Hey GG, I didn't mean to step on your toes man. You posted your reply while I was typing mine. I didn't see ya until I re-read the entire thread.GanjaGuru said:miracle grow is bottom-of-the-barrel stuff, esp. for indoors.
I recommend something good, like Fox Farms.
miracle is a harsh chem. nutrient. Use at no stronger than 3/4 strength recommended on the package, but for seedlings use ot 1/3 strength.
You'll grow more, better pot by getting your nutrients at a grow shop.
I didn't know this. I start out with blood and bone meal. 1 teaspoon. Is this not recommended either?Stoney Bud said:When the plants have less than FIVE leaves on them, don't use any ferts. It's really not needed and can kill the plant easily.
I'm surmizing you mean Superbloom.smokey said:Just while everyone is talking about nutrients any thoughts on SupperBlom? Just curious.
Hum. I just transplanted my prized plant (the best crop out of 6) and added more bloodm about 10 min. ago. I didn't measure, I just grabbed some with my fingers. I hope I don't fry it...My husband would KILL me. I accidently f*ed up one plant when I tore a root, but it was about to die anyways. I will let you know how the big-un is by tomorrow. We'll see.Mutt said:Just be careful with blood meal. I read it can fry a plant quick if you add a little too much to the soil.
Edit: I am not an organic grower by no means. but I do read a lot of people using an organic "tea mixture" or something that has seeped for a while. I am too lazy for pure organic. thought someone else would have a recipe or something.