How is my Nitrogen completely depleted in living soil?

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HumbleTie1321

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I just ran nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus soil testing. The test says my nitrogen is completely depleted. The other 2 are just fine. So, the new question is how do I bring just my nitrogen up without burning my plants? I'm using so called living soil (purple Cow Indicanja), Im beginning to wonder if this was a good choice or not. I seem to be having nothing but problems. I see someone suggested this stuff. (Link in bold). Raw Nitrogen. It says that it's 20-0-0. Won't that burn my plants up? What would a normal nitrogen level normally
 
Scar818

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Thats a bit high but you could use it at about 0.5 ml per gallon for few waters and see if there is a change within the week
 
HumbleTie1321

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Are you referring to the product? I've got other nutes here that are less bit they're not just straight nitrogen.
 
Scar818

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Since your soil is completely empty of nitrogen you can use that for a bit but i would still recommend 0.5 ml per gallon. First and second application you can do 1ml per gallon then switch to 0.5
 
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