Budswell ?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by Tyrannabudz, Jun 8, 2009.

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    Tyrannabudz

    Tyrannabudz Well-Known Member

    I purchased some superbat budswell to use as an additive during flowering. I am using Age Old Bloom as well it is 5-10-5. The budswell is in liquid form and is .01-.10-.01. I am using FFOF in three gal. pots. In the second week of flowering I mixed Age Old Bloom at 1/4 oz. per gal. and Age Old kelp(.30-.25-.15) at 1/4 oz. per gal. and fed them. I am now in the fourth week of flowering and have only fed w/ plain water since. When is a good time to add the Budswell? Can or should it be used w/ the bloom formula? Thanks.bongsmilie
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    Tyrannabudz

    Tyrannabudz Well-Known Member

    Wow no help, maybe I should have labeled my thread, "should I take a shit on my plants.....duhh" Thanks for nothing!
    :cuss:
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    masterhydro

    masterhydro Active Member

    I think it would be fine if you used them both.
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    to serve man

    to serve man Active Member

    I've only ever used Budswel as a soil admendment and not in a tea. The bloom formula that you have is already pretty high in P, but you could make the budswel into a tea with it to give it an added boost. I like to use it directly in the soil because it acts as a slow release nutrient through-out the plants life cycle.
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    midwestmaster

    midwestmaster Active Member

    if i were u id feed every 2 weeks or so, and with the guano you could just top dress, or just mix it in the water with ur other stuff but id tone it down a bit and put half the recomended on each, so u dont burn ur ladies;)
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    Old Coot

    Old Coot Well-Known Member


    I have tried Budswel in Tea. I use Morbloom 0-10-10. They didnt like each other. I would be interested in your results. I got a bag of bat crap that Im not so sure about.

    And dont get even a hint of the bat guano on you. Do to my day gig, my hands get cut and abrased. So I get the tea on my hands during feeding and get an infection in my middle, and index fingers. It works its way up to my wrist and lasts about a two weeks. Red swollen and itchy, not to mention the puss in the sores my knuckes. Thats the truth and not the gory details. :eyesmoke:
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    to serve man

    to serve man Active Member

    When you are dealing with living bacteria and fungi you shouldn't ever get it into an open wound.
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    Tyrannabudz

    Tyrannabudz Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the help. And for the warning about the bacterial infection possibility. I have cracked ass hands too from working construction. I apologize for any harsh words in my 2nd post.:peace::bigjoint:

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