Shoal Creek Succulents group@shoalcreeksucculents.com
Wed, 17 Apr 2013 10:03:08 PDT
I'm using the Dosatron and it works very well/consistent.  

To measure the fertilizer, I use:


I never mix ferts without checking.  

Best regards, Lisa

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Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 11:26 AM
To: Pacific Bulb Society
Subject: Re: [pbs] Fertilizing

I have the low cost EZ Flow injector attached to a micro sprayer network for
all my large (8" or bigger) outdoor pots.
I don't really have a way to measure how accurate it is, just how often I
need to refill the canister and all the plants doing fine with no signs of
over feeding.
I have had the unit for at least 3 years.

Chad Schroter
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On Apr 16, 2013, at 5:47 PM, "Nathan Lange" <plantsman@comcast.net> wrote:

> The Dramm 10 L is also very good.  In the North Bay Area, Harmony 
> Supply Nursery near Sebastopol has them.  They likely have the 2 L as
> Going beyond the watering can, what are people's 
> experiences/recommendations regarding injector systems?  (I am not 
> referring to the often-unreliable Hozon Siphon Mixers.)  Anybody use 
> an Anderson, Dosatron, DosMatic, or some of the other injector system?
> Nathan
>> The Dramm 2 L watering can really is the best product out there. I 
>> have been using it for years to water seedlings.
>> Nhu
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