flushing with miracle grow soil useless?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by SnakierGrizzly, Mar 15, 2011.

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    SnakierGrizzly

    SnakierGrizzly Active Member

    flushing with miracle grow soil useless?
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    VICTORYGARDENSHYDRO

    VICTORYGARDENSHYDRO New Member

    The answer is yes, but how do you plan to flush with soil??
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    tafbang

    tafbang Well-Known Member

    I never flushed with miracle grow, but I heard of some people flushing it till they felt all the nutrients were gone. I just let them be though.
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    jdizzle22

    jdizzle22 Well-Known Member

    lol

    Flushing soils with time released fertilizers can be a big problem I hear because some of them release dependent on watering so you could potentially nute burn your plants by flushing (I don't know if this is the case with miracle grow specifically).
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    tafbang

    tafbang Well-Known Member

    Not if you keep watering to wash out all the nutes which is how you flush that type of shit...
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    SnakierGrizzly

    SnakierGrizzly Active Member

    thanks, i flushed it with a lot of water and the plant is starting to look a lot better
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    tafbang

    tafbang Well-Known Member

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    pointswest

    pointswest Active Member

    The time release pellets in the media use up their charge in about 3 months so most of the fertilizers has already been released and a good flush will help at the end of flowering.
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    zelweeds

    zelweeds Member

    I grow with miracle soil and I pull the plant out of the dirt about 3 days before harvest and put them in a bucket of fresh water, it seems to flush pretty good. If you dont pull the plant out of the soil flushing it will help the buds soak up some extra water before curing/drying which is always good.
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    budlover13

    budlover13 Moderator

    My experience with MG soil and nutes(they can grow some HUGE buds, however my current headstash doesn't utilize MG) is that you want to flush HEAVY, HEAVY for 2-3 days. The time release you can't really do anything with, but you can flush the hell out of them as they release the last of their nutes. 1.5-2 week flush. They will yellow and wither from over-watering, but than is a sign of decreased nutrient uptake. The downside is you need a longer drying period because you soaked them right before you chopped.

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