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I am a currently growing hakonechloa in 50/50 mix of coir and potting bark which i think is ideal for keeping in a range of 4.5 - 5.5ph. Researching the best fertilizer to use i came a across a study saying that a N concentration of 8 mmol·L-1, with an N:P ratio of 10:1 or 20:1 is best as a fertigation method, could anyone help explain what this means?

Regards

Darren.

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  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,415

    google tells me it's the injection of water soluble fertilisers into an irrigation systemimage

     



    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,415

    sounds a bit complex, I planted hakonechloa in the garden and left it to sort itself outimage



    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • FairygirlFairygirl Posts: 54,762

    Me too nut, although my current one is in a raised bed of garden soil and compost. They don't need much attention Darren image

    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....



    I live in west central Scotland - not where that photo is...
  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,415

    But they don't cope with disappearing under a spreading conifer whilst living in heavy clayimage



    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • FairygirlFairygirl Posts: 54,762

    True! image

    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....



    I live in west central Scotland - not where that photo is...
  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,415

    Must get some more, I feel guilty about letting that happenimage



    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • punkdocpunkdoc Posts: 14,942

    Stick them in the soil, keep them moist, and they will grow. My original plant has been divided many times, and thrives all over the garden, in different locations.

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    When you don't even know who's in the team

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  • I need alot for a project.  So i have them growing under a t5 flourescent light with a heat mat.  With the idea of dividing them when they fill container they are in.  Just want to maximize growth as much as possible for division.

  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 34,855

    It depends how many you mean by " a lot " but I'd suggest you find a wholesale grower and approach them. If it's " a lot " they'd probably supply them at a decent price. 

    I , like others, can not understand why you seem to be complicating what , in nature, is a perfectly simple process.

    Devon.
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