- Thu Nov 04, 2021 3:44 am
There's quite a bit of variation on how much Maxsea people actually use anyway; it's not like anything above 1/4tsp a gallon will kill your plants. 1/4tsp is just one of the most commonly cited dilutions to use, but I know a good number of people use or have used 1/2tsp or even more without issues. For example, the "Maxsea = MaxROIDS" thread on the sarracenia forums references using 1tsp/gal (though granted, for filling sarracenia pitchers rather than a general foliar feed). And personally, I'm really not sold on how much ppm specifically matters for Maxsea anyway since it's generally used as a foliar feed and not poured into the roots (which I'd expect probably would damage your stuff even if it was a "safe" ppm). Anyway, obviously the actual safe limit depends on how you're using it, how often, how much, and how sensitive the plants are among other things, so a small variation in an already light dilution generally won't make a difference all other things being the same.