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  1. ive been looking at the bat guano from the hydroponics store and some kelp meal for the topdress mix , the NPK on the bat guano is amazing (3-13-4) but would like to add some extra potassium with the kelp meal (1-0-4). you reckon a slightly dialed back dose of each bat guano and kelp meal ( like 75% recommended dose ) would do the trick ?
  2. thanks man ! , they seem to have a nice range , ill defiently take a look at them.
  3. Hey guys been a while my outdoor grow is going really really well and need some suggestions ive been using using my mix of seagrow and biogrow biotrissol for these girls , but its becoming quite a nightmare mixing so much nutrients for the 6ft monsters on the left. ive been looking around for some top dressing flowering nutrients (ideally organic). I found the green house biobloom but thats gonna cost an arm and a leg . So has anyone found anything around in SA or a recipe they have made up themselves ? (had to also show off the amazing grapefruit sourz im growing on the right by @Totemic )
  4. I’ve used a tiny drop of honey and water and spread it on the outside of the paper to coat the joint in kief [emoji2369] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. The basic idea is to let your coco soak in the calmag solution for a few hours and then you give it a rinse or two and it’s ready Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I bought one of those 5kg Coco bricks and had to buffer that and it was a royal pain in the arse [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Also confused me at first , just get already buffered coco or buy a calmag sachet from hydroponics.co.Za and use that to buffer the coco , and if your tap water is soft ie a low ppm/ ec add a tiny bit of Epsom salts and calcium nitrate in a ratio of 4:3 and you’re in the clear Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Order my goodies from the High Co and received it the very next day , super chuffed with the quality and will be sparking up a fatty later with some of my new apparel [emoji119][emoji91] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Yeah it is , it’s my favorite hoodie[emoji23], thought the colors would pop like crazy with the flame from the lighter Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Wow , so chuffed , thank you so much guys [emoji119][emoji119], truly grateful [emoji120] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I’m wondering could you, could you spray with the bicarb weekly as a preventative in early stages of flowering ? I spray weekly with neem oil to keep pest at bay , but wondering if I could take a similar approach to combat PM until I can get the correct resources to have the correct environment Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I’m using HID at the moment (400w hps) , the only reason I opted for it was because it was a lot cheaper than going the LED way , I’m planning on switching to a COB setup but that would be quite a stiff investment for a hobby Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. If you’re worried about topping and the stress due to it (which I wouldn’t be ) you can always go with low stress training (it’s very simple) I had a clone gifted to me that I low stress trained , here are some before and after pics This was about a month and a half apart Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Thanks man I’ll have to take a look [emoji1690] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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