will bloom booster help my plant?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Bornhigh71, Nov 2, 2008.

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    Bornhigh71

    Bornhigh71 New Member

    I have an awesome petite plant that has had nothing but Reverse Osmosis water. It is about 2-1/2 weeks into flowering, doing awesome considering my procedure. Would Miracle-Gro Bloom Booster help? It has 15-30-15. any advice would be appreciated.:confused:

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    rolla8

    rolla8 Well-Known Member

    Stay away from all products Miracle Grow. It is just horrible shit that will ruin your plants. Look into getting bloom nutrients that are suitable for marijuana. FoxFarms is my personal choice, but there are many. You might want to get some opinions from others before you choose exactly what to buy. But no matter what you do, stay away from Miracle Grow products and also Dr. Schultz, Scotts, and Vigiro. All that shit is worthless.
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    nigsus

    nigsus Active Member

    highly recomend either canna or plagron products as a plagron green sensation produces fantastic colas either give amazing taste and smoke at the end.
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    Bornhigh71

    Bornhigh71 New Member

    Can I get this at a head shop, because I live in a hell hole 100 miles to anything either way. thanks for helping out, the more successful plants there are out there, the happier we ALL are.
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    rolla8

    rolla8 Well-Known Member

    Head shops don't typically carry anything related to growing. Remember, they operate under the guise of selling products intended for "tobacco" and "legal herbs", and not marijuana. Of course we all know what the real deal is, but the charade must be maintained in order to stay on the right side of the law. If you don't have access to a local hydroponics shop, your best bet will be to order your supplies online. Most reputable online hydroponics and garden supply websites will allow you to mail in a money order as payment, and will ship your stuff to you in plain, unmarked boxes to ensure privacy.
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    Bornhigh71

    Bornhigh71 New Member

    Right on Rolla, that's what I was afraid of but at least I know now. Thanks for the "heads up".:peace:
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    college413

    college413 Active Member

    hey im a first time grower in the final few weeks of flowering my plant, everything i have read says stay away from miracle grow products but i didnt want to spend a bunch of money ordering stuff online for my first grow so i have miracle grow soil and ive been using those same bloom booster nutrients, im no expert but from what i see my plant is very happy with those nutes. Like i said im a first timer so i guess take everyone elses advice because they have probably been through a lot more than me but im just saying that it hasnt had any negative effects on my plant. ill put up a picture of her so far and u can decide if its bad for them to use those nutes . good luck though!
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    college413

    college413 Active Member

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    Bornhigh71

    Bornhigh71 New Member

    wow i guess different areas and circumstances could be different results. Are you doin natural sunlight like me, maybe thats the crucial element. I used the bloom booster one time, misting it then watering it. After I heard it wasn't good I stopped. Your budding looks similar to mine, but maybe a week or two ahead, and bigger. But I'm just havin fun being the Mad Scientist and I know my stuff will be enjoyed soon.
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    Ghost420

    Ghost420 Well-Known Member

    theres nothing wrong with MG i used it for my first grow and got a 1/4 pound dry. dont over use it read your plant. i have used highered nutes and i am not convinced.

    remember its a weed
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    college413

    college413 Active Member

    i use an hps light, just 150 watts but im only plannin on growin one guy at a time so it will be enough light
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    rolla8

    rolla8 Well-Known Member

    Despite popular belief, Cannabis Sativa is NOT a weed. Here's the definition of the word 'weed' from Merriam-Webster:

    a plant that is not valued where it is growing and is usually of vigorous growth ; especially : one that tends to overgrow or choke out more desirable plants

    Marijuana does not fit the definition.
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    xunepxaxo

    xunepxaxo Member

    Think about that twice.Have you seen any outdoor sativa or indica outgrown by weed?I don't think so.Marijuana as general definitely fits the description you've quoted.
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    deflator

    deflator Active Member

    Exactly...nothing outgrows hemp!

    Oh and OP, you can make a plant grow with any product, as long as you keep everything in balance. And a 1-3-1 is not what you want to be feeding...try 1-3-2 for mid-late flowering.
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    The All Day Toker

    The All Day Toker Member

    I'll let ya know what it does for me...I'm using Ionic Bloom and Boost in my DWC now...!!

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