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00:12 - welcome to mr. stacky. today we're going to be talking about how to mix your fertilizer so is equally parts. When you have the fertilizer that you order, at several different ones, can't tell the difference by looking inside, but each one is different. This one's different from all-purpose and we're going from there. You got kelp here, so forth as you can see. Whenever you would actually pour it out, all of them are the same color so it's important to read and know which one it is. So what we do is, we take this fertilizer just remove the lid. What we do then is take the funnel like this and we're going to just take some water tap, water is not good well water or commercial block, and you would pour it them into this here. Filling the thing almost up, put the lid back on it. And I've already done one here it's pre-mixed of calcium and tomatoes. So you get this out and you shake it and shake it, mix it up really good, especially the calcium. The calcium is much harder to dissolve. Once you get that done, now you want to add some of the nutrient from these bottles that you have now mixed together with water and you want to take this measuring cup, a measuring cup of 1/2 a cup. Now what you do is you just take this and just pour it into the cup, it's like this. You have 1/2 cup then you go to your planter and you just pour it in, just like that, can you do that with both the nutrients of the calcium and also the one you're going to use for your vegetables. So if I was going to be doing Tomatoes, then I would pour half a cup of tomato and now we then will add 16 gallons of water to the water reservoir. After that, then you need to test the pH, which should be about 6.5, and the parts-per-million, should be about 1200. If you have any questions feel free to call us at Mr. Stacky or send an email to mr. stacky.com
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