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Removed started grow question 3 years ago
hi guys.. no problems here, just some small talk - wanted to hear from you if you use your nutrients for house plants? and at what dosage?

im having aloe vera, some sanseverias and a monstera at my living room and would like to boost them up a bit..
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Wedding Gelato
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Techniques. Defoliation
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I've been using the same nutrients for my companion plants (botanicare line) as my cannabis plants. I use liquid karma (10ml/gal) if i do any transplanting ("acquiring" mullien from the woods and planting it outside my house haha). Saw great results adding a P/K booster at the rate of .75ml/gal. Veg and bloom nutrients I add at very low amounts (1-3ml/gal). The concepts for growing cannabis or basil are mostly the same when it comes to macro and micro nutrients. I plan to move them to a full hydro setup in the next couple weeks. Happy growing !!:four_leaf_clover::christmas_tree:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi there! I've used BioBizz Bloom and Top Max for delicious tomatoes :yum:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @flowerboy! I've been using both GreenLeafNutrients and Biobizz products range in my vegetable garden without any issue. I did not set my pH like I usually do with cannabis, considering my vegetables are growing in soil (BioBizz AllMix), I trust my medium to buffer its acidity and regulate nutrient intakes. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
Hellishjam answered grow question 3 years ago
I use Gaia Green organic dry amendments and I use it on everything. Been puttin it in my veggie garden and everything in there is loving it and growing very healthy. They have a 4-4-4 all purpose and a 2-8-4 bloom, also single ingredients which I use the base 4-4-4 and amend that with the single ingredients to boost certain number for each plant as they are all different like I add blood meal to the 4-4-4 for corn as they are a heavy nitrogen feeder. I’ve been using it in my cannabis garden they reall love this stuff. The dose says 1tbsp per gallon for top dressing once a month,and 4tbsp per gallon for mixing soil. I follow the direction for top dressing in the pot sizes. My garden on the other hand for individual plants I just use the 1tbsp. The corn is packed all together so I just try and spread it around evenly. I’m not sure your location so not sure if Gaia green is available to you as I’m in Canada. But I do know Down to earth is another good organic dry amendment available in the US.