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Old 12-13-2018, 08:43 PM #791
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Here is my problem. I have an opinion but not enough facts for it to mean much. Can you get a Spectrum test?
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Did that scoop density raise any eye brows for anyone else? Vs the cec and phos. nonetheless?
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Old 12-13-2018, 10:08 PM #793
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Anyone in here have solid understanding of silicon, mono/ortho silicic acid, choline stabilized mono/ortho silicic acid and polymerization that would be willing to share? The topic of bio silica came up in the silicon thread in my signature as well as using sand as a silicon source, and someone mentioned his plants seem to be eating the sand over time. Im pretty sure the silicon in sand (quartz/silicon dioxide) is hardly plant available and the small portion that becomes available monosilicic acid is lost to Oligomerization/polymerization. I tried to explain it as best as i can from what I understand, Thanks if you can help!
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Old 12-14-2018, 06:03 AM #794
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Here is my problem. I have an opinion but not enough facts for it to mean much. Can you get a Spectrum test?
Ya Im thinking about it Im doing more research, lots of good info on here. Im falling down the rabbit hole.

Spectrum is the best place to test? They weigh the sample correctly?

When I sample should I screen it? I took out some of the pumice out last time.
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Old 12-14-2018, 06:07 AM #795
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Did that scoop density raise any eye brows for anyone else? Vs the cec and phos. nonetheless?
I havent seen anyone on here with a cec that high.
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Old 12-14-2018, 11:30 AM #796
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Ya Im thinking about it Im doing more research, lots of good info on here. Im falling down the rabbit hole.

Spectrum is the best place to test? They weigh the sample correctly?

When I sample should I screen it? I took out some of the pumice out last time.
Dry your sample and sift through a colander,label your sample asking for the k-3 test.
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Anyone in here have solid understanding of silicon, mono/ortho silicic acid, choline stabilized mono/ortho silicic acid and polymerization that would be willing to share? The topic of bio silica came up in the silicon thread in my signature as well as using sand as a silicon source, and someone mentioned his plants seem to be eating the sand over time. Im pretty sure the silicon in sand (quartz/silicon dioxide) is hardly plant available and the small portion that becomes available monosilicic acid is lost to Oligomerization/polymerization. I tried to explain it as best as i can from what I understand, Thanks if you can help!
He’d have a lot better luck with amorphous silica, if nothing else it’ll help hold other minerals in the medium
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