Fox Farm soil question

Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by LBgrower318, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. LBgrower318

    LBgrower318 Registered

    hey guys. I am new to growing and currently have two clones that I am about to put in Fox Farm Ocean Forest Potting Soil. Can any one tell me the NPK ratio of this particular soil because it doesn't say on the bag or on the Fox Farm website?
  2. texas grass

    texas grass Registered+

    i dont know the npk of the stuff but if you have a strong root system on the clones i dont see why you couldnt put in there, if you are not sure do 1 of the clones if they are the same

    from foxfarm faqs
    What is the NPK of your soils?

    All of our soil products offer balanced nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. We pH adjust them to a neutral range of 6.3 – 6.8. Because of the premium organic ingredients that we use, there is no risk of burning your plants. Our soils are ready to use, right out of the bag. There is no NPK listed on our soil packages because they are not fertilizers, but growing mediums. The real power of our soils lies in the fact that they are teeming with beneficial micro-organisms. Our soils are never steam sterilized, which allows these microorganisms to thrive and convert the organic nutrients into a form the plant can utilize.

    as they say its nonburning
  3. LBgrower318

    LBgrower318 Registered

    sweet thanks man
  4. cigarettes42

    cigarettes42 Registered+

    add some perlite to the mix.
  5. Dr. Bloor

    Dr. Bloor Registered+

    I just did 4 clones right to foxfarms and 4 to rockwool first with a dip in clonex. Fox farm worked fine. Dr. Bloor

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