Cannabis.com



Results 1 to 5 of 5

Thread: ppm through growth

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May-24-2005
    Posts
    60

    ppm through growth

    what are ideal ppm readings for seedlings, maturing plants, and adult plants? I know it may vary by what strain, but I was just curious. Peace.

  2. Cannabis Seeds | Cannabis Seeds


    Buy Feminised Cannabis Seeds


    Cannabis Seeds Delivered World Wide, Top Free Seeds with ALL orders. 

     

    Medical Marijuana Dispensary Finder

    Medical Marijuana Directory


  3. #2
    Zandor's Avatar
    Zandor is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Feb-15-2005
    Posts
    4,668
    Well there is a chart in the FAQ section that shows you that for General Hydroponics 3-part nutrient formula. Each company is different, close but different.
    Peace
    Zandor

    If you go cheap you grow cheap. - Me

  4. #3
    harmonicminor's Avatar
    harmonicminor is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    May-11-2005
    Posts
    1,099
    its generally a good idea to start out with only half strength for everything. this way you wont burn the plants. and make sure your water ph is about 6 before using so you dont get nutrient lockout.

  5. #4
    MAC69WAYS is offline Registered
    Join Date
    Oct-12-2005
    Posts
    1

    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by harmonicminor
    its generally a good idea to start out with only half strength for everything. this way you wont burn the plants. and make sure your water ph is about 6 before using so you dont get nutrient lockout.
    ph= 6.0 to 7.0 is Ideal for sprouts thru out bloom. But ckeck it before adding nutrients and re check it again after to make sure it is still whrere it should be. Diferent mediums/soils as well as nutrients can change the ph and this may result in poor growth and other problems.
    Good Growing!!
    NOMAC

  6. #5
    Zandor's Avatar
    Zandor is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Feb-15-2005
    Posts
    4,668
    Quote Originally Posted by MAC69WAYS
    ph= 6.0 to 7.0 is Ideal for sprouts thru out bloom. But ckeck it before adding nutrients and re check it again after to make sure it is still whrere it should be. Diferent mediums/soils as well as nutrients can change the ph and this may result in poor growth and other problems.
    Good Growing!!
    NOMAC
    This is the Hydroponic section and Ph that high can kill plants. Ph that high is more suited for dirt farming.

    Hydroponics Ph is 5.2-5.8 for the best growth.

    The Ph chart in the FAQ showes you the available nutrients at different Ph levels.
    Peace
    Zandor

    If you go cheap you grow cheap. - Me

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •