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  1. Skybound

    Homemade Nutrients from Salts (PH Perfect)

    I'm sure your genetics played some part in that too, lol.
  2. Skybound

    JACKS BACK!!! Capulators new formulas.

    Not for Jack's, but when I make my nutrient concentrates, I add 1 gram of salt for every 10ml of water my jug has which in my case is a half gallon jug (1892.7ml), so I'm adding a 189.3 grams of salt to that and I know that for every 10ml of nutrient, I am getting exactly 1 gram of salt. You...
  3. Skybound

    Homemade Nutrients from Salts (PH Perfect)

    I'm using the NH4 target to manipulate the MAP dosage and the Si target to manipulate the Potassium Silicate and together they command what the PH is. It's convenient though because both of these substances are already in use for their elemental properties. Most growers like their Si much...
  4. Skybound

    Homemade Nutrients from Salts (PH Perfect)

    Sorry, I just realized The Farm uses a different embedded player, so here's an edited version of the link to my video. I hope it doesn't violate any rules. https://www.youDOOB.com/watch?v=9bVt9_9x-ag&list=PLxxqN5RKSG16VMcEHQr09mlYEDyAyKTcR Correcting the web address to YouTube should take you...
  5. Skybound

    JACKS BACK!!! Capulators new formulas.

    I use a surfactant (polysorbate 20) to make the water as wet as it reasonably can be and just make peace with the silts on the bottom of the jug. Before every use, I shake the jug to evenly spread out the silts in the water before taking what I need to ensure the best possible mixture of the...
  6. Skybound

    Homemade Nutrients from Salts (PH Perfect)

    Because my RO's PH is what it is, I had to move the Si and NH4 target to where they currently are to give me PH Perfection in my regimens. This process will NEED to be used to locate PH perfection with your RO source as your starting PH may be different than mine. My chart targets will likely...
  7. Skybound

    Homemade Nutrients from Salts (PH Perfect)

    I dread having to unpack all of this info with each new forum, so forgive me if this is over abbreviated or lacking info, or perhaps needing to comb through my old threads on most of the other forums. The disclaimer aside, I make my own nutrient concentrates from salts and have been doing so...
  8. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Parts Per Million is just a different graduation than Parts Per Hundred (centa) ... Per-cent. 1% equals 10,000 ppm.
  9. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    I strive for 100ppm of S, but I accept as low as 50. The greater the S content, the sweeter the smoke.
  10. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    IMO, you should beat it down to 5.6-5.8 as the Si is going to pull it up to God knows where afterwards.
  11. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Not that it's a problem, but perhaps your issues are rooted in PH drift?
  12. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Plants will uptake way more K than they need, and if there's too much in the ferts, it will block Ca uptake. Your best bet is to find the sweet spot for the K:Ca ratio so not to over do the K. I want to reiterate though that using a branded blend, and relying on the numbers given on the label...
  13. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Calcium easily bonds with free anions such as P or S, so to have the best chance of preventing your Ca from precipitating, mix your CalNite in dead last. It's best practice to add silica first, than acidic solutions next (anything with P in it), than the micros and the calcium products last. I...
  14. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    As best I can tell, all you'll find for Canna profiles is what other growers use and share on forums such as this. Daniel Fernandez (creator of Hydro Buddy) told me that universities an Ag schools won't study cannabis too much because of USA's laws and as the result, we have to find our own way...
  15. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Kindly quote my asking for an explanation and not a source.
  16. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Everything you said about Boron is wrong. There, I lead you to water....... Go look it up and investigate if I'm wrong .....
  17. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Someone's triggered LMFAO 🤣 FYI Einstein, had you provided link(s) or source(s), THAT would be leading a horse to water, but what you did was say "you think" there's water somewhere out there in the Carolinas. When someone on the internet asks you to prove the things that you are saying, the...
  18. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    So essentially, I am to invest my time trying to prove your research right and my own wrong? How about I just keep relying on my own years of research and application and if someone along my journey makes conflicting claims, I continue to expect them to substantiate their own claims like I...
  19. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Please provide links or sources so I can figure out why my hydro book is so wildly incorrect. Also, please confirm that you're speaking about hydro and not soil.
  20. Skybound

    Let's Talk About the Calcium/Potassium See-Saw

    Here is an excerpt from Hydroponics; A Practical Guide for the soilless grower That, and Jack's B ppm being 0.396 when using 3 grams of Jack's, or 0.476 when using the recommended dose of 3.6 grams. This lead to cooked leaf tips of every Jack's crop I grew as well as all other journals I...
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