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Old August 26, 2019   #31
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If you need micros. 25 lb bag.

Is that a premix of all micros? What did buy?
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Is that a premix of all micros? What did buy?



Hey zipcode,


Yes, a micros premix. a little under 30 USD for 25lbs, down in Ensenada. A great place to shop, Agrocosta de BC.



https://goo.gl/maps/75jnzEn4TrcYXQAR6


The other great spot with a HUGE selection of Haifa



https://goo.gl/maps/VE9ihNsgniWdLWqW6



Each time I make a batch of fertigation mix, I use just under 1 gram. I have 11+ kilos. Micros for everyone!!!!!
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Rosado de Aracena, 617 g
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Hedge bet hybrids from Johnny's (plum regal, granadero, BHN1021) and heirlooms from Spain.



The hearts are Zaragozano de Utebo, the big ones Rosado de Aracena.



Hybrids for the pot, the others for fresh eating.
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Awesome, friend!
Can I ask about your setup? I see some traditoinal RGGS (buckets on a gutter with a float.)
BUT do I also see masonry tubs over a single gutter? How many net cups are you using?
And also grow bags in a tub, all over a single gutter? How does this work?
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Awesome, friend!
Can I ask about your setup? I see some traditoinal RGGS (buckets on a gutter with a float.)
BUT do I also see masonry tubs over a single gutter? How many net cups are you using?
And also grow bags in a tub, all over a single gutter? How does this work?



Hello hello. Yes, they are concrete mixing tubs, medium 10 gallon ones, filled to the top, no mulch.



3 net cups per tub, the 3 inch variety. 4 tubs per run.
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