- Jan 23, 2019
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Thanks SM, maybe i might get some dolomite, if has worked pretty quickly with Thai Gold, i think i will try to with the next watering, over these other products least its natural.Usually people say that the dolomite lime is slow and long lasting.
I personally felt that mine benefited fairly quickly once I used as a top dressing, and it has continued.
The Thai was really losing leaves fast before.
Now, she's still losing, but no where near as quickly, more like a regular rate nearly end of flower.
I thought that if you put some dolomite in water, even though it doesn't "dissolve", it must have some effect.
But I checked ppm levels, and there was very little difference straight away.
I think it took maybe ... a week to see effects, IIRC.
Do you even know why your pH levels are that acidic / low in the first place?
Something you are adding? or the media itself?
I have no clue the soil itself though i get from Searles is ph balanced between 5.3 and 6.5. So i think it must be a bit on the low side, maybe some nutrient i added or the cold weather also , not sure how that would effect the ph though. I think to be on the safe side in the future to top a bit of dolomite with the mix (first ph the media itself)