i think that this thread is GREAT. exciting, i'm seriously thinking about going completely organic (i organically foliar feed, but my nutes are chem. i've heard a lot of good about organics, idk, i think I'll do half and half
I'll be posting pics this coming week, going to be SO EXCITING< and now to go organic, awesome.
But one must remember,
Organics never yield as high as chemicals..
Experimented with it for years.
Organics will taste a tad bit better..
Its a trade off.
Id say chemicals is perfect for a cash crop, and Organics is great for your own personal stash.
whats the n-p-k of molasas?
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Funny how inexpensive molasses functions in the agriculture process exactly the same as very pricey 'nutes' with flashy names and serious advertising budgets.
I utilize Fox Farms Nutrient Regimn and I follow that strictly! I do deviate in the beginning of the plants life and only go half strength till plant has grown enough to be able to handle full dosage. Moreso, I also start feeding with un-sulphured molasses(organic) around the third week of flowering and I hit them with the molasses only on days I fertilize. Lastly, I do FLUSH, regardless if im growing indoors or outdoors ( as always IM A DIRTBAGGER), with distilled H20. I am a medical grower, and this works great for me to really enjoy a smooth smoke that retains plant charicteristics. Oh and if bragging rights are considered, my smoke wins awards, 12 to be exact at current moment. Hope this helps. FIRE IN DA HOLE!!!
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so whats the purpose of flushing my true organic nute fed ladies ? , and it sounds like my soil might need the molasses im 2nd week in flowering , all input appreciated