What can i use to replace ph up?
Have any silica around? Silica is highly alkaline.
Out of silica too. Guess i’ll go to the hydro store.
Wood ash or lime?
My tap watet, lol.
Ill 2nd baking soda only use a tiny bit at a time mix and check
Another vote for my tap water. Note- a little goes a long ways!
Baking soda, was used by most growers for decades from the 70s and on just as pickle juice was. Who doesnt hsve baking soda in the fridge soaking up odors or pickle juice. Easy up snd down supplies.
@Mosca believe it or not i went to 3 dollar generals the other day looking for baking soda… out of stock
Don’t even go there @ChittyChittyBangin, DeeGee will make you go to plan B fast…They do not seem to have sophisticated logistics…. On the other hand, they almost always have a workable plan B. Sinister programming…
Garden lime Will increase pH if you need calcium. Eggshells or oyster shell flour will help a little less .
Yep … white vinegar and baking soda. In most everyone’s kitchen. I’ve never bought ph up/ down.