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Capulator

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I wouldn't mix it, it will reduce its effectiveness. The website is very clear not to mix it with anything , it'll render it a standard calcium product, they've obviously done research. It's a great product and so are caps bennies and sea green, just use them separately on different days. Stop being lazy lol
I disagree. I see no fallout whatsoever when they are mixed and I think they are just covering their bases so nobody mixes it up with something else and then blames them for it not working.
 
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I disagree. I see no fallout whatsoever when they are mixed and I think they are just covering their bases so nobody mixes it up with something else and then blames them for it not working.
Yea could be calcium is quite reactive. On their site tho it says it's a mixture of calcium and plant waxes when diluted to a certain strength the plant can assimilate it better. So I dunno, I just spray it separately
From the site:

Calcium-25 is a unique crop yield-enhancing product, and is composed of only naturally-occurring ingredients: calcium and certain amounts of plant waxes that occur on the leaf surface. The combination, when applied to the leaf surface of growing plants in water solution under the right conditions, is absorbed into the leaf as a carefully balanced mixture that can be recognized by the leaf surface as being all-natural components.

As a result, the mixture is absorbed into the plant and calcium is actually translocated in the plant. This makes Calcium-25 different than any other product! This absorption causes a rapid increase in plant growth at an early stage of plant development. The stimulating effect carries over to a final increase in crop yield."

Calcium normally isn't very translocatable. So if what their saying is true, the whole selling feature that makes it stand out from standard calcium foliars, then maybe it won't be as effective? I follow you on insta I know you're a busy dude thanks for your time, peace:)
 
Capulator

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Yea could be calcium is quite reactive. On their site tho it says it's a mixture of calcium and plant waxes when diluted to a certain strength the plant can assimilate it better. So I dunno, I just spray it separately
From the site:

Calcium-25 is a unique crop yield-enhancing product, and is composed of only naturally-occurring ingredients: calcium and certain amounts of plant waxes that occur on the leaf surface. The combination, when applied to the leaf surface of growing plants in water solution under the right conditions, is absorbed into the leaf as a carefully balanced mixture that can be recognized by the leaf surface as being all-natural components.

As a result, the mixture is absorbed into the plant and calcium is actually translocated in the plant. This makes Calcium-25 different than any other product! This absorption causes a rapid increase in plant growth at an early stage of plant development. The stimulating effect carries over to a final increase in crop yield."

Calcium normally isn't very translocatable. So if what their saying is true, the whole selling feature that makes it stand out from standard calcium foliars, then maybe it won't be as effective? I follow you on insta I know you're a busy dude thanks for your time, peace:)
I remember a long time ago a member looke dup their product patent and it specifically mentioned tricontanol. Now, they say they don't haev tricontanol in it... Maybe because the cat got out of the bag and they had to do damage control I don't know.
 
dumpstergrower

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@Capulator is it ok to add fish protine and Alfalfa and neem oil to your foiler pack as a preventive spray or should it just be bubbled by it's self and used at full strength thanks
 
Capulator

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@Capulator is it ok to add fish protine and Alfalfa and neem oil to your foiler pack as a preventive spray or should it just be bubbled by it's self and used at full strength thanks
You may add whatever you like, but I only use castings, foliar and root pack, molasses, and a little thermx70 but only at the end and after the air has been turned off. Yucca foams like crazy.
 
ftwendy

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I remember a long time ago a member looke dup their product patent and it specifically mentioned tricontanol. Now, they say they don't haev tricontanol in it... Maybe because the cat got out of the bag and they had to do damage control I don't know.
Hey @Capulator , are you still using ca25? Ended up here while looking for your app rate for thermx and now I'm curious about the calcium.... sea seems confident it's tria and the patent link is all tria. I'm lost.
 
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yts farmer

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Is there anyway to get a smaller size of ca25?

I'm in the uk and would like to try the magic bullet mix but shipping 2kg of it over the pond is going to be expensive and pretty sure with my size garden ill never need 2kgs of it.
 
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@Capulator ....... I was thinking of adding some dissolved Gnatrol (BTi) to my tea for some added preventative punch on fungus gnats. I've had issues in the past and want to avoid them. Using the Foliar & Root packs, EWC, molasses and Sea Green after I'm done brewing. Will the Gnatrol jack anything up?
 
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@Capulator ....... I was thinking of adding some dissolved Gnatrol (BTi) to my tea for some added preventative punch on fungus gnats. I've had issues in the past and want to avoid them. Using the Foliar & Root packs, EWC, molasses and Sea Green after I'm done brewing. Will the Gnatrol jack anything up?
Don’t bother gnatrol stinks and is oily.
 
Bhoalchemist

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I know this is a long shot. But does anyone happen to the the ppm of calcium 1tsp of calcium 25 added to a gallon of water?
 
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Just want to say thanks for this thread to Capulator. My plants pray to the light with this new foilage bath. They love it and the OGBiowar. Thx for this.
 
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