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I was just curious if anyone knew a definitive reasoning why everyone recommends using less fert during early flower.
I was thinking maybe because of the whole process of converting from veg to flower but at this time there's usually a growth explosion. Which would tell me more food. I'm not sure and can't find and real proof one way or another.
I go by how the plant responds. My plants usually want as much as I can give em--in pure coco.
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by the time i get into flower i have no nutes left in my soil. i use grow nutes for the first 2-3 weeks for the stretch then switch to bloom nutes. you definitely have to read the plant and not always go by the feed charts