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MOKO

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Hi, I'm wondering if a slightly high boron level in the water, .57 mg/L, will affect the plants. For other crops I've read that increasing the watering and sometimes adding more nitrogen keeps the plants growing OK. Anybody have any experience with this?
 

BackWoodsDrifter

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Nope sorry friend but Im a moron that dont know nothin bout boron. Wait till tinders glow and yual have answers by the fire. Some real smart folk hang out these fires and be helpin yual soon enough. Good luck friend.

BWD
 

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Can't trust a boron not to drown himself. Better get a lifeguard on duty asap. :icon_smile:
 

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Boron is taken in by the plants in such small amounts that I don't think it will affect your plants at all, and adding N will help your plants grow bigger as long as you don't over feed them, but I think you need Nutes that have a good ballance of P, and K as well.
 

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