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Removed started grow question 5 years ago
When should I start to add nutrients. What kind of nutrients work best? iv got something from BIOBIZZ. Any Idea how to Grow two big Flowers? Thanks a lot
My First AK 47
5 weeks
My First AK 47 Rabin963
Royal AK
1 comment · 5 years ago
Week 2
Techniques. Defoliation
Stick answered grow question 5 years ago
Hi there! You shouldn't be giving nutrients on the first week of the vegetative stage, however your plants look older than 1 week, I'd say they're 15 days old, so you might want to start feeding now. Biobizz has great products, if you're looking for organic fertilizers. They do have some downsides: you can't keep them more than a few months, they tend to smell (in the bottles+in your soil), and they're probably not as much efficient as some other non-organic fertilizers. I'm now testing MegaCrop (powder nutrients), I have to say I think I'll never go back to liquid fertilizers again. Now, about your feeding schedule, I'd recommend not to follow BioBizz schedule, this one is much better : As you can see, for young plants (Veg Week 1 - line 2) you should be giving 2ml RootJuice + 2ml BioGrow + 1ml BioHeaven for 1 litter of water. Hope this helps, keeps us up-to-date so we can help you adjusting your parameters, and happy growing!
Removed answered grow question 5 years ago
For a plant in a 15 liter pot, there is no need to feed yet. The nutrients in the soil should allow the plant to feed itself 5 weeks of veg plus the 3 weeks of stretch in flower, unless you are using light soil. I would wait to see the first minor symptoms of deficiency before feeding anything.
ShaggyGrower answered grow question 5 years ago
Typically growers start feeding their plants from the third week as there is enough in the plant itself (seed) and the medium it's first put into for the first couple of weeks, sometimes longer. In Week 3, mix up a 1/4-1/3 strength solution of BioBizz, so if it says 3ml/l, mix up ~1ml/l, etc.

Important: make sure the feed is ~22-24c or you'll cool the roots and slow down growth a bit. Indeed, a heat mat to keep her media warm is a great tip for vigorous early growth. Good luck!