Mixing charts for gardening with hydrogen peroxide If you want to start gardening with hydrogen peroxide, you need to know how much peroxide to use. Here are charts to tell you how much! To water or mist plants, to soak seeds, to add to water used to wash sprouts: * bathtub sizes vary. It is okay to use more water and/or less peroxide.
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Hi everyone! Ok, I've told you about the 12-1 Veg schedule,(see the link above) and a lot of members here are courageously making the switch and saving themselves a LOT in power bills during the vegetative cycles, and growing bigger, happier, and healthier plants with less troubles, using less power and less nutrients... The results have definitely exceeded all expectations in everyone's trials. The 12-1 thread has had more hits than all but two threads have in the entire time the site has been here, and its rocketed to the #1 thread on the entire forums in only the last 10 months. Many growers who are growing on a rotation or choose to rotate plants through their flower room will find a diminishing light schedule difficult to use. I recently discovered the 10-14 flowering schedule when I noticed my Sativas wouldn't finish. 10-14 Flowering Shedule
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I have used SM-90 at the recommended 1:5 ratio.. but only for a small foliar bottle so wasn't so much.. like 125ml SM-90.. back in the day when I also had thrips, there was nothing bam I noticed right away after like oh shit, too strong or somethin.. it's botanicals, think it's very hard to fry anything with the SM90.. but dunnoo... but i did cycle these sprays with END-ALL sprays..ver.1, really too bad it's not on the market anymore, cuz with the bit i have left, this is what i also recently did to kill the mites when i got the og, bubba, block etc cuts, and one time and mites are completely gone. so maybe the sm90 did shit..lol and was all the end-all, but just tellin ya the whole story. I cycled foliars between the 2, so hard to say what did what. SM90 - CouchLock Cafe
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Concepts in Plant Nutrition Concepts in Plant Nutrition Elemental Interactions As one might imagine, nutrients often do not work alone in their effects on plant growth and development. Quite often, an excess of one nutrient can cause a deficiency of another. This effect is called nutrient antagonism. For example, an excess of potassium in the soil solution can interfere with magnesium utilization, and in effect causes a physiological magnesium deficiency even where the the soil supply of magnesium has been shown to be adequate.