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Hey @FerretWrangler :)
Blue print looks great, that's going to be a really nice sized screen :cool:
The shopping list sounds awesome, with the powdered amendments it's best to top dress and water as normal as much of that isn't very soluble and takes time to break down and become available :)
If you have an old fish pump lying around you could get some molasses too (unsulphured) and look into making a compost tea or two ;)
 

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Hey @FerretWrangler :)
Blue print looks great, that's going to be a really nice sized screen :cool:
The shopping list sounds awesome, with the powdered amendments it's best to top dress and water as normal as much of that isn't very soluble and takes time to break down and become available :)
If you have an old fish pump lying around you could get some molasses too (unsulphured) and look into making a compost tea or two ;)
I was hoping you'd tell me if I should top dress, I'm new to dry nutes :D I've looked into tea but I don't really have the budget for it right now. If they do have unsulphered molasses I'll get some just for the sugars and amino acids. I've heard if you use a small amount in your water in the last couple weeks of flower she'll get bigger and sweeter.
 

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Yes definitely best to top dress my friend :)
Tea can be cheap, you just need an inexpensive aquarium pump some molasses to feed the bacteria and some fresh compost or vermi compost as a starter. You can also go further and add things to that like kelp or guano ;)
Did you get a chance to get started on the scrog screen yet? Can't wait to see that filled with shoots :heart_eyes:
 

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Yes definitely best to top dress my friend :)
Tea can be cheap, you just need an inexpensive aquarium pump some molasses to feed the bacteria and some fresh compost or vermi compost as a starter. You can also go further and add things to that like kelp or guano ;)
Did you get a chance to get started on the scrog screen yet? Can't wait to see that filled with shoots :heart_eyes:
We got rained out so I'm hoping tomorrow I can start :)
 
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