Canna is madenin WA.. ibhave seen it in stores.. got some growlush nutes coming.. anyone had experience with them?
I've been doing the feed then water cycle too. But for some reason around 3 weeks into flower things go downhill fast. It's happened on three different potted plants (I've had 2 in the ground and they never had problems, only the potted ones did). All happy and healthy looking and growing awsomely then around 3 weeks into flower they get a feed with the same amount as previous and bam within a few hours they're almost dead. Possible ph imbalance (I've since got a ph reader), but more likely a salt buildup from non-organic veg nutes. There ends up being a lot of white stuff (salt?) built up around the bottom of the pot. Have since got something to flush but I'd prefer to eliminate the cause of the problem (which seems to be non-organic veg nutes).I feed on one day. Next feed i use plain phd water. Then feed then water. If i notice problems i flush immediately.
I'm aware of the more nitrogen during veg (currently using Miracle Gro) and needs more P and K during flower. I've been doing that just fine. The problem is a salt or ph imbalance which seems to be caused by the non-organic nutes (produces chelating salts) which kills the plant, which is why I asked if anyone knew of any good organic nutes, not how much N-P-K to use during which phase of growth.I have a worm farm. And i use worm wee as organic fert. Plants love it. Feed worms high nitrigen scrapps during grow. And feed more phosphorus and flowering needs for flower. Thats how i do it.
I'm aware plants need run off and shouldn't let them sit in water, which is why I said you are "supposed to water with 10-20% runoff, but not supposed to leave pots sitting in a saucer full of water." I'm also aware water needs to drain out, which is why I asked "How does peoples remove their excess water after feeding time?"Plants need to run off and i dont advise it sitting on its saucer. Water needs to drain out my friend
grow n steady wins the race