02-01-2009, 01:40 AM
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Join Date: Jan 2009
| | Miracle-Gro for Tomatoes
About Miracle Gro Someone posted: Got this message from the Scotts Company. (The makers of Miracle-Gro.) Thought everybody might like the info. If you are growing vegetables, we have found that Miracle-Gro for Tomatoes (one teaspoon per gallon of water) and add ¼ tsp each calcium chloride and magnesium sulfate if available, works great for hydroponic culture. Monty the Mooch
Elsewhere: Someone posted they are using 1 tbs Miracle-Gro per gallon of water, 1/4 tbs of Magnesium Sulfate, and 1/4 tsp of calcium chloride. Based on the above info.
Question: Which is it, tbs or tsp?
Also, about calcium chloride. No one seems to sell this stuff anymore. Everyone says it turns to liquid if not used in a few months. Does it matter, i.e. can you still use it in liquid form? It looks like I may be buying a 50 pound bag of the stuff.