purpletonberry27 karma2021-08-24 15:54:17 UTC
I always see recommended online that liquid fertilizers must always be pH adjusted, even if the feed is going into soil. However, I've really only seen this suggested in cannabis growing communities, and when I researched this further, I came to the conclusion that substrate pH matters a lot more and that the nutrient solution won't end up changing it very much. Assuming starting with a good soil, is it even necessary? I would love any insight you have on when pH adjusting a nutrient solution is and isn't necessary (excluding hydroponics of course). Thank you!
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