i don't want to burn my plants, pleaz reply

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Jan 31, 2005
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when vegging whats considered too much fertilizer and whats not.
That's a difficult question Tallslim. I don't what tpe of fertilizer you use but we use special fertilizer for marijuana plants from the speciality shops here in Holland. It's written on the package how much you need to give to your plants.
dilute the shit and feed 1 time a week when vegging your plant needs a lot of phosphorous 20-20-20 should do its mericle grow pro select all purpose water soulble plant food or mericle grow patio food
i read that plants need fertilizers containing high nitrogen (2-1-1 : N-P-K) during the vegative growth stage and high phosphorous during the flowering stage...

this seems to be right coz i have a fertilizer that came in 2 seperate bottles, pt. A & B, pt. A has a relatively higher nitrogen content and pt. B has more phosphorus...

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You're right about that Grrenbandit.

The easiest way to tell if your at your maximum nutrient level, is to look at the leaf tips. When the leaf TIPS start to turn brown, and 'burn', thats your maximum food level, back it off a lttle bit from their. It's trial and error, once you find out what the maximum is, always use that, for that strain.
correct- NPK Ratios>> start seeds at 10:10:10, then 3 weeks into it, go to 20:10:10, then once calyx develops switch to 10:20:10.
I personally use Fox Farms Grow Big for veg & Bat Guano for flowering.
My plants love it. Once in a while I treat them with a little Fulvic Acid which helps in good root development.

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