NPK oz gnojila

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Agnes
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NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a Agnes » 05 Dec 2005, 09:05

Tale theard je namenjen diskusiji o sredstvih, ki jih uporabljamo za boljšo rast rastlin. Pa začnimo z grafom

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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a zarni » 05 Dec 2005, 09:23

Kaj piše na skali, ne morem prebrat, če je pa tak majhen da ne morem prebrat?!
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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a Bloody » 05 Dec 2005, 09:40

prvic vidm da je v vege in cvetenju najvecja poraba K-ja.Zmeri mislu N-vec v vege in P-vec v cvetenju,za K-so mi pa rekl spoloh ni tako pomemben ker naj bi ga rastline potrebovale za razvoj plodov,ki jih konoplja nima.zanimivo...
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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a INKVIZITORKA » 05 Dec 2005, 10:31

Popolnoma brez K-ja so rezultati enaki.....
Razen, če drugi( OG ) pravijo da ne - o pol pa kopo dol

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OdgovorNapisal/-a Agnes » 05 Dec 2005, 12:22

Treba je vedt zakaj je K, potem pa lahko pogruntamo, kdaj se ga rabi.


Element Name: Nitrogen

Symbol: N

Atomic Number: 7

Atomic Mass: 14.00674

Horticultural-Benefit: Nitrogen promotes photosynthesis, and is directly responsible for the production of chlorophyll. It stimulates leaf and stem growth, and aids the overall size and vigor of the plants.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A nitrogen-deficiency can be recognized by reduced growth-rates and yellowing of the leaves (starting with the older/lower leaves). Colder soil-temperatures make nitrogen less-available to plants.


Element Name: Phosphorus

Symbol: P

Atomic Number: 15

Atomic Mass: 30.973762

Horticultural-Benefit: Phosphorus aids in the germination of seeds, and the growth of seedlings and roots. It is also vital the production of terpene resins, floral clusters, and necessary sugars and starches. Phosphorus also influences overall vigor.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A phosphorus-deficiency can be noted by reduced growth-rates and the production of smaller leaves which wilt/drop quickly. The leaves will be a dull, bluish-green, which will turn purplish or bronzy, and will have seared edges. Excessive “P”-levels can initiate a potassium-deficiency.


Element Name: Potassium

Symbol: K

Atomic Number: 19

Atomic Mass: 39.0983

Horticultural-Benefit: Potassium is important to your plants for metabolic changes during flowering, and the production of floral clusters. It also promotes general plant-vigor, disease-resistance, and sturdy growth.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A potassium-deficiency will retard growth-rates, and cause leaf-tips and -edges to become a scorched-brown color, with curled margins.
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OdgovorNapisal/-a Agnes » 05 Dec 2005, 12:23

Še en majhen bonusek

Element Name: Calcium

Symbol: Ca

Atomic Number: 20

Atomic Mass: 40.078

Horticultural-Benefit: Calcium is a key ingredient in cell-walls. It strengthens stems/stalks/branches, and also contributes to root-development/growth, primarily that of the rot-tips.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A calcium-deficiency can be recognized by distorted leaves, with hooked tips and curled margins. A deficiency would also result in under-developed roots, with weak root-tips.


Element Name: Magnesium

Symbol: Mg

Atomic Number: 12

Atomic Mass: 24.3050

Horticultural-Benefit: Magnesium is significant for chlorophyll-production and most enzyme reactions. It is responsible for healthy leaf-structure and -production, as well as sustaining healthy vein-structure in the leaves.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A magnesium-deficiency will affect various plant-species differently. The most common symptoms in cannabis plants are a vivid yellowing of the leaves, followed by leaves falling without withering, starting with the older/lower leaves. Excessive “Mg”-levels may initiate a calcium-deficiency.


Element Name: Sulfur

Symbol: S

Atomic Number: 16

Atomic Mass: 32.066

Horticultural-Benefit: Sulfur, being an ingredient in plant-protiens, is vital for protein-production, chlorophyll-production and vegetative growth.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A sulfur-deficiency can be identified by retarded growth-rates, accompanied by small, mutated leaves which are round in shape and roll upwards. Leaves will become stiff and brittle, and will fall off. A “S”-deficiency will also cause flowers on the top of kholas to die.


