My question is ... why Maxsea? It seems just like another fertilizer to me. Is there something special about it?
Thanks for any responses.
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Adrien wrote:It’s safe but there is very little difference according too some experienced growers I’ve talked to. I wouldn’t say it’s worth it, you have to use such a small dosage that you may as well not even use it. Feeding them does way more than ferts ever could imo :pYou definitely don't need to use it at such a weak concentration. I've fed various plants with full strength (label directions) Maxsea though I've cut it back to half since it is pretty harsh at full strength. Half strength is still 6x as concentrated as is commonly used.
Rammplins wrote:I use maxsea mostly for feeding VFT and Drosera seedlings. Those are so tiny that its near impossible to feed it any real food, if you do you run the risk of the seedlings developing mold and then the mold can sometimes overtake the seedling. Maxsea completely removes any of those worries, its just a pain to sit there with an eyedropper trying balance a tiny droplet onto an even tinier leaf.A smaller applicator helps a lot with that. I use an oil applicator bottle with a 20 gauge tip (about 0.5mm diameter.) Just squeeze some air out before you start feeding and the pressure differential will prevent the fertilizer from leaking out with the bottle upside down. From there it's very easy to apply tiny drops to tiny leaves.
nimbulan wrote:A smaller applicator helps a lot with that.Man I feel silly, I have a whole box of needle applicator bottles for plexiglass work. I dont know why I never thought to use one of those instead of my ft long pipette......thank you from the future for the hours you have just saved me.
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