nothidingfrommain10 karma2021-08-24 15:00:44 UTC
To begin i know this is a lot. I’ve watched and listened t almost everything i could on you. If you can’t reply to all of them i think question 3,1,13,6,10,8,7, in this order of importance would provide the most help to the community. Thankyou so much for your time i know you have taught me and I’m sure many others so much
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nothidingfrommain8 karma2021-08-24 16:37:22 UTC
Yup he uses 20-10-20 jacks
At least that’s what he’s sadi
nothidingfrommain7 karma2021-08-24 15:45:26 UTC
I think he can bump his course but to answer 1 question, especially when i listed which questions I’d rather have answered if he only could do some. Made me feel he didn’t actually read my post.
Can’t be mad at a working man spending his time on here to help us though
nothidingfrommain6 karma2021-08-24 16:35:36 UTC
My guess is because most things that are “organic” or allowed for “organic production” aren’t actually organic or good for the environment. There are organic things that are good for the environment and other things that technically have the label “organic” that would surprise most people if they knew what was in it
nothidingfrommain4 karma2021-08-24 15:09:27 UTC
Would u be able to answer just these 3? Or any that you choose?
Many people say red light is not good for plants but I’ve heard you say it is the best by far. -Same with that plants don’t ignore green light and it interrupts the photoperiod. Be. - Same with that you in studies have found it difficult to show any result from using UV. ?
From your research what do you think the ideal ppm of each of the 16 essential nutrients is ideal for cannabis. Obviously some cultivars require more/less of some but generally speaking?
At what point if any during seedling/ veg growth or even flower do you think someone should raise ppfd?
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