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Nutrients for Marijuana

Giving your precious garden of weeden the proper amount of nutrients is vital to the success of any grower. Many new growers experience problems such as nutrient burn from giving their plants to many nutrients to fast. In order to not experience nutrient burn in the first place, you should start giving your vegetating or flowering ladies ľ of the recommended amount and work your way up to Ĺ and finally full, over the course of several feedings. Itís easy to get nutrient burn in vegetation, since the plant has less mass for the nutrients to be dispersed throughout.

However, if you do get nutrient burn, itís not the end of the world and can be fixed with a little bit of effort. Nutrient burn is most recognizable shortly after a feeding, where the edges and/or tips of the leaves begin to turn a lighter, often yellow or light-green color. To fix this, you must leach your plant(s) by giving them 3 times the amount of water you normally would for one watering. Give them a few days to recover, before slowly and gradually beginning the feeding schedule again.

Many gardeners prefer organic nutrients, where minimal to little flushing is required at the end of the flowering cycle, however for those using synthetic nutrients, itís recommended to flush your plants for 10 to 14 days with plain, clean water when in soil and for 5 to 7 days in hydro.

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Guest | Oct 29, 2012
 
u cant use miricle grow cause it,s shit stuff
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Guest | Jul 1, 2012
 
Why can't u use miracle grow potting soil?
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Guest | Jun 22, 2012
 
i have to cloned plants budding ,and only been in the ground aprox. 2 months
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Guest | Jun 6, 2012
 
what? no!
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Guest | Apr 24, 2012
 
can u use miracle grow
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Guest | Apr 16, 2012
 
Dirt Growers: 25% Worm castings 35% dirt (no wood chips)20% sand and rock 5% Charcoal 15% water retaining materials all clean of contaminates. The charcoal sucks salts out.
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michael9 | Mar 29, 2012
 
haha 1879, sounds like you know alot good info
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FrostedFlake | Mar 7, 2012
 
Ok, first off I have been smoking Pot since I was 13 yrs old. So lets just say not to show my age, lol it has been like 40 yrs, and also been growing since 1879 I guess when stuff like Panama Red and Alcopolco Gold, great valium bud lol, but any way you do need to use ferts, dont listen to ppl that say they go full organic when not. I am not pushing a product here, just the 1 I have found that works thee best, and have tried most believe me, lol.. But I have found Home and Gardens Root Excelerator to be the best on the market. Gives ya Big ol' white vines to drop into whatever medium you use.. All of their Products are totally 100% Organic, so no worries, but that big bud they have and the blooming products are outta this world. Don't take my word for it. Just try the root stuff and ind the best roots you have ever seen, and I use about 4 drops total in dome when germinating and bam, a white Tap Root you won't believe with a very high rate of finishing your plants out, just make sure to start with 1/4 of directions till they get bout a foot high by then really dump the full juice too em, if they look like they are standing strong on their own. Is what I have found that works, never over fert better to under fert, but you will learn to just see it at a Glance when ya get to be a better Grower, GL, on all you grow adventures, that's what they are adventures, sweet one's, lol..Oh and in the 80's I (Leave a word out) bud outta Humboldt 20 lbs at a time, know what good buds about :D
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FrostedFlake | Mar 7, 2012
 
Since 1972* sorry bout mistake on date, lol. bud again :D
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Guest | Feb 4, 2012
 
White powder can be white mildew or grey mold. Mildew happens in low humidity environment, and mold in 60% or more humidity. Check local hardware store for a (humidastat meter).
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Guest | Feb 4, 2012
 
Small plants don't need anything but clean water, unless you buy low dose nutrients. Until they are 8" tall then give 1/4 strength grow solution.(N.P.K.)
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Guest | Jan 30, 2012
 
my plants have white powder on the leaves what is it
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Guest | Jan 13, 2012
 
My plant is dieing what can i do to bring it bk its smaller then a clone plz help
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rhinourkel | Aug 27, 2011
 
Advice from ME = A Pro..! Don't use any nutrients..!? Use all Organics..!? The same stuff that is in those bottles of unessary exspence can be found in our earth ; organically.The only thing i use is Beneficial Bacteria and Beneficial Fungi that colonizes the feeder roots..! Feed that Carbohydrates and those roots will grow as far and wide as you let them.I recently gave a teen plant to a friend and had too dig it up.We found that digging it up was a near impossability due too feeder roots colonized by Pirana and Tarantula Advanced Nutrients and VooDoo Juice were as long and spread wide as 20 feet. Would have grown futher but ran into concrete! Had too prune the roots off in order too take plant out of ground.The Strawberry Cough plant is surviving in that same 5 gallon bucket that we transplanted it into at my friends house.The Beneficials still thrived and root-bound the bucket ; forcing Buds with light stress..!
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rhinourkel | Aug 27, 2011
 
Can we get questions answered on here..?
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rhinourkel | Aug 27, 2011
 
Like what is deficiancy at a glance..? Check Jorge Cervantez Chart
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lindzzz | Aug 24, 2011
 
You can always tell when a plant has been over-dosed on nutrients. They get that chemical burn look to them. It can be more harmful than not using anything at all if you use the nutrients improperly.
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Guest | Aug 18, 2011
 
best fertilizer for budding plants grown in compost indoors
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Kushie Q | Jun 15, 2011
 
Great tip on how to take care of over fertilized plants. Good advice will take note of it in case I ever need to treat an over fed plant.
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SkillitHits247 | May 22, 2011
 
Good read! I was one that did over fertilize my very first clone and did not realize it till after 4wks of giving her full strength nutrients, which stunted her growth by 4wks. Wish I knew some months ago...