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Removed started grow question 3 years ago
I'm about to transplant into larger containers with soilless mix, my plants are in early vegetative stage and growth is now accelerating. Should I use full strength or a lighter nutrient solution on their first transplant watering?
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Techniques. Defoliation
souljasam answered grow question 3 years ago
Go full strength. I grow in coco and other than when they are seedlings just starting I typically use full strength nutes. That other guy mentioned salt build up, that's generally only a problem in soilless mediums if you aren't watering until you get runoff. I typically go for 30% run runoff of the volume I'm watering with. The runoff makes sure that the old nutes are flushed out and replaced with new nutes. Like he said it is not as important with organic due to organics not coming in salt form, but if any of your nutes are inorganic just be sure to flush. I would also use real growers recharge or great white myco if you have any to help it recover from the transplant shock faster.
freshwaterjellyfish answered grow question 3 years ago
..if I'm not mistaken, I believe youre using organic- I'd go full strength.
If you were using Chem nutes i'd be carefully w such big pots and salt accumulation.
Your seedlings look far from murdered my friend..good work.
..did I see a wooden chip board surface? That's a no no.