DIY CO2 Generator:
2 liter bottle: or what ever works for you.
1 cup of sugar: Place sugar in bottle
Add Warm water 3/4 the way up the bottle
let sugar dissolve in water. shake well or let sit for 15 mins and shake some more.
add a pinch of Baking soda
then add Active Yeast about 1 teaspoon shake it up.
i add a air line to the cap and hot glue or silicone it onto place and then i can direct to what ever part of the plant i want.
1 Gallon Water
1 TBSP Guano (Flowering - Jamaican or Indonesian Bat Guano / General Fertilizer - Peruvian Seabird Guano)
1 Tsp Black Strap or Sugar Beet Molasses
We mix the ingredients directly into the water and allow the tea mix to brew for 24 hours. Itís best to use an aquarium pump to aerate the tea, but an occasional shaking can suffice if necessary and still produce a quality tea.
We also use molasses to sweeten and enrich Alfalfa meal teas. Our
Originally Posted by ylem
if you wait until all trichomes are amber the cannabinoid profile shifts to a more sedating blend of more CBD (cannabidiol) - the cannabinoid mostly responsible for sedation and pain relief in.
if you want a more up head high i suggest harvesting on the early side.
hope that helps.
Originally Posted by Wetdog
I like mixing the 2, you end up with a nice 15-25-20 blend. I use 1/4 tsp of each (1/2 tsp total)/gallon of water.
I nute like I water, till I get good run off and apply it once/week. For a 5 gallon container, this is around a gallon +- of nute solution. I've never really measured 'how much', but look at the run off and make sure the entire medium is saturated with nutrient solution.
MAKE SURE THE ROOTS ARE MOIST, FIRST!!!!! *I* water the day before I nute. A buddy
Originally Posted by djruiner
been using jacks for the last 2 years. i started off at 1/4 strength and increase it by 1/8's each week till i figure out how much the strain can take..when i get slight burn at the tips i back of by an 1/8 the next feeding...wait 2 weeks then go back up by a 1/8 each week. i stick to that unless i start seeing any slight yellow...then i will increase it a 1/4. but there is no set feeding schedule...each strain is different and some require more or less...read each plant and it will tell you what