Organic Fish Hydrolysate Fertilizer from Neptune's Harvest. Only smells if you sniff the bottle and is awesome for plants. Have used the sample several times and still have some left. Ended up buying a fish & seaweed blend of theirs since my plants were looking so good!
Got a link or an email address so I can hit her up for a sample? Going to to go organic on my next grow.
Wow I'm surprised the soil was so dry after only a day of not watering. Watered with a good bit of run off with the 1/4 tsp of the blossom booster today, that's the recommended strength for each watering. I'll use the fertilizer every other watering.
Look at all the pretty bud sights ^_^. I should have a good bit of green whenever these girls get done. The left one is Blue Mammoth and the right is Northern Lights. I took off the dead leaves on the NL, was only about 2-3. I just remembered the BM has a few dead leaves at the very bottom of the plant, I forgot to take them off. Kind of expected since CFLs don't have that much light penetration and they're at the very bottom. I'm not going to readjust the LST. Just going to let em do it's thing. That node that's the tallest on the BM is actually about 4-5 nodes from the top. Shows how well she took to the LST.
I'm not actually sure if that desk fan did anything lol. The temp is the same without it, 84-88. It's a bit high and I'd rather run the lights during the dark, but I'm going to try to have a well defined light and darkness period. Took a pic of what the branches look like. I'm starting to see pistils pop up on all the Blue Mammoth branches. That's actually what I took a pic of. Didn't come out like I wanted, but it got my point across. Watched a cervantes video and I think he said ideal humidity was 50-60% for flowering, I'm 49-58% so if I heard correctly I'm all good.
Last edited by Cloudz2600; 06-14-2012 at 10:12 AM.
I went there and filled out the form, asked for a sample .
Was it the fish-seaweed fertilizer, just the fish or just the seaweed? Actually what's the difference? Wouldn't it be best to have the fish-seaweed?
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Neptune's Harvest Seaweed Plant Food is an organic storehouse of over 60 naturally occurring major and minor nutrients and amino acids. It's growth promoting substances (Auxims, Cytokinins, Gibberellins) enhance plant development, color and vigor. Seaweed has also been found to increase plant hardiness and resistance to adverse environmental conditions, such as early frost, extreme heat and lack of moisture. Used as a seed inoculant, seaweed fertilizer increases and accelerates germination, and enhances the rapid development of a healthy root system. Seaweed is an excellent addition to any fertilization program.
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Neptune's Harvest is an organic fertilizer made from fresh North Atlantic fish. It is made by a unique cold process that protects the vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and growth hormones.
It also contains all the micro and macro nutrients naturally found in fish. The nitrogen and other nutrients are chelated, so they are readily available for plants consumption. Unlike fish emulsions, Neptune's Harvest retains the fish proteins and oils and has no unpleasant odor. University studies have shown Neptune's Harvest to outperform chemical fertilizers.
If you want more info than that, you'll have to Google! Lol, I'm too lazy . There's numerous articles on how fish and seaweed help cannabis though, and are a few on this site too.
Last edited by Lady.J; 06-14-2012 at 02:34 PM.
I guess if you wanted to be exact with your nutes buying them separately would be better, but at $25 per quart I can't see 2 in 1 being a bad thing lol. Oh cool didn't know it wasn't fish emulsions. Yea, I specifically said I'd like a sample of the fish-seaweed fertilizer. They sent you a response or just the package?