Is fulvic used as drench and foliar duting flower? It's fine to foliar the flowers? I bought the royal gold from future harvest..it has 0-1-0 so a minuscule amount of P.
I don't go typically go by EC or NPK ratio since it is (kind of) a Frankenstein line.
Base- Jacks/MB 3/2 g/gallon, up to 3.6/2.4 g/gallon
Add epsom salt if magnesium deficiency or under LED's
Transition- Growmore flowering cal-mag 3-5ml drench and foliar
Bloom boost week 4-6- Homemade Hammerhead has a better ratio, but you can use MKP in a pinch, 1g/gallon
Mr. Fulvic/AGT-50- 0.5-1ml/gallon start to finish and with foliar.
I haven't dropped Cal Nit, but I can see how people wouldn't want jungle green plants when trying to focus on flower production.
I was hoping to have tried Royal Gold by now . My neighborhood garden store has been waiting for an order for over a month.
I hope you will share your results. Best of luck to you.
Bill where and how are you getting your tissue samples that you’re referencing
since I started using Mr Fulvic I noticed my pH is a little lower than without, and my live buds that have developed with it in the program seem stickier to the touch, oh boy! Its lucky for me because I have a tent full of jawa pie clones at different stages, and as they mature they'll have more and more Mr Fulvic, I'm excited to have them be tastier and tastier as they come in, it'll be a good testbed.
I looked into calcium and magnesium acetate dietary supplements, but they usually have one form of cal/mag in them that isn't totally soluble. That's fine in soil/soilless, but not for foliar or hydroponics.
Wish I seen this before I went and sprayed cal/mag acetate as a foliar lol! Meh lesson learned.
Quick question Bill, Do you know of any Canadian suppliers of these chemicals?
Calcium acetate it totally soluble. It's what's in KNF water soluble calcium. You can get it from BulkSupplements.com
I use Custom Hydro Nutrients for supplies. Fulvic is harder to get, but a couple friends up North posted products here that are compatible like fulvic acid in this thread.
i see Hydro Companys taking the 1/10 Ammonium of Nitrogen Route mostly.
In Hydroponics: A Practical Guide for the Soilless Grower, J Benton Jones Jr. says this ratio keeps the pH from drifting.
I don't add extra MAP at transition because it doesn't follow tissue sampling I've seen. A bump in calcium does.