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    #827557 - 07/21/17 07:28 PM (25 days, 13 hours ago)

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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: HawkeyePierce]
    #827560 - 07/22/17 12:01 AM (25 days, 9 hours ago)

I would go the organics route if you're concerned about nute burn.  Top dress with kelp and alfalfa and a good mulch layer.  Give them some room to stretch their legs.  You want to boost their growth as much as you can early on, so foliar sprays (kelp/aloe/yucca) and teas should be applied regularly.

If you really want to do bottled nutes, I'd check out the Nectar line.  It's more organic than most, and the sample kit is lit.  If you like it you can learn how to make your own, the Herculean Harvest is just fermented bone meal.  And I wouldn't be concerned about burning them with this stuff, regular doses as per the feeding chart are fine.


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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: yoosername]
    #827562 - 07/22/17 12:22 AM (25 days, 8 hours ago)

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I would go the organics route if you're concerned about nute burn.  Top dress with kelp and alfalfa and a good mulch layer.  Give them some room to stretch their legs.  You want to boost their growth as much as you can early on, so foliar sprays (kelp/aloe/yucca) and teas should be applied regularly.

If you really want to do bottled nutes, I'd check out the Nectar line.  It's more organic than most, and the sample kit is lit.  If you like it you can learn how to make your own, the Herculean Harvest is just fermented bone meal.  And I wouldn't be concerned about burning them with this stuff, regular doses as per the feeding chart are fine.




Thanks, I will look into it, but with the FF Ocean Forest soil and only one late dose of nutes, I was very surprised with the trichome/resin production in the plants.

I'm just looking for a way to increase yield. The bud is very frosty for hardly ever having nutes.


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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: HawkeyePierce]
    #827566 - 07/22/17 10:42 AM (24 days, 22 hours ago)

If you are worried about yield, grow some strains that aren't auto flower and veg them a while longer for bigger plants, hence more bud..

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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: ashfiken]
    #827570 - 07/22/17 12:26 PM (24 days, 20 hours ago)

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If you are worried about yield, grow some strains that aren't auto flower and veg them a while longer for bigger plants, hence more bud..

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This I know, but I have also seen autos yield alot more than mine did.


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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: HawkeyePierce]
    #827576 - 07/22/17 06:00 PM (24 days, 15 hours ago)

That's prob attributed to the different genetic makeup/strains that went into the creation of the auto strain concerned. But if u want more/bigger/better bud u need to get more phosphorous to the plant and there are a number of pk bud boosters on the market. I think ff makes one, canna has one (pk 13/14 or something)
Most nute lines have a bud booster. If you desire you could supplement with organic amendments to do the same thing. Slightly more to it in an organic setup where one is "unlocking" the natural occurring elements via microbes turning them into usable products for teh plant. Whereas a bottled nute would give you access to the phosphorous more directly (given the ph being in right range)

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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: ashfiken]
    #827581 - 07/22/17 09:38 PM (24 days, 11 hours ago)

If you want better yields you have a few options; larger pots/beds, higher plant numbers, LST, regular feedings, or co2 supplementation.  IME the amount of soil you give an auto determines it's size, let that taproot run deep and they should easily pass the 1m mark.


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Re: Nutrient levels for auto flowering strains [Re: yoosername]
    #827582 - 07/22/17 09:51 PM (24 days, 11 hours ago)

Thanks guys! :smile:


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