OK so here I am again pimping my cause, politiking as it where....
No sweat man, sry for the delay. This is not a foliar recipe but rather a feeding to the roots you water with full strength.
To me earth worm castings and a light amount of molasses bubbled is like a strong bacterial tea and a light fertilizing, you can water every time with this mix.
Here's the deal, usually organic gardeners premix fertilizers like blood meal, kelp meal, bone meal, EWcastings, dolomite lime (@ 2tbs /gallon to balance ph and add calcium and magnesium to your mix) and a TON of other things to enrich their soil and exploit the soil bacteriums potential.
The tea you make feed the bacteria that eat these ammendments and "excrete" the fertilizer in a form that can be absorbed by the roots.
MJ is nute somewhat nute hungry and guanos help the amendments out as the get exhausted over a certain periode.
Late in flowering they will need a boost in Phosphorus, this is where high P guanos comes in, you add this guano to your tea in the later part of flowering.
If you don't use ammendments in your soil they must be fed to your plants in a liquid form like EWC teas plus guano or a plain guano tea, if this is how you want to go is suggest checking out a bottled fert like PureBlend grow and bloom.
I prefer to ammend the mix and make a flowering mix before transplanting before cutting back light to 12/12, this mix will be higher in P but will also contain some nitrogen to keep them green (blood and bonemeal).
There are no rules here, if you understand the basics with time you will find a recipe you like.
This is the type of things I haven't found just floating around and I've had 2 pm's from peeps i don't know asking abouth things I consider the basics.
This is my debotched way of explain it and of course the scientific are pissing themselves right now
but crude is as crude does, I agree the thread and SOME info is there but there are no stickies making basics easy to reference and find.
The sticky by 3lb on molasses, managing water sources naturally, soil mixes of the water only type, these are all types of threads that deserve their own home.
There is nothing in this for me but wanting to encourage newcomers to consider the value of organic growing with likeminded posts and threads dealing with organic approaches to problems.
Please.....free the beneficial bacteria.