Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by Van isl grower, Jan 29, 2018.
has anyone seen good results using overdrive after the end of pk13/14 feeding?
It's snake oil containing a few vitamins that the plant produces in abundance themselves.
End with 7.0 ph water, 30% humidity and 10 hrs of light per day
Last 3 weeks
I have a different regiment for how I usually end the last couple weeks. I was only curious about the overdrive because of what a few people have said about it. I’ll stick with what i know for now
Can you explain the 7.0 ph? 3 weeks is a long time. Correct me if im wrong but wouldn’t it make more sense to run 5.8-6.2 ph for better uptake of the last bit of nutrients? I’m by no means a pro grower, just trying to keep learning and perfecting my grows.
Yes, used and hooked on it, at least I have been happy with my yields after started using it....
Its just that then I haven't been able to do the peak PK time with Buddhas three PK 9/18 ,which has been my other favorite since found it..
..meaning I have been using Buddhas Three as instructed with 0.25ml/liter until the 6 week, which is the point where you should pump it up for 0.5 ml/liter for one week...it's just that the AN Overdrive should start at that time and you can't use 2 PK product on the same time...but because the yields have been so nice with the Overdrive, I rather have just emptied the tanks and added the Overdrive and basic nutes to get the desired EC reading...but no complains there...yields have been a success after that...so yep go for it ,its not expensive , but do use some other PK in moderate dose few week until the last 3 weeks starts and the use Overdrive..
Fuck don't listen to that , never fuck up your ph like that or none of the desired nutrients can't be absorbed , keep an nice EC until just one week left ,then empty tanks add water and a low amount of nutrients...I am not a believer of water only flushing ,you can go for 2-4 days water and zymes at the end but always ph your water....(buy the way I am not growing in soil, so there can be some small tweaks different in soil than coco)
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