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Subject:  Nutrient relationships diagram?

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G. Kins

Pirates of the Pacific

I dont remember where the circle diagram is posted... The one that shows the conflicting & assisting nutrient relationships... I am getting old fast. Please & thanks!!!

4/10/2019 5:16:32 AM


Oak Grove, Mn

I think you might be referring to Mulder's chart. If you do a search on the internet you will see many examples.

4/11/2019 4:42:25 PM


Morgantown, WV

Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn Bnot!

Thought you were mater compost, haven't seen you in a bit. Hope things are going well with your new place!

4/11/2019 8:56:45 PM


Oak Grove, Mn

Dustin, I do not close on the new place until May 3rd. Soil test right after that. Still will be plenty of time to start mater plants...with nearly zero time for prep. Should be a calm relaxing grow season. I don't have high hopes for big numbers...that makes for a summer of just enjoying watching things grow.

Brandon...is the mulder chart what you were looking for. I know there are a few variations of the chart. I have studied them trying to solve nutrient imbalance when growing hydro. I think need to add another dimension to the charts...should have the ph variable also. Need the fancy cad programs to bring the charts to modern times. 3D modeling anyone? If we find another variable...could go 3D with colorization.

4/12/2019 6:25:00 PM

G. Kins

Pirates of the Pacific

I hear ya that would be cool to add ph and diagram it in 3D somehow. I will hopefully switch away from a hunt & peck approach in the future... One season at a time, working towards a foolproof system... Meanwhile I need to know all the relationships. I have previous plant tissue and soil tests and may get a few more such tests done. But the diagrams are a great resource-- I find them to be helpful.

4/27/2019 4:37:48 PM

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