You are anosmic. Theres at least one turd per page. Pg1: "Silica should be from silicone dioxide and is best absorbed by foliar spray."
the only thing wrong with that is that it doesn't tell you what happens when you spray it on your plant then dry it and smoke itCool, I was referring to the white paper. He is in there as Approved by, not done by, that's it, no biggie. I read the paper already so I'm good on the video. I believe I've seen this one already, talks about darkness before harvest and other controversial growers habits. Thanks tho.
Really good stuff.
the only thing wrong with that is that it doesn't tell you what happens when you spray it on your plant then dry it and smoke it
KASIL® SS Powder Potassium Silicate - SAFETY DATA SHEEThttps://www.pqcorp.com › pq-corporation › kasil
Prolonged or repeated inhalation of crystalline silica causes lung diseases including silicosis, emphysema, obstructive airway disease and lung cancer.
Only a moron sprays it on buds.they are spraying it on the bud and leaves cant you read what i said
whats MSAIt uptakes silica that was converted to MSA.
thanks bro 👊Mono-silicic acid. This is the form of silicon the plant can uptake immediately.
but for supersoil you still recommend agsil16 to work fine yeah?
but how can you tell if theres enough in there right so im thinking to supplement
from what im reading i fully agree, learning new things still...Soil is the only media I would use with AgSil.
yeah ive only ever been in my soil mixes, the branches are strong enough that they are resisting me crushing them with my thumb and index even though im applying a decent amount of pressureIf your plant's branches are thick and sturdy, it got enough MSA.
i wish the info on youtube and most sites used chemical compositions when talking about topics for example silica. would have figured this out long ago, they are dumbing information down
Thanks for the study 👍"Foliar applications can be used, but the Si does not become incorporated in the plant tissue.
Rather a film is created on the surface of the cuticle layer for pest management. Studies
have supported the mentioned findings and have suggested that root-available Si is
the most effective mechanism for Si accumulation, while foliar sprays are effective
for biotic stress, but do not have much of an effect on growth or yield." page 12.
Approaches to Supplementing Silicon in Soilless Media and the
Value of Silicon in the Mitigation of Drought Stress
Mackenzie Grace Dey, Utah State University
Approaches to Supplementing Silicon in Soilless Media and the Value of Silicon in the Mitigation of Drought StressSilicon (Si) is not considered an essential element for plants to complete their lifecycle, but is known to be beneficial for plants under environmental stress such as drought. Unlike natural soils, Si is minimally bioavailable in soilless media. With indoor agriculture and greenhouse production...digitalcommons.usu.edu