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non-fruiting tomatoes

Posted by Homestar Fl (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 12, 12 at 19:48

Vertigro System, my tomatoes blossom, but bear no friut. Hydroponic system, how do I add P ?

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RE: non-fruiting tomatoes

might be a nitrogen potassium imbalance. can you reduce the nitrogen content?

RE: non-fruiting tomatoes

Homestar, Are you using the Vertigro nutrients?

Here is a link that might be useful: Vertigro Nutrients

RE: non-fruiting tomatoes

What type of lights and how many watts? Duration of lights cycle?

Here is a link that might be useful: My Indoor Gardening Adventure

RE: non-fruiting tomatoes

Phosphorus most important element in plant nutrition, phosphorus is necessary for healthy growth, strong roots, fruit and flower development, and larger resistance to disease. So it can be ok to use a nutrients. if NPK level is imbalanced what should we do?

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