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Thread: list of calciphilious (calcium-loving) mexican pings?

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    my media is inert

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    i just find it confusing to have no time frame.
    seems hard to know if it is truly working you know?

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    excuse me
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    you use what inert substrat ? perlite,rockwool , etc?

    it is a hydroponic cultivation ?

    jeff

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    1part lava rock 2partsilica sand and 1 perlite with small amounts of peat sprinkled into it, my other pot is 100% granite. thought these may not be 100% inert its definitely not raising tds or ph.
    If I dont see any damage by summer(may or so) would it be safe to say it worked? or would I need longer?

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    personnaly, i look my pings everyday... and if you do the same, normally you can see in one day, if something going wrong...
    if its not better in 3 or 4 days...be carreful....
    look if leaf going "dry" .. or the center of rosette going brown ( dead is near)... ping must do new leaves when other going dry... if it's not the case, be worry..

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