Photo of the Month: Sept 2018 - Member of the Month: Feb 2019
By the way, the cream in my fridge lasts a while, so base it on that. Says so right on the carton. BB Lasts a While.
They yielded good for me last time but nowhere near 14 oz off one. Our plants were neck and neck through the veg stage in the comparitive but yours really outshined mine when they went to blooming. I think the fact that I have 4 of them crammed in such a small space hurts me there. You were able to spread them out more and get more light down into the plant.Congrats Farside on breaking your records. Them Blue Dream have the potential to be huge so you might smash it again this grow. I got over 14oz off the biggest one I had in the comparative I’m excited to follow along for these Blue Dream.
I like their idea of reconstituting it in water. Seems like someone else had that idea to make things more uniform. So they are recommending 100 grams per liter. That works out to 422 grams per gallon. my last attempt was at 454 grams per gallon and this is the result, long term.Nice job breaking your tent record! Every day in every way, we're getting better and better.
Things look clean and ready for liftoff in there now.
On the Megacrop front, here is their response:
"You can just mix a liquid concentrate, like 100grams in 1 Liter. Then you can use 10ml = 1 gram Mega Crop as an easy way to dose, and get a very uniform measurement! It seems like that is what you are concerned about."
And when I asked about how long that mixture would keep, they said:
"It should last very long. The nutrient miners do not degrade in solution."
I don't know what nutrient miners are, but "It should last very long" seems reasonable, if a bit ESL.
There were about 3. Of course the bigger the spoon/sample size, the more consistent it will be. So when I get to 4 grams I'll definitely use the 1/2 tsp spoon rather than 4 1/8th.How many balls did you get in an eighth spoonful?
I think mine is so damp I need to include water weight! I was at 1tsp silica and 5.5g MC and only got to 650 PPM!
I'm guessing it's where the decimal point is! Isn't that the whole point of metric?what's the difference between milli and micro siemens?
And I haven't used my meter the entire Candida grow. I bet I'm up above 7.0 the whole time.I know we've had the whole conversation about not pHing,
|EC (mS)||EC (µS)||TDS NaCl|
(EC µS x 0.5)
(EC µS x 0.55)
(EC µS x 0.64)
|Natural Water™ 442|
(EC µS x 0.7)
Never ever had i ph soil only hydro hydro you must because even light exposure to the water changes the waters ph.I'd have to get to my spreadsheet to compare my last ppm readings per 5 grams and do the math. Sounds about right though.
I like that you're right about at the sweet spot for pH too without having to do anything else. I hope the relationship between my silica additive and Mega is linear and keeps things right in the zone. To go a whole grow without pHing anything would be sweet. I know we've had the whole conversation about not pHing, that it's more about the media, alkalinity, type of Nitrogen used, etc, but I haven't made that leap yet. I still want it within a reasonable range.