Organic nute QUESTION! SHED SOME LIGHT 3rd grow in the
The Grow Room forums; hello world! first time posting, studying before I try and start my 3rd opp, i have grown 2 times so ...
Organic nute QUESTION! SHED SOME LIGHT 3rd grow
hello world! first time posting, studying before I try and start my 3rd opp, i have grown 2 times so far, and honestly im a noob still have lots to learn. My first opp died, did dripping hydro system following this green guy on youtube and dammit he did not tell me to flush it with water from time to time, so I had salt build up and my babies died, rookie mistake. 2nd time did soil, with synthetic nutes and came out okay but poor curing process, me personally hang dried and paper bag method sucked or I just didnt do it right because my nugglets turned out brown, looking like some imported mexican brick mj! no beauno! jars is the way to go, even a ice chest cooler. Tested those method and came out bright frosty lil nugglets. anywho, i have about a month before I start my 3rd opp, hopefully this time around ill get it done correct, i finally saved enough money and I am not going to half ass, and hopefully not waste my mula!
My question and maybe a little help from a few experts, I am trying to create an organic nutrient chart for my flowering stage, preping myself and gain some knowledge and I was curious, since its completely organic can i just load my babies with all organic nutrients with out flushing them from time to time with water? like for example, can i do day1 organic nutes, day2 no water, day3 organic nutes, day4 no water, so on, so on, etc. or do i have to do day1 organic nutes, day2 no water, day3 RO water, day4 no water, day5 nutes, so on, and so on. SOOOoo my question is can i just load them up with organic nutes all the way of the flowering cycle and then flush last week?? because im a little confused organic is organic they feed of living microorganism so there for they CANT have any salt build up so i see no reason for flushing during its flowering cycle UNLESS I see a deficiency in my babies.. and dammm I am so stoned right now! lol
fyi.. My next opp will be grand daddy picking up the clones at the local dispensery
i am planing on doing 3 weeks vegs.
my medium is root organic soil
just plain water for the first week and a half
build a nice brew and brew it once. and water for the remaining week and a half
then switch to flower, my first day of flower i will build a brew again and use it as part of my nute chart
and then whatever nutrient process i decide from there.
during my flowering stage chart, im hoping to use sensi bloom a/b for my medium as well, and lots of sweets, like bud candy, carbo load, cal mag, b52 and a few other things, along with my brew tryin to squeeze that in the chart at least 3 to 4 times.
catch my spliff???
So plzz shed some light!
Can i just do organic nutirents through out my whole flowering stage?
or some tips will help
and ill start a journal when im up the readyyyy
Last edited by platniumksh; 07-09-2012 at 02:01 AM.
did some more research and i guess ill be answering my own question... I have been doing a lot of reading on growing organic and it sounds bad ass, cant wait till i start! but to whoever that is curious about the answer, You can load up with organic nutes because you basically building microbial life forms, eco system, an ant farm of living microorganisms that works in harmony in your soils. The nutes will act like a slow release of nutrition which makes it harder to OVERFEED your babies! Just got to feel them out and provide the right nutes.
beam me up scotttieee!!
yo platinumksh... I have a couple homemade organic feeding charts that I made for myself... if you are truly interested shoot a pm my way
What do you consider plain water, some places tap water will killoff beneficials in the soil so I hear..
Originally Posted by Noromaru
Uhm,. for a red Spectrum?
Look into your municipalities water report... does it say they use chlorine or chloramine? Chlorinated water will need to be dechlorinated which is very simple just by providing the water oxygen (there are plenty of other methods too). Chloramine is a little more tricky, you will need to go to a pet/aquarium store and get a product that will neutralize that.
Originally Posted by RawBudzski