Do you think this is a low potassium problem? - The Garden's Cure
... it NOW. Hi marknliz... Soil isn;t really my forte, but I found this info on potassium defiency, it may be of help Quote: Potassium (K) Potassium is involved in maintaining the water status of the plant and the tugor pressure of it ... tips of the leaves curl and the edges burn and die. Potassium - Too much sodium (Na) displaces K, causing a K deficiency. Sources of high salinity are: baking soda (sodium bicarbonate "pH-up") Wink, too much manure, and the use ...
Post Harvest Foliar Spray - THCfarmer
... of lower buds have a powdery mildew outbreak and I have sprayed with potassium bicarbonate but never post harvest.... IS IT SAFE TO SPRAY POTASSIUM BICARBONATE POST HARVEST?? on my bottle of potassium bicarbonate it says it is usda approved and you can spray fruit and ...
Rocket Gal... - THCfarmer
... KP, thanks for the heads-up. what do you think about a heavy kelp tea, since it contains trace minerals, potassium, and phosphorous in minute amounts. I thought a little epsom would provide Mg and Sulphur, and I'd drop little ... has not manifested in over 6 months. I used to run a sulphur burner; I kept neem oil, serenade, and potassium bicarbonate close to my garden and close to my heart! But in december/january, I was lucky enough to be selected ...
Need Help with Powdery Mildew - THCfarmer
... lot of growers, and i am sure that they work, but i prefer the more natural greencure. its active ingredient, potassium bicarbonate, is commonly used in food products and is completely organic. also cheaper too, odorless, and does not accumulate in soil ... lot of growers, and i am sure that they work, but i prefer the more natural greencure. its active ingredient, potassium bicarbonate, is commonly used in food products and is completely organic. also cheaper too, odorless, and does not accumulate in soil ...
Let's Grow in an Aerogarden (Dynamic Grow!)
... , are you using GH pH up? one of the two ingredients used for it, potassium carbonate, causes calcium to bind to it, basically causing a calcium clot. potassium bicarbonate (like what is used in Earth Juice up) doesnt do this with the calcium ... , are you using GH pH up? one of the two ingredients used for it, potassium carbonate, causes calcium to bind to it, basically causing a calcium clot. potassium bicarbonate (like what is used in Earth Juice up) doesnt do this with the calcium ...
Acceptable & Unacceptable Products in Organic Growing
... Mole Scram Monterrey Herbicidal Soap Mosquito Dunks Neem Niban (without PBO) Orange oil Pepper products (red and black) Plant Wash Potassium bicarbonate Rabbit Scram Spinosad Scram animal repellant products Sycthe Tim-Bor THRIVE waste and odor eliminator Vinegar products(from grain alcohol ...
Mold and harvesting
... " as the ingredients are just what the bud wants when flowering, and it kills the mold. Active ingredient is Potassium bicarbonate. Quote: Originally Posted by 5150 Are you talking about white powderly mildew on the leafs? Not mold on or in ... " as the ingredients are just what the bud wants when flowering, and it kills the mold. Active ingredient is Potassium bicarbonate. I'll google that. Thanks stupidstuff.
Sick Plants? Have A Question? Ask Here.
... the enviroment since both ate not looking that great IMO. I have searched and think that it may be a Potassium problem but I'm no expert. heres some pics hope you can help me. Thanks I just posted pics under ... the leaves. This is day #07 for me so I am worried about my little babies. What would you recommend? Potassium-Bicarbonate? I put a fan in the room to keep some airflow, but it just blows one way.. Any help is ...
Mold, Mildew, & Other Fungus
... soda as a foliar spray can help prevent powdery mildew from sticking to your leaves, because of the raised alkalinity. Potassium bicarbonate will also do the same. I have a friend who says he uses alot of a product called Serenade, which ...
Is SMART WATER good for marijuana plants????
... , magnesium chloride and potassium bicarbonate. What ever that is?? bleh. you shouldnt use such cheap water on your plants bro. Quote: Originally Posted by troykey9 Oh damn. Is that bad? I know they add calcium chloride , magnesium chloride and potassium bicarbonate. What ever that ...
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