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Hi friends,

What do you think about this mix? Anyone used it before? Too hot for beginning (seedling/baby plants)?
Any info it will be really appreciated.
That's a link with more info about it.


Thanks in advance and happy growing! :d5:
I didn't follow the link as my browser doesn't trust it - but Dutch Pro make first rate nutrients for both Photoperiod and Autoflowers.

I've never seen anyone using Dutch Pro Allmix soil at AFN, and would hazzard a guess that it's more suitable for photoperiod plants and could very likely be too hot for Autoflower seedlings.

If they made a light mix version, i'd definately be interested in giving it a try!!
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I didn't follow the link as my browser doesn't trust it - but Dutch Pro make first rate nutrients for both Photoperiod and Autoflowers.

I've never seen anyone using Dutch Pro Allmix soil at AFN, and would hazzard a guess that it's more suitable for photoperiod plants and could very likely be too hot for Autoflower seedlings.

If they made a light mix version, i'd definately be interested in giving it a try!!
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Hi,
I found out this:
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Dutch Pro nutrients have built up a very good reputation amongst those who know. We are pleased to present their media. The all mix is high quality, with enough nutrients to keep you going for a while. Not suitable for cuttings or smaller plants.

    • High air porosity & elevated drainage.

    • High substrate stability.
    • High re-wetting ability.

    • NPK 15-10-20.
    • Organic humus fertiliser 7-7-10.

    • Perlite 2-6mm
    • 50% Black Peat/40% White Peat/10% Perlite.

    • Structure 0-20mm
    • pH value (CaCl2) 5.3 – 6.0

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Hi,
I found out this:
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Dutch Pro nutrients have built up a very good reputation amongst those who know. We are pleased to present their media. The all mix is high quality, with enough nutrients to keep you going for a while. Not suitable for cuttings or smaller plants.

    • High air porosity & elevated drainage.

    • High substrate stability.
    • High re-wetting ability.

    • NPK 15-10-20.
    • Organic humus fertiliser 7-7-10.

    • Perlite 2-6mm
    • 50% Black Peat/40% White Peat/10% Perlite.

    • Structure 0-20mm
    • pH value (CaCl2) 5.3 – 6.0

What do you think?
Its not suitable! - Love dutch pro nutes and use their super expensive pk booster ... but i think this will fry your seedling.
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Its not suitable! - Love dutch pro nutes and use their super expensive pk booster ... but i think this will fry your seedling.
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Hi,
Thanks for the reply, so "ideally" when I should/can use this soil?
Usually I start with jiffy and as soon as I see green, or small root coming out from the bottom, move it to the final pot, this time my plan is different, start with jiffy, move it in little airpot (I made it follow a link here, cut all the side and bottom) and finally move to the final pot (with dutch soil)
Do you think I can use this soil for the final pot? Approx plant will be around 2 weeks old ( I think) when I will move it.

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Hi,
Thanks for the reply, so "ideally" when I should/can use this soil?
Usually I start with jiffy and as soon as I see green, or small root coming out from the bottom, move it to the final pot, this time my plan is different, start with jiffy, move it in little airpot (I made it follow a link here, cut all the side and bottom) and finally move to the final pot (with dutch soil)
Do you think I can use this soil for the final pot? Approx plant will be around 2 weeks old ( I think) when I will move it.

Thanks for helping and happy growing :d5:
Hi friends,

I wrote to Ducthpro and that's their answer :

"I am sorry you couldn't find the right information. We are in the process of updating our new website, including the information for the soil bags.

However, I am going to do my best to help you.

The All Mix has the biggest buffer of nutrients compared to our light mix or coco substrates.

The NPK value is 15-10-20 and an additional organic humus fertilizer is added of 7-7-10.

I am not really sure where you found the information "Not suitable for cuttings or smaller plants". The All Mix is definitely suited for cuttings and smaller plants because it already contains fertilizer for the plant. Make sure when you add fresh soil to a pot, that you water it thoroughly the first time (till you see water coming from the drainage). The All Mix is a good choice for growers that like to work with a big buffer.

Let me know if you have more questions.

I hope to hear from you soon.


Best regards,"

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