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    Probably been answered before but........ Iv'e seen people here say they use grow and bloom in coco, now its my understanding that when used in soil, it feeds the microherd in the soil which in turn feeds the plant so if using in coco,how is it feeding the plant directly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Probably been answered before but........ Iv'e seen people here say they use grow and bloom in coco, now its my understanding that when used in soil, it feeds the microherd in the soil which in turn feeds the plant so if using in coco,how is it feeding the plant directly?
    Some of the elements in the nutes will be available for direct uptake and some will need chelating by the microbiological action that compost provides...You won't get the best out these nutes in coco but that's not to say they won't work to one extent or another...Best stick to nutes that are formulated for the medium you intend to use in my opinion..

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    As above Npk will still be available for uptake. Best to use coco nutes, coir leaches a lot of cal and mag from the feed you administer so specific nutes are tailored to make up for this.

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    All the numbers you see posted on bottles is what is instantly available .
    Thats the law here in Canada anywase . In the nutrient listings in the back it will state what is slow release .

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    Stick to coco nutes not soil nutes
    Old timers nutes are better suited to soil.

    You want a coco nute



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    Not a coco guy but i find OT great for soil, hey you been awol Erbert matey ???
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