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HELP!! Best Flowering Nutrients

Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by bubadutep75, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. bubadutep75

    bubadutep75 Registered+

    I know that plants need more phosphorus during flowering but does anyone know the best thing to add to produce the most bud?

    I am using the fox farm trio and following the schedule.
     
  2. neceros

    neceros Registered+

    Buds need phosphorus and potasium for big buds, yes. Fox Farms is pretty popular, and I'm sure it works well. I've only heard one problem that they have a bunch of additives they make you buy.

    Otherwise, I just use a good organic 20-20-20 for veg, and then move to a bloomer. Advanced Nutrients has some pretty good stuff, too.

    Give nutrients at 1/2 suggested to start with. You have to ease your plants onto it.
     
  3. natrensland

    natrensland Registered+

    beastie bloomz give it a try
     
  4. Rusty Trichome

    Rusty Trichome Registered+

    Not sure what neceros is talking about, unless it's the soluables, which are unnecessary and are a bad idea for beginners.

    The Fox Farm trio, plus some molasses in flower, and you should be good to go for the entire grow.
     
  5. bubadutep75

    bubadutep75 Registered+

    Thanks

    Thanks for the replies guys,

    natrensland: I have thought about using that but it is expensive and I am sure there is something else to use thats comparable and cheaper.

    Rusty: I have heard of using mollasus but I havent heard about flour. How much of each do you use and do you just add it to water, If so how much.

    What about bat guano, grow big already has it in there, but I heard it is really high in phosphorus so it may give those big number like beastie bloomz.

    I would like to try the molassus if you can give me the instructions.

    Thanks.:stoned:
     
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2010
  6. stra8outtaWeed

    stra8outtaWeed Registered+

    flower...not flour :thumbsup:

    leave the white stuff in the kitchen :D
     
  7. neceros

    neceros Registered+

    I mean Jack's Classic 20-20-20 works well. Also Sensi Grow A & B work well. Fox Farms works well, but you have to buy multiple nutrients to equal the same amount of nutes that others give you all at once.
     
  8. Ocotillo

    Ocotillo Registered+

    flour is not the same as flower.

    It sounds like you're making waffles and/or pancakes! :eat:

    I'm sure what Rusty is saying is to add about a tablespoon or so of pure molasses to a gallon of water and add it to plants that are in their flowering stage of growth. :thumbsup:

     
  9. Rusty Trichome

    Rusty Trichome Registered+

    Close. 1 teaspoon per gallon per week, in flower. :thumbsup:
     
  10. bubadutep75

    bubadutep75 Registered+

    lol, sorry I didnt think flour sounded right but I didn't know. I am going to try the mollasus thanks for the tip. :thumbsup:
     
  11. sammy3670

    sammy3670 Registered

    lol,the 1st time i read this thread i wondered the same thing.i read other threads though and seen where rusty gave the recipe.im gonna try it also but when do you know when to start it.im in preflower now.just started using shultz 10-15-10.its the concentrate,is that enough?im gonna post a pic of my girl as soon as i confirm it.GL to all and thnx for the knowledge,a little research can save ya years of frustration.
     
  12. cdouglas869

    cdouglas869 Banned

    Bloombastic

    I was so impressed with bloombastic I switched all my nutrients over to B'cuzz the same company that makes Bloombastic. It's the first time I've seen a grow product do what it say's it's going to do. If you google Ask Erwin with Atami they might just give you a sample of Bloombastic. That's how I started using it. You can't complain about prices when the stuff works that good. More weight, More resin. It's really good stuff.
     
  13. bubadutep75

    bubadutep75 Registered+

    I have heard of boombastic in high times, thanks, I will look into it, right now I am trying molassus and i got a plant budding powder thats 3-42-11
     

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