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  1. Good day Opengrow community. I hope I have placed this topic in the correct subforum for discussion. I would like to seek clarification from members about the nature of BAC's Silica Power. I have recently had the luxury of testing this silica and am enjoying the great results it brings along with the very user friendly "neutral ph" (Though now I have had to purchase a new bottle of PH up in case needed) Im using primarily in coco, BAC recommends 0.1ml/L in vegetative growth and then to 0.2ml/L in flowering. Prior to using BAC's silica, I would generally only run silica in vegetative stage and not through flower as I can usually taste a tinge of silica on my lips post cure on flowers that have run silica through into flower. I find this somewhat undesirable. As it comes in a black bottle alike BAC's Organic range, Im unsure of it's chemical makeup and if it is simply a well developed Potassium Silcate or something of a more organic nature? I will speak with a BAC technical support member within the month in person, but would appreciate any light that members here may shed as to the makeup and usage of this product. Thank you. Rose.
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