I'm not calling confusing, maybe a slight 'money grab'.The Fox Farms Feeding Schedule can be a bit on the confusing side of things. ...
The 'Cha Ching' is part of another trio that is intended to be used from just before switching over to flowering up the the end. But each of those three is used by itself for the weeks listed. We are not supposed to select two and use both in the same week.
Aside from the debate if high P content is even needed during flowering, does anyone really believe all the variation in the NPK numbers that all the various FF 'additives' have, do something that is noticeable?
I'm watching the 'No Bloom Nutes' threads and other outside content on this subject.
Do commercial growers use these boutique products? ( Do they laugh at forums like this?)
Do they do 'Droughting' or '36 hrs no light before harvest'?
Do they use Pest Control like SNS 209? I just got a bottle to handle mites/aphids on some indoor chives.
The bottle says: Active Ingredient: Rosemary - - 10.23%. (Not Rosemary oil or extract)
Here's a pic of a big Rosemary plant I bring in every winter. The chive pot was sitting at it's base.
I have pests on my Rosemary. But I sprayed it with SNS 209,, because I have to use this stuff up somewhere. ( sorry for yet another out of focus picture...)