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Rob_96 started grow question 4 years ago
How much should be the humidity? And how muck nutrients should I give my plant in terms of ml/l? I use bio-bloom of biobizz and top-max of biobizz.
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Newfoundland420 answered grow question 4 years ago
I would say your humidity would be safe at levels of 40 - 55% You are not very late in flowering. You can dial back a bit each week, but you will be safe with anywhere 55% and below

As for your nutrients, it looks like your plant is well established. Keep in mind when using bloom nutes in early flower it can cause the plant to stop growing and put its energy into producing buds.

Is your plant done the flowering stretch yet? If not, then hold off!

If the stretch is done, and you are about half way through your flower, I would dial back on your Nitrogen (Add some, just very little), and increase your bloom for the final stages of flower. I would start her off at 1/2 dose for the first week and then increase next week to full feeding if she takes it well with no signs of stress or burns.

Hope this helps..looks great keep it up!
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Well, as for humidity, if you can keep it below 60 you should have no problem with bud rot (that's my usual level). If it's higher than that you can defoliate a bit and that will help.
As for biobizz, I use that too and biobloom is fairly mild, so 1 to 4 ml/lt is fine, just follow biobizz schedule. I no longer use topmax since I didn't find any difference while using it. What has helped too is keep using biogrow in flower at 1 ml/lt.
Hope that helps
FlavoursUk answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi,

Optimal Humidity is 40-50% RH (or less).
Ideally, the relative humidity of your grow room should be lowered to around 40-50% at the beginning of the flowering stage. As plants approach harvest, some growers lower humidity down to 30% or even less to force cannabis buds to produce more resin.

As for feeding, start with half or even a quarter of the recommended dosage per litre of water. The key is slowly coming of N (Nitrogen) while giving it more phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). By week 3-4 flower you want to of completely come off Nitrogen altogether. But so early into flowering, loads of nutrients isn't a must. In fact, less is more and gradually increase the dosage little by little. Thats key, don't over do it as you will run into more problems.. You can always add more but you can't always take out. There should be a feeding schedule on your nutrient lines website (have a look) half their dose or maybe even quarter and start there. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Michka answered grow question 4 years ago
Looking at your buds, I think you can go below 50%...