that I can do a lil report.

My main concern with watering in B is going to far cuz 1 ppm at a time using solubor in 2 gallons might be tough.

I sprayed some pht Ca/sea stim/accelerate/pacificgro on the ghouse. I have a history on paper as what they where testing. So we will see. The K:Ca has been running 2.46:1 on top. I suspect it'll be closer to 1.5:1 but I don't want to run all the K out to much because they're in flower. I'm a few days away from putting a lil ksil/K sulfate on for top dress.

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