Correct NPK?

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by theaksmoker, Jul 28, 2009.

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    theaksmoker

    theaksmoker Well-Known Member

    I have a plant 2 weeks into flower,in soil (unknown soil type,as plant was given to me) It has tops and small bud growth. I do not check my PH as i do not own,nor do i have the money right now, for a PH meter. I have fed it only once so far about a week ago the rest of the time just straight water from tap left out uncovered overnight to de-chlorinate. Now the question...the fertilizer i have used so far is NSR GreenLeaves Bloom Juice...it says it contains a NPK of 2-5-4 as well as some micro nutrients...does that NPK sound right? also should i be giving the plant anything in addition to these ferts such as molasses or epsom salts? how often should i feed it? any help is greatly appreciated
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    Boneman

    Boneman Well-Known Member

    Given your situation, that NPK is fine. As for what else it needs? We would need some pics
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    theaksmoker

    theaksmoker Well-Known Member

    here you go day 22 flowering unknown strain hows she doin

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    TOOLuvr

    TOOLuvr Member

    Looks good. You got 5 more weeks to go.
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    Boneman

    Boneman Well-Known Member

    Plant looks fine. Dont feed it but once every two weeks or so. You can use unsulphured molassas anytime you want. 2 tablespoons per gal of water.

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