I have noticed that a lot of people have questions about the Fox Farms feeding schedules so I thought I would post up this info. All this info is courtesy of the marijuana mastermind that is Lady Zandra at Planet Skunk. FOX FARMS SCHEDULE Product list: Grow Big--$16 Tiger Bloom--$16 Big Bloom --$16 Open Seseme--$23 ChaChing--$23 Beastie Bloom --$23 And the Optional : Bush Doctor Sledgehammer--$26 The last 4 Products are used in small quantities and only at specific times during the grow. Here's the FoxFarms Feeding Schedule for Soil... Hydro is MUCH more complex, unless you use bubblers then you can follow a Phasic feeding schedule (At end of weekly schedule!) FOX FARMS FEEDING SCHEDULES WEEKLY FEEDING- per Gallon Sprouting and week 1--BigBloom 2TBS week 2-- 2tsp Grow Big + 2TBS Big Bloom Week 3--3tsp Grow Big + 2TBS Big Bloom Week 4--JUST 3 tspGrow Big + 1/4 tsp Open Sesame Week 5 same as week 4 unless going 12/12-- Week 5- OR--day 1 of 12/12-- 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Open Sesame Week 6--same as above Week 7-- 2 Tsp Grow Big + 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/4 tsp Beastie Bloom Week 8-- 2Tsp Grow Big + 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Beastie Bloom Week 9-- 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/4 tsp Cha Ching week 10-- Same as above Week 11--2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Cha Ching At beginning of week 11--Check Trichomes-- Flush if ready.. otherwise, continue as with week 11 every week until you flush! Also recommended--but not a necessity-- Bush Doctor Sledgehammer (prevents lock-out) use 2 drops per gallon of water between feedings starting in week 4 of 12/12 PHASIC SHEDULE: (per gallon) (follow this for bubblers, OR you can use these amounts when watering in soil but is not as good as the weekly schedule for soil!) New Clones, or when seedlings get 3 sets of leaves- 1tsp Grow Big + 2tsp Big Bloom Week 3 of veg (unless going 12/12) ADD 1tsp Grow big + 2 tsp Big Bloom 4 Days Before going 12/12- Add ¼ tsp Open Sesame Day 1 of 12/12 Drain Reservoir & refill. Add 2 tsp Tiger Bloom + 1TBS Big Bloom + ½ tsp Open Sesame Week 3 of 12/12Add ¼ tsp Beastie Bloom Week 5 of 12/12Drain and refill reservoir Add 2 tsp Grow Big + 1 tsp Tiger bloom + 1 TBS Big Bloom + ¼ tsp Cha ching 3-5 Days Before harvest-- Drain and refill reservoir add 2 drops Sledgehammer keep the res filled in between feedings with ph adjusted water-- The reason Fox Farms doesn't list nutes for weeks 2 & 4 is that it ASSUMES your res won't go down, so you won't NEED any additional nutes (if your res stays full- great!).. but if the plants are pretty big, or the room is warm/dry-- they can need refilling up to 3-4x a week!!! The chart doesn't take that into account-- Remember-- feed AT MOST 1x each week-- only water in-between! Use additional nutes from week one at 1/2 rate until in flower (between recommended feeds) then in flower-- for additional feeds, use the nutes from the 1st week of flower at 1/2 rate in between...again--NEVER feed more than 1x a week! Bubblers MAY use the weekly Schedules-- BUT ONLY if you use an ec/ppm meter to keep the levels where they should be.... an ec around 1.2-1.5 in veg.. then 1.5 -1.7 in flower until the last 2-3 weeks... then can go as high as 2.0. Watch your plants! they'll tell you if you are over/under feeding! NOTE FOR PHASIC FEEDINGS Week ONE is NOT as soon as they are sprouted and have leaves! Week one is after they have 4 sets of true leaves--- Start your new seedlings in JUST Ph adjusted water (can use hydrogard & superthrive) When they get their 3rd set of leaves--add HALF of the amount called for in phase 1 of your phasic schedule-- When they open another 2 sets of leaves (fully!) then add the other 1/2 to bring it to the amount required for "Phase 1" this will greatly reduce the possibility of nute-burn or over feeding...and allows the babies to adjust to the nutes easier. Note about flushing If growing in Soil, you usually Start flushing (running clear water thru the soil to rinse out the unused nutes) 2 weeks prior to harvest. This is necessary to force the plant to use it's stored nutes & proteins, that otherwise result in harsh or grassy product. But flushing also OFTEN results in losing yield; since you will reduce the available nutrients to the plant during the last 2 weeks of growth when the plants usually put on the most weight. Simply STOP Nuting at whatever week you are at when time to flush. IF you use the Emergency flush method, follow the entire schedule until the plants are ready to harvest. Hope this helps all that use Fox Farms nutes.