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Fabhz started grow question 3 years ago
How do you add micro-nutrients organically to plant? I mean not using commercial products for growing.
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The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
Theres a few different methods out there that help you in this matter . You can purchase a product called Mykes Mycorrhizae its all natural and very inexpensive ! Another route you could take is using Sea Kelp this will help your plants root system be able to absorb micro nutes as well as stimulate root growth and give it a bit of micro nutrients another method you can try is to essentially build your own worm farm so you can collect worm casting this is a great way to provide micro nutrients to your plants . Now with all that being said and reviewing your diary seeing that you are in flower I would consider this method although it will boost your PK buy a little bit . Boilling water with about 6 banana peals in it mixed with a half a cup of molasses . After the water is at a rolling boil leave it sit for 2 minuts while stirring it then remove the banana peels and strain through a coffee filter . This will provide Nitrogen , Potassium , Phosphoros as well as micro nutrients and raw carbs this will help facilitate new sites as well as strengthen your current ones ! IF you choose to use the banana mix it is 1 part banana mix to 4 parts water . I hope this helps on your journey to become an organic grow master ! -Happy Growing !
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
hey man for indoor grows organic is a bit more complicated, it starts with the water add approx 5g of "active vegetable charcoal" ($9-20 the KG) per L of water and let it sit an hour or two before you water, you can add it to the soil too when you first till it. Other than that there's mollasses ($5 a gallon), add two pre-diluted tablespoons on "non-feed days". Folks mash up egg shells in their soil and such but what you can do at this stage is adding a chelation agent, like three tiny drops of handsoap or some microbial tea to get the existing soil nutrients broken down. For micronutes is still cal mag + silicate and rhiz, and the best is that in a micronutrient foliar spray. That's the simple truth I'm afraid. Hope this helps staying bio my bio friend ! :rocket:
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @Fabhz ! What you need is worm humus and composts. They are very rich in readily available micro nutrients plus they contain beneficial microbes, humic and fulvic acids, enzymes, amino acids and more and you can make them by your own. A good quality compost can provide all the micro nutrients a plant will ever need. Happy growing ! :+1:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Agree to Athos, and you can add some sugarbeet/ sugarcane sirup. / blackstrap molasses. That feeds your girl in the last weeks and the Buds tastes wonderful. Put 1 Tablespoon per 2 liters and water her.I do my own " Kelpmix" ingredients are, aloeleaves, spirulina algae/ ascophyllum nodosum ( seaweed meal) calciumpoweder, siliceapowder and sugarbeetsirup. I give that to my girls from around week 3. they get it 1-2 times a week . I think its a good drink. happy growing
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Worm castings is a great way to do it. If it's home made, even better. Micro elements should be present in good soil mixes.