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I have a lovely digital pH meter which has been a rock solid unit for 15 years. It's a corker But now the electrode is almost out of juice, and it isn't refillable ( I checked the manual ) 15 years is pretty good lifespan for an electrode ( I calibrate regularly ). But I priced an identical new electrode at $260 from the manufacturer pH meter has a BNC connector. There are a shit ton of aftermarket BNC connector pH electrodes on ebay for about $35 Anyone had any experience with using an aftermarket cheapie electrode attached to their lovely branded desktop pH meter? I'll do a side by side with the old electrode and a regular calibrate of course But if most people's experiences of cheap aftermarket pH electrodes is bad, I won't even bother waiting the 2 weeks for one to arrive from overseas
Saludo! Mi amigo Pablo wishes to understand cultivation of Syrian Rue better, for educational purposes . He has been googling el culo off trying to find out why this plant is so tricky. There's been some speculation of pH being the limiting factor, that these plants love alkaline soils; ver aqui: http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=12349 There's been some hablar and some success stories attributed post-hoc to high pH, but nothing solid so far.. What I wanna know is, has anyone given alkaline mixes a go? Any success stories or other new developments? Muchas gracias!