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Old 10-02-2016, 09:15 PM #11
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I am interested in the maxi just for veg and keeping moms so I think i will grab some to use for a bit.
Maxigrow not maxibloom fro veg and moms. It's what I use and it's great for veg LT.
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Shit I already grabbed the Bloom but they said it had plenty of N for veg I will try it out.
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Shit I already grabbed the Bloom but they said it had plenty of N for veg I will try it out.
You'll be fine.

I use it for hydro-bonsai mums, they grow short and stocky, no 'grow' required.
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Lost Tribe i am a newbie grower and i use the GH Micro and Bloom alone at 8-16 and my last grow i got 2 oz. which doesn't say much, and i didn't know what the hell i was doing but i finally pulled it off after headaches of mass reading and post, this year i am doing 6-9 with better lights, mylar, fans, exhaust, and a more controlled environment.
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How do you use maxigrow for veg?? I mean how much powder per galon?? And do you need to suplement Mg??
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How do you use maxigrow for veg?? I mean how much powder per galon?? And do you need to suplement Mg??
no i use maxigro for veg at 1 tsp per gallon..keeps the plants a lush green.
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How do you use maxigrow for veg?? I mean how much powder per galon?? And do you need to suplement Mg??
There's plenty of Mg in there. I think it could use a bit more calcium.
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There's plenty of Mg in there. I think it could use a bit more calcium.
Ya know, I've been using it for years and I believe you're correct. Though adding "Grow" brings too much of other elements with it, adding calcium nitrate may be just the ticket.

I'm experimenting with adding 100ppm of Cal-Nit from the Jack's company. That's 50ppm of nitrogen and about 56ppm of calcium. I tested it on some soil plants and already like the additional calcium. I haven't noticed the nitrogen being 'too much' yet, but further testing will be needed. heh

Should it work the way I'm expecting, I'll be adding it to both my base Lucas mix and my Maxibloom mums/veg plants. I'm predicting it to be less prone to root rot in late flower, when nutritional needs drop and oil production ramps up.
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