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nitrogen super saturated substrate?
    #4517260 - 08/10/05 08:28 AM (11 years, 10 months ago)

well maybe not super saturated but, I've been reading bout the need for "N" to improve both flush and potency.and I was wondering if anyone here adds either bone meal or blood meal to increase nitrogen and phosphate levels in their substrate and If so is any thing else needed to maintain ph level.I know that manure is used becaese of it's high "N" level. So am I on the right track or just talking out my arse. let me know If I'm way off cause I'm thinken bout bone meal in mine.
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Re: nitrogen super saturated substrate? [Re: sheeple37]
    #4517276 - 08/10/05 08:52 AM (11 years, 10 months ago)

well I might of found my own answer.but it was in respect to nutes. like grain or flower. Would this create the need to sterilize either the bone meal or the entire substrate instead of just pasturizing?


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Re: nitrogen super saturated substrate? [Re: sheeple37]
    #4517319 - 08/10/05 09:39 AM (11 years, 10 months ago)

here is a post you might want to read: http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat...rue#Post4387217

give it a read and then ask any questions you might have still.

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Re: nitrogen super saturated substrate? [Re: backupwards]
    #4517338 - 08/10/05 09:54 AM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Agar had also mentioned Kelp Meal as a potential fertilizer, its got lots of N too.


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