Getting Technical - Stock Concentrates
Updated: May 25
When it comes to feeding your plants, we understand that it can be time consuming to measure grams of nutrients every feeding. That being said, it is important to pay attention to mixing rates and nutrition schedules. You don't want to be overfeeding or underfeeding your plants.
One solution to save time that growers have been using for years is making concentrated stock solutions. (Remember how they used to sell frozen orange juice?) Growers then use a specific amount of concentrate when mixing their reservoirs, or to make things even simpler, they set up an injector to do the work for them.
This week on getting technical we answer some of your questions about stock concentrates. How concentrated can you go? How to make a concentrate solution? What do injector settings mean? When do I add silica?
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