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Some Advice With Biobizz Grow And Bloom

Discussion in 'Nutrients and Fertilizers' started by NoScope209, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. Hey guys,

    I am very new to cannabis growing and have only had experience with one plant that is now half way through flower. I decided I was going to take growing more seriously and have purchased bio bizz grow and bloom. I am going to be growing in 3 gallon pots outdoors with a soil,compost and perlite mix. My question is how often will I have to feed my plants and when will I first feed? Also at what strengths would you suggest? Right now my plants are seedlings in small starter pots. They are bag seed as well. That's all for now:) hope to hear from some of you bio bizz growers
     
  2. JWM2

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    I always start mine at 1/2 strength every other watering then move up the strength as they can handle it. It’s pretty mild stuff so there’s not much you can do to mess it up. I love their entire product line. Works well.

    I’ve tried various other organic nutes with varied success. Once I switched to biobizz I never went back. Age old organics is my next choice. Never had any luck with earth juice. Plus the stuff smelled awful. Good luck either way.
     
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  3. Thanks for your reply! I'm putting quite an investment into these nutrients so I hope I don't mess it up haha. Any idea how long the 1L bottles would last? Like how many plants/grows? Need to decide on how many plants to feed
     
  4. 45North

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    3gal outdoor?
    This late in the season?
    Try an Autoflowering strain.
    Else for a teen clone, go 4or5 gal and not worry about feeding for the first month. Plenty of nutrition in the soil as it should start flowering soon in the northern hemisphere. Then judge what it needs....REMEMBER under feeding will not cause any damage but over feeding can ruin/kill a plant. Start light. And not as often as you would think. If the plant can’t eat it all it just locks up in you soil and creates other problems.
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  5. Buddo

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    Assuming your soil mix (compost blend) is light, follow the scedual to the word, as JWM2 said, it’s pretty forgiving stuff.

    Your water volume should be 0.80gal (US) =3L X the amount of ML from the scedual each feed for a ur pot size.

    Hope that’s clear, good luck.

    Peace

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  6. I am in the southern hemisphere. Cannabis grows really well where I live. I don't live too far from the well known Swazi gold region. I would get an autoflower however my budget just doesn't allow it. I was thinking 3gal pots because feeding would be less? Or am I wrong?
     
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  7. Buddo

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    100ml of each will cover 1 plants life cycle, providing your in 3gal pots,

    (Personally) go for 5gal or 7gal smartpots if you can, your watering & feed volume will increase , but you won’t risk becoming root-bound

    Peace
     
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  8. 45North

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    Insangu!
     
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  9. So turn out the pots I have are actually 5 gallon lol. The bottom of the pot says it's 12" and most of the pots I see online that are 12" Are around 5 gallon. They are plastic pots with a number of holes at the bottom for drainage. How will this effect the amount of nutes I will now use?
     
  10. Once you transplant tour seedlings in your final pots with fresh soil mix, let them go a month (depending on how rich your soil is) on water only so they establish a solid root ball. If they show signs of hunger you can start feeding them earlier but dont think that will happen. Once you introduce your nutes, start at about 1.5-2 ml/l of grow and work your way up to about 4-5 ml/l. I'm assuming they're gonna spend some time in those pots before they start flowering. Once they start flowering start cutting grow back and start adding bloom. Once they're done with the stretch you should be at 1-2 ml/l of grow and 3-4ml/l bloom. You might also get a bottle of topmax for finishing but it's actually not necessary. Considering you're just starting and growing bag seeds, you can't know what your plants feeding needs are so I'd keep it stuoid simple.

    With biobizz you should use tap if it's somehow decent ( i have tap at 7.2-7.4 pH and 280ppm) so you don't have to use any extra Ca or Mg products. I would however get me some Epsom in case your plants show need for more Mg.

    Only 30% of biobizz is readily avaliable to your plants. The other 70% will have to get digested by microherd in your soil first before it gets readily avaliable to your plant. Keep that in mind as you're not gonna be seeing changes over night but it will take anywhere from 3 days to a week. I'm saying this so you don't start panicking in case your plants look hungry at some point, you give them a feed and don't see a change over night then start dumping tons of nutes at them and kill them.
     
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  11. 45North

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    Dagga!
     
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  12. Haha we have some locals here!
     
  13. 45North

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    I’d really like to have some Pure Landrace Sativa seeds of insangu dagga! Enjoy my friend. And good luck.
    This is a 10 gallon cloth pot outside here just starting the flower stretch.( for size comparison of what to expect)
     
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