KNF Feed Schedule for Cannabis

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Acronyms:
FAA - Fish Amino Acids
LAB- Lactic Acid Bacteria
SEA - Seawater
FPJ - Fermented Plant Juice
FFJ - Fermented Fruit Juice
WCA - Water Soluble Calcium
WSK - Water Soluble Potasium
WCAP - Water Soluble Calcium Phosphate
OHN - Oriental Herbal Nutrient
BRV - Brown or Regular Rice Vinegar
IMO - Indigenous Micro Organisms

The following is my nutrient feed schedule that Im using at this point in time. As I gain more experience and evolve, some of this might tweak but it’s a solid baseline.

The following measurements are per 1 Gallon of water.

Vegetative Phase:

Base Nutrient: 4ML-OHN, 8ML-FPJ, and 8ML- Rice Vinegar.

Also included: 8 ML-FAA, 8ML- WCA, 4ML-LAB, 1/4 Cup Seawater +Humic Acids

Transition Phase:

Base Nutrient: 4ML-OHN, 8ML-FPJ, and 8ML- Rice Vinegar.

Also Includes: 4ML- FAA, 4ML- WCA, 4ML WCAP, 1/4 cup Seawater +Humic Acids


Early Flower

Base Nutrient: 4ML-OHN, 8ML-FPJ, and 8ML- Rice Vinegar.

Also Includes: 4ML- FAA, 8ML WCAP, 4 ML- WSK, 4ML FFJ and 1/4 cup Seawater



Late Flower

Base Nutrient: 4ML-OHN, 8ML-FPJ, and 8ML- Rice Vinegar.

Also Includes: 4ML-WCAP, 4 ML- WSK, 4ML- WCA, 8ML FFJ and 1/2cup Seawater

These nutrient cocktails can be fed through foliar or root drench. So I’m usually foliar feeding through till 2nd or 3rd week of flower and then start feeding through the roots for obvious reasons. You will actually use less nutrients foliar feeding. For example, I might be able to foliar 35- 4ft plants with 1 gallon of nutrient cocktail but that one gallon might only root drench 2 plants.

If you want to know how to make any of these KNF inputs, simply type abbreviation into YouTube with Chris Trumps name. Example (FAA Chris Trump) or (IMO Chris Trump). Chris Trump is a top leader in the KNF world and has been gracious enough to make videos on how to make all this stuff and post it online for free.
 
GreenFlexTiger420

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Have any pics of a grow really interesting the knf stuff don't see it alot
 
Autoflowerak

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Have any pics of a grow really interesting the knf stuff don't see it alot
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Most everything from the last year has been 100% KNF grown. And yeah, it’s still in its infantile stage. There is lots of information on how to make the inputs but not a lot of information on how to use them properly. That’s why I put up this post, to help connect the dots for people.
 
BillFarthing

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I did KNF for quite a while. The smell of baby diapers from the ferments made me quit. Chris Trump is also a GigaChad. lol.

If you are on a budget or the DIY type, KNF works great. The yields won't be guaranteed, but it will smell and taste loud.
 
Autoflowerak

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I did KNF for quite a while. The smell of baby diapers from the ferments made me quit. Chris Trump is also a GigaChad. lol.

If you are on a budget or the DIY type, KNF works great. The yields won't be guaranteed, but it will smell and taste loud.
I’m curious, what input you made that smelled like baby poo? Because I personally make every input and not a single one smells bad. KNF fermentation’s are done with osmotic pressure through sugar and it isn’t an anaerobic process therefore no smell. Even with my fermented fish. So I’m pretty sure you might have been doing something incorrectly or maybe you were doing some Jadam inputs which actually use anaerobic fermentations and can have terrible smells.

If something doesn’t smell right, something must have been done wrong, because with KNF, your nose knows. The fear of smells should never hold someone back from starting this grow style.

Cheers
 
BillFarthing

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It was mostly FPE's. Ever done comfrey? Pewzus.
 
Autoflowerak

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It was mostly FPE's. Ever done comfrey? Pewzus.
Alright, that makes sense. FPE isn’t KNF. It’s definitely a natural farming input but not KNF. In KNF the equivalent of an FPE is an FPJ, except there is no water only sugar and plant material. When you add water it makes it an anaerobic ferment and it’s going to smell. And yes, we grow lots of comfrey and I make it into an FPJ, which has no smell or a classic comfrey tea (aka FPE or JLF) which stinks like shit. One thing I’ve noticed about comfrey FPJ is it’s starts to turn alcoholic smelling after 6 months in the fridge when I normally get a year out of other stuff.

Anyway, I know why you mean about the bad smells, but that’s not coming from any KNF inputs. That’ll be the Jadam camp.
Cheers
 
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