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Az Plant Help thread..... spread that knowledge around all sexy like...
... comprised of sodium (which plants generally cannot use), and bicarbonate (which is harmless). Other alkali, like sodium hydroxide (lye) and potassium hydroxide, are inexpensive and effective, but also extremely caustic (hazardous to eyes and skin) and (unless used with a buffer ... use 0.1 molar, which works out to 5.61 grams potassium hydroxide into a liter of water. Note that such solutions should be stored in plastic, and not glass. Potassium carbonate (used in many "pH up" formulations for hydroponics use ...
http://www.rollitup.org/arizona-patients/486646-az-plant-help-thread-spread-13.html
Are Weed Ashes Beneficial
... up. Edited this to save you all the trouble: In the 18th century, the benefits of ash-derived potash, or potassium carbonate, became widely recognized. North American trees were felled, burned and the ash was exported to Great Britain as "potash ... gases, and calcium, potassium, magnesium and trace element compounds remain. The carbonates and oxides remaining after wood burning are valuable liming agents, raising pH, thereby helping to neutralize acid soils." Where soils are acid and low in potassium, wood ash is beneficial ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/162268-weed-ashes-beneficial.html
Water: The Most Essential Compound
... . The minerals available in the local soil is one such source of external input. Essential plant elements include: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, potassium, nitrogen, sulphur, calcium, iron, magnesium sodium, chlorine, copper, manganese, cobalt, zinc, molybdenum, and boron to name the most ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/294579-water-most-essential-compound-13.html
CO2 Answered!
... of about 80-90 % carbon and water with other elements like nitrogen, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and trace elements making up only a small percentage. Almost all of the carbon in plants comes from this minor 300 PPM of carbon dioxide in the air ... with a blue, white or colorless flame will produce carbon dioxide, which is beneficial. If a red, orange or yellow flame is present, carbon monoxide is being generated due to incomplete combustion. Carbon monoxide is deadly to both plants and people in any ...
http://www.rollitup.org/indoor-growing/9021-co2-answered.html
Vocabulary of growing terms/slang
... nine major elements essential for healthy growth; these are called macronutrients. They are: carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen (which are all three derived from air and water); and nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, sulfur, and magnesium (from the soil). Micronutrients -- There are about eight ... . Pistils turn from white to brown as the buds mature. Potash -- Broadly, potash describes any material containing potassium. More specifically, though, potash is potassium carbonate derived from wood ashes. The term potash comes from the process of extracting lye from wood ashes in ...
http://www.rollitup.org/newbie-central/3423-vocabulary-growing-terms-slang.html
Vocabulary/Slang Terms (Updated With the Missing Terms)
... the sun's energy which is used to manufacture sugar from carbon dioxide and water. Chlorophylls are constantly being "used up" ... acid, provides many binding sites for plant nutrients, such as calcium, iron, potassium, sulfur and phosphorus. These nutrients are stored in the humic acid ...
http://www.rollitup.org/newbie-central/412440-vocabulary-slang-terms-updated-missing.html
Manure and Marijuana 2011
... helps move energy throughout the plant, especially important in maturing plants. Potassium aids plants in adapting sugars needed in growth and is especially ... is hot, should be composted along with other manures and higher carbon materials. Unfortunately, horse crap also contains a higher number of ...
http://www.rollitup.org/nutrients/489907-manure-marijuana-2011-a.html
Maximum Yield
... soil with an oxidation bubbler. Im at 4 weeks and thinking about flushing. should i continue to add certain supplements.( Carbon (carbohydrates), Amino Blast, Rock Minerals (micronutes) ) Thank you for your very helpful post, bookmarked! Can't really say as I ... known fact, but a lot of nutrient companies use magnesium, calcium and potassium carbonate or bicarbonate as their pH buffers. This is absolutely not a good idea. Here’s why: carbonates and bicarbonates are anions and add to the alkalinity of your nutrient ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/318110-maximum-yield-3.html
True HP Aero For 2011
... nute solution without causing any nutrient lockout. First you need to get some AN Barricade which is Potassium Silicate. You should also get some Potassium Carbonate, and Potassium Hydroxide. I buy these two chemicals premixed in the powdered form from GH, and then add ... using the GH Potassium Carbonate/Hydroxide powder in RO solution, to bring the pH back up to 5.6 and after a couple of days the pH will stop moving. You will have the solution buffered with these three potassium molecules and can ...
http://www.rollitup.org/aerogardeners/437684-true-hp-aero-2011-a-143.html
Az Plant Help thread..... spread that knowledge around all sexy like...
... use 0.1 molar, which works out to 5.61 grams potassium hydroxide into a liter of water. Note that such solutions should be stored in plastic, and not glass. Potassium carbonate (used in many "pH up" formulations for hydroponics use ... use 0.1 molar, which works out to 5.61 grams potassium hydroxide into a liter of water. Note that such solutions should be stored in plastic, and not glass. Potassium carbonate (used in many "pH up" formulations for hydroponics use ...
http://www.rollitup.org/arizona-patients/486646-az-plant-help-thread-spread-12.html

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