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Old March 22, 2019   #16
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Not a great grower by any means but i have used 4-18-38 for the last few years and had only a couple of issues with growing 20 varieties of peppers and 10 varieties of maters. Last year I had blossom end rot for the first time in the last 5 years. I had two eb of 8 with ber. One box with tomatoes and one with peppers. I mix 5 gallon buckets for fertilizer and pour directly into the earthboxe's. I had the ber early so I added lime in those to boxes and they finished the rest of the season ber less. My reason was the cost was minimal for a lot of fertilizer.
You should use CaNO3 in equal amounts with the 4-18-38, this will ensure that you get no BER if your watering is good. You should also use MgSO4 at half the amounts as the other two components.
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Peebee,
I found this and thought it might help.
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Old March 28, 2019   #18
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And if you have any questions
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And then
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Keep going. A d will come to this.
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Old August 1, 2019   #23
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Hannah Meter will come in real handy.



As do the Haifa graphs on nutrient requirements along the growth cycle.



https://www.haifa-group.com/crop-gui...lant-nutrition




A good scale can help too.


If you choose to fertigate it can be advantageous to start at 1/2 the strength and work your way up.


Good luck!
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