18/6 back to 24/7 on a 6 hour cfl night light
It is an innoculant with Mychos in it is what I was told. After looking into it (before using on my plants), it a microbial chelator. Basically breaks down things the plant needs in the soil so the plant can use them easier, I think this is common to all myhos. I just liked that I can just add it to my water rather than a dry compound like my other mychos. Here is the link for the type I mentioned.What
I'm intrigued, what is liquid mychos? I haven't heard the term yet.
Can I ask you a stupid question? What is the reason/purpose for the soil make up?Growing in 50% Coco, 25% happy frog, And 25% ocean forest. I'm showing early signs of deficiency right after transplant... Chalk it up to transplant shock, it's a mildly hot soil right meow. Was wondering if anyone grows through flower this mix and how do/ or do you amend it... Plants look a little heavy in the N right now but might be a pH thing. Does the happy frog/ ocean forest mix have an unusual pH? Know the ocean forest liked to be low 7's
Basically I didn't have perlite, Coco has a good drainage. I had all 3 at hand and wanted to grow again... So far it's worked, had lockout for a minute but she is turning around. Just trying to see what works for me, 1000 ways to skin this cat just trying my options I suppose.. have a few beans all 1 type soil, few beans mixed soil, and gonna run an amended Coco here soon just to see if maybe there is a better way. I'm learning and testing!Can I ask you a stupid question? What is the reason/purpose for the soil make up?
Coco has no nutrient value
Happy Frog is designed to only provide a few weeks of nutrition to the plant
Ocean Forest is designed to provide continued nutrients thru the lift of the plant.
So what is the purpose of mixing these 3 different products?