What’s the best and safest way to add valuable silica to the soil when growing organically that want harm any of the microbes?
Wouldn’t you add-mix it in with your watering cycle?
That’s how I add my silica.
It’s my unprofessional opinion that there’s already silica in soil, your plant should be able to get what it needs from the dirt. If you want a liquid Silica supplement anyway, any of them work. Most are all the same, and derived from potash (potassium silicate). Add it to your water first before anything else. Stir well. Then do your normal nutrient mixing or pHing routine and water business as usual.
YUP, thats how I do it, too.
I bought mine. Half empty bag, now.
these are the best looking buds I have ever grown.
FFOF WAS, IS MY BIGGEST ISSUE.
PH issues compounded with broken PH pen.
Added dolomite lime and worm casings.
When is it ready? is my next challange.
I harvested the small one, last night.
You can use Diatomaceous Earth (DE) powder mixed into the planting mix.
I’ve been using this brand.
Since you are growing organic you should have microbs in your soil, horsetail is a plant that is naturally high in silicon so mix some in your soil before planting or mulch your soil with it after planting and feed your micro herd.
That is AWSOME information! Thanks.
Man, those are beautiful! Good job!
I seen that on Amazon as well. Gets good ratings. Thanks for all the info!