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Re: End Rot/yellowing plants = calcium issue

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 9:28 am
by ClinchValley
Nutrient lockout is a devastating thing. I always use a little lime in the soil. It cannot hurt has been my experience. Worst its going to do is be wasted. A PH of 7 is a 7 is a 7.

Have you all ever tested PH of our water? Makes ya wonder what the affect is on our bodies with tap water in the range or 7.5-8.5. At least that's what I have found often to be the case. CANNOT BE GOOD.

Re: End Rot/yellowing plants = calcium issue

Posted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:51 pm
by 3waycross
there is a liquid supplement call Cal-Mag that fixes most tomato problems.....they sell it here at the Pot growing store. They also sell some of the best liquid fertilizers I have seen. Apparently what is good for weed is also good for tomatos

Re: End Rot/yellowing plants = calcium issue

Posted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:29 pm
by skyhightree1
3waycross wrote:there is a liquid supplement call Cal-Mag that fixes most tomato problems.....they sell it here at the Pot growing store. They also sell some of the best liquid fertilizers I have seen. Apparently what is good for weed is also good for tomatos


:lol: Yea I have some but what I have also found is using milk and water to water them helps a great deal too.