Help with powdered nutrients for outdoor grow ?

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Wolfguts666

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Wanting to supplement my outdoor plant with powdered nutrients. Any suggestions as to the best brands? $$$ ain't no thing, just looking for the best. Thanks!!!
 
LexLuthor

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There are many options to choose from. Do you want an all purpose fertilizer that you apply once or twice a month? Or do you want to mix your own super soil with a bunch of different amendments?
 
Whiskydrunk420

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Wanting to supplement my outdoor plant with powdered nutrients. Any suggestions as to the best brands? $$$ ain't no thing, just looking for the best. Thanks!!!
I'm a huge fan of earth dust by green sunshine company. It's a little boring but awesome stuff
 
Bbonez

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I'm using HGV this run and I'm happy with the results thus far.

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Arkos

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Mega crop would probably do well outdoors, has all the plants need in 1 bag or 2 if you go 2 part...
 
Aqua Man

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Imo outdoors go slow release or organic. If you go synthetic your going to have to feed after every rainfall.

I can't help ya on the mix but if I was you I'd look around for a good organic mix or just use slow release ferts like Gaia 4 4 4
 
Wolfguts666

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There are many options to choose from. Do you want an all purpose fertilizer that you apply once or twice a month? Or do you want to mix your own super soil with a bunch of different amendments?
Well this is how I've been doing it for years pretty well; I take last years dirt and add 1 bag happy frog, 6 whole trout composted in leaf litter, lightly pasteurized guano, little extra perlite, couple cups of worm casting from wormfarm, and alfalfa pellets or rabbit poop pretty much the same thing cause of their diet. then I mix it up and leave it covered in the woods turn it once a week from March till a couple weeks from now when I plant. Start seeds with inoculation of stroparia rugoso annulata and use the whiteshark mycorhizal fungi which seems to also coexist fine with the stropharia. Grow in 10-20 gallon smart pots and some in ground. I have a buddy who does it similar, but he finishes with nutrients but not organic ones. so I'm thinking an organic nutrient for flowers just use once or twice month if you have any suggestions for that.. My buds are very dank, but could be danker, ya know? Thanks for listening and replying!!
 
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Roots thick with S. Rugoso Annulata. They seem to really like each other. Picked up the tip from Swami himself.
 
Wolfguts666

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Thanks to all for your suggestions!! This community has always been very helpful.
 
Grapefruitroop

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Im using it since a bit more than a year and reccomended Megacrop to a friend o mine down in mendocino, he has a couple of greenhouses...
Hes stoked by the results and the price so bad that with his neighboor they are renting a U Haul headin to san diego to stockpile it....
Those guys are gettin rippd off on a daily by the greentax.....a cheap organic all mix made by manures n meals can cost you seriously like gold!!! 🤣 🤣
 
Aqua Man

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Im using it since a bit more than a year and reccomended Megacrop to a friend o mine down in mendocino, he has a couple of greenhouses...
Hes stoked by the results and the price so bad that with his neighboor they are renting a U Haul headin to san diego to stockpile it....
Those guys are gettin rippd off on a daily by the greentax.....a cheap organic all mix made by manures n meals can cost you seriously like gold!!! 🤣 🤣
I use mega crop as well.. been happy with it... atleast version 1 and the 2 part. I have not tried v2 or v3.

Greenhouse absolutely... plain outdoors exposed to rain. Still would be organic for me or slow release.
 
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Yup! I agree, outdoor is much easier to mix the soil before and then just water all way thru flowering where u can add a lil bit...
I used michael astera mix high brix and was bomb from soilminerals.com !! huge 14 ft trees!!
 
LexLuthor

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Well this is how I've been doing it for years pretty well; I take last years dirt and add 1 bag happy frog, 6 whole trout composted in leaf litter, lightly pasteurized guano, little extra perlite, couple cups of worm casting from wormfarm, and alfalfa pellets or rabbit poop pretty much the same thing cause of their diet. then I mix it up and leave it covered in the woods turn it once a week from March till a couple weeks from now when I plant. Start seeds with inoculation of stroparia rugoso annulata and use the whiteshark mycorhizal fungi which seems to also coexist fine with the stropharia. Grow in 10-20 gallon smart pots and some in ground. I have a buddy who does it similar, but he finishes with nutrients but not organic ones. so I'm thinking an organic nutrient for flowers just use once or twice month if you have any suggestions for that.. My buds are very dank, but could be danker, ya know? Thanks for listening and replying!!


OK, so a slow release fertilizer that needs to be applied every 4-8 weeks. So since you like happy frog, Fox Farm makes a happy frog dry fertilizer, a bunch of different ones. You can go to your local hydroshop if you want something like happy frog. You could also get Dr Earth organic fruit and vegetable fertilizer from Walmart or home depot. It's made with all organic stuff like bone meal, blood meal, etc.

Any one of those should work very similar, I don't think it will make a huge difference since they all get the nutrients from the same amendments anyway. Plus it's slow release, so the plant will absorb what it needs very slowly, so an all purpose (5-5-5-) would work similarly as a tomato and herb (4-6-3) fertilizer. Good luck bro!!
 
middleagedude

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Been using terp tea by Roots Organics for indoor and greenhouse, and outdoor, and am happy with it. Couldn’t be simpler. Top dress or mix in water.
 
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