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Flowering Cal Mag?

Discussion in 'Nutrients and Fertilizers' started by JMcG, Dec 11, 2017.

  1. JMcG

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    What's up farmers?
    After hearing some good things about Grow More and listening to some interviews with them I picked up some of their Medicino flowering Cal Mag product. It has no nitrogen in it.
    I currently am growing in coco and have been adding Cali magic, but my past runs seemed N+, so I thought this might do the trick.
    Does anyone have any experience with this product or one like it?
    I also run silica ( pro tekt) at 3 ml per gallon, Mammoth P, and Ionic nutes. Usually I am in the 1.6 ec range during flower with the silica and cal mag being .3 ec of that.
    Thanks people!
     
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  2. JMcG

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    Well from what I learned on the DGC it sounds like I should run the Cali magic for the first 2-3 weeks of flower to utilize the N during the flip and stretch. I’ll change to the flowering Cal Mag after that.
     
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  3. Aside from ionic, sounds like someones been hitting the nug vault! lol I was looking into getting some of that Flowering Cal-mag too, but I think I ended up going with some Axiom Harpin Protien.
     
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  4. I heard there's a great group of growers in that there DGC! :smoking:
     
  5. JMcG

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    Oh yeah!
    I have learned a ton over there too.
     
  6. Leew421

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    Why stop and that. I highly recommend biomin. Amino chelated calcium, fulmag. You can really control how much of each and never touch nitrogen. I feel like the "calmag" statement is to general. Plants don't always need both or maybe more than the other.
     
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  7. I just got a sample, how do you like it so far if you have used it?
     
  8. JMcG

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    I went thru two bottles on my last grow. I didn’t see anything ground breaking but my nitrogen levels seemed lower, the girls didn’t have any claw or excessive deep green color.
    This run I just scaled back the Calimag quite a bit and raised my EC and seem to have the same effect.
     
  9. Ever try Sonnes#2 calphonite(montmorillinite) a high calcium/ phosphorus mix, mostly mg is not as much needed as calcium, nitrogen activates mg(chlorophyll)...too much mg gives bland taste (grassy/flat)...more calcium/mineral mix and a sweetener to balance... nothing fancy...my2¢...
    cw