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espoma organic grow for weed

Espoma organic grow for weed

why both flower tone and tomato tone. well maybe its all in my head idk but lookin back when I first tried the flower tone alone I would lack in calcium and potassium mainly, towards the last half of flowering and when I used the tomato tone alone I got extreme growth which wouldn’t have been bad thing if I had more head room for thme to grow taller or even at leats more width to either lst more or even a scrog. but the tomato tone solved my calcium issues as it has more calcium and more potassium than the flower tone. and for some reason even tho the "P" levels in either the flower tone or tomato tone are same I still seemed to get a better phosphurour supply it seemed more avauil to the plants when usin it so one day I decided to do half an half and it went smooth without a hitch. only thing im tryin to work out is the dang salty flavor taste to end product is all.
also wondered botu the calmag supplement I use with my RO water. I used to use botanicare calmag but no matter wat I did I just had absolute problems wit their calmag for some reason a while back and I trid the calimagic and problems went away. problems wit botanicares calmag was PPM and dosages not addin up like the concentration was never the same bottle to bottle. and I did notice the calimagic used calcim carbonate vs calcium nitrate as in botanicares calmag. no idea if the cal carbonate leaves any negatiuve effect on taste personally tho.

also, which scotts potting soil are you using? if it’s not an organic potting soil, then your going to have a lot of trouble trying to build up a strong food web for your soil.

Shortbus beat me to it–if you are using organic nutes, you need to start with organic soil. None of that pre-nuted stuff.

For those that don’t know, perlite and vermiculite are not the same and not interchangeable. Perlite is added to break up dense soil and to help keep the soil aerated and help it drain well. Vermiculite holds water, which is why if you cut down on the perlite and add more vermiculite you water less.


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For those that don’t know, perlite and vermiculite are not the same and not interchangeable. Perlite is added to break up dense soil and to help keep the soil aerated and help it drain well. Vermiculite holds water, which is why if you cut down on the perlite and add more vermiculite you water less.

did you mix the the veg food globally with the soil?
if so how much?
did you give it time to "cook" first?
if not, then depending on how much you added you will have to wait anywhere from 4-6 weeks from seed to be able to transplant, and put that soil to use. otherwise you will burn up those babies very quickly.

The Hemp Goddess

I have only grown organically a few seasons, but I have not noticed a salty taste with my bud.

have u used the espoma then too, THG? or u usin a totally diff organic mix of sorts? what the application rate u use if usin espoma or whatever.
im thinkin I need to play a lil more wit the espoma dosages more sometime maybe.

Soils that contain three parts peat moss, three parts compost, 1-part wet vermiculite, and two parts wet perlite are the best potting soils for growing your auto-flowering Pot. So be sure to check for these ingredients in the potting soils of your choice.

Examine the color of the potting soil to tell whether it is good for your Pot or not. The best soil for weed should be dark, given its rich nutrient content contrary to the pale, crumbly sandy soil. Remember that the right moisture is key to a healthy marijuana plant and so the pale sandy soil could mean it is deprived off moisture.

Exceeded sand soil quantities lead to poor moisture retention and excessive drainage and exceeded amounts of silt leads to poor drainage and aeration. All this will lead to weak or even stunted growth of your marijuana plant, which will affect your yields. So, as you select the best potting mix, be sure to check whether the soil is rich in organic matter.

There are two types of cannabis plants classified under how they flower: the Auto-flowering plants and the photoperiod cannabis plants. The latter depends on light to trigger its flowering stage while the previous one reaches its flowering stage automatically. The Auto-flowering plants thrive under light, low nutrient level, and airy soils. This automatically means that you go for the lighter soils if you have to get the best results.

What Color is Your Potting Soil?

Before you purchase potting soil, one of the most important factors you need to consider is the ingredients of the potting mix for Marijuana growth. Though the market may be flooded with a variety of options, having a glimpse of the right ingredients for your weed to flourish will lead you into getting the best potting soil.

The best soil for weed is that whose composition includes living organisms, minerals, water, organic material, and also air. All these ingredients form the soil composition making it ideal for plant growth. Organic composition in the soil help strengthen the cannabis plants while the minerals play a vital role in enhancing the proper growth while providing the soil with chlorophyll, water, and proteins. Crops need air much like every living organism.

Some of the best ingredients that are crucial for the flourishing of your weed include Bat Guano, Coco Coir, Pumice, Perlite, Fishmeal, Compost, Plant Food, Worm Castings, Glacier Rock Dust, Vermiculite, Sandy Loam Kelp, Peat Moss, Dolomite Lime, Mycorrhizae. Don’t expect that all soils will come with all these ingredients present in them. Though some will come will all of them, most of the potting soils will come with different ingredients. These soils will normally be used direct from the bag with some being used for starters and others for bloom and veg. for others, you may be required first to grow your plants in the original soil and after that sprouting, transfer them to the potting mix in the container. Most of these soils are versatile and can be used in the greenhouse, pots, containers, and even in hydroponics.

Is the Soil pH of Your Potting Soil Correct?

Whether its oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, or even water vapor, they all contribute towards the health of your Pot. Water and microorganisms in the soil also contribute towards the great health of the cannabis plants.

For the cannabis plants to flourish, most of the potting soils need to be enhanced with supplements. Most of these potted soils only support the plants during their early days of the growing period after which they become depleted. Beyond this point, it becomes imperative to add supplements to the soil to enhance the existing nutrients for the benefit of your Marijuana. Be it organic matter or whichever other ingredients your preferred soil lacks, you can always top-up.