You really shouldn't need Superthrive or CalMag at all. Definitely do not use CalMag+ (plus), it contains EDTA and that is one of the things you want to avoid at all costs. Regular CalMag is good for foliar application, but you really shouldn't need it otherwise.
True organic growing is about establishing a healthy soil food web. Soil is alive; it has bacteria, archae, fungi, protozoa and all kinds of other microscopic organisms whose life processes (among other things) result
Its really easy buddy, take cuttings, dip in rooting horemone, put in medium, or straight water works, then keep rh up for a few days till they take root, then uncover or lower rh and repot and veg or flower walla. Lol
It really is simple bro
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Roots grow outward for stability, so they naturally collect at the edges of the container and leave much of the soil in the middle of the pot unused. This will cause slowed growth because the roots may restrict each other. Transplanting allows for a more efficient root mass, as the space in the middle of the final container will be used.