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08-15-2012, 7:25 PM #1
Is there a BEST time of day to dose fertilizer?
Is there an optimal time of day to dose your fertilizers?
I have several schedules and am just trying to pick the best.
5am (well before lights come on) (4 days a week, 9am the other couple days I will dose)
6pm (Light have been on for about half their duration), could be done every day at this time.
10 pm (Just before lights go out) also could be done every day at this time.
Are any of these options better for plant growth, and/or better at preventing algae?
Thanks for you input!
PS - Currently I just do it whenever I feel like it that day, but am switching over to Dry Ferts and wanted to get a more scheduled routine.
08-15-2012, 10:22 PM #2
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