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So I finally have my rotation down to a pretty good science. I've tried a number of things over the years, and I find what I like best is the H&G lineup I have and straight coir, or coir with perilite.
That said, I have my plants on a bi-weekly rotation. Meaning each one is 2 weeks older/younger than the one next to it.
I realize the purpose of having H&G is the ultra fine-tuned weekly schedules, but it's just not practical to have something like 10 different gallons of nutes to mix up to accommodate.
I've found that Week 2 on their recommended schedule for vegetation works just fine throughout veg. I don't do foliar at all, and no roots excel or either of the shooters during flower either.
So I'd ideally like to mix up 2 batches for flower. One early, one late. Based on this, which 2 weeks from flower would you recommend as a consistent feed? I'd say 3 and 6, but then I don't get to use Bud XL. Will feeding Bud XL on a more regular basis hurt finishing girls? That product page makes it look like it'd be OK, but the schedule only says week 5?