Discussion in 'Organics' started by haille selassie I, Feb 26, 2013.
Hi all, I can only obtain biocanna Vega and biobizz bloom, are these compatible ?
You don't have to worry much about compatibily with organics. In fact, I strive much more for diversity (use lots of various inputs, each at low levels). I don't use bottled nutrients, but if I were in your situation I would probably end up using that veg for the veg period, and even mix some with your bloom for the first few weeks of 12/12.
Thanks for the reply Only thing is I nearly burnt my ladies to a crisp with PSG Guano, and I am gunna stick to bottle nutes from here on in.
Although i like your idea on diversity, apparently Biocanna Vega is low on N , where I believe my plant is becoming deficient in the very same. I flushed with 1 ml Biobizz Bloom today (2.0-6.0-3.5) and plenty of water, just not sure if that would be enough since I am in the 3rd week of Veg. So I guess I am asking can you use flowering organics in veg as a last resort ?
Sorry for the long post , I have attached some piccys
if your problem is N deficiency due to bio vega being low on N then bio bloom definately wouldnt be the answer, bio bloom only has 2% N, vega has 3.5% N.
just looked at the pic, it doesnt look like N def to me, it looks more like calcium def
Thank you so much ! I was pondering if it was maybe a cal mag deficiency, but I was unsure if I can add Epsom salts to an organic fertilising schedule. How would you suggest to correct this deficiency ?
Also I have only just start using nutes as my soil was Plagron terra which is prefertlised for 3 weeks of growth, I am yet to use Biocanna Terra.
Again thank you for your help it is much appreciated.
I agree. That looks more like a Ca deficiency than N. N defs yellow the leaves evenly, and tthey don't usually show any necrotic (dead, brown) tissue until the whole leaf has pretty much turned yellow.
Why are the leaves wet? What are you spraying on them?
I think this was just after a flush hence the whole plant got wet
I am currently only able to obtain calcium cyanamide ( Inorganic calcium oxide with nitrogen) which I have dissolved a small amount in a spray bottle and am foliar feeding the calcium till the soil dries out enough and I can apply via the soil.
I suppose I have learned not to use just brita filter water for next time.
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