Element Name: Manganese

Symbol: Mn

Atomic Number: 25

Atomic Mass: 54.93805

Horticultural-Benefit: Manganese is a catalyst for many enzymes, and also aids photosynthesis/ chlorophyll-production.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A manganese-deficiency will have varying symptoms, depending on plant-species. The most common symptoms in cannabis plants are a yellowing of chloroplasts while stems remain relatively green. White or grey specks/spots may develop on the surfaces of leaves. As is usually the case, older/lower leaves will be affected first. Excessive “Mn”-levels may cause an “Fe”(iron)-deficiency, which will exhibit symptoms similar to a “Mn”-deficiency.


Element Name: Boron

Symbol: B

Atomic Number: 5

Atomic Mass: 10.811

Horticultural-Benefit: Boron aids the movement of necessary sugars, as well as reproduction, and water intake by cells. It also assists in the production of stems/stalks/branches, and keeps calcium in a soluble form. Furthermore, “B” contributes to leaf-production/-coloring/and -structure.
Deficiency-Symptoms: A boron-deficiency can be recognized by distorted and/or dead growing tips, hollow stems, and malformed fruits/flowers. Plants suffering from a “B”-deficiency frequently exhibit scorched, curled leaves, which are often spotted and discolored; young/vegetative leaves are affected first. Excessive “B”-levels may cause plants to exhibit symptoms similar to those of “Mg”-/”K”-deficiencies.


Element Name: Zinc

Symbol: Zn

Atomic Number: 30

Atomic Mass: 65.39

Horticultural-Benefit: Zinc-levels directly affect plant-size and -maturation , as it is necessary for the production of plant-proteins. Consequently, “Zn” is vital to the production of leaves and stalks/stems/branches.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A deficiency of zinc will result in the yellowing of chloroplasts between leaf-veins, usually with purplish spots of dead cells on leaf-surfaces; older/lower leaves are the first to show symptoms. Vegetative-growth is retarded and deformed, and floral-growth is reduced. Excessive “Zn”-levels can initiate an “Fe”(iron)-deficiency.


Element Name: Copper

Symbol: Cu

Atomic Number: 29

Atomic Mass: 63.546

Horticultural-Benefit: Copper is responsible for healthy, vigorous growth, and strengthens stalks/stem/branches. It is also necessary for the production of plant-proteins, and is crucial for reproduction.

Deficiency-Symptoms: A copper-deficiency can cause otherwise green leaves to adopt a bluish hue. Vegetative growth may fail to unfold, and may be yellow at the tips and edges.
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OdgovorNapisal/-a Agnes » 05 Dec 2005, 12:26

Vsi poznamo tole:



http://www.canna.com/site/dhtml/products_additives_pk1314.php

PK 13-14 is a dynamic flowering super-booster that will totally amaze you. It is an extremely concentrated formulation containing a carefully balanced and integrated blend of pure phosphorous and potassium elements for superior flowering results. This unique combination of elements can be called a super-bloomer that develops heavier, larger, sweeter crops extremely quickly. PK 13-14 has been proven by professional growers worldwide to increase the weight of your floral harvest significantly, crop after crop. Unlike substandard potash products, PK 13-14 has a guaranteed composition of 13% P205 and 14% K20. PK 13-14 is totally unique, absolutely safe, easy to use and incredibly effective. PK 13-14 is not a nutrient. It is a nutrient additive. A proven product that every grower should be using.


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Le zakaj ni le P 13, če ne rabimo Kja?
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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a Gruver » 05 Dec 2005, 19:40

Men se ne da teh tvojih črev brat, btw, a se sploh kjermu da?

Drugače pa, Eryk je delal experiment in gojil identične rože , s tem, da pri eni ni uporabljal popolnoma nič K , pa mu je stvar ratala identična kot druge.

Tolk iz prve roke, brez teorije.
"better to rule in Hell, than serve in Heaven"..

Agnes
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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a Agnes » 05 Dec 2005, 20:15

Pol pa pokaži tvoja čreva.
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zarni
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Re: NPK oz gnojila

OdgovorNapisal/-a zarni » 06 Dec 2005, 01:52

Jaz pa to kar neke zalivam po občutku... pa zadene ko svija.
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