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ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Tue Jan 28, 2014 11:25 am
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

helloo
can any one write a simple nutes schedule for newbies, like wat goes with wat n wat blocks wat and how often to ferts as i do ferts every 3 day
1st day ferts 2nd only water 3rd nothing and so

thnx


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Tue Jan 28, 2014 8:05 pm
by Monoxide | 648 Posts | 2591 Points

I am no pro but I can tell you what I was taught. The amounts are on the side of the bottle. Are you using GH nutes? I use half of what it says on the bottle. ex: if the bottle reads 1 tsp just use 1/2 tsp. Start off with low ppm around 200 and raise it from there.


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Tue Jan 28, 2014 8:56 pm
by Melvan | 492 Posts | 2234 Points

Feed every 7 days using whatever is recommended by the nute company, properly ph'd water in between feeds. If you're just using a simple grow/bloom, you can follow the instructions on the bottles. If it's a suite of feeds, then follow the instructions for use with other feeds

It would help to know what line of nutes you're using, most likely someone here is already using them and can give you their schedule.


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:10 pm
by Rosebud | 499 Posts | 2113 Points

Do you know what your using yet? Like Mel said follow the directions on the bottle. If your making a tea that can be used every month or every week if the plants need it. We need more info.

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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:53 pm
by WeatherMan | 77 Posts | 146 Points

aside from the other recommendations given, I would follow this simple rule:
water....water....feed....water....water....feed....water....water....feed

that will help minimize disaster or more specifically, OVERFEEDING @,@

1/4 ~ 1/2 the recommended dose when first feeding too!


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:03 pm
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

wat i meant is should we mix more than fert at a time ? like NPK with iron with cal-meg all in one bucket ?


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:22 pm
by ozzydiodude • The Weird One | 2.465 Posts | 11504 Points

BG aren't you using dry ferts?


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:59 am
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

soulable ferts


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:58 am
by ozzydiodude • The Weird One | 2.465 Posts | 11504 Points

You might want to look into "spiking" the around the plants in The TLO style

TLO highlights


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 7:53 am
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

Quote: ozzydiodude wrote in post #9
You might want to look into "spiking" the around the plants in The TLO style

TLO highlights

not this either, just forget it i'll figure it out


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:50 am
by Rosebud | 499 Posts | 2113 Points

hey Bud,

You know all that old rotted manure and bird poop you have hanging around? You could make a tea out of that and feed your girls that way.

Sorry for the no help... We care!


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:51 am
by WeatherMan | 77 Posts | 146 Points

Quote: BudGrower wrote in post #10
Quote: ozzydiodude wrote in post #9
You might want to look into "spiking" the around the plants in The TLO style

TLO highlights

not this either, just forget it i'll figure it out



now that right there is about the easiest thing for any cannabis head to do easily,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"just forget about it"....... LOL


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:08 pm
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

Quote: Rosebud wrote in post #11
hey Bud,

You know all that old rotted manure and bird poop you have hanging around? You could make a tea out of that and feed your girls that way.

Sorry for the no help... We care!

i knw u do but english isnt helping hhhhhhh


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:09 pm
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

Quote: WeatherMan wrote in post #12
Quote: BudGrower wrote in post #10
Quote: ozzydiodude wrote in post #9
You might want to look into "spiking" the around the plants in The TLO style

TLO highlights

not this either, just forget it i'll figure it out



now that right there is about the easiest thing for any cannabis head to do easily,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"just forget about it"....... LOL


Happy Friday Bud Grower ~,~


hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh true but in this case my english isnt helping
enjoy the weekend


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:03 pm
by ozzydiodude • The Weird One | 2.465 Posts | 11504 Points

Bud post in your native language and let me run it thru a translator to see if we can add the translator to the system I know the server provider id working on more and better translators


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Sat Feb 01, 2014 5:31 pm
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

its difficult to get it with translator, appreciate it
let me tell u, lets say i have small plant i want 2 start ferts to her i will start with amoniac ( straight N ) for 2 weeks then i will give her 20-20-20 for 6 weeks in theses 6 weeks i will be giving here also some iron, cal-mag, trace elements, <<<< here is my question does any of these conflict with other or blocks another giving with 20-20-20


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Sat Feb 01, 2014 8:29 pm
by oldsman | 3 Posts | 15 Points

BG., maybe try watering with your fert then on your next watering mix in your other items only then your third watering use plain water. I see your concern about mixing everything into the same watering and it may end up to strong. Also like the others are saying, start with a quarter of amount on label and bump it up a quarter on each feeding till you get to what label recommendes.

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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:01 am
by Rosebud | 499 Posts | 2113 Points

20-20-20 sounds really strong to me. We normally feed a higher N for the veg cycle and then drop the N shortly after moving to flower. Then we give the P and K for flowering stage.


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:24 am
by BudGrower | 547 Posts | 1925 Points

Quote: Rosebud wrote in post #18
20-20-20 sounds really strong to me. We normally feed a higher N for the veg cycle and then drop the N shortly after moving to flower. Then we give the P and K for flowering stage.

so i shouldnt feed 20's ? but when the plant is baby needs p n k for the roots n the amune system


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RE: ferts schedule

in Soils and Soil-less Growing Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:56 am
by surfinc | 1.745 Posts | 6379 Points

maybe at 1/4 strength..try that first maybe 1/8 if they are tiny


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