sulphured molasses is a product of green (or unripe if u will) sugar cane that has been subjected to sulphur fumes (sulphur dioxide), which acts as a preservative, is added during the sugar extraction process. Sulphured molasses lacks the vitamins and minerals that blackstrap contains. Blackstrap molasses is an awesome source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and iron. Too much sulphur causes sodium buildup which we all know is a bad thing for our fav goilz.
I'd say give the girls a good pure watering for a cpl then get unsulphered molasses...jmo.
p.s. (Brer Rabbit) Unsulphered Blackstrap Molasses is only like @3.00 a bottle and is available at literally any grocery store, baking aisle.
hahahaha---i have been very fortunate getting great advice from those i respect here and realize i do not need to learn from my own mistakes---there are sooo many others here that have walked this path before---that is what this is all about---ain't happenen no way no how that i am gonna jeapordize my crop by acting in such a reckless disregard of those in the know without some professional consultation first---hanging my first vertical light tonight:woohoo: :woohoo: