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mr3dontplay started grow question 3 years ago
When do you start feeding your seedlings with Fox Farm Nutes or any other line???
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Majormolasses answered grow question 3 years ago
Depends honestly some plants take nutrients well some do not I’ve given some plants stuff right off the bat like liquid seaweed and I Use URB Natural So it’s all organic so first feeding probably 14-21 days in once they have a good root structure and can take on full watering really. Hope to help happy growing looking amazing :ok_hand::green_heart::seedling:
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
After 10 days, week 2.
GvXThC answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi there! Cannabis plants doesn't need too much fertilizer until three weeks, at least. Having in mind that you are using soil, it's not necessary to feed your seedlings at all during first three weeks.

However, you can use safely bio-stimulants like humic acids or algae extracts, and eventually little doses of root stimulant to encourage root development.

I hope my answer was useful.

Have a nice cultivation.
Pseudo answered grow question 3 years ago
I'm waiting for the first leaves to appear
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @mr3dontplay! FoxFarmNutrients are known to be hot unless very diluted, I would recommend to use only root stimulator for the first 2 weeks, unless you see a sign of a Nitrogen deficiency. Trust your soil, it should contain enough nutrients for the early veg stage. Remember it's way easier to fix a slight deficiency than to recover from a slight toxicity. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
I usually start feeding with NPK value nutes week prior to flowering. Before that Cal-mag + humic acids will do good for vigorous growth
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
If you are using a hot soil, then you could wait, but I would start feeding towards the end of the 1st week of veg. The cotyledons (1st 2 leaves developed) provide essential nutrients to the plant early and some growers don't start adding nutrients until they start to yellow, which on some of yours seems to be the case. Good luck and happy growing!
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Depends on the soil you are using. With light soil I would start at the end of the 1st week. With prefertilized soil, I would let the plant feed itself from the soil, for me 3 gallon of allmix can last 8 weeks without needing any nutrient.