The Custom Micro Mix Thread

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Analysis for Plantex CSM+B found on the web.
Typical product used in US.

Have you considered making your own trace mix?
Don't know what's available there though?

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
Total Magnesium Total (Mg) .............................1.5%
1.5% water soluble magnesium
Copper (Cu) .....................................................0.1%
0.1% chelated copper
Iron (Fe)............………....................................7.0%
7.0% chelated iron
Manganese (Mn)...............................................2.0%
2.0% chelated manganese
Molybdenum (Mo) ...........................................0.06%
Zinc (Zn) ..........................................................0.4%
0.4% chelated zinc


DERIvED FROM: Sodium ferric ethylenediaminetetraacetate (EDTA),
disodium manganese EDTA, disodium magnesium EDTA, disodium zinc EDTA,
diammonium copper EDTA and sodium molybdate.


(EDTA) Chelating Agent (minimum) ...................................................65.4%
 
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Thanks for your input guys, i really appreciate it. I have used csm+b in the past, but kept on getting stunting plants and weird growth of leaves, thats why tried this product.

I wanted to try my own custom mix with non chelated micros, but buying the compounds would have been expensive in my country. Only option left for me is to use a commercial aquatic fertilizer like Seachem, until i can save up for my own mix.



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Thanks for your input guys, i really appreciate it. I have used csm+b in the past, but kept on getting stunting plants and weird growth of leaves, thats why tried this product.

I wanted to try my own custom mix with non chelated micros, but buying the compounds would have been expensive in my country. Only option left for me is to use a commercial aquatic fertilizer like Seachem, until i can save up for my own mix.



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You are very welcome. Yes, I think that's the best short term solution for you.
 

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Wow, Cu concentration is crazy high! Be careful to use this stuff. What’s designed for? Golf lawns? I would no use it at all, even if you use it a tiny amount of it , it won’t do anything good (Fe/Mn ratio is also too wide). Not recommended in my opinion!
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