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Old 06-08-2017, 02:17 PM #11
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Last seed has popped through, so 100% success using the coco pellets
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The 2 in the back are much older and were started in Rapid Rooters. They grew tall with very weak main stalk that required support until today when I was finally able to remove the coco fibers. (no bueno). Most likely it was hard for roothairs to develop along the tap root and anchor since the RR holes are too big, which also caused 2 others to die

The other 4 were all started in the coco pellets 100% success (muy bueno). Main stalks are stronger and I suspect will be shorter to the first leaf sets

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I often follow nutrients and supplement advancements: You tube is a great source. I saw this among many NPKs YT videos. Certainly seems logical to me, so today, I started adding yucca to my veg nutrient and foliar spray. Also adding it to my 2 flowering plants, but here seems the more ideal place to see what it brings to the party. I know I should, but won't be doing a side-by-side, but then I'm not trying to sell you something

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Silicon in and of itself is beneficial to plants, but it is most beneficial to those plants that accumulate high levels of extra silica in their tissues. In rice, for example, silica is already considered an essential element, and many grasses and other monocots are significant silicon accumulators. In contrast, most vegetables and other dicots accumulate only trace amounts of silica, so the benefits of synthetic, water-soluble silica are often limited. Biogenic silica, on the other hand, provides water-soluble silica when the plants need it the most, and it provides a host of additional side benefits during the rest of the plant’s growing cycle.
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All 6 are doing as well as can be expected. Keep in mind the 3 smaller are younger, with the smallest younger still as the seed in that pellet disappeared: I think it popped out of the tweezers when I attempted to insert it, but I didn't notice it at the time

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I listened to Harley Smith's talk (NPK Industries) on seedlings and clones. Good stuff. A couple things that will help now and all future grows

1. pH should be between 5.8 and 6.4. I learned 5.5- 5.8. I always thought 5.5 was low, but... I do let it hang out closer to 6.0 in flower. I think he's right about this. Keeping it low MAY have contributed to leaf tip burn. dunno, but...

2. Domes should be removed after first leaf set to minimize possible mold and root rot

3. Pre-cloning how to prepare the mother, which branches to chose from, proper way to cut, best root stimulation nutrients- too much to post here. It's free. I recommend signing up at NPK Industries
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