After running a substrate trial you want to use all the data you’ve collected to draw the right conclusions. In some cases it might already be clear to see which way you should go, but it is always useful to carefully evaluate the process and results. Read all about doing that in this article.
In our previous article about substrate trials you’ve read about the importance of an adequate preparation of the trial. Once you’ve got everything set up and have a clear plan you should start focusing on your data collection methods.
Before you order large amounts of a new type of substrate or order from a new supplier, it only makes sense that you want to validate your reasons to switch. In order to do so, you might want to conduct a trial within your greenhouse. In this 3 part series you read how to prepare for trials, and how to get unbiased, clear results to make sure your investment pays off.