Is this enough or not enough fertilizer to last until flowering?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by BoogNBuds, Dec 27, 2013.

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    BoogNBuds

    BoogNBuds Member

    I'm using a dynamic lifter which is chicken crap, blood and bone and miracle gro soil, along with feeding bat guano every week or two
    the bat guano's NPK is 10-10-2
    this is a link to my journal if you want to check it out
    http://www.rollitup.org/grow-journals/764576-outdoor-grow-2013-2014-a.html


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    SpicySativa

    SpicySativa Well-Known Member

    Those things will probably get you through, since you are planted straight in the ground. Next time, I would avoid the Miracle Grow soil. Not a big deal, but those organic nutrients you chose will be more affective if they are added to a soil that doesn't already have slow release synthetic fertilizer in it.

    Plants are looking good! Keep it up!
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    BoogNBuds

    BoogNBuds Member

    Yeah thanks heaps I wanted to get an organic soil but couldn't find one yeah
    next time i will be using just an organic mix i might even head out today and get an organic one for my little felllas
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    SpicySativa

    SpicySativa Well-Known Member

    No prob. Yeah, definitely pick up an organic mix. I'd also highly recommend a mycorrhizal product of some sort while the plants are small. A little organic soil and some early use of mycorrhiza is a perfect start for a healthy plant.

    We are a little biased toward organic soil around here. Haha!
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    BoogNBuds

    BoogNBuds Member

    haha yes definitely I can see the organic section I was going for one, love the organic grows :)
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    BoogNBuds

    BoogNBuds Member

    Also Wanted to look into some more Ocean organics like Kelp and seaweed, any thoughts or advice?

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