Foliar Feeding

MrBobMarleyJr

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Hey everyone whats a good additive to add to my spray bottle for my girl while in flower??:D :smoke1:
 

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Mildicide. Just kidding--foliar feeding during flower is a good bet for getting botrytis.
 

WoodyPheonix

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Fresh air would be good!
Seriously, I would not advise spraying once a plant starts flowering, you are asking for mould/budrot!
A friend uses this stuff he encountered in Aussieland http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/BLOOM-FL...Seed_Starting_Hydroponics&hash=item27b81b63cf he claims it has worked wonders for his plants but I am not convinced,,,,,,, yet!

Be careful with foliar feeds, they can inhibit root growth and bring mould problems. JMO W
 

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I have to agree with PH. Once I start flowering I do not spray them.

During veg I spray with worm tea.:)
 

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Ya feed them a glass of Warm Tea or Worm Tea.:D
 
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I also recommend not spraying with anything at all if they are in flower. It is just too easy to get bud rot or mold.
 

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Ditto.....I wld not spray your plants in flower at all with anything.
 

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ferts for the soil, sunlight for the leaves and you can't go wrong ;)
I have foliar fed to correct a deficiency, but I haven't sprayed a plant with anything in over 5yrs.
I see no benefit, and as others say I would worry about mold.
 

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