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Can soluble NPK be used for Hydroponics ?
February 18, 2017
10:51 pm
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harikommana
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Hi Srikanth,

I have been a hobbyist for plant growing . Can i use soluble NPK 19.19.19 along with magnesium sulpant, calicium nitrate and Tricel (formula 4/6) instead and if so in howmuch quantities per litre should i use them. As i want to try them initially at my home first with a couple of 2 litre containers for Tomato and brinjal.

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Hari.K

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March 30, 2017
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Srikanth
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Hi Hari,

Sorry. I haven't noticed this post. The short answer is yes you can but you will not get great results. Tricel mainly used for foliar spray and not suitable. Instead you can try http://www.pragro.com/PRAGRO_f.....ineCXK.htm. As this is a mix of micronutrients in chelated form it should work.

BTW, where are you from?

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Srikanth

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