I realize that silica should be added to my nute mix before adding my base nutes (Jack's 321). So with that in mind, is it fine to top off with a nute mix containing silica into a reservoir that doesn't contain silica?
once you've added it to water and it has dissolved (after 2 hrs), then it's ok to add the rest of the nutes, but once that's done, it can be added to anything without any concern, it's just the initial 'drop in the water' that requires time (for the silica to properly dissolve first).... it'll stay dissolved 😉
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