Greenleaf Nutrients and MEGA CROP happy to be on RIU!

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    booms111

    booms111 Well-Known Member

    the nutrient sticks to everything and builds up throwing off the amount in the spoon, with the ice cream style scooper with the blade that cleans the spoon out makes the spoon need cleaned less is all really. regular teaspoon is fine just got to clean it more often to keep accurate.
     
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    reallybigjesusfreak

    reallybigjesusfreak Well-Known Member

    Gotcha. I just got mine yesterday and it was all in little pellets, didnt seem to stick to anything at all. Maybe I need to crush it up? or no?
     
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    booms111

    booms111 Well-Known Member

    no dont crush it up thats how its suppose to be but dont let the pellets separate from powder you want a mix of both. I pull out around 1/2 pound out of my 22lb bag and put in a glass container that is completely air proof to keep it dry and take out of that. Ive used a plastic container that the entire nutrient "melted" into sludge but the glass container is doing much better. Im perpetual so every plant is different feeding so im scooping a few tsp everyday and just the humidity at 50% makes the nutrient start get sticky and build up on the spoons.
     
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    GreenleafNutrients

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member

    https://greenleafnutrients.com/feeding-chart/


    We have EC measurement on the feeding chart now. You can multiple EC by 700 to get your 700scale PPM measurement
    https://greenleafnutrients.com/feeding-chart/


    Yeah, 1 tsp might be a bit small to get consistent doses. We might up it to TBSP measurement or something bigger, so you are much more likely to get an "even" scoop mix.

    Yeah, the chart is just a suggestion. If you have it dialed in with PPM only, that is fine and works probably quicker.
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    4 of 5 BT have popped fed them some MC SC and the race is on [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    ParkerD

    ParkerD Member

    Slightly confused on this? The only time I flush is when I’m using synthetics, I don’t flush when using AACT or super soil. I heard MC is waiting on it’s OMRI certificate, does this mean it’s 100% organic? If that’s the case I wouldn’t worry about flushing, maybe a good 1 week flush to be safe.
     
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    GreenleafNutrients

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member

    we aren't waiting for OMRI, its hybrid mix of synthetic organic. I think the issue is a lot of people have misinformation about flushing or when/if they should or need to do it.
     
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    socaljoe

    socaljoe Well-Known Member

    Outdoor coco coir garden is chugging right along. MC @ 4g/gal and Cal-mag @ 1g/gal.

    Cucumbers are right around 6 weeks old from sprout. Tomatoes were nursed back to health from Death's door.

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    Tomatoes when I received them on May 31
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    And today

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    Dave455

    Dave455 Well-Known Member

    So what about flushing ? last week or none at all ?
     
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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    Here we go. A few more replies of myths and anecdotal evidence.
     
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    HydoDan

    HydoDan Well-Known Member

    I don't flush but I cut nutes and use water only the last two weeks.. I just don't see the need to flush with copious amounts of water.. There will be more opinions I'm sure..
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    BT x GWK :woohoo:[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    GreenleafNutrients

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member

    So basically, with flushing, I don't think it has anything to do with the fertilizer/nutrients/brand, its more of a growers choice if they want to flush or not. So, you can make the decision to do so based on your best evidence.

    If anyone can forward us some super hard evidence that flushing is required, or that it is not required, we are fairly agnostic for the whole process and just let the grower make the best decision.
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    When I put a toilet in my grow room then I'll start flushing LMAO. I've ran 2 runs with MC and additives and feed up to 3 days b4 harvest using a reduced amount of MC keeping the Sweet Candy @ 100%, I use Sweet Candy from day 1 till harvest
     
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    augusto1

    augusto1 Well-Known Member

    Thank you for taking the time to unswer my question.

    are you feeding them with every watering or how frequency?

    Thanks In Advance.
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member



    I'm in soil so I feed them 2.5 once per week . Like I said I started at 1grm about a month after they broke the surface. Then I went 2 and I've stopped at feeding 2.5 once every 7 days. They are actually growing faster than expected. I've got 8 strains I'm tearing it on in one of my green houses.

    Doing awesome no complaints.
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Live from Dabberville really liking what I'm seeing from these Bubba Trouble from @magic Here's my 5 gals 1 day to 3 days old [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    The BT x GWK are also looking good. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    pop22

    pop22 Well-Known Member

    Actually, science disproves the concept of "final flush", its just an old, hippie myth. NOTHING you put into your plant can be removed, first of all. Second, when you starve your plant, and that's all your doing, where do you think all that FOOD goes?? To the buds! Why do the buds look sogreen and healthy even after a 2 week "flush"? Its because they are packed full of nutes!

    And though I think I asked this here before, WHAT exactly do you think your flushing from the plant? the crap you read online from the so called experts say its to get those "nasty chemicals" out. And that's most people stock answer. So my question is, WHAT "chemicals"? Name them!

    A excellent science based answer can be found in Read Spear's book: Marijuana Cultivation Reconsidered. Its only a very basic touch on the science of how plants take in and transport nutrients. For anyone who's never really looked into this, I high;y recommend this book. Its probably one of the best, and the ONLY cannabis book that despises garden myths!Popping and sparking is cause by too much magnesium in your buds. BULLSHIT

    Hey! while on the subject of myths, lets kick two more to the curb.

    Popping and sparking is cause by too much magnesium in your buds. BULLSHIT! First, I want to see you light a 60ppm pile of Mg on fire......... Secondly, if there were truly enough Mg in your buds to cause sparks, it would also be enough to burn your face of about three seconds after you lit it.

    Popping and sparking is caused by dead critters in your bud, mites, etc. Unless you own a cleanroom, you have them. When you light up, the heat instantly boils their internal fluids causing them to explode. a random seed will do it also, but 99% will be tiny insects.

    Black ash when you burn weed is cause by high sugar content in your bud. A good cure will fix that. It has nothing to do with nutrients.

    I wish someone would write a cannabis garden myth book, and lay all the crap to rest! Question everything, then go look for answers!




     
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    Sirtwistsalot

    Sirtwistsalot Well-Known Member

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