Does burned Cigerette ASH help plants make big buds when during the flowering stage

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by SublimeOne, Nov 5, 2009.

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    SublimeOne

    SublimeOne Active Member

    I hear cigerette ash is high in phosphorous and potassium though i think it may be more potassium than phosphorous. Will this help plants during flowering like bat guano etc. AND ULTIMATELY SHOULD I TRY USING SOME?
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    doitinthewoods

    doitinthewoods Well-Known Member

    It's doing a few of things. It's providing carbon in small amounts and some K. It's also jack your PH up which will eventually lock up the nutrients unless you correct it with some low ph water.

    I wouldn't do it. There are a lot of better ways to feed your plants.
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    tusseltussel

    tusseltussel Well-Known Member

    cig ash is toxic if anything wood ash but it should be mixed with initial soil mix and amendments theres much better stuff out there dont do it
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    tyke1973

    tyke1973 Well-Known Member

    I would not recomend useing cig ash use some ash of burnt wood during the flowering stage it can help but not a great deal.

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