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Verlido started grow question 3 years ago
Wanted to know if my nutrient list is solid for the strain I am growing. Take a look at my pictures and specs, any tips would be appreciated.
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Week 10
Techniques. Defoliation
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Verlido! Your plants look healthy so congrats, they are stretching a lot, that could be a sign of too much Nitrogen, or just a lack of direct light. However you should be very careful, since it's easier to solve a slight deficiency than to recover from a nutrient toxicity, so keep being attentive to your plants reactions and slow down on feedings whenever you see the first signs of a toxicity (burnt tips or dark green foliage). Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Solid nutes you got there. Works fine with these strains.
Important with all nutrients is not to over feed your plants. So you should feed like 1/3 of the amount in the nutrient bottle says. Easier to take care low nute levels than over fed plants.
Happy growing!
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
Advance nutrient is solid. If your plant is responding well to the current level of nutrients don't change a thing. Only thing that will change is your bloom additive comes time you decide to switch your light cycle to 12-12. In the meantime you could do some LST to control the height of your plant. All and all it's growing like a weed :wink:
Thee_HoffGuyy answered grow question 3 years ago
hey Verlido! yeah I'd say your looking pretty good with them. you could most likely even lower the amounts a little. Like Athos said if the soil has enough to feed the plant and keep it happy then your good:+1:. When plants are growing nice a cruising along like yours I personally do a water-water-feed schedule with lower doses when I do feed them just to add in the little bit that the plant has taken out. plus alot has to do with soil quality and how big your pot is, the more soil the more available nutrients. Don't get me wrong tho you can deplete the soil to if you do a very long veg period and not feeding it that much can lead to that happening but all you gotta do if your going to veg for a longer period is just keep an eye for any signs of deficiencies or re-pot to a bigger pot and give it some new soil. Your doing great, and if you want you can leave your nute levels the way they are since it is not hurting the plants or you could cut back a little save yourself some nutrients and there should still be plenty in the soil. Hope this helps Happy Growing an Plentiful Harvests:pray:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
With good soil and a 3 to 5 gallon pot, you can grow outdoors (and indoors) with no added nutrients. My advice to you is to only use nutrients when you see that the plant is showing a deficiency, if there is no sign of the plant needing anything extra, there's no need to actually feed it, Let the plant feed itself from the soil and by the looks of it, those pots are gigantic. If needed I would only use a grow nutrient, bloom nutrient and cal/mag if your water is too soft.