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Old July 12, 2019   #16
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Trimming to a single stem and fertilizing with TTF at about 1000-1200ppm has these maters growing like crazy (at least for me up here in ND)!
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Old August 10, 2019   #17
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Maybe I missed this, but are you agitating the TTF at some point during the injection process? I was told that without agitation the calcium in the TTF would settle and not be pumped properly.

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Everything from the tips, stems, and lower leaves look great. Good job, I did not see any bully, or deficiencies. You can send a leaf sample to Servi Tech in Kansas, I would be interested in how close you are to optimum. Again, fantastic job.
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