[QUOTE=sir grow alot;2303260]Whats up BT! Looking real nice brotha!!:high-five:
I have kept quite a few smaller plants "mother palnts" in the HB mix. I have a few clones I never did anything with in 1 gal plastic pots ans some in 3 gal fabric pots.
each 1 gal gets about 1000ml water/feed, so I give 2ml drench and and .75ml tea for each 1000ml I feed. so if im feeding the 3 gal pot with 2000ml or 1/2gal water I add 4ml drench and 1.5ml tea ect.
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1637241][B]Watering Technique for Vegetative Growth[/B]
Vegetative growth is all about preparing the plant to bloom. Isn't that what it's all about, the bloom? Who cares how nice they look in veg....we want the finished product, period.
Having said that, the single most important thing to achieve prior to blooming is a robust, very large root system. I want a gallon sized rootball, nearly rootbound, when I transplant and bloom. Here's how I do
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;2016887]New Instructions: March 2014
The End User will need the following:
3.8 cu ft bale of ProMix HP myco, or Sunshine #4 or Promix BX myco. Perlite can be added to the BX in order increase porosity for indoor growing.
20-40 pounds of organic worm castings that show an NPK of zero K. (1-1-0)
A proper growing environment, basic gardening skills, [U][B]7 gallon
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1637313][QUOTE=gittergreen;1637270]Doc, That's almost exactly how I watered mine in veg and bloom for that matter but I noticed some of them now in bloom are still on the heavy side after 7 days they are not quite as big either. The only thing I can think of is when I was transplanting them I was in a major
hurry and forgot to add the mycorizae to the root ball on some of them.(probably why they are a smidge smaller huh?) Should I treat them differently than the others and
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1635628][QUOTE=gittergreen;1635572]I notice you leave a lot of leaves on your clones and do not trim the tips like most (me) I have tried it that way on a few and they were the one's that didn't make it. I have read in a couple of grow bibles that trimming the tips let's the plant concentrate on growing roots and not so much keeping the leaves up. I know you can't tell me why my clones failed that were not trimmed without all the details but what are your thoughts on this? To trim
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1672515]Hello everyone!
My last journal was getting too long, so we'll switch over to a new one. What I'm doing on this journal is showing what I'm doing and what I'm learning and experimenting with in my garden. High Brix is where all the action is and that's what I'm all about. This is also an open forum for questions on high brix. I'll try my best to answer them as clearly as possible.
[B]Disclaimer: If someone joins of page 18 or other random
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;2015952][QUOTE=medmanmike;2015634]Doc, With my newbie hat on, some ?? about the instructions. I hate to admit this, but I continue to struggle with understanding your instructions. (can't wait for the new ones :-) Example. Step Three: Vegetatative Growth. it states" "1) .5oz of E or T in one Gal of water. 2) 2ml of Tea." Further down with two red ** it says, "1 oz of T and 2ml of Tea per gallon of water are used on alternate feedings....." (T water,
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;2009722][QUOTE=BlazinThat;2009714]Hey Doc, So since we are on the subject of soil and ph, i noticed that roots doesnt add anything for a buffer which is fine for me since im making my own soil. My question is do i even need to add dolomite lime if im using the 6/5/3? i assume the calcium acts as a buffer itself but i dont know how much.[/QUOTE]
Good question, bro. It's been awhile since I went over that stuff.
The 6/5/3 is basically "Hillbilly High
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1995095][QUOTE=medmanmike;1995062]Doc, quick question re the Instructions in your Sig. It states" "If germinating seeds, make the hole and apply Root Zone and deposit seed AFTER watering in step 5. water each cutting/seed with 1 pint of Transplant Water. Recipe for Transplant Water: 1 oz “Transplant” per 1 gallon of water. After wetting the soil with regular water, finish watering with Transplant Water, 1 pint per pot."
For the life of me I cannot
[QUOTE=Doc Bud;1994877][QUOTE=1dube57;1994845]Mornin doc, thanks for the quick responce to my order
, I appreciate that. Doc i'm curious, I was wondering why energy was'nt used in the begining of the bloom, but is used after the cat drench till the end?[/QUOTE]
Well, you could use ONLY energy the entire time if you wanted. I did that on the first two grows with the kit. However, we can enhance things a bit by getting creative with soil energy.
Energy, or Growth
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