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Bio Bizz feeding question....... (i feel stupid)

Discussion in 'Organics' started by Mr. Anomaly, Dec 31, 2012.

    Mr. Anomaly

    Mr. Anomaly Active Member

    I am having a very hard time figuring out a feeding schedule for my 8 plants in 10 gallon smart pots using bio bizz. Should i be using 15ml (1Tbs) per gallon of Bio-Grow and 10ml of algi-mic or 10ml Fish Mix and then water once and then feed again or should i be feeding with every watering? i normally mix 15 gals of nutes at a time... i have been trying to figure this out for days now and i am extreamlly stressed out.
  2. bio bizz have a website?

    Endur0xX Well-Known Member

    If using bottled nutrients is too stressful for you, try supersoil next time around. I was the same way :eyesmoke:

    The2TimEr Well-Known Member

    Once you start growing plants and you see how hungry they get, you'll get the jist of how often you should be feeding. IE: feed, feed, water or feed, water, feed.
    Bio bizz are organic aswel i use it in conjunction with my organic soil mix and i only apply it in the flowering phase really.
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    Mr. Anomaly

    Mr. Anomaly Active Member

    I think the part that confuses me is when the bottle says it's safe to use at full strength with every water. That just does not seem right i mean i would think you would want to give just straight RO water after every other heavy feeding of 15ml per gallon. What i need is a feeding for dummies type deal. lol

    w89 Member

    its hard to over feed with organic nutes, just do what it says on the bottle, if not go half what it says on the bottle its not difficult mate, unless you can't read then I would think you be fucked lol

    if using 1 bottle id go full strength
    2 bottles half strength each
    3 bottles 1 third of each

    Kincaid Well-Known Member

    this is the new feed chart hope this helps IMG_0751.jpg

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