And how large of a difference do you notice, if you do use it?
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Posted 23 March 2011 - 10:58 AM
the only thing sweet is is watered down molasses.and watered down molasses wont clog lines anymore then ur line of nutes if u use clearex or something u would never have a problem. nutes clog stuff up more then watered down molasses all that scale build up. sweet is a great product don't get me wrong but u can get the same results with molasses for half the price.
yea id have to agree with using sweet or another sugar supplement like sugar daddy from technoflora.The only reason ive never used molasses is bc i run a drip system and dont want my pump,lines or drippers getting clogged.true you can dilute it with water but i use the whole technaflora line so i kinda just go with sugar daddy bc its in the lineup i use.Ive also used sucanat sugar which is a brown sugar that you can add into the water and it dissolves quick.either way you go you cant go wrong.
Sweet also offers different flavors now like citrus and berry which is pretty cool.
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Edited by SlickStigmas, 02 April 2011 - 04:23 PM.
Posted 02 April 2011 - 04:23 PM
...molasses is used to feed microorganisms in soil....why would you use molasses is coco???
Posted 02 April 2011 - 04:24 PM
About how much molasses do i ad per gallon?
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 01:28 AM
We use a lot of molasses with our coco. Our nutrients are molasses-based and we add Hi-Brix molasses by Earth Juice. Definitely a plus!
Edited by paulandcathy, 05 April 2011 - 01:32 AM.
Posted 05 April 2011 - 10:15 AM
hey weird have u seen this?
The most significant elements in the analysis are the high potassium levels and the extremely high sodium and chloride levels (sodium chloride = salt). Potassium competes with magnesium and calcium while sodium competes with potassium for uptake. Furthermore, sodium chloride can be highly toxic to certain species of plants; even in relatively low levels, sodium chloride can have devastating effects on root health and development. For instance, this batch of coco coir caused phytotoxicity (yellowing of leaves, rusting/burning, sick plants etc
this is about how salts are properly washed out of coco, but i think un absorbed nutrients can turn to sodium chloride.....and in turn compete with new nutrients you pour in....causing problems like the yellowing and necrosis and purpling and all those little things we try to fix by adding more stuff or flushing....
i know earth juice say there is no salts in sugar peak, but it can turn into sodium chloride in coco
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